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Bram van Damme

Petrolhead that loves all cars, especially track minded cars
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Bram van Damme18 days ago

While doing a service on the supercharger clutch, i found that the exessive play in the pully, was actually the the play between the bearing and the seating surface. The outer bearing race has turned blue and the axial and radial seats are gone. A new clutch assembly is about $600+. So I will have to sleeve it I think.

Bram van Damme20 days ago

Got another supercharger and my 3D printed intake "mold" fits perfectly! Next step is the exhaust side.

Bram van Damme38 days ago

So i found out that my supercharger is not original :( Instead of the original SC which is a Japanese brand as far as i can find. it was fitted with a model coming off a SLK Mercedes. a 230 Kompressor, so size wise it is close enough. The part i'm happy about the fact it is a Eaton M62 which inspires confidence. Now i'm left with the botched intake. So i decided i would draw, print and cast it in aluminum. tall order

Bram van Damme45 days ago

Bleeding brakes with someone who doesn't undestand the principle of it can be a real excercise in frustration and patience. So i made a brake bleed tool. I borrowed one from a friend of mine but it did not fit. This works like a charm.

Bram van Damme56 days ago

Just looking into that botched piece of tubing leading into the supercharger. That piece of scaffold tubing has to go!

[]Yves Vds

It isn't beautiful, but it looks very sturdy.

Bram van Damme61 days ago

Drove the car from The Netherlands to the end of Poland (1500km) to find out that the supercharger was loose. Turns out the previous owner had made custom brackets to fit it. It looks like these brackets were welded by a blind retard with his feet, booger welds all over. Only 2 out of 4 bolts we still tightend, the bracket was cracked and loose. I managed to patch it up with some stainless lockwire and drove it to

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[]Yves Vds

Weren't you experiencing belt slip? The tiniest bit of movement of the supercharger will affect how tight the belt is on the pulleys. Good that you got it sorted now.

[]Bram van Damme

The belt is wrapped quite tight around the pulley and it runs 0,5 bar pressure, so I did not notice any slip. Also the play in it was perpendicular to the tension on the belt.

Bram van Damme402 days ago

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Bram van Damme402 days ago

Not your average neighbours.

Bram van Damme423 days ago

Get a practical car they said.... so i did! Ready to go camping.

Bram van Damme430 days ago

This is one of my top 10 favorite tools  it's a mini ratchet with the narrowest size possible, easily usable in tight corners that would normallyonly be accessible to an allen wrench. it also has a very small ratchet angle and it comes with a screwdriver handle and an extension piece. https://www.newmantools.com/wfmc.htm

Bram van Damme431 days ago

Cute little Honda, at first I think what a nice little classic and then my mind goes: Motorcycle engine swap!!!! Am I a bad person?

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[]Carlos Julien Jr

Noo. I love a high revving sleeper! Fully built turbo zx1400 sleeper....

[]Chad Ploski

Not at all sir!

[]Mark Koshinski

Nope! Extra power with a small footprint.

[]Timothy Markworth

Nothing wrong with keeping a classic car road relevant.

Bram van Damme432 days ago

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Bram van Damme432 days ago

Sunshine brings out the aquaphobic cars too.

Bram van Damme434 days ago

Beautiful Opels

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[]Ernie Szots

Super cool and looking killer on those mesh wheels.

[]Mark Koshinski

Wow! Those are beautiful!

Bram van Damme434 days ago

Switzerland has got some nice rides

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[]Brian Huntoon

Classic.

[]Basir Khan

Is that an Alpina?

[]Bram van Damme

Not an BMW expert but i think so.

Bram van Damme436 days ago

In Singapore there is no shortage of supercars!

Bram van Damme678 days ago

Some Polish guy is building the General Mitsubishi. :)

Bram van Damme685 days ago

Jaguar XJR 15

Bram van Damme688 days ago

Tool time! This is a must have tool for every mechanic. It's a combination of a pipe wrench and a bench vise. It has a smooth jaw, so when used wisely it does not damage a nut or bolt. I've even used it to press in dowel pins in places where other tools can't reach.

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Bram van Damme691 days ago

de Macross Epique GT1, was featured on Jay Leno's Garage and it was at Goodwood 2012. I think it looks bad ass!

Bram van Damme692 days ago

The Kadet B of a good friend of mine. He did a great restoration, even painting the thing! The color is Honda Goldwing Red, i doubted his choice, but the finished result looks damn nice.

Bram van Damme697 days ago

Is a 3D printer an added value to your work shop? To start with...I'm an engineer so a lot of things that look easy or do-able to me, might seem difficult to others. Is 3D printing an added value for your garage? Simple answer : Yes! About a year ago, I started taking notice of the resolution of 3D printers, and of the ease of building one. after puzzling a bit to figure out what i want and need, i decided on a

Bram van Damme698 days ago

A vintage Toyota Crown, it was completely restored by a colleague of mine.

Bram van Damme703 days ago

Great use of a M engine!

Bram van Damme703 days ago

Some classic Fords at a dealer in Belgium

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