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Thread: What Did You Do To Your B13 Today?

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2016-06-03 01:58:11
#4191
Autoxse-r you gotta sand bag a bit, lol. The B13s don't need any new penalty weight.
Last edited by TrackJunky82 on 2016-06-03 at 02-02-19.
2016-06-03 02:00:12
#4192
Messed up post.
Last edited by TrackJunky82 on 2016-06-03 at 02-01-36.
2016-06-03 05:32:41
#4193
Originally Posted by Kyle


Installed Addco #693 rear sway bar.


Pics of bar installed? How long did it take you, I want one
Last edited by Storm88000 on 2016-06-03 at 05-34-01.
2016-06-03 15:23:17
#4194
Originally Posted by TrackJunky82
Autoxse-r you gotta sand bag a bit, lol. The B13s don't need any new penalty weight.


I'm still a good bit off of the track records right now but I don't know the meaning of sand bagging I go out to win mainly because it is such a different car in class that no one uses anymore. I keep improving each race if I could keep the car from breaking every weekend I would have one a season first place in SARRC last year and would have won every race so far this year.
2016-06-03 15:36:03
#4195
Originally Posted by mercado
Took it to work

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I like the brace you added at the rear seat belts...if anything, for the looks haha. And those window visors look like they do NOT stick on...true?

Car looks great!
2016-06-03 16:16:26
#4196
Those are de jdm ones their not stick

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2016-06-03 16:23:43
#4197
Originally Posted by Storm88000
Originally Posted by Kyle


Installed Addco #693 rear sway bar.


Pics of bar installed? How long did it take you, I want one


I did not take any as it installs exactly as OEM does. I purchased the new endlinks, I guess I could have saved more time if I installed the endlinks on the bar.

I will say it is much easier to install the bar with the end links connected. That removes one force trying to fight you when you assemble the end links that connect to the strut. You need to procure a set of graded hardware to replace the left hand side bracket that is not re-used. (two nuts, two bolts, four flat washers and two split lock washers)
2016-06-04 19:35:48
#4198
(triple post!!)
Last edited by llaprad1 on 2016-06-04 at 19-40-07.
2016-06-04 19:39:21
#4199
Still need to add a legit resonator, but I did a little DIY with some 60mm motorcycle silencers:





Works pretty good in the cabin! (although it does have the prerequisite "huffing" sound that these type of silencers emit)

I'll try and share youtube links soon.
2016-06-04 21:18:07
#4200
Originally Posted by nissansr20nx
Storm was too full of freon




Ok so im kinda new at working and installing AC stuff.
How does that happen?
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