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Old 05-03-2019, 02:58 AM   #451
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Just tell um you rino lined, then painted it.

Much tuffer that way.
Hahaha yeah! I went out and checked on it now, been sitting since last night, and it honestly seems to have cured alright and smoothed out a small bit. I'll get pics later today

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Old 05-03-2019, 01:02 PM   #452
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Some wrap progress thanks to my girlfriend. I'm actually really happy, and surprised how well the grille turned out.




Aaand some more pics of the paint. Its fine. I'm happy with it. Is it good? No. But its okay enough



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Old 05-05-2019, 12:14 PM   #453
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Slow progress today but I got the non ABS brake lines out of my donor. Might need some tweaking but should work

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Got some stuff done today. Decided to use the one from the Outback since it seemed like an upgrade from the non abs one, but maybe I'm wrong. Either way, painted it satin black, to make some change from the otherwise gloss engine bay. Threw on the non abs master cyl after a nice clean.





Then put the brake lines back in, and realised I couldn't use the old divider thingy. Luckily the one from the parts car bolted right up and fit the brake lines that were in the car already.








Freshly painted and cleaned stuff looking too good for this turd





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Some of the harness back into the bay






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"Then put the brake lines back in, and realised I couldn't use the old divider thingy. Luckily the one from the parts car bolted right up and fit the brake lines that were in the car already."


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"Then put the brake lines back in, and realised I couldn't use the old divider thingy. Luckily the one from the parts car bolted right up and fit the brake lines that were in the car already."





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The old one is a single diaphragm, the other is a dual-diaphragm. The single produces less pressure and is good for all drum (older cars of course) and caliper/drum. Not having the ABS pump helps too. I use them on all my builds where I remove ABS. Also a small weight savings.

The newer one will provide more brake pressure. You probably won't even notice though, it's just in reference to the hydraulic pressure you can achieve.
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The old one is a single diaphragm, the other is a dual-diaphragm. The single produces less pressure and is good for all drum (older cars of course) and caliper/drum. Not having the ABS pump helps too. I use them on all my builds where I remove ABS. Also a small weight savings.

The newer one will provide more brake pressure. You probably won't even notice though, it's just in reference to the hydraulic pressure you can achieve.
Sooo did I make a bad decicion? Or does it really matter?




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