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  1. Not ever going to give up. 
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    hi.
    So there is some go news on Donut's Stroker saga.
    So to anyone who has looked into this will soon realise it's not very straight forward or cost effective. For me i don't have the option of dropping out. It's cost so much in bits and time (i'm fairly poor) that i'll just have to see it through to the end.
    I started to write it up last month to add to a bulid thread and again like everything else with this thing it aint that easy. So for the next month ( just had a baby girl so gonna use up my paternity time ) i'll gather all the info pictures and put it up all at once. Please remember i am no way an expert at this sort of thing and although i've built my motor from a 200 wrecker i would even call myself competant.

    Cheers D.
     
     

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    let us know the link to the thread mate.. would be nice to see how things went down! anyway, good luck with the porject, i'm sure it'll be a kick-ass in the end!
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    If it moves (and it shouldn't): duct tape. 
If it doesn’t move (and it should): WD40.

    Everything else is just stuff.
     
     

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    any more progress on this project?
    1996 316i compact m3 Kontour rims. lowered m3 bumper and mirrors and a basic streetbass system
     
     

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