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My version of a "Stradale" modern sized tribute

Hi from SWE

Just wanted to give you a glance of my project
Inspired a bit from the Stradale but with a bit of modern measurements.
164 24v engine
Jenvey itbs
Catcams
About 950kgs without driver and gas
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And i need some input on why my cam belt tensioner bearing (new) is vibrating, sounds bad.
Could i have gotten a new that is ruined?
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Interesting and looks like fun. From whom did you source the black air boxes? Jenvy or?
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Nope

Nope, have two of theirs. To short, I guess they are made for a V4 or something.
I just made them myself from aluminium sheet.
Seems to work well,
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Interesting and looks like fun. From whom did you source the black air boxes? Jenvy or?
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luhliuh ???

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Humph? Or hummm ???

Is that a enunciation aberration for Lillith?

Lilith was Adams first wife who was particularly difficult/impossible for Adam to abode with.

God`s second try, Eve, using a rib for molecular assembly, worked about as poorly.

Hope your adventure is better than God`s effort with women.

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Looks fantastic. Interesting project. Is the engine mostly stock?

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Nope
Its a bit beefed up
Jenvey ITB:s
Catcams fast road/track
And Maxxecu
Hopefully about the same as this one



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Wow looks very intriguing! Any more details of your build? Blog? To think Alfa could have easily come up with this instead of the 4C, something like the updated Lancia Stratos...SMH
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Wow looks very intriguing! Any more details of your build? Blog? To think Alfa could have easily come up with this instead of the 4C, something like the updated Lancia Stratos...SMH
If google translate is your friend you have about 100 pages here.

Swedish to English, might be Swibberish here and there but i guess the pics tell the story.

http://rejsa.nu/forum/viewtopic.php?t=71680

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cool project, what transaxle did u use?
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Just jammed through the whole project so far, skipping the swibberish when I couldn't make sense of the idioms. Beautiful, brilliant, work. You are doing something wonderful in Sweden! The practical surface development from idea to auto body reality was full of thoughtful evolution and balance. If I happen into some big money I will be dropping by!
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cool project, what transaxle did u use?
Thanks, and Audi 01E (frk)
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Just jammed through the whole project so far, skipping the swibberish when I couldn't make sense of the idioms. Beautiful, brilliant, work. You are doing something wonderful in Sweden! The practical surface development from idea to auto body reality was full of thoughtful evolution and balance. If I happen into some big money I will be dropping by!
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ah... i hear the early boxsters 5spd are nearly the same. already figured for mid engine.

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