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You sux azz, Norm; Paul's well-chewed-glob-of-beef jerkey-lookin' AZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!

You too, Mr. 70'sBush . . . just because!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You sux azz, Norm; Paul's well-chewed-glob-of-beef jerkey-lookin' AZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!

You too, Mr. 70'sBush . . . just because!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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And you, Mr. Ginormous Bangin' Ballzzzz Car On the Way, you are the king of Paul's AZZZZZZZ SUCKAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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And you, Mr. Ginormous Bangin' Ballzzzz Car On the Way, you are the king of Paul's AZZZZZZZ SUCKAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It's almost done! I was supposed to fly out to AZ next weekend but I'm holding off another couple of weeks.

I think it's time for a new plate. I was thinking "BAD930".

I can drop these two pics and I don't think Chris @ TK will mind:





- Chris
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Wow, Chris that is a tight turbo and WG setup. Dual exit exhaust, I assume?

Looking fwd to seeing more pics.
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It's almost done! I was supposed to fly out to AZ next weekend but I'm holding off another couple of weeks.

I think it's time for a new plate. I was thinking "BAD930".

I can drop these two pics and I don't think Chris @ TK will mind:





- Chris
Now that is how 930 headers SHOULD BE built! Form does follow function.
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Now that is how 930 headers SHOULD BE built! Form does follow function.
And.... Heat. I am fine without A/C but I won't drive my car in the cold months without heat. It's a must-have for me.

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Wow, Chris that is a tight turbo and WG setup. Dual exit exhaust, I assume?

Looking fwd to seeing more pics.
Actually it will be a big single exit exhaust on the right side. The wastegates will have their own exhaust for the left valance exit. From the rear it car it will appear to have a dual exhaust to those who do not know.

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now that is just too beautiful to put back in the car. I am thinking livingroom art!

dang all these pics keep raising the bar for my project.

I am not sure I'll be worthy.

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I like the historic plate on the 930, new car owners still feel threatened, challenged by the 930 and I like to remind people it is a old car that they feel they need to measure with.
And there is something special about your wife working on the 930.
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^^^ I just held you wife up as one of the especially loving variety. T'was the proverbial lead balloon.
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Actually it will be a big single exit exhaust on the right side. The wastegates will have their own exhaust for the left valance exit. From the rear it car it will appear to have a dual exhaust to those who do not know.

- Chris.
Which is what I meant .

It will be awesome!!!!
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It's almost done! I was supposed to fly out to AZ next weekend but I'm holding off another couple of weeks.

I think it's time for a new plate. I was thinking "BAD930".

- Chris
Chris - aka Hamsammich930Tool, love the engine pics and the plate idea (don't think "BadMothaFuker" would fly here in TexASS). I'll have to get a ride in that thing, thank you very much (different "ride" than Paul likes to give to the fellas' )!!

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And.... Heat. I am fine without A/C but I won't drive my car in the cold months without heat. It's a must-have for me.

- Chris.
Only pooftie poofter ponces need heat here in North TexASS, bro! I have yet to run the heat in any car of mine this "winter" ("winter" used very loosely, like Paul, buttofcourse)!!! I guess my manly manliness keeps me warm and toasty (different than Paul keeping toasting via the manliness of others)!!!

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Trying to clean up some parts before putting the motor back in.
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^^^

And the kitchen is the best place to do it, too! I like the way you think, Bushmaster!
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Only pooftie poofter ponces need heat here in North TexASS

Real men from Texas don't need A/C but in Ronknees case it goes well with the DC
You know I kid Ronnie, the fact you're from TaxASS and say "pooftie poofter ponce" makes you that much more hilarious.
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And the kitchen is the best place to do it, too! I like the way you think, Bushmaster!
The wife did catch me sanding the v/c in the house last night. Needless to say it was a early night.
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The wife did catch me sanding the v/c in the house last night. Needless to say it was a early night.
You know... I assembled a motor in our kitchen once and my wife thought I was an idiot. I thought it was smart as hell since I could watch TV and stay warm from the winter. Then, I tried using our kitchen oven once to powdercoat a part. My wife was NOT happy about that one... What's wrong with them?!!?

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My kitchen and living room are parts storage facilities. My breakfast room is a parts-cleaning station. I just put four rim centers through the dishwasher ( I don't recommend it, it discolored the aluminum and I had to rebuff and polish ) . I'm in North Texas . But I'm a wimp. I use a space heater.
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Yeah, I I've learned that lesson the hard way as well with the oven. I just installed that monster Thermador six burner duel oven that's in my v/c pic. I kept our old one for automotive use.
Stating the obvious here but, your motor is an absolute thing of beauty. Totally inspires me keep polishing away on mine.
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