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I didn't read all the way through it...just kinda skimmed the pics...but I wonder if he did what so many pros do and replace the standard fuel lines and fittings with real steel braided lines and aeroquip fittings? I feel for him and the money he spent, but I noticed alot of things he was kinda naive about....I am going to undertake a build of the 93GT as soon as I finish my current project....I already know that I will be spending around 10,000 in parts and supplies...all my labor is free....with the exception of the machine shop...being a mechanic has some advantages...it's going to be fun...plus I plan on learning the fine art of bodywork during some evening classes...and hope to be able to do my own work when the rest of the car is done....
 

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This is what happens when you have too much free time, too much money, and no women.

Still, I admire his persistence in this project. If I saw a project like that on fire, I'd just scream hail mary and jump in the flaming car and die.
 

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siragan said:
This is what happens when you have too much free time, too much money, and no women.

Still, I admire his persistence in this project. If I saw a project like that on fire, I'd just scream hail mary and jump in the flaming car and die.
:( I purposely didn't comment - just posted the link - wanted to see what the Honda Haters on this site would say. Just looking at the pics and reading what text there was, gave me the impression he had just shrugged his shoulders and started again - such tenacity - can't believe it was at all that way.

I totally agree with you siragan - I would have done the same as you but would probably have said something other than "hail mary!!" :lol:
 

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bummer of a fire no matter what car it happens to... putting a high fuel pressure on a rubber line though is pretty universally stupid.

I'm not to sure about taking a grinder to a connecting rod!?!?!! I'd want it balaned nicely... I doubt he had the equipment to do that!
 

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Mazdaspeedwest!! Props on your site, that really helped me install my RX-7 VAF. Kewl ****. Love your protege too. It's tizight.

I purposely didn't comment - just posted the link - wanted to see what the Honda Haters on this site would say.
honda haters, honda lovers, I don't give a **** who you are, what this guy did was simply amazing. You have GOT to give him props for that. The time, money, and effort invested are evident of seemingly infinite either passionate or dimented motivation.

And if you saw that small video clip, the guy says something like "yippity" or "hey buddy" when the car starts up. Um... I dunno if he was dropped on his head or he's had a few too many beers, but it's kinda creepy to say the least.
 

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I will give him full kudos for a job really well done. To build the car up like that...then it burns down then to rebuild it totally again......amazing....truely amazing! :D Ford or Honda people gotta give him respect for not giving up on his truely amazing machine.
 
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