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marco bolduc

Here Is My 1993 850

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If I consider the fact that i had to remove the engine from the donor car, it took about 15hr of work. Removal and install of the turbo engine in the n/a is pretty simple! The only thing tricky is the wiring harness!

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it's been a while since iv'e made a update so here it is! no talking, only pictures:

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Looks Awesome, taking it to the track sometime soon?

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Awesome

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Serious work there. Awesome.

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Looks Awesome, taking it to the track sometime soon?

thank you! yes I will take it to the track! since there's a lot of snow here in Quebec, i'm doing all my project in the winter so I can beat the hell out of my car all summer long!

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Looks great!! Keep up the good work!

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Fawk yes. this thing is going to be AWESOME!

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Thank you all! there's alot of work left to do! this weekend we are starting the front part of the roll cage and i'll be doing some cleaning in wiring! everything that's related to HVAC will GTFO!

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the rear part of the roll-cage is now finished. there was a lot of rust on the driver side floor so I managed to fix this in order to make it look clean! I also removed every air duct from the dash, i'll be using a auxiliary defrost fan for the windshield. with everything removed, the dash shell is very light! i'm still using the front power windows so since the center consol is removed, the window switch will be relocated in the dash where the radio used to be.

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this weekend we did the main part of the front part. we did all the welding on the top of the cage in order to put the new roof on. everything should leave for the paintshop on Saturday. it's starting to get warm outside and the snow is melting so i can't wait to take it for a ride!

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What are the specs on the cage? What ruling are you building it by?

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What are the specs on the cage? What ruling are you building it by?

everything is FIA approved for any Touring series.

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everything is FIA approved for any Touring series.

I love you with plenty of homo.

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