introducing myself

Please post a pic of yourself or your car tell us about yourself and let us know where you are from.
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thank you!
here is another one.
got my car back today, wow it is fast,
they changed the brakebooster and the braking is finally like it should.
cleaned up all the messy wiring and tubing, put back the original airfilterhousing.
i will keep you informed how it goes!
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Marc,

Are the intake runners by Beninca?

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No, my mechanic made them himself

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Well , I think you have won the award of the prettiest centre plenum 24v conversion . :D Have You got any more pics of the pick up sensor on pulley and alternator attachment . Always good to see how others do it . ( and steal ideas 8)

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i will have a look Kevin...
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you can see how the runners fit the inlet
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Hey, what kind of belt tensioner is that?! That isn't a 156 or a 164 one!!! Interesting! Is it a fixed tensioner? Looks like you took the spring assembly off a 156 unit and made it fixed.

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i don't know what tensioner it is? it is a new 156 or 147 engine.

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It's a 147 style, but where is the spring? Looks like this is a modified 147 style but it doesn't allow for movement. It's a fixed style tensioner.

Kevin? JK? Bazza?

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