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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    Donít know if it counts. But Iím 6 years into a LSA conversion. But Iím blaming COVID.
    Bwhahaha Good excuse mate.

    Sometimes Life just gets in the way, plus time and money. I get it.

    What car you putting the LSA in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 46Crab View Post
    Bwhahaha Good excuse mate.

    Sometimes Life just gets in the way, plus time and money. I get it.

    What car you putting the LSA in?
    93 VR BT1 [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210811/346964373f7548062b8c1edace291bbf.jpg[/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    93 VR BT1 [IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20210811/346964373f7548062b8c1edace291bbf.jpg[/IMG]
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    Looks very neat mate.
    The purists are not going to like the LS in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 46Crab View Post
    Looks very neat mate.
    The purists are not going to like the LS in it.
    Brought it as a roller, back when they were cheap and meant nothing. So I was obligated.

    Genuine 85k on the clock. Iím more spewing that I binned the interior. Hahah

    It should be a good thing I hope, itís got one of Marks Hq368ís t400ís in also

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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    Donít know if it counts. But Iím 6 years into a LSA conversion. But Iím blaming COVID.
    Certainly counts.

    6 years in. Whatís done? What more to do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by cava454 View Post
    Brought it as a roller, back when they were cheap and meant nothing. So I was obligated.

    Genuine 85k on the clock. Iím more spewing that I binned the interior. Hahah

    It should be a good thing I hope, itís got one of Marks Hq368ís t400ís in also
    Sounds like it will go very well mate.
    Iíll keep an eye out for it at some car meets when you get it going.

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    Still love angry n/a they're just a nightmare to keep registered in Sydney after major crackdown on inspection stations last year.

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    Turbos are fine, all woosh woosh, pop,pop. The hair dryer in the zorst just destroys all the old school hot V8 sound. I'd go blower first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedTaxi View Post
    Turbos are fine, all woosh woosh, pop,pop. The hair dryer in the zorst just destroys all the old school hot V8 sound. I'd go blower first.
    Nothing more un-tough car sounding than that ppppwwzzzz zz zzz sound of a blowoff valve
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedTaxi View Post
    Turbos are fine, all woosh woosh, pop,pop. The hair dryer in the zorst just destroys all the old school hot V8 sound. I'd go blower first.
    double dragon
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    I've thought...lockdown, let's put Air Con the Buick...which has turned into, yank the engine and trans and fix the frame mount issue I've had for years, oh and add a new front runner system, clean up the engine bay, respray the engine bay, engine, trans, motor has some oil leaks out back of intake gasket so all new gaskets going in it, new plug ;gads and boots, new plug lead separators, add a new stereo and speakers / amps, replace carpet, may get seats done while at it....just for some cool air in summer
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    Quote Originally Posted by cluxford View Post
    I've thought...lockdown, let's put Air Con the Buick...which has turned into, yank the engine and trans and fix the frame mount issue I've had for years, oh and add a new front runner system, clean up the engine bay, respray the engine bay, engine, trans, motor has some oil leaks out back of intake gasket so all new gaskets going in it, new plug ;gads and boots, new plug lead separators, add a new stereo and speakers / amps, replace carpet, may get seats done while at it....just for some cool air in summer
    I think we have a winner for biggest snowballing lockdown project !


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    Quote Originally Posted by BasicQ View Post
    I think we have a winner for best snowballing lockdown project !


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    Itís up there

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    Who will be going?

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    hi
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    Yea started with brake pipes and 1 completely newly o/hauled brake system later
    Same with suspension refresh nope all new bushes and paint the suspension
    fix wipers, new switch and motor
    touch up the engine bay = out comes the chassis Doh...

    While the engines out refresh the aircon box etc new evap core , hoses and compressor

    The addiction will stop some day I`m told ...LOL

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