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Old 12-01-2020, 16:02   #1
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end of teather

so, finishing stages of reshelling my V and wire all engine up, sort rear plumbing, new clutch line, bleed it,
test clutch and crack, the clip that holds release bearing pops.
so im gussing only way to sort is pull it apart again,
which i dont want to do.

brand new clutch and light fly from rossport. all checked and double checked and it does this.

what im getting at im torn between acutually finishing it

or selling everything, both cars all parts and being done with it.
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Old 12-01-2020, 16:28   #2
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just a list roughly or what i have

i have a unfinished reshell project.
first car. stripped, but has glass doors and bootlid. hubs, suspension arms. rear bumper and flocked dash, rotted rear legs and a bent front leg

car 2 is a almost built gsr. with 7 rs rear diff, with brand new rs bushes in rear and engine bushes
brand new clutch and flywheel from rossport.
lightweight north south bar with rs bushes.
newly white coated wheels from a seven and a set of original 5 wheels.
braided fuel setup
superpro poly arb bushes
all brand new timing gear from rossport
braided clutch and brake lines.
6 point safety devices both in cage
8mm ht leads
hks hard boost pipe kit,
apexi airfilter
braided lines for turbo
silicone coolent hoses
mishimoto radiator
momo steering wheel with pop off boss
autowatch alarm
hks silent power exhaust
professionly shortened and balenced propshaft
ds2500 pads ebc rear discs and dba grooved front discs
apex springs on tired bilstien shocks
triple gauge in centre of dash
front and rear alloy braces, rs boot brace and door hinge to inner wing brace,
cusco under brace
most parts are brand new.
some parts arent even fitted yet

after a price for both cars and parts please.
i dont want to break it, but i dont want to pull gearbox off to fix the issue.
totally exhausted with it now.

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Old 12-01-2020, 16:52   #3
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You have DS2500 pads....

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Old 12-01-2020, 17:44   #4
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If you’ve nearly finished it and want to keep it, you could always take it to someone that knows what they are doing to fix it for you, then sell any remaining good parts to cover the bill?
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Just sell up if not feeling it anymore and put money into something that gets you interested. Evos just arenít worth the hassle theses days truth be told.
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Just sell up if not feeling it anymore and put money into something that gets you interested. Evos just arenít worth the hassle theses days truth be told.
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Old 12-01-2020, 20:30   #7
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You've put a lot into it so far, I know it's greif and hassle but it'll be worth it in the end

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Would be silly to stop now. Just push on through the winter and you'll have it ready for the nice summer months.
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Old 13-01-2020, 15:31   #9
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Keep going my friend, we all have **** days my clio v6 has chucked abs light on after new sensors and shot blast Refurb suppose the abs rings want doing now .

Carry on be worth it in the end your capable of finishing don’t need some specialst to take the final glory.

If all else fails flog it evo aren’t nothing special if the love affairs gone .
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Old 13-01-2020, 17:01   #10
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Big projects will always have their ups and downs, have yourself a cup of tea and try not to think about it for a bit the motivation will soon return and you'll have no qualms doing what you need.

Ive been building a CR500 supermoto since 2017 and the POS is still leaking oil and coolant after ive done a full rebuild i know how you feel lol
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Old 14-01-2020, 20:42   #11
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thanks for the replys.
ive learned there is a stronger clip. so looking into that.
propper spat my dummy sunday. toys totally thrown,
mainly as its being done on axel stands in a hay shed.
just a few more days added onto the build pulling the box again, just glad i didnt fit prop and exhaust before bleeding the clutch up.
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Old 09-02-2020, 18:44   #12
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decided, the way personal circumstances are, its all going for sale.
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Old 09-02-2020, 19:16   #13
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is there a company that would buy both cars from me for a fair price. or am i best splitting it all myself.
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