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BAZENG. Street spec Galant VR4. (1991)

* * * * - 1 votes Welding of exhaust parts done

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Some fabrication of brackets to support the dry ice intercooler.

I'll clean them up later. Running short on time. Tow truck scheduled to arrive soon! 8e0b7bc5654922116f1d35dd728509d9.jpgcf39bba7575ca32f7cbafe213f15e8ec.jpg792acbfab7ae95f02c2e485522edebe2.jpg2b650a51090001917d4345a753280d17.jpged4d0171f5ed1b0658611cc3fd2ac0f6.jpg8f97e1407b3d5e2a252f4e6dc210f089.jpg24112107aef7e538f8a059b16bce6ce1.jpge5b5bb810624889d2f7bc200be4c8dab.jpgca32f7aaa7c512ddf368fab92216f3c4.jpg

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Making things happen.

I had the car towed to a workshop and whilst I jigged, my mate Gerardo from GForce race solutions tigged.

It worked well as I handed him parts, I moved onto the next and he welded. I refitted and passed him next parts for welding and repeat until we got 90% done then called it a day... 232b742eb76a08b464fe222e0d8446b0.jpg3866cae784f13d44b8b4cc9f137d5265.jpg34b90d018070dc594356435fbee6bdec.jpg3d4a8ca5cc22bff483cd7d25ce3a98c6.jpgf29fe69f3d4d76332417e55f57c5bed5.jpg7dd10e2988215fa4264b5cad83becf10.jpgd9ff709f9c404d86191ba0797159eb77.jpg949c77aca4c5da0ee254a7e37922862b.jpgb8e63399b2b02627378a5bb2f2f93379.jpg

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This was how I left it on the Saturday (16/12/17).

Killed it.. 5c6dcfcdc4805a759ba00583c550c5f2.jpgf4bfc23bfd742fad20f8be16f395ce8c.jpg5065effcd8cf96f540c9b71f54b29907.jpgcb251f63a371dd011644692315a5fdfc.jpg3c7aac002e4c891824f041012a34c670.jpg3d145a0a727877a77cb0e2335ac18ebd.jpgc66af90999b15666c2c807bbc1f5a11e.jpg8d2957ad06cbf7e1da9f9c9a4c0a6dec.jpgc3b36f71751a5d096b065d4f81356979.jpg

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Wow those clamps and connections are bloody nice!

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Always a pleassure to click on your threads Baz but im curious, i know you run solid mounts but where is the give now that you are running those weld on clamps. Is the ice box rubber mounted and also the cooler.

Surely the motor has to flex a little bit?

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Always a pleassure to click on your threads Baz but im curious, i know you run solid mounts but where is the give now that you are running those weld on clamps. Is the ice box rubber mounted and also the cooler.

Surely the motor has to flex a little bit?

The clamps actually have quite a bit of movement in them.

They are o-ring sealed with the ability to move inwards and outwards plus pivot in all angles.

 

Check out this video, pretty much the same thing... just a different brand.

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=PDIjevlgN6k



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My bad i should of known you would of been all over it mate




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