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Rick_4g63

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I try to keep up I’ve learned so much from here I try to post as much as I can for others to learn

Exactly!
Once I picked up my 1g, I had to dust off the cobwebs from this account since it was sitting idle for about 6 years.
It's definitely a great community here.
Keep up the great work
 

awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Thank to Tim Zimmer fixing new up with a new clutch setup already on its way !
 

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awdmonster1904

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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Update ** got a chance to break in the clutch ran in to some issues with my KDN shifter later realized some bolts were coming loose . Finally after some research watching a few videos got the lock out adjusted.
Also had a violent shake rebalance the slicks and all fixed with some fresh hu centric rings.
 

awdmonster1904

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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Some pics
 

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awdmonster1904

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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Did not get any passes I broke on the first pass and that’s the only part I did not bring with me to the track so I decided to call it a day and come back on the next event
 

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awdmonster1904

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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Today doing maintenance realizing that I had a lot of air in the brakes. Posted a picture of instructions how to bleed it with a stage brake. Maybe I’ll do a write up how to bleed it might help others. Took me a while to figure out until I had these instructions.
 

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awdmonster1904

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Chino, California
Last weekend decided to go to Arizona since every track here in California is restricted or closed.
It’s was rough again breaking on the first pass

In the first pass snaped the front axles and hurt the transmission for what i see it’s probably the shift fork should be easy fix
 

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awdmonster1904

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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Took apart the transmission we found the problem broken shift fork! Next on the to do list is to order the Magnus forks and some need hardware and I should be back in action!
 

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awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Went to test again and it was a total massacre.
But figured out in the case of a rear axle breaks the front will break or be damaged and snap on the next run.
After reviewing the logs I ready need to slip the clutch a little longer. But it might be time for DSS axles.
Time to take a break ....

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awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Finally made time to fix the 1g thanks to a friend local to me let me barrow his lift. Got the pro level axles installed fixed my front axles got it going again. Probably go testing in 2 weeks….

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Ludachris

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awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Always nice to have a lift you can use. One of these days I'll have one in my garage.
Absolutely! All my tools are a mess since i recently moved homes garage is packed with remodeling stuff 😔 . Depending how i do the end of the season (year) if I can lay a good time I might have to consider going auto. As much As I don’t want to but i wanna start wining some races and be more consistent.
So far I already got some cores and JB TC
Just waiting on the billet drums to be done from JB
 

awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
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Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California

On this pass I preloaded way too much building too much boost got some bad tire shake and the rear end failed 😞 now I’m looking for 4 bolt rear so i can get it going and make an event.

few changes ….
1- minimum preload don’t load it too hard

2 boost by gear on infinity I’m going to do a timed boost limit 200ms probably wel see what works or I’ll leave it alone work more on the foot work

3 boost leak test because on the first pass on to 3rd gear ⚙️ the pipe popped off and touched a wire causing a small fire 🔥 need to secure everything so that does not happen again

thank you for all the dsm guys that came by to help and say hello
 

awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
694
239
Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
Tested again and destroyed my second rear diff.
After checking at the logs noticed it was hooking and spin then dead hook causing the destruction of the rear differential.
Will work on setting up the chassis better to control the spin and install a Magnus slipper valve.
A big thanks to Tim Zimmer for his help!

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awdmonster1904

Probationary Member
694
239
Aug 23, 2007
Chino, California
What issues were you having with your KDN shifter? I just installed that in my car and would like to avoid any issues if I can.
PM me and i can send you some pictures and videos via cell phone to better explain.
 
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