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Old 01-06-2013, 04:00 AM   #187181
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it was hilarious and oh man some of the girls out tonight

black dude was with a white chick, I complimented her on her delightful rack, black guy did nothing, it was ridiculous

Oh and the comedians were hilarious too
You didnt intimidate him. Hes black duh.
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it was hilarious and oh man some of the girls out tonight

black dude was with a white chick, I complimented her on her delightful rack, black guy did nothing, it was ridiculous

Oh and the comedians were hilarious too
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:31 PM   #187184
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Rude most definitely but iunno given the circumstances no harm no foul.
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once we got everything taken apart we realized the hydraulic one is on there....and yes, I had it replaced in the later years of the e46 production, however the service record says mech tensioner.........
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the theory to driving is you either learn to race starting from 7/10th's and work your way up to 10/10th's or you start from 11/10th's and dial it back. Yea it was probably an ass hole thing to do but live and learn, even common sense
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Rude most definitely but iunno given the circumstances no harm no foul.
Yeah, I just like giving him a hard time, I couldn't have done it without Raf.

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lol, at least you guys survived that DIY.
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lol, at least you guys survived that DIY.
yeah, that was no joke. I wish I didn't break that distribution.... then we would have know for sure everything was good to go....

We did learn something though, plugging up the distribution was a no go, I plugged everything and fired it up, it started leaking out of the bottom of the dip stick due to the pressure. Then we removed the cover from the ccv vents over the intake and the oil leak stopped, but it started pinging really bad, so we shut it down for the night.
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Yeah, I just like giving him a hard time, I couldn't have done it without Raf.

i know right ...... Oh well, I am going to replace all of them next...

So did you take raf back to home depot after? I hate when I get dropped off there

what's next on the list of repairs? or nothing for now till you plan it out?
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what's next on the list of repairs? or nothing for now till you plan it out?



we'll see..... I really don't want to start dumping a whole bunch of money into it, but might. Def need to do the pulleys ext, atleast the ones on the alternator side, they are rough and the disa. Woudn;t mind doing the fuel and steering pumps, alternator, fuel filter, etc.... Then I should probably turn my attention to the rear. I have that 3.46 diff still, could do the flex disc as well, then the rtabs..... and redo the suspension.
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We did learn something though, plugging up the distribution was a no go, I plugged everything and fired it up, it started leaking out of the bottom of the dip stick due to the pressure. Then we removed the cover from the ccv vents over the intake and the oil leak stopped, but it started pinging really bad, so we shut it down for the night.
Yeah, it's a 2-way valve so everything really has to be hooked up.
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