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Old 10-17-2007, 05:17 PM   #1
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This sure is tough and thirsty work.

I can't believe how new this unit is.
It can't have more than a couple thou miles on it.

No that isn't beer I spilled, it'* almost fresh SC oil and it doesn't smell too bad.


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What'* next Bill

Oh can I.....can I...... Please......
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Gen3 M62, top shelf in the garage above the compressor. It'* a little dirtier than that GenV.

Have it cracked open by the time I get home from work, or you're grounded.
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LMAO

what are the plans for this one? just porting and polishing work?
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No that isn't beer I spilled, it'* almost fresh SC oil and it doesn't smell too bad.
When I changed the oil in my Jenny 5 before the motor started she was clean also

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What'* next Bill

Can I start grinding now.....
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Sending a GenV your way. Get to it!!!
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Oh Bill you did say to disassemble the Green SLE SC didn't you......Good cause I couldn't get it started so thought it might be because I removed the SC

......I hope so because the one on the shelf was too dirty.
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GenV M90 ready for porting/polishing, along with it'* L32 LIM for Pdad/Pmom/Bone-Evil. They'll be picking it up personally in December. (Pdad still hasn't sent me the TB adapter for it)

Gen3 M62 will be rebuilt, ported, polished, and machined for an intercooler. Then coated.

2 Series 1 L67 LIM'* to port and polish (two different specs). One for me, one for another member.
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Tearing a bit deeper, and into other stuff:

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Top row, GenV rotors on the left, Gen3 on the right (M90'* for both). Rotors are actually the same length and diameter.

Bottom row L is Gen 3 M62, R is Gen2 M62.



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And a "mystery member'*" non-walled Series 1 L67 LIM:
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If I was your landlord you'd be kicked out for doing that to the dishwasher lol
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