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re - little bits n pieces
March 20, 2015 11:24PM
Let's try this again since f*face john van-hamsandwitch wanted to get all rulesie with me I've had an account with my name already I just forgot to put my name down when I remade my account *prob hamsandwitch's fault anyways

what brakes do you guys use?
engine mounts....soild... poly? would it make a difference would body flex mess them up how's that work what fluids do you guys use and I mean for everything what bushings works best stuff like this



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 20, 2015 11:36PM
What the fuck are we working with?? GIGO, you know what that means?


Personally, I use Mk3 Brake rotors with greenstuff pads, Dot 5 fluid, SS flex hoses and
stock calipers...

Forgot, for bushings, I usually carve some delrin to shape on a small lathe...



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 20, 2015 11:49PM
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 20, 2015 11:52PM
Thanks Matt, I needed the LOL...



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 01:59AM
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Let's try this again since f*face john van-hamsandwitch wanted to get all rulesie with me I've had an account with my name already I just forgot to put my name down when I remade my account *prob hamsandwitch's fault anyways

what brakes do you guys use?
engine mounts....soild... poly? would it make a difference would body flex mess them up how's that work what fluids do you guys use and I mean for everything what bushings works best stuff like this

I wrote so nicely
Oh, one other little tiny thing: read the thing that says
RALLY ANARCHY RULES - READ THIS FIRST (that means you, newb)


And you call me f*face?

That was as polite as I could make it..

I figured anybody with a fucked up balless faggot cutsie screen name like bloodmistdemon was some sort of mentally retarded little whiney underdeprived useless cunt and needed to be treated with kid gloves since otherwise we'd have to listen to yet another crying punk whine forever

..so I tried to be nice and help..





Brakes: iron round ones

Engine mounts: black round ones

Any more questions can't be figured out from the punctuationless, vaguely forum contextless rambling you wrote...

Here's an idea: prove us all wrong, prove you aren't a some sort of mentally retarded little whiney underdeprived useless cunt and needed to be treated with kid gloves just cause you have a fucked up balless faggot cutsie screen name like bloodmistdemon ,

and try telling us what car, what engine, what experience, what class, what budget...

Things a human would do when asking people to give them time.



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 02:20AM
The lack of periods in the first post is amazing. The correct use of apostrophes is even more amazing.

Brakes: PBR pads on junkyard rotors, some sort of brake fluid bought at a truck stop on the way to a track day
Engine mount:rubber, a chunk of aluminum, more rubber.
Fluids: water, Valvoline racing full synthetic , Motul trans oil of some sort.
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 07:31AM
Im sorry john....... 97 civic d16y7 cold air intake and Exhaust....... I'm going to be striping the car completely and just want to know what I should put it back together with ....... I am going to rallyx and autox ......Robert



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 10:10AM
For rallyx you are probably fine with stock almost everything. Get some good pads, wheels, and tires. Turns out I can supply all of those. winking smiley



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 10:20AM
That's the thing I could run stock everything and grant I already have a list for on your site
but I'm ripping everything apart so what brake fluid do you use will solid engine mounts break in stage rally or do you people use poly mounts



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 12:15PM
I'd use poly mounts.
Brake fluid, I always used super blue in rally cars.



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 02:08PM
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Brake fluid, I always used super blue in rally cars.

Did you hear, they banned the Super Blue over here not long ago?


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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 21, 2015 04:48PM
Thanx bro any other brake fluid ?
Or opinions here?
What about trannys oil?
why was blue banned ?
Clutch?
what engine oil mobil 1 extended perf?
Are sway bars a good idea can somebody tell me the biggest no no's to put on your car are



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 22, 2015 03:18PM
Its a rallyx car man. Run what ya brung!

Put some decent street pads, race pads wont get enough heat in them. Make sure you bleed your brakes and put some dot4 fluid. The biggest difference will be tires and that will vary based on what events/time of year etc...


Rob, the feds could be watching as you seem to be supplying a banned substance! Be Warned! (supposedly banned due to it being blue and retards mixing it with windshield washer fluid!)



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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 22, 2015 04:13PM
FWIW, I heard (more RUMINT) that the blue was banned because there's some DOT regulation saying that brake fluid must be amber. Honestly, it makes me think there is a market for a dye you could add to your brake fluid; if said dye was proven not to affect the fluid. People liked the blue for alternating fluid changes.
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Re: re - little bits n pieces
March 23, 2015 08:32AM
I'm going to be building it for stage rally while I rallyx



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