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post #645 of 694 (permalink) Old 12-09-2011, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Almost 50 pages! Great job man, I've really enjoyed looking through this thread!

Don't know if you ever mentioned it but what 2 piece rotors are you using? How much lighter each were they then the stockers?

I have 2 piece Girodisc rotors on my Evo & they were 5lbs lighter each over the stockers...
Well they were the AEM 2 piece kit, got them way back in the day when AEM made the kit. I have recently swapped out the outter piece since they were badly warped... Im not sure the weight difference but i do notice a big difference in stopping power though.

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post #646 of 694 (permalink) Old 12-10-2011, 01:59 AM
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Woww I just looked at your whole thread.. Great stuff!
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post #647 of 694 (permalink) Old 12-10-2011, 05:09 AM
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This is fantastic, great job and well documented. I wish I could do something like this... Except I'm crazy and still want to keep my heat, ac, abs, ps, etc. I'm too picky about a dd to have a clean bay even though I would love to do the same thing you did. Maybe in the future when I have a weekend car I can follow your process.

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Im still waiting on the other parts to the kit i bought... Hopefully itll all come in very soon so i can start getting the car running finally
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Mmmmm topmount and back door intercooler :P..........


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Finally Installed the Oil Catch Can(crappy pics but you get the point):


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My new under-cabinet radio installed. Also in the picture is my powder coated valve cover, love it:

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Love the build man(:
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Just spent the last 2 days and a lot of angry looks from my gf reading thru this entire build. All I can say is bravo my friend. Helluva job and congrats! 4 long years and near the end. Can't wait to see this wrapped up.


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Valve cover looks good man! Nice job!

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So, any chance you could post which connectors you used at the firewall? I saw the circular connectors at tyco but I wasn't sure of two things.

First, do you think the plastic connectors are strong enough to withstand a DD setup?

Second, most of these guys buy a $300 tool and even more on connectors to avoid soldering. Was it that big of a deal and were the connectors cheap if you go the solder route?
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I went with metal because of the abuse Im sure theyll recieve during harsh weather and such.. Not sure how well plastic will hold up.... I resorted to soldering because its easy and I have plenty of experience with it. I just dont see my self buying a 300 tool only to use it for this one and only project. Not worth it.

And as for the connectors, id have to dig in to my records for that lol
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