Steve O's Build

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Re: Steve O's Build

Post by aces » 22 Nov 2019, 06:14

Hi Steve!
Wonder if you might have written down all the suspension parts you bought from Mcgill's etc. And if you would like to publish this.
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Post by steveo » 24 Nov 2019, 20:25

I actually did that a while back. You can find it on this thread. Make sure you go to the end of the thread and get the latest version as there have been fixes and updates.
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Post by steveo » 24 Nov 2019, 20:26

Replying to bgkast:

If you pay for materials, postage and say $5 for a beer then I'd be happy to make you some. All good practice on the lathe!

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Post by steveo » 24 Nov 2019, 20:28

Replying to chriss

Of course you can steal the design. Give me a couple of days and I'll have it all in CAD for anyone to have.

P.S. Note to all. I know my images aren't showing up at the moment. Something weird has happened to my website. Working on it....

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Post by aces » 25 Nov 2019, 00:24

I actually did that a while back. You can find it on this thread. Make sure you go to the end of the thread and get the latest version as there have been fixes and updates.
viewtopic.php?f=14&t=784

Looks like the list is gone ?

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Post by steveo » 25 Nov 2019, 04:26

No. It’s stored on my website but there’s a technical issue and it cannot be accessed at the moment. They’re working on it. It’s the same thing that’s causing all my photos not to show up.

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Re: Steve O's Build

Post by aces » 25 Nov 2019, 08:06

Ok Thanks!

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Re: Steve O's Build

Post by bgkast » 25 Nov 2019, 09:29

steveo wrote:
24 Nov 2019, 20:26
Replying to bgkast:

If you pay for materials, postage and say $5 for a beer then I'd be happy to make you some. All good practice on the lathe!
Deal, I'll even buy you a case!

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Re: Steve O's Build

Post by steveo » 25 Nov 2019, 16:31

Quick spurt over the last couple of days!

Firstly Xmas came early with the delivery of some of Wilwood's finest braking products. I could have used the one I had from the Integra but it would have made for an necessarily messy install whereas the Wilwood one makes for a super clean install and allows a really clean lineup from the rack to the steering wheel. It also means I can make the pedal box adjustable, albeit only in a garage but with a few extra holes I can move it up to 9" front to back.

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Also finally (after what has felt like weeks!) finished all of the motor mounts. As I've got four very sturdy mounts already I'm re-purposing what was the main Integra mount into a combined motor mount/torque mount.

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And also finished the new alternator mount. I wasn't able to use the original as the rear suspension is in the way, but the mount that ACura use to mount the power steering and AC pumps has now been re-cycled into a combined motor-mount and alternator mount.

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It's actually starting to feel like it's coming together!

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Re: Steve O's Build

Post by bgkast » 26 Nov 2019, 16:32

Nice! I think I overengineerd my pedal mounts, I like your simple and adjustable version.

Is the alternator mounted to the chassis?

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