Wow, blue letters = new moderator?WDRacing wrote:That's the cool thing about not having any short term memory...
I think it's the crappy hardware our stuff comes with, they all vibrate loose in like a week.homeslicej2 wrote:I sent it to him awhile back. Brian sends me all kinds of crazy pics (all kinds.... ) whenever he visits the bong. =p j/k WD
Thanks Hitman for the continuance! Btw, all these turbo issues you KA-Ters are having, what's that about? I've never had a single problem with my turbo on the SR. I guess maybe it's the manifold designs that are out there for the KA
+1motoman399 wrote:I can has blue letters?
Damn WD wasnt kidding about the short term memory loss. I was about to ask you what for!?motoman399 wrote:Thanks frank!
That's what I was thinking. Back when the SOHC died on me and I was thinking of just rebuild and turbo it (it had already been crappily rebuilt once by the previous owner), I had wondered about the kit JGS offers http://www.jgstools.com/turbo/index2.html It looked pretty good (quality) and I wanted a log style manifold for the reasons JGS outlines further down the page. It's also why I'll keep my SR's stock manifold and just have it extrude honed for better flow in the future.Razi wrote:I think it's the crappy hardware our stuff comes with, they all vibrate loose in like a week.
I don't think Spooled has any of these problems, he doesn't use Megan racing manifolds or anything I think.
s***, tell me about it. I want to at least have 1K before I step into the Learned'd classroomkrimsonviper wrote:Looks like you need to step it up about 245 more notches son!
i have wanted to do this for a while. but all my friends were too cheap to complete a ka-t setup, and im not going to run a t2 lolRazi wrote:I sort of want to get a SR manifold and cut off the flanges and weld on KA ones.
Then I can put on the stock heatshield and be an epic sleeper. :P
is that all you need? lol i might be in there shortly....Frank E Bones wrote:s***, tell me about it. I want to at least have 1K before I step into the Learned'd classroom