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Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 01 Sep 2012 11:50
by 510rob
510wizard wrote:
caesarDX wrote:more pics.
CIS fuel injection on a turbo, see Julian it can be done! Right from the factory.
Yeah, and the Porsche 930 had it too!

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 01 Sep 2012 12:42
by 510wizard
Forgot about that one.

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 01 Sep 2012 13:04
by okayfine
510wizard wrote:CIS fuel injection on a turbo, see Julian it can be done! Right from the factory.
Very true. But most likely beyond my abilities. All the same, fueling is the least of my worries.

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 01 Sep 2012 16:02
by 510rob
okayfine wrote:
510wizard wrote:CIS fuel injection on a turbo, see Julian it can be done! Right from the factory.
Very true. But most likely beyond my abilities. All the same, fueling is the least of my worries.
We know - we all watch our spelling like hawks! :P

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 17 Feb 2013 19:04
by badhabit
Commercial solutions in Richmond. They carry Aurora. Anything else is sketchy. Mopac carries junk

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 27 Feb 2013 21:37
by dcuplover
McMaster-Carr doesn't ship to Canada from what I remember last.

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 25 Mar 2013 18:46
by caesarDX
Update..... Found them at Summit. QA1 Precision Products.
Made in China. My cousins do great work! Good thing it's only
keeping my Turbo in Alignment. Don't know if I would trust it
on anything really under alot of stress. $12.00 X 4 = $48.00
Metric 6's and 8's.

I even got the preferred customer treatment....

Official Summit Racing Stickers.

Caesardx.

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 25 Mar 2013 20:20
by DimeAttack
The Porsche 944 has these too! I just did motor swap on one and scored a pair for my dime from the extra parts! A little one for the power steering pump, and a bigger one for the AC compressor.

Re: Heim Rod ends

Posted: 26 Mar 2013 13:05
by caesarDX
DimeAttack wrote:The Porsche 944 has these too! I just did motor swap on one and scored a pair for my dime from the extra parts! A little one for the power steering pump, and a bigger one for the AC compressor.
Ah... the Porsche 944 ... Underrated car.
:D