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AL49X here It was a walk in the park to install and works well. Need two sets of hands to get the screws loose to clock the timing on it though. They are put together not to come apart.
Well, you aren't far away. I'm close to the north end of 520. If there are any other photos that you need, or want to pay a visit, let me know. Both my S1 and S2 are down right now, but I just got the pats that I need to get the S2 JPS back on the road. What condition is your car in?Subscribed! These pics are helping a lot with my S1, cool to see that there's a couple early esprits in central florida
My s1 is not running, project car, trying to get it running and driving but not attempting full restoration at the moment, since its modified im not sure where im going with it yet.Well, you aren't far away. I'm close to the north end of 520. If there are any other photos that you need, or want to pay a visit, let me know. Both my S1 and S2 are down right now, but I just got the pats that I need to get the S2 JPS back on the road. What condition is your car in?
Thanks, David. The only parts that I really need are the engine cover and rear glass. SCW didn't have the glass, and I didn't ask about the engine cover. I have turbo louvers to install in place of the glass, and no engine cover will allow the hot air to escape. Not ideal, or factory original, but it will work.Contact Sports Car World in Texas, they may have the missing bits you need.
Don't worry. I haven't forgotten about you. When I need a test driver, you are on the call list. It will be fun to take two black Esprits out. Not going to happen anytime soon though.Bill, great to see you posting again on the Charro!!
David,Ralph at RS Motorsports is also "resurrecting" a fire damaged X180. Not easy to do and you need a LOT of parts that are not in inventory anywhere anymore. On top of that the X180's had some special bits fitted only to them. Doing that kind of restoration takes a LOT longer than you can figure because much of the time you are held up because you can't find the parts you need. Many of the parts are not "wearable parts" so they never inventoried many of them in the first place!