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Megan racing tension rods and new control arms
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Semi clean KA24DE
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190 thousand miles, time for a rebuild
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need new middle console
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Dented in oil pan from the previous owner catching air or some shit


And thats all for now, question to everyone tho

Think i should take the oil pan out and dent it back to place or get a new one?
 

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you seriously need to fix the dent asap. it only takes a couple mm's to screw up your oil pickup. ill put this thread where it will get more attention too.
why didnt you post the pics instead of links?
 

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well

im scared that im going to crack the oil pan when i dent it back to place.

was thinking of using some wood and a hammer.
 

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yeah

definantly agree, i rarely ever drive the car so i think its safe for now but i think it caused the timing chain noise from the previous dumbass driver.... doesnt matter though i got the car for free.

Car isnt registered, it's my project i try not to drive the car until i rebuild it, no use in breaking anything.
 

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yea i wouldn't drive it much at all, its a pretty nice sized dent. trust me, waiting and replacing a cheap part is better than a whole engine.
 
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