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    Default Re: I promised I'd post it. My 924 project (pic heavy)

    Nice! I always love seeing old cars being refurbished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SXRguyinMA View Post
    nice work so far! oh and I've got the same ring as you is yours the one with the diamond in it or just the tungsten and carbon? I wanted it for my wedding ring, but I got it as a second ring for a first anniversary gift instead


    Tungsten carbide with carbon fiber in the middle. Pretty darn sturdy thus far.

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    I've got the version with the single diamond in it, and the only issue I have is the resin over the carbon gets scratched easliy

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    Heck of a project you got going. I've worked on worse, but not by much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorsePerVita View Post
    I almost didn't see it as I was posting all my replies. Thanks! I should have a lot more progress to post this weekend, muahaha.
    Yeah, I posted the comment and there was already another page or two of posts.

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    Sweet rebuild. I can't wait till we've got enough to move out of this dinky one-bedroom apartment and into a place I can have a garage. Have to finish my degree and whatnot first *grumble grumble*.

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    Awesome rebuild! I've always been a huge 924 and 944 fan, so I can't wait to see this done!

    -Nick

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    Thanks for the support guys. I sent off the plans for the custom intake manifold I'm getting built and bought some ITBs yesterday. Waiting for them to confirm the measurements are right and send it off to get CNC'd.

    Here's the sketch of what my buddy put up in CAD:






    And here's the ITBs I just bought.
    Has the TPS, harness, rail and everything I need on them to hook up to my megasquirt. I am ecstatic. Still need to send in the head for head work and valve work etc.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/suzuk...Q5fAccessories

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorsePerVita View Post
    Not bad for a slow 2.0L van engine
    Watch it bub the 2.slows are some of the best german engineering since well.. the fourties haha. Now I must go console my poor little 8 valve you hurt her feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowman View Post
    Watch it bub the 2.slows are some of the best german engineering since well.. the fourties haha. Now I must go console my poor little 8 valve you hurt her feelings.
    I know, just kidding If I didn't like it I wouldn't be putting money into it! haha. Good stuff though! It's loud and noisy and vibrates like crazy but god it's so much easier to work on than my 944 engine.

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