I've got my car all RW now. The total cost was around $190 including the cost of the certificate. Is that a budget RW or what! Quite proud of myself Getting reg and plates on Friday hopefully so who wants to go cruising? :D:D
Anyway, to the point. I've go the opportunity to buy a cheap EF and am wondering if I should get it and do the BBM, serpentine belt and thermofan conversion to the car before I start on other mods like an exhaust, extractors and cam. Is it a good start before other mods?
Rmyers is there much difference in power/noise/smoothness?
Would anyone be interested in some of the other parts off the EF besides the things I want to take? Most of the car is stuffed (Taxi) but the motor isn't bad apparently. It has fully sick column shift auto, snapped off indicator stalk, baby spiders in the driver's door jamb and almost every panel is dented. Electrics and other bits are OK though
I can also get some AU Thermofan sets for around $120 each including shroud and stuff. Would anyone be interested?
Re: Car's almost on the road :D Starting mods soon...
Lol, I don't exactly know how good it is yet coz I haven't really driven the car properly once it was all in, never got her workin right since Umm there is certainly a power difference, went from CFi to the BBM so I can't exactly comment on how much the BBM gave as most of the difference wold have come from the mpfi conversion. Au thermo's also sound like a vacuum cleaner when they trun on so It hasn;t really made the car any quieter either lol...
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