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  1. Bilstein - B1 (Components) Front and Rear Active to Passive Suspension Conversion KitMFR# 50-174546$407.65
  2. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-255605$416.67
  3. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-255636$458.33
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  5. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-255650$541.67
  6. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-256503$458.33
  7. Bilstein - Air Suspension SpringMFR# 44-047023$3,056.33
  8. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-255643$458.33
  9. Bilstein - Air Suspension SpringMFR# 44-121167$1,389.67
  10. Bilstein - B1 OE Replacement (Air) Air Suspension CompressorMFR# 10-256510$458.33
  11. Bilstein - B4 OE Replacement (Air) Front Air Suspension SpringMFR# 44-042295$867.00
  12. Bilstein - B4 OE Replacement (Air) Front Air Suspension SpringMFR# 44-069483$1,146.00
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Gregory Garoppolo10 hours ago

I’ve been living in my new place for a couple of months now and it’s the first place that I’ve had free reign of a full garage and driveway. I still enjoy it, and th view when I open up in the morning. :-) #teamwheelwell #forthebuild

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[]Skylar Siegel

wow, that banner looks right at home on an 850.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

I'm thinking I might setup both of the 850s with the banners. I can't put it on the S4 because I'm too damn tall! LOL. I already duck to see traffic lights as it is, when I drive that car.

[]Skylar Siegel

Ha! I know the feeling! I mean, ANYTHING looks good on an 850. One of my top favorites.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

They really are a fun and under-apreciated platform. You can pick anything that's not an R for next to nothing these days.

[]Skylar Siegel

I've noticed! It's highly tempting. I dream of finding a turbo/manual one thats NOT an R. From what I've read about them, the regular block actually has more power potential than the R block because the cylinders are spaced further and thus less susceptible to ovaling under lots of boost. Have you done a manual swap on yours?

[]Gregory Garoppolo

I have not done the swap but I have specked it all the way out and gotten a quote on performing the job. I can get the stuff necessary for between $350 to $650 and then ARD Tuning, which is about 10 miles away, can reprogram the computer. They also perform the swaps, which are not terribly expensive either, it can be done for under $2000, with a good amount of price variation depending on how the parts are sourced.

The RN engines are the best engines to have, they came in the S60Rs and have forged internals, but you cannot easily use the head in an 850, the 850 head bolts onto the bottom end. That engine isn't that hard to get your hands on either, so much so that building an early block doesn't make that much sense, IMO.

[]Skylar Siegel

Yeah, that is an absolutely incredible engine. Allegedly the stock capabilities of an 850 are around a reliable 290-300hp though which is plenty for a daily for me especially after a manual swap!

[]Gregory Garoppolo

Exactly! The only thing you need to get more out of that engine though are rods, that's what fails. Poorly maintained cars can crank walk a bit as well, but the engines are so plentiful that I wouldn't pull an engine to check, I'd just change the rods and maybe pistons, and then you just slap a 19T on there and make like 350HP instead of 280-290 with a 16T. I forget where the stock 15G tops out.

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[]Skylar Siegel

Yeah, one could pick up a good quality 850 for less than the swap so once it's done it'll still be budget! In all likelihood it'll probably be my next project/daily. It's funny, every time I go to PDX I see a ridiculous amount of modded 850s. IPD is up there and some others too

[]Gregory Garoppolo

We do love our Volvos here! I think that I could probably buy an 850 T5, manual swap it, and perform a few other upgrades to make it near 300HP for under $4000 fairly easily.

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#BMW #E39 #2003 #525i #Euro #Project_car #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Found an empty spot next to the Mercedes Benz version of my E39: a C230. A quick search showed that this one was from the same exact era as my car. Not an amazing thing but still fun to think about.

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[]Caleb Krebs

I'm a bmw fan to the end! But I love Mercedes as well!! And that model specifically is a cool one, but hey, your e39 is clean man!!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Yeah, for the mileage this one is surprisingly nice. I've got some cleanup to do on it but it's a solid base to work from.

At the very least my cars rival is a decent looking one, lol

[]Caleb Krebs

Yeah, that's for sure! Don't worry, yours is better😂😉

[]Ernie Szots

Ha, fun stuff for sure.

[]Hayden Baker

The E39 has aged SO much better than the equivalent Mercedes.

Does anyone knows if I can fit a Volvo v8 engine with 2 turbochargers in a BMW X5?

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[]Sebastian Nounou

Are the turbo’s tucked rearward symmetrically?

[]George Oikonomakis

Yes

[]Sebastian Nounou

You might have issues with the steering shaft.

Robert Sixto2 hours ago

Looking for opinions, just pulled the leading plugs on the RX-7 post dyno tune, not many miles on these. I think they look ok, a little dark, but the ceramic is a nice even coffee brown. Thoughts anyone?

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[]Sebastian Nounou

That looks optimal IMO.

[]Maggie Johnson

I agree they look fine to me

[]Sebastian Nounou

How many Wankel engines have you worked on?

Maggie Johnson1 hour ago

Sorry for the quality but this was one badass truck at the show😍

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[]Caleb Krebs

That thing is freaking clean!!!

[]Maggie Johnson

You should’ve seen it in person...I was obsessed!

[]Caleb Krebs

I believe it! If it looks that good in picture, I can't imagine it in person.

CJ Tallentire5 hours ago

The purple lude 👌🏽 do I go coil overs or air ride? 🤔 #carporn #purple #advice #honda ❤️

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[]Tom Armstrong

Is this your first post? If so welcome to the Team!

As​ Maggie mentioned, I agree the Eibach pro kit is the best place to start with suspension. The drop is about 1" so you wont get any rub so long as your wheel offset isnt huge(wheels and tires stick out far). The progressive springs feel great and the kit is relatively inexpensive​.

[]Maggie Johnson

I asked the same thing recently and was helped out big time they told me to check out https://eibach.com/us/c-56-car-truck-suv.html

Jennifer Leung3 hours ago

Some guy just tried to spit on my car on the highway because he didn’t merge correctly when we got on the highway. He was supposed to merge with me in the first place, he was running me off the road 😂😂😂 #intro #mazda #rant #speed3 #carporn #advice

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[]Maggie Johnson

I yell to myself in the car not gonna lie but I can’t stand when people take it too far or they act like you were in the wrong when really they just don’t know how to drive.

[]Robert Sixto

My wife ran into this recently, she wasn't turning left through an intersection fast enough apparently for the maniac behind her. Pisses me off that people can't be adults and keep their heads about them. I shouldn't feel like I might be thrown into a combat situation just driving to/from somewhere.

Jordan Bruno5 hours ago

Wish I wasn't always working and could go do some racing. I'd take anything at this point! How about dome dirt drags!?! Any fans?

[]Robert Sixto

I'm with you on wanting to go racing, seems I either have the money but no time, or time but no money. Never did dirt drags, that sounds ridiculous but also kind of fun. Not sure my RX-7 would be ideal! 😄

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[]Wilson Oberholzer

That's pretty awesome! I would have never thought to use fiberglass to custom notch parts like headlights.

Tom Armstrong1 day ago

I’ve become so disgusted with dealership life I started applying to anything that will expand my expertise. Fixing cars under warranty because people can’t drive has taken its toll on my creative side, gotta get outa this shit-hole industry....

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[]Robert Sixto

I feel you man, had to get out myself, still looking for the next thing.

[]Tom Armstrong

It’s toxic for sure

[]Robert Sixto

It also felt like things were changing for the worse as well, I know other guys that felt that way too. Ultimately I just kind of grew bored of it, and tired of the long hours.

[]Tom Armstrong

Yep that still happening. I need to do a follow up video about how becoming a master tech may not be worth the effort anymore

[]Robert Sixto

I wouldn't do that, maybe not with that exact angle/approach. Instead maybe just highlight the challenges and considerations when making that career choice. Otherwise it might just come off as sour grapes, or put someone off of a career path that might work for them. I guess what I'm saying is, don't bring any emotion into it.

[]Tom Armstrong

It’s not me telling lies, it’s the truth of the industry. The amount of studying and testing it requires to become a master is far more detailed than people know. Revolving recertification tests from ASE plus whatever manufacturers certifications, and not to mention I went a step further and got the L1 cert...plus diagnostic tools and equipment, plus training and quality checks of your team members.....all for $28/hr

Management doesn’t really care if you stay or go, it’s all numbers to them. If they can pay a 20yr old $16/hr to do half-assed work they don’t care

[]Robert Sixto

Oh I know it man, I'm not saying you wouldn't be telling the truth, I'm just saying lay the facts out and let the reader/viewer decide for themselves if the training/effort is worth it. If you flavor it with too much anger and personal frustration, it can taint your message. People might read it as, "that was a him problem" instead of just being the facts of life in the industry.

[]Randy Gross

Good luck on the job search! Something new and interesting may came your way!

[]Sammie Robertson

Can't let your hobby become mundane, good luck on the new job search!

[]Bryan Holmberg

I know how you fell man I work at a John Deere dealership for construction equipment and people really fuck shit up and warranty problems always suck we have one customer that just destroyed a 13.5l engine $62,000 mistake not covered by warranty

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Tobias Linder12 hours ago

Yes. That's electrical cables pinched between the intake manifold and the head. I am the best. #rant #diy

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[]Randy Gross

At least you caught it before start-up!

[]Tobias Linder

Yeah, and lucky I did too. That would've been one hell of a boost leak. Caught it just as I was installing new o-rings into the injectors. Couldn't believe my eyes. It must've fallen down there while I was struggling to fit the intake manifold in place. It's not a lot of room there.

[]Randy Gross

I understand, wrestling the intake into line with the bolt holes while trying to thread that one damn bolt that won't start and hoping the gasket wont shift, while you have what feels like a half inch of space to maneuver everything!

[]Robert Sixto

Lol, happens to the best of us man, like Randy said, at least you caught it!

[]Ernie Szots

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Joost Van Dien10 hours ago

It seems a trend. Standard replacement parts which are so bad that if can wreck you car. Engine parts, electrical stuff or mechanical stuff in general, it seems a trend. So bad that I was scared to order an replacement oil pump for my coming engine build. Hence the reason I bought an oil pump that has been build to a high spec. The pump is a standard pump which has been dismanteled and the bad quality parts taken

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[]Gregory Garoppolo

Are you working on the engine for the MK1?

[]Joost Van Dien

Nope, that engine is in the UK currently. Didn’t have time for it and as it is such a rare engine I wanted a trusted company to do it.
The engine I will build is an upgrade for my red mk2. Engine I rebuild 5 years ago and now needs an upgrade. Going from 4 to 5 speed, new ported and fully flowed head with double valve springs. Correct cam with that head, 1.5 roller rockers, new rings, new balanced crank and light flywheel setup with viscous damper and race grade bearings, venier timing gears, new exhaust manifold.. and probably forgetting stuff.

[]Robert Sixto

Good call, the oil pump is one of those things that's easy to overlook and simply use OE again. Sometimes it pays to research and find out if you can address a potential weak point, even in cars that you'd think were high quality. This is kind of anecdotal, but in a conversation with a first gen NSX owner, I found out the OE oil pump on those can fail under track use with catastrophic results. An upgraded Toda pump was his solution, and money well spent for peace of mind.

[]Randy Gross

Peace of mind. We as car nuts just want to ensure we are putting the best parts in our cars we can and the peace of mind that someone's bad day at work in the car part factory isn't going to wreck our handcrafted machines. Especially if it is something that is in a hard to reach spot, the kind of job you really only want to do once.

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John O'Dell 21 hours ago

I need some #advice So heres my problem, in January '18 I bought a brand new '17 #focusst and then like 3-4 months later ford said they're not making or selling cars anymore in the U.S. except for the mustang. I didn't really think too much about it until the other day when I was at the ford dealership ordering some mountune aftermarket parts. I started talking to the parts guy about ford cancelling those five cars and what

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[]Wilson Oberholzer

I'm sure that there will be other manufacturers making OEM quality parts that will still be available on sites like www.rockauto.com
I know I've gotten some Motocraft parts off of rock auto before but I have no idea what Ford's decision will do for the non-dealer parts supplies

[]John O'Dell

I'm sure rock auto will have all the standard focus stuff but I question whether or not it'll have the ST specific parts that I might need. I just don't know if ST has a big enough following to make it worth while for them.

[]Robert Sixto

I don't know if Ford's policy is different on this, but I'd expect parts to be available for many years to come. The Mountune/aftermarket stuff won't be, I'd guess that's what he meant when he said once they sell it, it's gone. The other stuff though, you figure they need to maintain a supply as long as some of the models are in warranty at the very least. At least in Honda and Mazda, this meant much of the common needed parts were available for well over ten years after the model sold. From there, aftermarket will pick up the slack, and you should have pretty good options there considering this is a popular tuner car.

[]Sebastian Nounou

If you want to be able to walk into a dealer and get parts, you should sell that car.

If you don’t mind doing legwork and research, you should be able to keep yourself afloat. That car is alive and well in other markets.

[]Caleb Krebs

My best thought is agreeing with Wilson, if you really love the car, keep it, more then likely others will make OEM parts, Such as rockauto and places likewise, if it's not a real favorite of yours, sell it and buy yourself a car you really want!

[]Randy Gross

I think the ST aftermarket will pick up, it is a car with a following, like the Mazdaspeed 3. Mazda hasn't made a Speed 3 since the '13 model year. I have no problems finding parts and most of the aftermarket companies that make parts for the Mazdaspeed 3 also are making parts for the ST or plan to. Will you be able to go to the dealer and get these parts? Probably not. But the majority of them are just a few clicks away and can get you anything from a motor mount to a complete built engine that will support over 600 hp.

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Taylor Karas6 hours ago

Engine is knocking, planning on a rebuild with an IAG stage 2 shortblock. Sleeper status?

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