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Maybe if you keep doing that you will find a set of Zuff's for $20.00?!
Well, Your Geniusitudeness... a set DID just sell there for quite the handsome discount. New. Never mounted.

Problem was... sigh... they were something like 8s and 9s, for a Carrera.

I'm not delusional enough to think that's the way it's gonna happen (it realistically ain't gonna happen, in any way lol).

It'd be funny to post a WTB for them, kinda like that recent post looking for RL8 headers FS... with little exception (there was that 1 set here the other day) - not happenin.
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All right you two, don't make me pull the car over ...
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Is that what the dude with the boss, brown 930 has on his car? If so, wow, do they look sharp (have seen pics of them on other cars, but not too many on Turbos)! If I had the coin, I would love to get a set of those (as would most people, I assume).
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All right you two, don't make me pull the car over ...
You're not ready for all this!!!
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are we there yet?!?!?
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You're not ready for all this!!!
Ya know, I'm about to embark on some more mods, moving my car even farther from stock.
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toooooooooootal theadjack altert!

Miguel's chocolate rocket runs Lindsey's, while I think FRANK'S silver bullet runs Zuchs.

The Zuchs have the soft lips (errrrrrrr) like Fuchs, vs. Lindsey's traditional beaded lip. And the Lindsey's have the barrel taper down to a barrel taper down to the Fuch center, the Zuchs solution is more elegant. You can see the diffrences in the pics if you look closely enough.

Because - yes - I AM a picture frickin HOOOOR:











They're both certainly pretty damn tits. Zuchs IMO are like 6sets of tits, lined up for one perpetual MOTORBOAT... BBBBBBbbbbbbbbbbBBBBBBBBBBbbbbbb.

Subtle dorky differences, but yeah - pretty much the cat's ass IMO. Some day. Sigh...
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Spalding! Get your foot off the boat!!!
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Ya know, I'm about to embark on some more mods, moving my car even farther from stock.
Don't believe everything Paul says - my car is far from stock, and I'm a huge fan of non-stock engines and so forth. I just like yankin Paul's chain (not that "chain") about certain "mods"!

Nice pics, Paul (and motorboat imagery)!
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Yup, the first PM arrived in about half that time. Thanks to all who responded - wish I had one for each of you.
I sold some used h4's in 5 minutes on the classifieds section the other day and used that money for part of the adjustable wur selling price. Good parts go pretty instantly these days. Yeah you have to be quick, too bad I'm not getting any work done
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So what did the WUR sell for?
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I sold some used h4's in 5 minutes on the classifieds section the other day and used that money for part of the adjustable wur selling price. Good parts go pretty instantly these days. Yeah you have to be quick, too bad I'm not getting any work done
Ha! Brando, it looks like your new turbo might have added a little boost to your computing speeds, too!
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Could someone post some pics of the top side and bottom side of a BL WUR? I'd love to see any visual mods (if any) that are made to the WUR housing. Thanks!
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I have read the classifieds here just about every day for as long as I can remember, I don't expect to ever get a good deal on anything desirable and aftermarket. The good stuff disapears pretty quick.

WTB adds for small odds and ends are great though. I have made some great and easy scores with these.
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Ha! Brando, it looks like your new turbo might have added a little boost to your computing speeds, too!
Maybe that's it.
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Hope nobody was trying to keep this a secret:
Porsche 930 911 Turbo WUR Adjustable Warm Up Regulator 054 | eBay
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Porsche 930 911 Turbo WUR Adjustable Warm Up Regulator 054 | eBay
That looks to have 1/3 of the adjustments that the BL modified units have, and I see that the boost signal nipple is bent down quite a bit (who knows if it is now cracked at the base).
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That is not a Leask WUR.
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