i have a lead on a long block for $250 cause the heads are pretty much junk so before i put it in my car i was going to do the timing belt and all new gaskets. im gonna do as much as i can to the motor maintenance wise as i can before it goes in so that way i hopefully wont have to rip it out again too soon afterwards.
After dealing with multiple threats from campus "police" I had to move my car off campus. Apparently a non running car takes up a spot someone with a running car needs, because I don't pay to park to. AAA came and picked it up and brought it to my new "garage". I lifted the car two inches to get on the flat bed and still scraped the **** out of the rear bumper.
Its a single car 10x20 storage unit but has plenty of room to work.
I'm shopping around for a decent TIG but I'll most likely end up getting the Eastwood one because its within the budget. Also I found out that one of my roommates was the one who called me in for having parts in the dorms.
The story of this car starts in a galaxy far away and probably not interesting to anyone. It was born in Japan, sold in USA, been to Canada and later shipped to Russia. From there it traveled to Germany to hit the "green hell". It has been through many stages and transitions of identity crisis...
picked me up another chassis. $600 and it runs, mostly!
Still have the ej20g, gearbox, RobTune and iWire harness, stance coilovers (I had just bought to replace my godspeed crap) and lots of other parts... so here we go again!
From the ashes, she will rise!
past build for...
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ID Vehicle: To simplify repairs/fixes/etc I'd love to know the cars history.
Main focus: handling, functionality, reliability.
End goal, yes the beaten horse "22b" exterior styling.
Technical Research (I'll post all my reading/research material links here)...
I've been browsing this forum for a bit and finally have a reason to create a journal. My name is Jess and I purchased the RS I wanted in July 2013. I had a couple opportunities to purchase a sedan RS, but I wanted to hold out for a coupe. Being that I lived in Oregon, the prices for...