2. theholycow, registered April 2008 also, not squeezing every drop of fuel like I used to. Kinda worn-out on dispensing the same advice, arguing the same points, and dealing with the same gimmick posts.
I am a pretty new member here been registered since last month..Currently I am working on getting a jdm d15b vtec-e installed and running correctly in my honda Del Sol I have owned since i was 16. I use to have a racing motor in it and use to race it around. It has now changed into my economy car since its not our daily driver. I removed my racing motor and replaced it with a vtec-e motor trying to get the best mpg i can with it. I am currently running it off a p28 ecu which is the wrong one for the motor and recently purchased the p07 to run it right. Just need the 5 wire o2 sensor before i can put it in the car without getting the check engine light to come on if i were to run the po7..
Rusty here bout to sell rusty. Just rebuilding the suspension on the vx and comfort upgrades. New seats are in the works. Recently installed vx wheels replaced front bushings added front sway bar. About to insulate and rustproof the rear. Quiet down the road noise. Debating about full belly pan or front aero mods. Added a clock and intermittent wipers.
Wow...I forgot when I regeistered...it probably says over on the left side of the screen. Right now my Geo is still kaputt...I have a line on another engine, but it's about 100 miles away, and I have all these honey-dos. Maybe next Sunday, I might be able to pick it up. Then I have to rebuild it...
Haven't done a gaslog (diesellog?) for my Mercedes...the odometer is still broken, and it has been low on my list of priorities. Besides...it's kinda nice to drive around a car that perpetually has 59,012 miles on it...
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