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I also bought some upper lca mounting spikes from downstar. I bought some nice dress up products from hardware too, but I'll take some pics for you all when I get them.
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I want to get an allin fab radiator, but the boss said I had to sell the buddy club seat and the tools before I can! I'll get some pics up this weekend. After inspection found out the hanger on my exhaust broke witch put to much stress on one of the welds and the exhaust broke a weld right down the middle So for tonight we took off half the exhaust and will have it rewelded on Monday at school It's aluminum and we don't have a tig welder Shit sounds nasty as hell Exhaust stops mid car I just got these rims in.
Supposedly these are the last brand new set in America, but i dont know about that LOL: S David, I would still like to order some shirts and stickers.
Sorry i havent written in awhile. Aloha davidk20ek4 Idk if I can get shirts any time soon But stickers I can get for sure kaypro I will pm you my number. I guess you have to be rich to drive a k swap cause not only do you need a filter and oil each oil change, but a new pan.
It's not affecting how it runs which is good. I'm thinking about just taking my old one and trying to pound it out a little bit. U will never have this problem again.
I never dented one yet. Yeah, I never understood how every joe-jerk off says his rides JDM when in Japan their cars aren't really that low. Lowering your center of gravity is good'n all, but there is a limit to that center of gravity. But she is also a monster on the street: X2 What some people don't realize is that race cars only look low because of the lips, side skirts, and diffusers I will be about half an inch when I get better suspension.
As it is right now, it isn't even that low, there's probably 1cm of wheel gap, the problem was I was driving in a crazy rain storm and the road had a trench dug out of it and it sunk down maybe inches, I didn't even see it because of all the water on the road. I wasn't going fast, either, I was creeping toward a stop sign.
Sucks, but at least now I have 2 steel pans. I'm gonna try and rig something up in my press and try to bend it back out a little bit.
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My crappy suspension probably doesn't help as it travels a lot. But the Honda partnership did not got to plan and midway through last year McLaren chose customer status with Renault over a works deal that wasn't working. McLaren A byproduct of Honda's problems was a lack of running due to reliability issues and having to set the car up with a down on power engine.
While the Renault package was no bastion of reliability last year, it's hoped that at last McLaren can get some pre-season testing mileage under its belt to gain a better understanding of its car.
The other fallout from the engine switch was the late decision affecting design and lead times. The Honda power unit follows Mercedes' split-turbo philosophy, while Renault has a turbo wholly mounted at the rear of the V6 engine.
Thus, the chassis designed for the Honda needed space to the rear of the fuel tank area to house the tubo's compressor and its airbox whereas the Renault's engine front is cleaner while housing some of that same hardware behind the engine. Both solutions have their merits, but McLaren had to part design a car that could take either engine, eventually having to repackage the rear end for the Renault layout.
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McLaren As F1 engine sizes are fixed in many dimensions, the volume the aerodynamicists had to work around was similar and the team feels the car would have ended up looking similar with either engine. But under the skin some changes were beneficial. The entire engine can be moved forwards allowing the rear of the car to be a little slimmer, with the tradeoff of a revised gearbox case to house a complete turbo, not just the exhaust-driven turbine.
Engine change notwithstanding, McLaren has the resources to develop the aero and the chassis simultaneously, so this shouldn't be a reason for the outwardly simple changes to the car for Is the McLaren underdeveloped?
The upper wishbones of McLaren's rear suspension stand out as one of the clear innovations on the car. McLaren As with Red Bull -- the other Renault engine customer -- the sidepods are slim with tiny inlets, although McLaren have retained their old concept here and not a high-top inlet design as on the Red Bull.Official Video Honda-Tech Meet April 10, 2011