black98t5

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About black98t5

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  • Birthday 03/19/1986

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    bikes, volvos,

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    johnson city TN
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  1. bought everything from a forum member, front and rear bbk with brackets and bolts. Brembro part # 996.351.425 rear are s60r's Had to trim the guide pins down to fit the wider R rotor
  2. The bolts for the porsche calipers dont quite line up with the bracket, the bracket needs to go in towards the car, so I need a larger washer, or am I doing something wrong? Pistons in the calipers are bottomed out plenty of room with the pins that hold the pads in place also. Thanks Edit : using akebono pads in the front Edit 2 : just realized should bracket be flipped? Edit 3: flipped the brackets fixed the alignment issue now it seems the supplied bolts are too long by about 5mm, i guess time to source some shorter ones or washers
  3. Very nice. Are those rsf5's? What size spacers your running?
  4. Replaced the wheel bearing that failed on me with no warning on my way home this morning. axle nut was the only thing holding it on
  5. Anyone else notice that the tunes are no longer available on snabb?
  6. 3.34 93 for me!
  7. 5mm for return line. A regular hex key worked fine for me. 10 mm for center clamp. New vacuum lines if you think they're needed. I left the return line on the turbo because its a pain to get to. Make sure you clock it right or tue return line will leak. New inlet coolant hose while you are in there.
  8. last wash before headgasket
  9. yeah i just looked as well, thanks anyways though. Is this something i can just get at a hardware store? Anyone know the sizes off hand?
  10. just need the small stuff, anyone know about some copper crush washers for turbo lines? i read about them somewhere but i cant find them on fcp, thanks
  11. Red s70 with 6 - 8k hids on west stone drive in kingsport tn
  12. sorry how stupid of me. that was not finished lol. definetely not faster on a manual
  13. nice. think it would have been faster on a manual mill
  14. From the album my volvos

    made a piece to hold my gauges and fill up some empty space