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- 11 Sep 2017 23:11
- Forum: Classifieds
- Topic: WTB: R180 Stub Axles for Subaru LSD
- Replies: 6
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deano510 wrote:Are these the diff stub axles with the through bolt or like the snap in ones from an R200?
No they don't have a through bolt. They are the snap in once's specifically for the STI R180 Dean.
I have a set from John W.
So they are not from Les Collins but he confirmed with me that this company was THE ONE to get it from and I highly respect his recommendations. And yes - absolutely you are welcome to come check them out once I have installed them and at least given them a test drive or two. Don't want to recommen...
Alright - have a contact in Australia who has been working with 1600/510s for 35 years and has designed a CV conversion kit using only Nissan products. Will work perfectly with a Subaru STI differential (27 splines). No custom adapters or billet stub axles or Porsche/EMPI CVs. He gets the parts fro...
I talked to Scott at Mad Dat and was tempted to purchase their kit. It's definitely very well made! Ultimately it came down to the fact that I will only be running 190hp-ish to the rear wheels and not racing the car much. The extra heat treatment and selection of metals in their kit would not be pu...
Has anyone looked into the Maddat.com.au cv axle kit? Hard to tell from the photo but it looks like the stub axle's are built in like a true CV axle. Here's a photo. They run $2,250AUS They work with both R180 and R200.
For the folks that might need a set of side axles I have them stock. I have 6 pair in stock. $300.00 per set plus shipping. World wide shipping. There are a couple other sources for these axles. But they all have copied my design. I started making these back in about 2007. You can contact me thru f...
Im running a R180 Torsen in my 510 from a 2014 Subaru STI. I got my stub axles from John Williams for $300 +shipping. Look him up on FaceBook. He's the original guy who makes them. So there's no middle man to pay which is why he sells them a lot cheaper than other folks. Hope that helps? IMG_7429.JPG
- 06 Jun 2017 23:00
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: What did you do on your 510 today?
- Replies: 1521
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Late post. Picked up a S13 blacktop Sr20det on Sunday. 6hr trip from NorCal to Thousand Oaks. Got to test drive the car before the motor was pulled. Compression was on point. Very happy dude.
Hey guys I have another question in regards to the Ron Davis #1S- 22163 rad listed above. What did you guys do for the radiator hose connections? I know the Sr's inlet and outlet on the engine is about 33-35mm 1 11/32 and the Ron Davis in and outs connections are 1-1/2 and 1-3/4. Thanks in advance t...
Its really difficult to see what you got going on with those photos. Can you post some photos of the opposite side so we can see how the seal is installed. Hard to tell, but from the way seal is slanting towards the inside of the car you might have it installed incorrectly. Again hard to tell from t...
- 25 May 2017 22:38
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Billet exterior c-Pillar vents in the works
- Replies: 25
- Views: 1247
ecotec510 wrote:eastbaysolo_73 wrote:Wow those look great. Can I ask you what did you use for the gasket?
EPDM rubber tubing from mcmaster carr. Mine are designed for the 6mm diameter, not sure what diameter might be best on stock vents.
Thanks for the info.