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  • Whats up are you near mendo county and is there a way to find others in my area on this site
    Hey I'll get on adding you right now..My name has bud in it but I'll write bud just so you know..Hopefully I got it right check and let me know..
    Where In Norcal are you? Anywhere near the Fairfield/Vacaville area? How familiar are you with ECUflash? I kinda need some help with it, if you not to far away!
    I'm looking to put a meet together for Southern Oregon. I'm thinking some time early to mid June would be nice enough weather to go for a run or just get our DSMs together. If this is something you would be interested in please pm me.
    I sold the car in November, so I don't have the code. It's called kona pearl blue. It's a factory paint color.
    That would be way dope if I could use that for a minute an see what it sounds like. You should check out my dash trim kit thread and vote on it
    I got the tank to rail fuel kit
    HEre's the link: STM | 90-99 DSM FUEL TANK TO RAIL KIT

    after I was said and done I was left with around 6ft of line left over, and expect the rail fitting to be a snug fit I called STM about it and they tested and said just crank it down

    I will be getting the return kit from them as well later maybe in the summer

    and the way my work scehdule looks I won't be able to get a good pic iof it till saturday. It's not the prettiest but I worked with what I could, with some working you can actually use the gfactory fuel line bolts along the bottom for 3 of the cushion clamps.
    My son has a 'purple' 91 talon tsi, I am looking for the exterior side trim, from from front wheel to rear wheel on both sides. His hood has been replaced but it is black (primer) I wanted to get it painted for christmas, but a stock replacement might be better. Is your hood in good shape?

    hi just replying on the flashing ecu thingy. im a newbie still on how it works and what needs to be done or what is the use of flashing it. if you can send me a link on how and what it does i'd appricated it. thanks for the suggestion tony
    yeah im not to worried... im going to aim my lights as low as possible and thats also why i got white and yellow. blue and other colors are way more likely to get you yanked
    i am more about function over form so i went with 5000k low beams and 3000k fog lights... the fog lights will be yellow and the low beams should be pure white. the yellow fog light might be a little bit of form too LOLz.. ill defentaly be taking some pics
    Runnin good now. few hiccups here and there. oil return line cracked, dumped oil every where. turbo seal needs to be replaces after a high boost smoke comes out exhaust for a second but getting ready to PCS to 29 palms for 11 months.
    So Cal 420a DSM is a user on here, he has white 2gb Eclipse with a 2gb Talon bumper.
    Still AWP (awaiting parts) man, nothing done and the cars out of site at a buddies house for the next few weeks.
    Putting back in reverse was a joke, it requires different tools and lots of cussing putting it back together. It's fairly easy actually, its just getting the valve springs compressed and getting the valve locked seated can be frustrating. If the tech article helped you theres a link at the bottom that says "this thread was helpful" and I wouldn't be offended if you clicked it either... when/where are you going to be stationed as a Marine?
    Putting everything back together is just reverse of how it all came apart!! haha j/k. I left that to the machine shop that did the headwork since they have all the tools and they didn't charge me extra for assembly. Next time we're doing a head assembly though I'll be sure to take pictures and do a tech article for everyone. Thanks for the compliment and the suggestion!
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