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Old 12-10-2012, 06:19 AM
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Officially Welcomed to the 'Fest
Location: Coral Springs
 
Join Date: Feb 2007
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Mein Auto: 1986 327is
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Originally Posted by markseven View Post
Where dem 24V short tubes at???

Robert at E30 MotorWerks did the valve adjustment. He played a shell game that required two shims swapped. I trust only pro's for certain tasks

Thank you, I am trying to maintain this car well. My wife lets me indulge this car because I don't spend money on anything else. No sports, video games, home entertainment, gambling, smart phones, nothing. Cars and that's it

Hope you and Condor will motor west for Bimmerfest 2013!
Awesome. Robert is a good guy. We will be installing one of his Spec motors in an e30 soon. You got lucky that it was just a swap of the shims, the kits aren't close to being cheap.

We will see about the 'fest, it's a hike for us - I am concentrating on getting my competition license this year, going to revive the Delphin car for Spec

I won't keep cluttering up your thread with babble, carry on - but post more pics!
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