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Old 12-03-2014, 01:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is the list of things I ordered so far including off the top of my head prices (rounded off for easy math):

-Boosted Performance Turbo = $8000 (shipping was big $$)
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-Z1 motor mounts = $200 installed
-OEM clutch master = $110 installed
-Z1 break line = $130
-Z1 rear differential kit= $270 installed

-Specialty Z clutch/flywheel 6-puck kit= $1500 installed
-Engine main seal = $30


*Estimated total so far = $10,240
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-Craftsman's 334pc tool set = $190

*new estimated total + $10,430

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-Famuto = $20 installed
-Solar guard tint = $120 installed
-focal 6.5" Access speakers = $150 (got it for a steal!) installed
-Type R shallow 12" = $300 (got this for a steal too) instealled
-Kenwood ddx470 = $250 installed
-wires and cables = $120 installed
-FI CBE non resonated= $1300 installed

*New total = $12,690
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-Titanium heat wrap = $90
-Turbosmart EBC = $300

*New Total = 13,080

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-CSF 3X pass radiatior and radiator hoses = $700

*New Total = $13,780
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Innovative All in One Wideband = $170

Drill press = $150
estimated assorted tools, bits, fasteners, ect. = $250

**New total estimate = $14,350
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SPL rear camber arms ~$285
Z1 urethane trans mounts ~$200
SPC two bolts ~$20

**New total 14,850
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The only thing left is the tune From Jtrans

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Rear differential bushing and finned cover install.

DIY: Whiteline rear differential bushings

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You going to tackle the rear diff bushing install yourself?
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You going to tackle the rear diff bushing install yourself?
I plan to do everything in my garage except the motor mounts. The rear diff bushing don't look that hard. It looks like it may be time consuming but it can't be that hard. I have plenty of beer if you wan tot come over.



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Dude I've heard nothing but nightmares about the rear diff bushings. I'll help with a lot of things but even I farmed that one out. Awesome Z did the job and even they said it was a **********.

I am almost a pro at the kit install now if you need a hand and I'm available I don't mind assisting.
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Dude I've heard nothing but nightmares about the rear diff bushings. I'll help with a lot of things but even I farmed that one out. Awesome Z did the job and even they said it was a **********.

I am almost a pro at the kit install now if you need a hand and I'm available I don't mind assisting.
I was going to do the diff bushing myself. You're scaring me.
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I plan to do everything in my garage except the motor mounts. The rear diff bushing don't look that hard. It looks like it may be time consuming but it can't be that hard. I have plenty of beer if you wan tot come over.



And some liquor (old pic so some are gone or replaced with something else)


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The Patron is almost gone. That 1.5L is now 300ml. There are 2 big bottle of 1800 in the back that you can't see.
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I'm adding to the mix of stuff I bought for the boost project, Craftsman's 334pc mechanic's tool set. I'm going to take all the old stuff out of the tool chest and bring it to my dad's place.



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That's a good start on tools. Bless the man who invented the ratcheting box wrench
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The rear diff bushing is not that bad. Did it in under 6 hours (with pizza and beer breaks) using jack stands
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This set of ratcheting box wrenches is the first set I ever owned. I always known them as "speed wrenches." I have always wanted them and now I do. This tool set is plenty enough for all the things I do with my car. I think it covers just about everything. Well, almost everything as I think I need a few more extensions and a wobble bit or two.

I have looked at the DIY thread on the rear diff and it don't seem that bad. The radiator looks like it will take more time than the rear diff. I plan to do the rear diff when I drop my trans. I just have to leave my car in hover mode for a few days that's all.

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