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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/5 Annual INspection Fun

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Have any suggestions for best chip combo for stock B34?? Will you be burning any??

If you use a chip are you stuck with 91+ octane?
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/5 Annual INspection Fun

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tschultz wrote:Have any suggestions for best chip combo for stock B34?? Will you be burning any??

If you use a chip are you stuck with 91+ octane?
I will be burning some probably, so far the one that feels the most fun is the 061. Which should be able to be burned to a 059. However I have no dyno to proves its better over Conforti or MarkD, so I need to get it on a dyno and see. Turner is very punch way better for a daily. I was mostly thinking burning 10:1 tunes since the 8:1 market has quite good options and isn't empty.

With 8:1, I have run 89 with chips never had an issue. However I try to stick to 93, but you can get away with 89. If you have higher compression you will have to run 91 or 93.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/9 Another Crisis to drive me insa

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I went to Austin car did fine for most part. Coolant level light freaked me out on return trip. I replaced the sensor and now have no issues. Fuck URO.

So once that was fixed I was happy, however I had a 60 mile round trip to work the next day for a install of a box. It drove minty on the way up, mileage went up as well. Then it hit me with a curveball on the way home misfired on start up and cutting out at 3.5k-4k, it cleared up. I cruised home at 80 in fear, after it cleared up. Changed ECU and coil, and its running better. However under high load still misfiring sometimes, could be incorrectly gaped plugs I guess. I verified gaps on install and they came pregapped. It didn't misfire on the entire trip to Austin so thats unlikely.

I did the basic vacuum leaks checks and so forth. Due to it being load based I am suspecting fuel based. I don't really know. This is quite annoying and really bugging me. It could be fuel pump is starting to die maybe or clogged filter. Also thinking bad gas, from a sketchy chevron I filled up at maybe. Idk. I am going to wait and see if it clears up if its due to bad gas or something, I have my doubts.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/9 Another Crisis to drive me insa

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I went to Austin car did fine for most part. Coolant level light freaked me out on return trip. I replaced the sensor and now have no issues. Fuck URO.

ImageAustin Trip by samleisey, on Flickr

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The drive up was great. However return trip was pretty miserable with trans flying around in the trunk spilling gear oil, fire extinguisher mount failing and coolant level light blaring at me making me worry. Got a free radiator though, saw grandparents and girlfriend and I went on another trip so that was a positive.

So once that was fixed I was happy, however I had a 60 mile round trip to work the next day for a install of a box. It drove minty on the way up, mileage went up as well. Then it hit me with a curveball on the way home misfired on start up and cutting out at 3.5k-4k, it cleared up. I cruised home at 80 in fear, after it cleared up. Changed ECU and coil, and its running better. However under high load still misfiring sometimes, could be incorrectly gaped plugs I guess. I verified gaps on install and they came pregapped. It didn't misfire on the entire trip to Austin so thats unlikely.

I did the basic vacuum leaks checks and so forth. Due to it being load based I am suspecting fuel based. I don't really know. This is quite annoying and really bugging me. It could be fuel pump is starting to die maybe or clogged filter. Also thinking bad gas, from a sketchy chevron I filled up at maybe. Idk. I am going to wait and see if it clears up if its due to bad gas or something, I have my doubts.



*** Just realized that gear oil did indeed spill all over my trunk which would drain to the fuel pump connectors. Wondering if they got covered in gear oil.

*****lift pump is working whether or not it seeped into gas tank is unknown, a lot of residue around that area.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/10 Fixed

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It was one of two things that fixed, it. I had a vaccum leak and plugs gaped to wide. I gapped it to what it said here on the forum vs. what I usually do which is .027, I gaped them to .032 which is too big. So I threw some used Bosch's in to test. I also had a small vacuum leak, had no hose clamp on the brake booster hose. Interestingly enough my pedal feels firm now instead of spongy so pretty sure that was leaking. Probably the best any m30 has been running in my car. Probably going to put the 061 back in, smoother idle and the 6600 rpm redline is spooky on stock m30. Monowiper is also reinstalled.

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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/10 Vaccum Leak and Plug Gaps

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Acquired some genuine # matching 528e driver floor/rocker repair from Sherman. Should be getting started on that when Dad's car is done from paint.
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Also got a new Aux fan in, so now I have reliable cold A/C !! For my girlfriend and guest
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Ziptie is for speed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/13 A/C and Rocker Panels

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There is a lot to be said for pushing the car down the freeway at 80 to find the problem. Trusting the car not to eat it and trusting your skills to cobble it home if necessary- balls!
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/13 A/C and Rocker Panels

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Bonsaibacker wrote:There is a lot to be said for pushing the car down the freeway at 80 to find the problem. Trusting the car not to eat it and trusting your skills to cobble it home if necessary- balls!
Always got Triple AAA, and might as well get as far as you can home.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/13 A/C and Rocker Panels

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A/C is pretty fucking cold. Very happy with how well its cooling in Houston Traffic now, airduster and a good aux fan made a huge difference. I was genuinely flabbergasted yesterday, sitting there the compressor was cycling. Never seen that before. Usually its on 24/7 trying to cool the car down with no rest.

Feel kind've stupid for running around with the B10 chip in a stock 8:1, but its running really smooth and crisp throttle response torquing around town. Just regular Hack mechanic things.

Also about to pull the trigger on a spare dogleg. It will be my biggest purchase ever, but it's a good deal for what it is. So I will feel more comfortable pushing the car and driving it. I did rebuild that tranny and it's been going almost a 1.5 years. It's been tracked and drifted. However still just worried as they are a more fragile then the OD's. Since it is a daily will need something I can swap in pretty quick.

Not sure why everyone is so scared to replace bearing in them :dunno: much easier to take apart then the G265 OD.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/13 A/C and Rocker Panels

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I had a hunch that the 1:1 on both the dogleg and G262 4 speed must be the same gears, and maybe even input shaft. RealOEM only has those numbers in sense of gear repair kits. Not individually so I could only verify by getting the parts in my hand.

The dogleg and 4 speed use same front bearings, same bearing in the input shaft as well as same front case as a G262. They're also both 1:1 in same place, so you would think the engineers would reuse the gear. There was someone selling a torn apart G262 on ebay, messaged him and scored 4 syncros, input shaft, and layshaft for $180 from a "30K mile transmission". It was a gamble, but if it worked I had a chance at repairing this other dogleg. I have located a buddy with a 50 ton press, to press the gears off the layshaft.

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So in theory I can fix the 1982 dogleg. It's obviously not a easy feat, but possible now. With how low I paid for this transmission I should still be in green after I replace whatever bearings I need to. This will be quite a project though. It's been apart and moved around so much, hopefully still got all the pieces it needs. Fuck it though, its already trashed can't make it worse might as well try to fix it.


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So this with floor repair are the next big projects in the saga
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/26 Parts for Dogleg Sourced

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Found original ad. Just hit me I've owned this car for 5 1/2 years, so that means it has occupied 25%ish of my life. Wild.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 7/26 Parts for Dogleg Sourced

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Another Engine Pull debacle, there will be general pics of the fun after this tech tip.

On headers where it's really tight and you have a nut that takes a 1/6th of a turn with a wrench that you already broke loose. Use one of these bad boys:

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Gives you just enough leverage to take it off and lets you actually turn it more than a nano-meter at a time.



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Harness all Disconnected

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R.I.P another A/C belt

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Power Steering Pump dangling by the lines

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Header clearance is a yikes....

Decided to use the block drain this time, what a experience that was.


First thing is, coolant really comes out of this one. It is quite fast.
I developed a ingenious drainage system, the Egyptians would've been envious of my irrigation skills.

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Until well gravity kicked in and top pan fell.

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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/11 Engine Installation Fun

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Yoinked the bad girl out


Due to space constraints engine pulls are a 2 step job. So pull engine roll car back, then set it on lift. So we can squeeze cherry picker back around, to work on it elsewhere.
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Pic of it after it's out.

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Then it was stripped clean for the other motor.

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All the goodies moved over

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This right here, is why engine installs are such a bitch. Exhaust shop made it work, for servicing it is less than ideal. So first you lower engine in, low, like below studs to get header on. Then you push engine left, hold gaskets up and force header on. This is a 2 man job, I think last time I did it by myself. It was a true nightmare. Next part is jacking it back up, and getting it on passenger mount (mounts are mounted in subframe). Then you loosen left engine mount aim, it towards the slot and have someone lower engine. You should end up with something like this:

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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/11 Engine Installation Fun

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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/13 2nd Junkyard Dogleg (Story w/ p

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So two big things happened today got a extra dogleg and motor started.

I saw this car listed on FB marketplace some clown had listed it, saying he'd pull parts. He didn't reply to my messages but odly enough he replied to my girlfriend said $1250. Which was a hard pass from me. Someone actually went through the effort of tracking car down to the yard. I got the coordinates and doglegs are my version of heroin so I was on my way.

I had work off today cause I had to see G.I Specialist. So I packed the night before hoping it'd be all I need. Guy told me exhaust was cut by header.

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Anxiously I headed there, and major roadway was shut down. So that added to the anxiety of wondering whether it'd be there. I'd never been to this yard before so it was new. They had new cars on right side, and old cars on left. It was split down the middle with a fence, and in the middle of the fence there was a gate. It was open so I dodged past them lifting and moving cars didn't think much of it. I then went wrong way, I was pretty hot at this point and getting annoyed. I wasn't sure it was still there as computer lady said there were no old BMW's and it's grey market so explaining 1978 635csi is tough. I checked last quadrant and finally stumbled upon it.

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A real euro m90 dogleg e24. It had swaybars, lowering spring poly bushings, newish A/C compressor. It had quite a bit of uhhh rust

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Drivers rear floor pan was not looking pretty. Quite nerve racking since I'd be laying under it. Only LF and RR corners were supported. The other two were there, I added tires under all 4 wheels and got to work removing trans. Took first the 3 driveshaft bolts out, was easy enough. Pried it down and removed CSB so it was just hanging there. It was annoying being there, but worked around it. Then I removed slave, why e12 based cars have hard line for slave is beyond me. I bent it out of the way.

The real bear with the 4 nut design on the G265, is the top left nut. Usually I use a crows foot on that, luckily I packed the god tier BMW 17/19 wrench. The fix all. Whoever did the clutch over torqued the fuck outta of these. So crows foot was not working. Luckily 17/19 was fitting just enough to loosen it like 1/8 of a turn. However it was tight as shit, but I used cross member as lever, prying from trans tunnel against wrench and it came loose. Repeated same for top right side except using exhaust pipes as a place to pry.

Used cheater wrench on bottom ones, and top left nut was coming out with stud. Which was shitty but not the end of the world. Just pull trans back and keep working stud out.
I was then stuck here:
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I did not have as much room as I thought with the exhaust situation. So the next hour was wrestling this trans out, what made it 8x harder was whatever ape cut exhaust had made a lip. Plan was to get it far enough back as I could. Then tip input shaft down. I am not a very big guy, not very tall at a staggering 120lb, but I was desperate so I wrestled though it. Laying on rocks in 100 degree heat, wishing I had brought a sawzall was not a fun experience. After 45 min of wiggling praying and just persistence. Actually cut into the aluminum in some places but it
Led me to hear:
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This was by far the hardest part of this, this last couple inches. Trans was wedged in all the way up into body at this point with exhaust pressing it up. With some careful prying and again more persistence. Input shaft finally fell below bell-housing. I knew I was in it to win it at this point. Trans fell quite suddenly just missed my ribs, that was neat.

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Leaving me with a beautiful sight. The saga did not end here, as I still didn't have a cart. Tried to ask a man to watch my tools, he didnt speak English. So I just left all my shit and luckily found a cart. Handles were quite hot so I had to spit on handle to not burn hands. That was neat. I already finished water and it wasn't getting any colder outside. It was about 102 out and I was pretty beat from wrestling trans. On my quest to find a cart I saw the gate was closed I that got me through left side of the yard, so now I was completely confused. I wasn't sure too leave if I had to go all way around the dividing wall (go up turn right) and then the full length of the fence back. This was far too long of a walk, with how tired I was. I saw people walking down along fence line earlier , and didn't see them anymore. Assumed that must be exit. That cart pull was quite miserable, ended up being the right way.

I then paid $174, for that whole experience and for this sight.
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It had blue marks between front case and rear case so maybe it was serviced previously. It is missing left side mount, not sure why BMW only mounted trans on right side. I think a adapter can be made mounting to case bolts out of steel. If not, won't run one fuck it. This will be a spare, but I will need to install it to see if it works (if it rattles or grinds every gear) before I rebuild it.


Also got my car started:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEk2Oj7b-Fg

An eventful day.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/13 2nd Junkyard Dogleg

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Thanks for sharing your experience. But why not taking the bell housing as well? Might be handy in future.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/13 2nd Junkyard Dogleg

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Great score and you earned it. Was wondering about the bell housing too but I can only imagine you were shot AF after puling the trans. Congrats on firing up the transplant too. Ready for next post... :popcorn:
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/13 2nd Junkyard Dogleg

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Tiit wrote:Thanks for sharing your experience. But why not taking the bell housing as well? Might be handy in future.
Already have a extra Ljet one with a G265 OD my dad bought, if it would've been motronic. I'd have snatched it.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/15 Cam Break-IN and Leaks

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ixq2RXS9vNE

Vid of cam being broken in, car runs and drives however. After taking it around the block in the rain, left a rainbow trail. Leaking oil from pressure sender, and dripping all the way down to passenger side. So I put a new crush washer on last night, fired it up this morning no oil under sender now. Think its fixed, we'll take it on much longer drive after work today.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/23 Daily Duties

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Daily Duties, has been really good on gas actually. Well better than I thought it would do, a tank week ain't bad. At 600 miles now, car feels great very happy to be driving it everyday. It does 15 miles of stop n go in the morning, then cruises home in the afternoon. It's been 95+ heading home everyday according to OBC, heat soaks and loses torque but doesn't ping. Still need to install wideband...

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Still some annoying issues, little things. The mysterious left rear running light issue has comeback, something with checkbox or wiring. If you smack taillight it comes back though, or go over a bump will come back on. RF turn signal since a/c fan has been installed has been quite flakey, so I lose that occasionally it's plug itself or wiring. That is slowly becoming infuriating. Also gear knob vibrates, under high load or rpm. Reminds of my friends S13 when he had a short shifter with a brass bushing. Either trans is about to blow up, or the E28 Goodies Poly Shift bushings I installed have added some NVH. So might need to drop trans and add some stock bushings. Doglegs use a super long bolt instead of the allen bolts to secure this: https://e28goodies.com/product/polyamid ... old-style/. I dont care about play in shifter, but vibrating rattly knob makes me worried. It also still clunks in parking lots, when turning wheel. Ground Control Race Plates, with no Torrington Bearings on springs was not a big brain move. So springs are clunking and binding as to be expected. Just gonna keep driving that bitch though.

Also got another damn ecu, was a good deal... this is the last one...
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/15 Cam Break-IN and Leaks

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Also finally replaced my ignition switch, I had one sitting on my desk for like maybe 2 years now. Finally decided to throw it in glad I did.....
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$200 every 2 weeks is my current income. Which is pretty ass, but I also don't have a mortgage to buy or anything. Just food, car parts and gas. I am grateful, still allowed to do the internship better then no money coming in. Plus interning for a real company should come in handy later.

I had to buy new reference sensors (throwing parts at hot start) and new moosehead control arm bushings (RF one fell apart... long story). I also had to buy 2 new RE71R's and a GREAT deal came up on new Toyo RA1's ($300 shipped for 4) so I can finally have a set of TRACK ONLY tires. Someone also invited me to a track day the 22nd, so gonna keep going into the red I guess money wise. Sophomore year is also kicking my ass, but one day at a time. Gotta train to be a wageslave for the racecar parts. Honestly keeping my eyes peeled for something that's not wageslave like, but until then might as well get the piece of paper that says I can work for someone.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 9/27 Survived the Trackday

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As of writing this it has 2410 miles on the new motor and a trackday.

Car also survived another Houston Monsoon
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Only reason I didnt die was because I had full tread RA1's.

Re71R's in standing water are hot garbage.

Pic of car at work/school/track

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Here is a vid of me chasing 911. Excuse my inability to be able to mount a go pro at center of screen, as it tries and auto exposes center console. I really liked the RA1's pretty sure they slower full tread, but I really liked them. D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1uZ2sAxA7A

Excuse List:
Had to keep it in 4th, in back half of track before back straight (need catch can)
Engine was way down on power 10.5 at full throttle

However,
Car setup feels phenomenal, LSD still needs rebuild, and rear shock rebound is a yikes and some more driver mods definitely needed. I couldve been way deeper in the brakes going over the launch.

Very happy with setup, just need to fix tune and catch can. Should be mint.

Oh yeah A/C compressor is heading out, which is a shame because it blows cold.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 8/15 Cam Break-IN and Leaks

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Fall weather has arrived time for a update.

This happened recently, something sounded slightly off on start up, in the garage. I usually don't park there so it changed the harmonics. Sure enough:

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I had quiz in a class coming up. So I tensioned it with a pry bar, tightned the shit out of bottom bolt and used bailing wire so it couldnt completely flop loose. Made the 47 miles to and back from school.

Also changed the blower motor (new one failed, used one I put in smelled like electrical fire) to a good used one from South26, and my god does that make a difference. A silent source of fresh air, and fall has arrived. So fixing A/C just got pushed way back.

I also installed Nardi sans horn button. I really like this wheel, super sturdy. I do miss the horn button and maybe a black one would look better. For $110 though, well worth it.

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I also put the 02 sensor back in, and Dad was right. It's night and day did that because my wideband died. So finally had a reason to crawl under there.
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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 10/8 Issa Daily

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Re: FUBAR 535e"s" Build 10/8 Issa Daily

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Gonna miss that beast at Canyon Lake this weekend.
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