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Motor and Drivetrain / Re: Subaru clutch upgrade
« Last post by dsrace on May 31, 2020, 08:11:45 AM »
With my 2.0 subaru around 300hp I ran a Stage 3 and a 6 puck per the recommendation from the shop I got the engine from.


My current 2.5 subaru is just over 400hp and I run a dual disk with a stage 2

i too run a dual disc stage II and it sure does have a nice easy pedal compared to the stage 4 single i ran on another engine.
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2021 Ford Bronco 7-Speed Manual May Be A 6-Speed With A Low Gear: Report

A seven-speed manual transmission for the upcoming 2021 Ford Bronco has been reported by a tipster with access to exclusive images of the new truck’s center stack, giving more evidence that Ford really is taking the fight all the way to Jeep’s doorstep. It’s what everybody wanted.

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Motor and Drivetrain / Re: Subaru clutch upgrade
« Last post by Punkur67 on May 30, 2020, 09:58:36 AM »
With my 2.0 subaru around 300hp I ran a Stage 3 and a 6 puck per the recommendation from the shop I got the engine from.


My current 2.5 subaru is just over 400hp and I run a dual disk with a stage 2
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Saddened to hear the news. But he’s feeling no pain, better than has in yrs.
Dunebound was an awesome guy, help anyone anyway. Will remember his last trip (think it was) he DS I and ladies stayed at Dueces mobile home.
But best was few yrs back when his dad came,  blew hole in side of motor, he bought another and we all spent a few hrs swapping out just for one more day of riding. Something wouldn’t swap had to winch that heavy ass car in trailer.
Great times, miss ya Scott.
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May he rest peace.  No more pain.  I have some good memories of Scott with his mom and dad at the dunes. 
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / Re: a fellow duner passed away this morning.
« Last post by fabr on May 26, 2020, 10:01:43 AM »
I'm so sorry for the loss of your and our friend. He was such a good person.
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Group Gatherings/Special Events / a fellow duner passed away this morning.
« Last post by dsrace on May 26, 2020, 08:23:30 AM »
i was informed this morning that our friend and fellow duner , dunebound69 ( scott) passed away early this morning. i do not know when the funeral will be as of yet. he will be missed.
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Something to talk about / The Torsus Praetorian Is An Off-Road Bus For The End Times
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The Torsus Praetorian Is An Off-Road Bus For The End Times

It’s an eternal twilight. Unidentified creatures howl in the distance while little fires burn out of the ground here and there for some reason. If you want to get to the North Lands once called Toronto where legends of flowing water and a life beyond the wastes beckon, you’re going to need to load the whole clan into…

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The Pit Stop / Re: hello boys hows it all going over there ?
« Last post by fabr on May 24, 2020, 03:34:21 PM »
"building supplies merchants" - that's me.  Feast for now but likely famine later. Oh well,it is what it is and in reality it's always been this way for  building supplies merchants .
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The Pit Stop / Re: hello boys hows it all going over there ?
« Last post by Baloo on May 24, 2020, 03:01:46 PM »
Good to hear from you baloo!  Lock down has actually increased my business quite a lot. With many getting more money than they had before the lockdown and being at home with not much to do  there is a lot of home projects getting done that would not normally get done. Therefore I have been happily selling lots of building supplies. Unfortunately,when everything gets back to normal I will likely feel the other side of that scenario and will be left twiddling my thumbs then.  How about you guys over there? Always interested in your projects also!

Hi Fabr   I think its pretty much the same over here,  some trades like mine have no work at all while others are booming  like building supplies merchants  as you say everyone is at home catching up with projects they should have done years ago
I have work in the pipeline but its up in Scotland and that's still shut, no hotels open so we cant go up there  but it wont be long before everyone drifts back to work,
I will post up my progress with my project  what ever it is,  I have suzukis around the place so will likely be based on one of them  now isent the time for me to be spending money ,  in fact I stripped one last week so that seems  a likely candidate  a few days sorting out the workshop and I will get into something

Andy
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