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    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolcool View Post
    possibly tossing a spool into the rear,eventually a 4age swap.


    got lots of money to burn? jeez. weld the diff...keep the 3tc..

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    ya you are gonna need your extra pennies for the shwinn! my 82 Norco Force III ran me around $400 by the time I added the skyways n **** to it heh.

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    SE Quadangle or bust...maybe....maybe a hutch trickstar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldskoolcool View Post
    Mini update:

    Registration papers.... Chhh oh wait a minute. 6 weeks and still no papers... apparently its too much to ask for someone to take 20 minutes out of there life to do something they said they would do.

    More plans for the wagon but ive stopped bothering until the registration papers are given to me. But as it sits its driveable .
    I've got the same issue, I have this '83 hardtop that I want to start working on, but I'm not going to bother touching it until it's finally actually registered in my name. I had the carbon coupe build nearly complete before I finally had it registered in my name.

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    Jarod keep the 3tc. It's starting to become obvious how much more power you can get out of them that 4ages. I don't know what's wrong with the one in your sports coupe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Min View Post
    got lots of money to burn? jeez. weld the diff...keep the 3tc..
    money dont grow on trees, but if you grow trees it becomes money ;P

    i can get a spool cheap, then never worry about anything other then axles.



    Warren 4age=fuel injection = no more carbing issues.... Im not going to swap anytime soon. but when i do the 3tc will be sold if your interested in a high compression n/a motor. im pushing about 11-1 i figure, 10-1 wiseco, with a shaved head
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    I would be interested in taking that car for a drive, it didn't seem to be making much power.
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    Yea the carb needs replaced, im pretty sure thats 900% of the problem. Primarys didnt seem to be fueling enough last time i tryed to fiddle with it. Thus the 5200 holley

    feel free to drive to nanaimo for a test rip
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    Wagon is insured now Repping hard, No passenger low beam tho, i may have missed a wire i think when i was sautering everything together. I tryed changing the light to another one i had (used) still no low beam, it was to dark to bust out the voltmeter tho
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    Got a pair of 6kg coils for the front last night. (thanks Gpenny). Gonna head to the local spring shop to get more leaves made for the rear before i lower it. i want it nice and stiff
    Everything seems to be working nicely, Occasional idle issues. Im leaning toward it being another carb issue. After sitting for over a year not running. Tossed some ATF into the Gas Tank. hopefully that will clear it out. or at least hide the issue till i recieve my carb from rastaracer (Props to you for being solid)


    Found one of these floating thru my work. anyone have any ideas on what it might be? Sits pretty close to the lip


    Seamsealer is god. rust hole that was leaking onto the wiring seems to be repaired and happy
    Last edited by oldskoolcool; 01-22-2011 at 07:21 AM.
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    Those rims are made by Eagle Alloy. (at least I am pretty sure they are). I don't they make them any more because they arnt on their website.
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    nice progress,i could grab you a cheap 32/36 but the choke has been removed,so you have to keep your foot onit for 30 seconds when its cold.my buddy said $65

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    i might be interested matt, does it need to be rebuilt?



    So i took it to work today and got payed to work on it haha ballin!
    Changed the fluids, diff and trans were pretty low/nasty
    Took a look at the breaks they all look new.
    Fixxing the exhaust after lunch.

    Im pretty amazed cuz i put it up on the hoist and theres almost no rust underneath, ill add a few pics when im off. im just grabbin grub

    The rust is mostly just on the rear corners under the bumper, and the rocker panels have been patched but there only small patches, everything else is super solid. which is a nice change
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    got Some artsy fag shots today



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    last picture... do i see sidewall rub? you might need new shocks man :S

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    i didnt know they made a 4x4 version of the wagon..

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    That 32/36 is a good carb, you should grab it off Matt. All the ones I have are going to need building/rebuilding. Who cares about a choke? It just restricts airflow anyways.

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    sidewalls rub for sure. 185/70's are way to big It rubbed so much on cornering i got a flat (i was trying to see how bad it would rub

    As far as being a 4x4, its so i can run down Hipsters and homos
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Min View Post
    i didnt know they made a 4x4 version of the wagon..
    dont diss my wagon when you drive a durkagold honda Poop mobile

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    175/65/14 are the 14x7 tire. They look pretty good and 3tcs can spin them.
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