All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

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All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by McShagger510 » 03 Aug 2019 22:17

https://www.facebook.com/events/351505245557718/
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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by Chickenman » 12 Aug 2019 00:27

Want to go to this event. But I do not want to use the Checkout feature as it doesn't use PayPal. Can we pay at gate?

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Post by Byron510 » 13 Aug 2019 23:25

Paying at the gate works Richard, love to see you there.

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Post by Chickenman » 14 Aug 2019 12:32

Thanks Byron...

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Post by Byron510 » 17 Aug 2019 08:20

Last date of pre-registration on Sunday (tomorrow) online.
Due to the electronic voting system, We do need pre entry completed prior to the show, hence the preregistration. Due to the number of classes and trophies, while keeping the show a people choice vote, it’s the only way it can be managed with the very small team of volunteers that run the show.
Of course anyone can come and enter on the day, we just can not change the voting roster once the show has started. At this point we have 175 entrants. Everyone will again be getting a free T shirt with entry to the show, it promises to be another great year.
However it would be great to see more of the 510’s and Z’s, as I go down the pre reg list, there are a number of familiar names not there. Feel free to drop me some feedback, and do let me know by Sunday if your coming and plan to pay at the gate. I’ll get your car pre registered.

Looking forward to another great event. Last night Richard and I were working on the trophies. As always, Richard seems to pull great designs in steel out of that very artistic mind of his. This year again won’t disappoint with his latest effort. I’m just labour on this task. But no photos, you’ll have to attend to see them.

We’re just over a week away, hope to see you at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver next Sunday.

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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by caesarDX » 17 Aug 2019 10:07

Byron,

Damn, going to miss it again.
Have fun guys. Hope the weather is in your
favor. Maybe attend Octoberfast 2019 if the timing is
right.

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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by RMS » 17 Aug 2019 22:57

man... ijust got back from dropping butters off as slimer's in my shop, as we race towards the AJC . put off reg , as I dont know what I will bring. saw it was the last day of registration. followed the links ............ and its out of stock. ... guess I need to get to the gates early or it will be nla
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Post by Chickenman » 18 Aug 2019 03:03

I'm thrashing like mad on my 280Z. Valvetrain was getting a bit noisy. Went to adjust valves and found that all the Rocker arms had fatigue failure with metal pitting and flaking. Cam was just starting to go. About a .001" to .002" visible wear around all lobes.

Have suspicion it was Operator error on fresh start of motor. After a long down period ( 10 months ) to do some major upgrades to engine and car.

Edit: Actually Operator error was not on start-up. all the correct steps were taken. I accidentally flooded the engine with fuel a week later when I loaded the incorrect Tune. Got some very minor fuel dilution. Oil ( New Driven HR6 10w-40 ) should have been able to cope with that. But it didn't. My silly mistake. Fuel evaporated in a day.. But I foolishly ran the engine on it for a few days
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Post by bertvorgon » 18 Aug 2019 10:46

I have made it a RULE.....if my car sits for more than one(1) month, I pop the valve cover off and drizzle some oil over the cam/rockers and on the top of the valves and even a bit on the timing chain. It is amazing how "dry" that cam can look after even that time period.
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Post by Chickenman » 18 Aug 2019 11:31

Oh , I applied fresh Cam break in Lube. And primed the oiling system with a drill and priming shaft for a good five minutes, AFTER I saw oil pressure on the gauge. This should not have happened.

Obviously the oil could not handle a bit of Fuel dilution... that occurred when I loaded the wrong tune. I should have dumped the oil right there and then. But it was fresh and 6 liters at $14 a liter. And supposedly a very good Full MPAO Ester oil. It should have handled that small amount of fuel dilution. But I guess it didn't.

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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by rnorrish » 18 Aug 2019 12:07

RMS wrote:
17 Aug 2019 22:57
man... ijust got back from dropping butters off as slimer's in my shop, as we race towards the AJC . put off reg , as I dont know what I will bring. saw it was the last day of registration. followed the links ............ and its out of stock. ... guess I need to get to the gates early or it will be nla
Sorry, I’ve added more stock. Didn’t actually think we’d pre-reg 200+ entries this year.
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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by Byron510 » 18 Aug 2019 12:10

RMS wrote:
17 Aug 2019 22:57
man... ijust got back from dropping butters off as slimer's in my shop, as we race towards the AJC . put off reg , as I dont know what I will bring. saw it was the last day of registration. followed the links ............ and its out of stock. ... guess I need to get to the gates early or it will be nla
Robin - this was an unforeseen technical glitch last night - it’s been corrected. We had over 20 entries yesterday - popping us over the 200 mark. Anyways - gates are open, please do register online here;

http://www.alljapaneseclassic.com/store

No FB - just straight registration.

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Post by rnorrish » 18 Aug 2019 13:39

Also, there is the volunteer sign-up. Free shirt and entry.

https://signup.com/go/TgcRQFt
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Re: All Japanese Classic Aug.25/19 Waterfront Park

Post by RMS » 18 Aug 2019 22:26

busy day ? not enough inventory in stock :(
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