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Cujo
post 24th February 2011 21:01
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There's so much little things to slow the process... But the end in out there))))






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post 24th February 2011 21:03
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have you had it running yet?


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post 24th February 2011 21:16
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QUOTE(NaanBread @ 24th February 2011 23:03) *
have you had it running yet?
I've ran 14 km from mechanic to bodyworker. I was smililing like an idiot for first 5 minutes)))) Especially changing gears made me laughing: every 10 km/h)))))
I didn't make more than 2600, and didn't feel boost.
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post 24th February 2011 21:22
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nice paint job,,,
looks well tight in the engine bay,
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post 24th February 2011 21:23
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Brillliant work this thread is ace! I dont know much russian except...


пиво, пожалуйста


Which has no relevance here!
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post 24th February 2011 22:50
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Macca, clapping.gif

Food and patrons! )))))
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post 25th February 2011 17:31
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That green does look a nice colour. thumbsup.gif
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post 25th February 2011 18:59
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told you green is nice!


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post 27th February 2011 10:54
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Very nice article and great job on the car, how does it go?

I like the vents on the bonnet, good job!

It would be nice to find a mechanic/body shop close to me to do some work on my engine and body like that.

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dj-task, illegal workshops are spreaded wide in my country because of legal one gives no benefit and quality at the same time.
Usually every auto owner has his own mechanic/body workers to trust them. And to find the only one is not so easy.
Savva is the club mechanic and one of the best speciallist in italial cars in Belarus.
I can say that I've found my bodyworker by chance and he is very good as you can see smile.gif
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post 1st March 2011 21:26
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PART 14. Bodywork is finished.

I'm sorry for just a few photos: no time, no light.

Just some photos:





Hood and black headlights are crazy lovely %)


Label from 75/164:


Smoke like a diesel)))


Fog lamps installed behind the grill and I like it. Maybe I'll move it closer...








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post 1st March 2011 21:37
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That exhaust bore looks a little on the small side. I take it you're eventually planning on fitting a proper 3" system right from the turbo back to that bad boy? biggrin.gif


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post 1st March 2011 22:19
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QUOTE(GialloEvo94 @ 1st March 2011 23:37) *
That exhaust bore looks a little on the small side. I take it you're eventually planning on fitting a proper 3" system right from the turbo back to that bad boy? biggrin.gif

Nine!

I love this sound. It sounds like silence))))
I hear just howl from turbo and engine. Exhaust keeps silence.

I have good music and It's every day car - I don't need haedache.

I've leave diesel exhaust wihtout catalyst. I hope it wont suffocate the engine.
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post 2nd March 2011 20:39
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post 4th March 2011 18:24
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post 4th March 2011 18:34
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Are you planing to make a good video how the beast goes? smile.gif
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post 4th March 2011 19:59
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Sure! But later. Now I have some trubles with "steering loader" (I don't know how il calls in english), dropping of antifreeze, and it works on 4 cylinders of 5. Sometimes, when fifth cylinder turns on it jump ahead and really scary me.
As I said, I have 6-gearbox of 166 2.5v6 and 60 miles per hour is 3400 - it's crazy and laughtly))))

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post 4th March 2011 21:21
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power steering.
it looks for me that a supplying pipe is not big enough an does not allow enough flow for the steering pump. Its just a guess which should be checked... But I have no better idea so far what really causes power steering failure
in fact I used return pipe as supply for the pump since 145 has a PS tank is in a very different place than in a coupe...
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post 9th March 2011 21:28
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PART 15. Adjusting.

Now turbostool is on the bugs fixing. This is almost last step before free driving smile.gif

It is deinstalled 166's 6-gears gearbox with custom back cover:


Now it will be original coupe's gearbox with visco!


Fuel tank, and you can see 49 mm diesel exhaust.


Coupe's 59 mm exhaust:


I hope it will not suffer the engine))))

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post 26th March 2011 22:05
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While my friend is thinking how to to make power steering working well...


I've got to think about springs.
I've changed front springs and front turns higher than back. Rear springs are fresh and KYB as front. All are stock for 1.9jtd.

1.9jtd is 100-110 kg by ePer. 20vt - 130. I cannot understand why front turns higher?..

Now I have some ways:
1) to instal spacers on rear spring;
2) to cut new KYB stock front springs
3) to bye -30mm Eibach or something else springs (there is problem to choose: TS, jtd or...)

I don't need be fast through corners. Now I'm glad with comfort and stability on the highway. I don't like different and high clearance. It should be more ugly on 16" disks.
And I have a problem with tyres which rubs rear archs... That's why I fear lower springs.

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