99 RBP Coupe
NICE ! How much longer till your running?
I am a meat cutter so I know it. To top it all off we are in contract negotiations right now and, among other bullshit things, they want to cut our sick pay rate down to the state minimum... during a pandemic... when we have massive support from the public... The CEO sends thank you emails out every other week though and that makes all the differenceTry having a grocery store.
Some of us haven't had a day off in a month.
Thanks disgusting hoarding people.
I didn't actually want the added stiffness up front, I just liked the matching set front and rear and thought it looked good so I'm fine with leaving it off just disappointed since I spent so much time restoring it and polishing the aluminum was not easySo find a whiteline one like Bucky? I used to rock both, LOL, the good old days
I don't think different subframes will make a difference unless they have the spacer like in a Forester and in that case you could just space the rear mount of the brace and probably keep the Forester FCARI just went thru the whole build. wow. i applaud the persistence. thanks for shedding light on the cusco underbrace. After installing mine, I knew something was wonky because there was a binding sound but I blamed it on worn bushings. I put in the whiteline anti lift bushings and new control arm bushings and there is still some binding. It doesnt help that I dont know whatever front subrame is on my car, but I assume it is from the donor 02 WRX that my EJ205 came from.
I would have just used an extractor if I knew how loose they wereMy bolts were pan allen head screws and the hole was filled with a softer metal that hardened. I agree they are not on their tight.
I think we all know the feeling. As they say sometimes its hard to see the forest through the trees. It's easy to forget what you've already accomplished and focus on the tiny things that are wrong. But like I mean look at it. The car's rad and you've done heaps of work on it so just remember that.It just gets overwhelming sometimes all these little things
Thanks for the kind words and following for years? You poor thing. I'm trying to see all the small problems as opportunity for small victories that keep me motivatedI think we all know the feeling. As they say sometimes its hard to see the forest through the trees. It's easy to forget what you've already accomplished and focus on the tiny things that are wrong. But like I mean look at it. The car's rad and you've done heaps of work on it so just remember that.
Just wanted to say I've been following this build for years and I love it. Keep up the good work mate, we're all rooting for you (you may need to look up the saying as it might be just an Australian thing).