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Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
Since no machine shop would cut the gears I had to have them ground down by a local cam shaft company hopefully there won’t be any issues with it digging into the housings the reason I left some of the teeth was so the shafts could still get oiled and it wouldn’t cause any damage to the front case the only other option was the magnus front case and since this is an old one and was free I don’t feel so bad doing this to it

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Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
Update quite a few lines ran the nt03+m will not clear the ctsv brake calipers however I had a feeling that would be the case I’m running a 1” spacer even though I hate the idea it clears the calipers by about a quarter inch I had taken several measurements prior to the install I’ll get some photos once the tires are mounted and I can drop the car back on all 4 wheels I’m planning on running some 235/40/18 Yokohama r8888 for the streets I’ll show some photos of clearances when I get a chance for now all I have is more engine bay photos
 

Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
$418 in spacers and they are a good 3 weeks out 😩 guess I’ll get the tires ordered and mounted soon

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Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
For anyone that cares to know I had to do two separate size spacers due to the CTS-v brembo upgrades they are 25mm thick (1”) the hub centric spacers are 5x114.3 70.1 -72.6 for front, and 5x114.3 cb67.1-72.6 for rear, 12x1.5 studs size I recommend contacting the company as they aren’t really listed but they are the only company that offer 7075 aluminum spacers along with ISO grade 12.9 studs and nuts im not worried about excessive wear on the bearing however Saftey is of the upmost importance
 

Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
Almost a month later but the specs fit the dsm perfectly also added a new tool box to the shop

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Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
Well slowly things are falling in line with the heat reaching 115 inside the shop I haven’t been out there much in the last two months and helping another friend get his daily running had put a stop to any real work on the car plus iv been kinda putting off working on the last bit of the brake lines to the rear just because I have to get under the car however I had to shim the clutch and run all of the boost reference hoses plumb the electronic boost controller and I even put in a dump pipe on the turbo just to get it going for now it’s been a ton of small things all adding together and sadly I won’t be able to run my COP till I get a spark box it’s one of the last pieces to this puzzle for me
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Jacob hoke

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Jul 5, 2016
West Valley, Utah
Was a little buisy trying to get the car ready for yep fest all of the brake lines have been ran however somehow my prop valve decided it wanted to seize up and the front brakes don’t get fluid other than that she’s finally back on the ground on all 4s still has yet to start I have to chase down some wiring gremlins and also helped a buddy fit a gt3582R into his galant vr4 I’ll have to get some photos of the brake lines and how they are ran

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