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    #61
    Originally posted by jeenyus View Post
    fuckin' cool mate.
    Thanks!

    Originally posted by 968Reckless View Post
    Grinding all that seam sealer is super fun!
    No bueno but gotta mold this into a nice daily :)

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    Originally posted by E30 Wagen View Post
    wow, those pistons came out nice
    Just finished all of them and ready for assembly!



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      #62
      Finally got all the zinc bolts organized and started the assembly process. Looking a tad bit blingy but to my liking.


      Oil filter housing vapor honed

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        #63
        Originally posted by jinoguy View Post
        Suspension set up is the full Turner motorsport J stock.
        Custom valved bilsteins with mono ball mounts
        Did you buy these second hand and how long ago? All the new shocks are crimped and not serviceable...
        Zach@Zakspeed.us

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          #64
          Bought these brand new from turner awhile ago. I believe my friend and I bought the last sets from what I remember. Only put 5k on them.

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            #65
            Awesome build. I'm in Campbell so maybe I'll see this car zooming around some day

            You'll probably need an oil cooler with that supercharger, you planning on running a cap with ports?
            Last edited by pandaboo911; 09-19-2019, 02:34 AM.

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              #66
              Originally posted by jinoguy View Post
              Bought these brand new from turner awhile ago. I believe my friend and I bought the last sets from what I remember. Only put 5k on them.
              Ah, it’s the end of an erra for getting entry level NEW Bilsteins valved. :(
              Zach@Zakspeed.us

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                #67
                Originally posted by pandaboo911 View Post
                Awesome build. I'm in Campbell so maybe I'll see this car zooming around some day

                You'll probably need an oil cooler with that supercharger, you planning on running a cap with ports?
                Thank you! My friend did the same set-up without a cooler for many years and had no issues (tracked, drag, dailyd and road trips). Not one hiccup! What do you mean in regards of cap or ports?
                Last edited by jinoguy; 10-04-2019, 09:15 PM.

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                  #68
                  Been super busy with the wife, kids, work ,etc. Been lucky enough to get an hour here and there for the e30 but its coming along quite well.
                  Finding a factory rebuild kit for the power steering pump was a pain in the ass. Easy to find one for a ZF pump but not the LUK 110 psi. Thankfully the dealer was able to find a set from Germany but cost aint cheap :(
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                  All parts vapor honed, new pressed seals, gaskets and o-rings.
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                    #69
                    I wanted to rebuild the oil pump and take extra security measures. Achilles updated shaft, nut and gear,
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                      #70
                      Reinstalled the main caps and started measuring for correct bearing sizes.
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                      Squirt squirt! Now for the goodies to be installed!
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                      Factory bearings and ARP mains in!
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                        #71
                        You should pull the oil pump bolt to the left, IE #7 Click image for larger version

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                          #72
                          Thanks! Good thing I got more wire.

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