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Spent the night with a dirty tranny...




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Trapped the damn rat that had begun pooping under my 911...
You know the rule (#32), pics or it didn't happen...
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Spent the night with a dirty tranny...



Dirty little vixen............


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This looks fantastic.
Thanks guys, they were some generic brand called Invictus on eBay, looked like a closeout. Regardless I always though the carbon Kevlar would look great again the burgundy interior and set off the whole vintage look

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Clean the heads prior to machining.







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Wow - you're moving fast, JJ! Engine out and heads off already!
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Now that the engine and trans are out I moved onto cleaning the engine bay. Took the extra bits out to maximize access then cleaned and washed all of the engine bay areas.
The heater boxes and other parts will all be reconditioned before getting re-installed. Next job is the glue and a new sound pad





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What did you do to your 911 today?





I did some routing of the spark plug wires and some more cleaning if the engine bay. Iím waiting in the engine tins to come back from the powder coated and a few more other things and then Iíll be ready to put it back in.

Itís amazing how slow things churn when you have 2 children under the age of 5!







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Added fender liners to 3 of the 4 fenders (one to go) on the 914 from 914 Rubber. 914s have many of the same dirt collection and rust areas as 911s. Only $120 with mounting brackets. If we get enough 911 owners contacting 914 Rubber, maybe they will make some affordable liners for 911s.
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Got a good chunk of the worst idea ever knocked out
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Test fit some things:

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Got a good chunk of the worst idea ever knocked out
Seems more like the best idea ever!
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re-assembled front suspension

Before





After with new powder coating, camber plate bushings, camber plate bolts , washers, and plates, new inserts, insert bushings, new turbo tie rods, new Tarett anti-sway bar, new brake lines and hardware, new rubber bumpers for fuel pump holder, new fuel lines and clamps, old Chrysler strut dust cover; waiting for hubs, calipers and tock guards




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New bumper!
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Is your hood fg or cf? Looks nice as does your bumper - I'm having a cf hood made currently and hope to install next week.
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I removed the engine seal while Iím waiting for the tins to come back from the powder coater...








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