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Old 11-27-2016, 12:51 PM   #81
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Charlie bit me...

So I finally go her to help me properly bleed the slave cylinder after I removed it to raise it up.

Also lowered the rear a bit more to level it out. I will try to get the weight spread to the rear a bit.
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Old 11-27-2016, 04:25 PM   #82
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Nice car man. Cover Those Coil Overs if you plan to see winter in this car. I had a beast of a time adjusting mine after 1 winter here in the mitten.
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Old 11-27-2016, 04:27 PM   #83
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Nice car man. Cover Those Coil Overs if you plan to see winter in this car. I had a beast of a time adjusting mine after 1 winter here in the mitten.
Thanks man!

Yeah it is being garaged all winter.
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Old 12-02-2016, 11:19 AM   #84
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The clutch is slipping!
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Old 12-09-2016, 06:38 AM   #86
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So I had mucho problemas trying to connect my Win 7 laptop and an XP virtual machine to the hydra. I had both versions of the software on both OS. Even though the guy who sold it to me said the Hydra was v2.6, I got a message that it was not the correct version software for the ECU firmware. I decided to connect with 2.7 and it told me it was 2.7 but a newer version of 2.7. I got connected BRIEFLY one time, and then nothing for the rest of the night. The short time I was connected it looked a little garbled and said the maps were private (locked) and the owner swears there was no password or lock on them. I suspect a bum USB to RS232 cable and will try a new one tonight.
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Old 12-09-2016, 09:56 AM   #87
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uh. shite like that is sooooooo fvcking frustrating. fvcking computers.
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You said it! Also, I am buying an ACT heavy duty clutch and lightweight flywheel and 1000cc DW injectors. I kind of need to be able to tune for those injectors....Damn USB cables.
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Old 12-10-2016, 05:32 PM   #89
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I was able to find a Hydra Nemesis version 2.5 install and that worked. Apparently that was the issue.... I tried 2.6 and 2.7 but NOOOOO it was even older. Oh well.

I hate overthinking things.
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I got the SB9-HDSS which is good for 430 torques. I wanted one that wouldn't shatter my gears like the pucked clutch would have even though I have RA wider teeth. I also risked it with the lightweight flywheel. The strut there is yet another one for the forester since I keep bending them with shenanigans. I already replaced both rears a few months ago.



Old disk was within the proper usable thickness, not sure why it slipped. Do I make too much power?? Evo 3 16G at 15 PSI...



I kinda half-dropped the trans and left the driveshaft in since it's new fluid in there. SUPER FRIGGIN EASY!



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I drove barely a few miles since snow hit in MN and already the coilovers are getting nasty.

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