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About fastcorvairs

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    Kansas

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    House in Yuma
  • Your Ride
    long travel HRT two seat 3.0 Subaru on e-85

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  1. I don't think this would work. It would run the battery down in short time. Soon as it is pulled the on board battery will send voltage to the brakes and say on. Plugging in the power cord mite be enough to power them back up. I would not want to take the chance on that happening.
  2. Less then one season. To be fair, It mite have been caused by my driving style.
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  4. PM sent Red tow strap.
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  6. nuff said. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Porsche-911-S-2-2-original-MFI-engine-complete-rebuilt-no-exchange-no-core/283538193529?hash=item4204317c79:g:uEsAAOSwTFRdHvwN
  7. Don't know where you got the cost as to being same as a nice LS, but last I checked a 911 Porsche was three times the cost. Just the fact that it has P.O.R.S.C.H.E. stamped on it. They need turbo's , and there are few after market parts for them. Save your money and go 3.0 or 3.2 Subaru.
  8. E85 Don't gum stuff the iff up. Myself and close friends have run ethanol in our buggy's for close to 7 years now and have never had a injector plug or gum up from it. I have run some that set in the drum for the entire summer at my Yuma winter place and it checked and run as good as the fresh stuff I buy in Elcentro when I run out of the left over from the season before. I run the 30% ethanol in my 2011 Charger with the 5.7 Hemi, and in the wife's 2014 6.2 Hennessy jeep at home here in Kansas. Have run it summer and winter with on problems. I don't know for the life of me why e85 gets bashed so much. Rant over.
  9. Retirement is so over related. Only if you have something to keep you busy and happy. Quit your frigging job but never quit the sand.
  10. When we come down for the winter we dune with a member of the 78 Crew CHP he workes that stretch of 8. There's a reason you find so many of them from Winterhaven to Gordons Well, the Border Patrol request it, and it's the best area to find ill'et drugs. If you're pulling a trailer keep it under seventy and they'll just roll up beside you and give you the hi five five and keep rolling.
  11. Love the way he butts welded the tube at an angle rather than straight around. So much cleaner and I would think stronger.
  12. Glad I could help with the party. It was destined for the woodpile anyway.

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