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Thread: What have you done to your DeLorean today?

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    Senior Member nkemp's Avatar
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    My VIN:    897 5 spd,

    Quote Originally Posted by DMC5180 View Post
    That’s want adjustable control links are for.
    Agreed ... but I've seen other cars that have similar lowering kits without the severe camber ... which gets one thinking ... is there another issue that needs fixing. Are there differences in the frames/suspension that I'm dealing with?
    Nick
    - No matter how many people believe in a dumb idea ... it is still a dumb idea!
    - Some cars look fast. Some cars look faster than time!
    - The question is not "where did the time go" but rather "where to go in time".

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    Building VIN 952.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DMC-81 View Post
    Nice work! Yes, here is the picture:

    It's a photo of JZD and Giorgetto Giugiaro with the first wooden mockup of what would become the DeLorean. When I first looked, I almost didn't notice the front grill badge with the "JZD" lettering.

    Source: http://www.curbsideclassic.com/autom...s-coincidence/
    This is such an amazingly cool photo.
    '86 BMW 325es
    '96 BMW M3
    '12 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    '81 DeLorean
    '16 BMW X1

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    Building VIN 952.
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    Replaced both door sill seals with new rubber, cleaned off all original adhesive from the stainless steel plates, put new rivets on each end and reinstalled with new stainless steel screws.
    '86 BMW 325es
    '96 BMW M3
    '12 Jeep Grand Cherokee
    '81 DeLorean
    '16 BMW X1

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    Modified the radiator fan system to run on two relays and two circuit breakers.
    DMCF rebuild 2008, Stage II, Eibach

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    My friends think I'm nuts jawn101's Avatar
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    My VIN:    02100

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    Got my new tires installed. They look awesome!
    Jon
    1981 DMC-12 #02100. July 1981. 5-speed, black, grooved w/flap.
    restoration log, April 2012 to present
    restoration log, March 2011 to April 2012
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    Quite a few things today:

    Installed my new binnacle that I've been sitting on for 5 years (bought in this thread)

    Replaced the instrument cluster printed circuitboard while I had it off (DeloreanGo)
    Replaced the circuitboard hardware with brass nuts/washers
    Tested my fuel gauge and low fuel light (using instructions in this thread indicating my low fuel light was a bad LED. Found/fixed a few other bad LEDs at the same time.

    Replaced the gas cap because I've got an emissions test coming up soon and it will fail for cracked rubber (DeloreanGo)

    Replaced drivers window switch canon plug (DeloreanGo). The old one was melty and mishapen giving me a bad/intermittent connection. But now neither window moves at all. Gotta check my fuses.

    Installed new floormats (DeloreanGo). Looks good.
    5 speed, grooved hood, grey interior (Nov '81)
    Spax Shocks, DCUK springs, Delorean.eu LCA brackets, DPNW Poly swaybar bushings, DMCMW shock tower bar, Deloreana.com convex mirrors, DPNW Toby Tabs, DPI cat-less exhaust, C4 Corvette third brake light, PJ Grady tail light boards, Bitsyncmaster relays

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    I started on my next project courtesy of Mr. McKeen and his awesome products.
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    DMCF rebuild 2008, Stage II, Eibach

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    Senior Member Chris 16409's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFI View Post
    I started on my next project courtesy of Mr. McKeen and his awesome products.
    60C519E3-E445-4EA6-A57B-34FF62DF15FB.jpg
    Let us know how the fuel sender ECU box works.
    Chris Miles

    For Better or Worse I own a DeLorean!
    1983 Grey Manual, VIN #16409, Fresno, California

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris 16409 View Post
    Let us know how the fuel sender ECU box works.
    So far so good. Dave programs it to match your sending units high/low readings prior to shipping. It’s reading correctly now but the real test will be tomorrow’s drive.
    DMCF rebuild 2008, Stage II, Eibach

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    Runs flawlessly on mine - 10k miles later!

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris 16409 View Post
    Let us know how the fuel sender ECU box works.

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