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About demo243

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  • Birthday 08/28/1988

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    71 4Dr 510

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  1. They T together under the intake manifold and then are run to a catch can on the fire wall. Ran the same set up on my L20b.
  2. Make it happen!!!! Its soo sad to see these race cars rot away... I saw a four door here in the northeast last year, that would have been totally savable... but someone stripped it and let it sit too long... it was too big of a project for me, but I so wanted to make it happen. It amazes me how someone could put that much work into a car and then just discard it.... Good luck! look forward to watching this car get revived!
  3. Here is a link to the lokar one I used but in a 620. just stumbled on it
  4. Not sure about the 620s, but I used the Lokar handle and their universal cable kit on my 510. Worked with the stock drums and the maxima calipers I upgraded to when I went rear disc
  5. Center units can be swapped very easily though, so if you want to use the gear ratio on a newer unit and have an old unit, you can pull the center from the old 510 diff (suitable for 510 half shafts) and swap into the newer subaru housing with its the corresponding gears. I have done this on a number of R160 units to make a 3.9 LSD, 4.11 LSD and 4.44 LSD that are all compatible with 510 half shafts. OP what are you trying to get out of upgrading? Are you looking for a different ratio or LSD or strength? The short answer is you can use any R160, R180, or R200 in a 510... its just a matter of what other parts you need to swap and how much money you want to throw at it. More info on your car would help too...
  6. If you havent been there yet- check out the510realm.com there is a ton of good race info over there. Ive had some good luck scoring odd parts there too.
  7. Long story short. Photobucket screwed the car forums.... I like flickr but they just changed their rules too an only allow 1000 photos got free acounts.... time for me to do some cleaning... I think others use imgur. Most of those photo hosting sites will allow you to copy a direct link from them that you can just paste directly into the forum.
  8. San Fran But yes he does great work
  9. You! Rebuilding isn't actually that bad, or require that many specific tools... just need a machine shop to do the block and head if they need work. Most good machine shops will do an engine assembly for you... but the costs skyrocket. Tearing the engine down is pretty messy.... but building it up is a pretty clean process --- should be a clean process to make sure everything is good. Just need space for an engine stand and a clean "work bench" You'll save yourself alot of cash building it yourself
  10. I am pretty happy with Speedhut gauges. Install was easy. Only issue I am having with them is the remote button to set the fuel gauge isnt working.... The biggest reason I went with them was the ability to choose my colors and that all the gauges would match. Here is my Speedhut Setup. Untitled by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr Untitled by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr
  11. demo243

    Just bought a 521

    Didnt get a chance to meet you- but got a few photos of the truck. DSC_0758 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0754 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0885 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr
  12. Heres the full album Larz Anderson Japanese Day
  13. Never started a thread for this... But saw a ton a Datsuns there, and recognized a few- DSC_0737 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0740 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0744 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0758 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0772 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0782 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0788 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0800 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0815 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr Stuck as fuck.... always laugh at this stuff... but give em props for driving a car so low static... DSC_0826 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0862 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0868 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0885 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0892 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr
  14. Glad I bumped into you! Gotta share some photos of the truck. Looks good! DSC_0734 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0740 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0849 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0853 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr DSC_0855 by Devon Mitchell, on Flickr
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