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  1. Thread: Servo brakes

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    Phill I'm not going to get into a heated...

    Phill I'm not going to get into a heated discussion with you on this and I have no problem with your comments but let me give you this information to maybe help you understand why I did some things....
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    Choosing the right master cylinder(MC)

    There was a discussion going on about servo(power assist)brakes. Whether or not are cars need them.

    I sat back and listened to the discussion but it was all personal opinion, no facts. Nothing to...
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    I guess one thing that I don't understand is why...

    I guess one thing that I don't understand is why the starter would be getting any voltage at all with the key in the "on" position. The only time the starter should be getting voltage(from the...
  4. Thread: 009

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    Location was determine after experimenting with...

    Location was determine after experimenting with several different sets of equal length tie rods and getting the best angle to the steering arms to get the best steering geometry possible for the...
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    By voltage drop are you saying that half the car...

    By voltage drop are you saying that half the car has full voltage and the other half is only getting 9.5 with the ignition in the on position with the engine not running and with the engine running...
  6. Thread: 009

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    Used the Subaru back splash fitting Flaps move...

    Used the Subaru back splash fitting
    Flaps move freely so it has to be mounted horizontally to work properly.
    Picture of it open
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    Picture of it closed
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    Power brakes and hydraulic...
  7. Thread: 009

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    Hi Peter I check the site a couple of times a...

    Hi Peter

    I check the site a couple of times a day

    Still working on the car, just haven't had any motivation to post.

    Been working on the tank. Got it installed. Once I get the connections...
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    Before you spend money on a starter have the...

    Before you spend money on a starter have the battery tested under a load.

    Just putting a volt meter on the battery is not good enough. That will not tell you if the battery is good or bad. It will...
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    4-2 gauge wire is used for a starter. Starter...

    4-2 gauge wire is used for a starter.

    Starter bushing could be worn out(replace if bad), also the starter could be bad. works with no load but when a load is applied it doesn't work is sometimes...
  10. I haven't been following this build so maybe this...

    I haven't been following this build so maybe this has already been suggested.

    If you already have the ends but they are on separate shafts why not make your own coupler??
    Cut the ends off at a...
  11. This company says they can make it. of course...

    This company says they can make it. of course price for making just one may put it out of reach.

    https://www.hayescouplings.com/splined-adapters/

    They have a distributer in the UK

    JBJ...
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    Motor is bolted directly to the mounting bracket...

    Motor is bolted directly to the mounting bracket with no adjustments. You would have to shim up the whole wiper assembly to get the pivot shaft located where you would like.
    There is no adjustments...
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    I don't recall having to use any spacers. Thats...

    I don't recall having to use any spacers. Thats alot of space that needed adjustment

    Here are the dimensions of my old parts. as far as I know I put the same stuff in.

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  14. Thread: 009

    by Brett
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    I will take you idea under consideration. Thanks...

    I will take you idea under consideration. Thanks
    unlike the VW tank that has a lip around the perimeter to support the tank the Subaru has none. I'm thinking of using the oem tank straps to mount...
  15. Thread: 009

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    Forgot to mention that the key fob also has the...

    Forgot to mention that the key fob also has the panic button feature and remote start feature on it.

    Update on the tank
    It didn't work out as planned.

    I'm going with the modified subaru tank...
  16. Thread: 009

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    Lock/unlock feature also

    Lock/unlock feature also
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    You can make seats with the features you want...

    You can make seats with the features you want plus more.

    I don't expect you to build them the way I did but maybe this will give you some ideas.

    I used parts from the Corvette C4 to build my...
  18. Thread: Wiper part help

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    Just found your wiring diagram for the wipers....

    Just found your wiring diagram for the wipers.
    Just thinking that maybe the problem might be in the wiring if your issue is with the "park" feature.

    What year and model is your column out of??
    ...
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    The "park" feature(if thats what your having...

    The "park" feature(if thats what your having problems with) is in the motor and is not adjustable in a dynamic park motor(to the best of my knowledge).

    With the wiper arm off (or I suppose you...
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    You didn't mention what part of the system you...

    You didn't mention what part of the system you are not sure about so maybe this might help
    I think the oem Bosch motor came with a "D" output shaft and I think the newer motors come with splines
    ...
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    Making some good progress Will. I had all my...

    Making some good progress Will.

    I had all my wiring done until I decided to change the dash, add the power canopy lift system, change the tail lights out and install a different gas/petrol tank...
  22. Thread: Peter's Eagle SS

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    Time to re evaluate and re structure your life,...

    Time to re evaluate and re structure your life, Peter??

    Nothing wrong with that. Sounds like your making some logical decisions.

    Oh! No! Your having a mid life crises.:scared:

    Hope...
  23. Thread: 009

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    I ordered that petrol tank ...

    I ordered that petrol tank

    https://www2.cip1.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ACC%2DC10%2D2510

    Because of the extra capacity I'm not sure if it will fit without some modifications. We will...
  24. Thread: 009

    by Brett
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    Car is in 2 pieces right now. The lift system...

    Car is in 2 pieces right now. The lift system that lifts the body from the chassis wont allow the canopy to fully open so you'll have to wait on that video
  25. I would be scared to death to even try and start...

    I would be scared to death to even try and start the car let alone drive it with all that electrical equipment mounted to the tank.
    That's just a ticking time bomb in my book.
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