Finally got an around to putting the fuel tank in. It was a little tight with the stock straps and the filler neck was a little high up. Both of which I expected. For the neck I stuck a long pry bar in the filler neck and gently pulled down on it.
While I used new straps with my tank swap, I too had to pry my filler tube down a bit also.Finally got an around to putting the fuel tank in. It was a little tight with the stock straps and the filler neck was a little high up. Both of which I expected. For the neck I stuck a long pry bar in the filler neck and gently pulled down on it. View attachment 231084 View attachment 231085
Better then than in a parking lot somewhere!Put on the Bilstein AK shocks on the rear. What a difference over the KYB Gas-A-Just shocks that were on it. Nice and solid and no more metal on metal.
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Also took care of the leaky thermostat.
When I got to my friend’s house to do the work, I went to start the car to pull it into his shop only to find out the starter took a crap. So, also did the starter too.
Sorry for the late reply on this! I have to call and ask exactly what he did, but basically he built it to handle around 600hp. I'm shooting for high 400s to the crank, so I have plenty of wiggle room there! Based on the cam specs/gear/tire/etc. I had him do a 3000ish converter in it as well.Very nice what upgrades did the shop do for your 200r4? And how much hp is it handling
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