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Old 11-24-2013, 11:19 PM   #470
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Join Date: Jan 2006
Chapter/Region: NWIC
Location: Eastern WA
97' LGT 2.3 Dstroke
Rotated BW S256 6speed


Originally Posted by Maxwell Power View Post
Keep it simple
Your's hard sometimes to not let things snowball into complexity

Originally Posted by 3mlwhly View Post
Just curious, which crank is that? Usdm or jdm?... I would like to build mine similarly but unsure on what crank to use
That's the latest and greatest USDM crank since 04' I think and the part number ends in"240". It is double crossed drilled and the phasing or timing of the oil holes is better. Same crank in the JDM 2.0L STI. It's the best for higher rpm next to a billet crank with straight through oiling.

Originally Posted by FuJi K View Post
That Borg turbo must sound nice rolling into boost!
Thanks for selling me this Borg Fuji! It doesn't whistle like I thought it would. It does make a wicked air swooshing sound when spooling up though. I really want to see what it will do on the de-stroker, but I also want to try a GTX3071. I wish I had unlimited funds to try all sorts of different combos

Originally Posted by kmcgurt23 View Post
Dude, you are in the wrong business. The level of detail on all aspects of your car is amazing added to the the fact that you diy nearly everything. Good luck with the build
Thanks for the props! You still have your RS? That thing was so original and clean! I do wish I could do something like this for a living and still provide for my family. Right now it's a hobby and brings in side cash to help pay the bills.

Originally Posted by Maxwell Power View Post
I would say he's in the right business.

making your hobby your job, just because you're good at it, is the same mistake I made. After a few years, dealing with a lot of people who don't know anything about cars really takes the fun out of it.
People always said if you can do something you love you'll never work again, or it will just make you hate the thing you love . I think the added stress of owning the business, and being responsible for everything would kill the fun. Making a good living working for someone else would be a good balance. Enjoy what you do, then clock out, go home and have none of the worry or stress.

I work at a Subaru dealer and the contrast from that to the aftermarket scene is sickening. So many idiots working at dealers
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