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  • Supadave
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    20190405_092624 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    So quick up date:

    Re-wiring the car again and installing a ECU Master PMU 16. This will eliminate all the relays and fuses and make the wiring a lot cleaner. Once the wiring is complete the intake to the blower and the exhaust will be fabricated. Also changing the fuel lines under the hood to tubing for a cleaner and safer install.

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  • TeXJ
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    My dream is an e30 with a LS3

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  • FuzzyWuzzy
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    Welp, I'm pretty much sold on a LS swap after reading this thread.

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  • The Dark Side of Will
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    Those buttons are awesome!

    The "Front Diff Lock" and "Rear Diff Lock" are exactly what I need for my AMC Eagle project.

    https://billetautomotivebuttons.com/

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  • Supadave
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    Originally posted by JGood View Post
    Nice! How is the button panel attached to the dash?
    I glued it inside the frame (item 5). It has a recessed face

    http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=62_0110

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  • JGood
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    Nice! How is the button panel attached to the dash?

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  • rzerob
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    Great job. Subscribed.

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  • TeXJ
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    great job!

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  • Elysian
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    That looks great.

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  • Supadave
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    Worked on the button panel last night. Found a piece of abs plastic and cut it to fit where the OBC went.

    20190325_202308 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    20190325_203514 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    20190325_203934 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

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  • wworm
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    I hope to see this on the 1320 youtube channel lol

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  • Supadave
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    Originally posted by Nick_08 View Post
    Superb build so far. Glad to see you're taking your time and doing things right the first time. Those welds were haggard AF ^. Wish I would have been following the build up to this point could have chimed in a few times .

    Keep up with your build progress...sub'd :up:
    Thanks

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  • Nick_08
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    Superb build so far. Glad to see you're taking your time and doing things right the first time. Those welds were haggard AF ^. Wish I would have been following the build up to this point could have chimed in a few times .

    Keep up with your build progress...sub'd :up:

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  • Supadave
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    Well doesn't look like I'm going to make TX2k:(. The AN fittings a had welded to the blower lid started leaking. The same shop did the same crappy welding job on the heat exchanger inside the blower lid. I had this work done about 4 months ago and the shop would not stand by their work. I blame myself for 1. accepting the shit work 2. For not looking the shop up.

    Anyway I found a awesome shop in Houston, Speed Lab Creations. I had those guys finish the work on the blower lid. Man what difference. I'm going to have these guys build my exhaust for me to. Tried looking around for other speed shops but everybody is booked because of TX2K. They will be able take my E30 after the event. Oh well no sense in rushing now.

    20190228_155316 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    20190228_181126 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    20190228_181257 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

    20190228_182118 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

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  • Supadave
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    Hooked up the gear indicator.

    20190210_012326 by Supa Khan, on Flickr
    20190210_012340 by Supa Khan, on Flickr

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