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Discussion Starter · #61 ·
Bought a new rearside-coolanthose and installed it because when in the car it's a PITA to change:


Bolted the thermostat-housing and coolantpipes back in place, fitted a new OEM thermostat:




Re-routed the throttlebody-heater hoses so the trottleboday won't heat up because of coolant flowing trough it:




Put the oilfilterhousing back in place:




And i've put the header back on with a Cometic MLS gasket:


 

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Discussion Starter · #62 ·
Removing all unwanted wiring...


Mounted the Catcams and timing chain.












Bolting everything back in place...














 

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nice GSPec pulleys! i still can't believe how clean your living room engine is!
 

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Dutch people are tidy....
 

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Love the progress and that she now runs, when is the first planned outing for the track weapon?
 

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It runs he took it to the track also but there might be a problem with the headgasket and some sparkplugs were in very bad state, overheating might be the cause. Wout will probably tell the rest....
 

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It's been a while... :shifty:

Anyway, haedgasket didn't seal properly. Took the VET-gasket and ARP studs out. Put in OEM DE-gasket and OEM headbolts. Perfect! No issues so far.

Took the car of the road to make it a proper racecar. Currently it's at a shop to get a FIA rollcage fitted:










Next weekend it's back in my garage to be build up again, to get it ready for Dutch Time Attack Championship :)
 

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NICE! That cage looks proper.

VET head gaskets and ARP head studs do not get along. ARP head studs for SR20s are junk in general. Sorry you had to find out the hard way. :(
 

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Well, at least i found out without killing a complete engine. 2 days and some money and she was good to go! :)
 

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nice work man. glad to see people still using these cars.
 
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