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Old 05-16-2017, 11:17 PM   #91 (permalink)
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No problem. I read a post about someone buying some copper crush washers from a parts store, but they had to take a dremmel and make the hole bigger.
They have worked for me in the past. They have a variety kit too that come with many sizes. What it sounds like to me is you need to go AN. No more washers for me

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Old 05-16-2017, 11:20 PM   #92 (permalink)
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No problem. I read a post about someone buying some copper crush washers from a parts store, but they had to take a dremmel and make the hole bigger.
That'll happen if you don't know the exact size you need.

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Hell I'm sitting here debating dropping the better part of a grand on timing belt kits for both the Stealth and the Sienna

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Old 05-16-2017, 11:22 PM   #93 (permalink)
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That'll happen if you don't know the exact size you need.



STFU, I just dropped 700 on shit for a bullshit car!!!
Lmao bull shit car? That's your monster. I have to work on the damn family car. That's more stress than I care to have.

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Old 05-16-2017, 11:35 PM   #94 (permalink)
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I just bought some t-bolt clamps.

The CX racing pre turbo intake pipes don't have the best fitment...
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Old 05-16-2017, 11:48 PM   #95 (permalink)
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I just bought some t-bolt clamps.

The CX racing pre turbo intake pipes don't have the best fitment...
Haha no shit! You'll love the t bolts, they'll tighten up
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Haha no shit! You'll love the t bolts, they'll tighten up
I bought a pack of 8-1.7 to 2.01 inch

I think that should do it. Says it works for 1.5in ID hoses.
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Yes, they should work.
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I also bought the 3SX solid shifter bushings. I installed the 2 brass ones that connect to the linkage for the trasnsmission.

I still have a little bit of up and down play in the shifter. No side to side play at all. I'm wondering if need to tighten the cable that's at the shifter?

Still need to install the 4 solid bushing for the base. Even though my shifter base doesn't move at all.
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Buy my build or car. Save yourself tons of money and time.
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I'll have a brand new bosch 4.9 wideband sensor for sale new...I bought a second one and it's the wrong connector. It will work for AEM wideband ect.

I went ahead and ordered a new 4.9 connector for the PLX wideband.

Copper crush washers and t-bolt clamps should be here tomorrow. I'll have to get to work fixing the fuel filter leak and changing the hose clamps to t-bolt clamps.
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