Discussion in 'E9 Projects and Restorations' started by aearch, Jan 29, 2016.
It’s like an auto flavoured version of Words with friends
I just noticed that Alan was ahead of his time. Look at the new Roundel, Page 40, Mark Zak made an M10 engine from cardboard!
RIDICULOUS 20 THOUSAND TO FIX WIRING AND START THE ENGINE
As I promised, I made a 50% adjustment in the shop rate, to help get the
Current can now flow where it is required to make the engine operate, whew!!
I'm really looking forward to finishing the initial calibrations, cranking
the engine, and then making some heat, followed by a proper break-in cycle
on the chassis dyno, and finally, tuning through the planned operating
I am in Vermont collecting a car to sell, in order to proceed with work on your car.
I am taking advantage of this opportunity out of necessity.
I will be back in the shop on Wednesday, and best case, return to starting your engine.
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