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  1. exist3nce
    03-18-2016 09:16 AM - permalink
    exist3nce
    Daewootech forum is still around - their URL has changed. Here's a new link to my build thread over there:

    http://daewootechforum.com/forum/vie...php?f=2&t=6735
  2. ROXtreme
    03-16-2016 10:36 PM - permalink
    ROXtreme
    Hi there. You don't know me but I was reading your thread from way back in 2009 and am interested in seeing these pictures that you had posted a link to. I've got clutch problems too. Are these photos still available? The link to them is not working.

    Check out this link, my build thread on daewootech.com..... it has the pictures of when I changed mine.

    :: View topic - Walbro 255 Pump Installed - Turbo Optra
  3. maurice61
    10-01-2014 12:40 PM - permalink
    maurice61
    Hello i was wondering if you had the exhaust timing gear for the 2005 fornza or know where i can get one?they are not cheap at the dealer,not that im cheap but i need it to put the car back together to see what else is wrong..Thanks
  4. dragonclass
    03-03-2014 09:02 PM - permalink
    dragonclass
    You need to post your project on Driiive.com...maybe even setup a group since you're one of the icons. Its a good site for all ex-socialized car domain users. Good luck, Brad
  5. exist3nce
    04-15-2013 10:17 AM - permalink
    exist3nce
    xchurch173 - I never had any made as I went turbo right away. Any decent exhaust/fabrication shop that does custom work should be able to make you a header. Only thing is that custom work is expensive.

    MsQPT - Sorry the video is no longer online.
  6. xchurch173
    04-12-2013 07:29 PM - permalink
    xchurch173
    hi exist3nce, i saw a really old post you had about having headers made and i was wondering if it was still possible to get the n/a headers. i've been trying to find some or something similar i could use instead of having them made myself and was wondering if you were still able to get them
  7. MsOPT
    01-09-2013 04:27 PM - permalink
    MsOPT
    anywhere else I can see of you racing the cobalt SS/SC? The link in the OLD post is no longer available
  8. exist3nce
    06-26-2012 08:13 AM - permalink
    exist3nce
    The connection I believe you are referring to is a quick connect fitting.. it can be separated by pulling the little clip out of the side of the plastic connector and then lifting up. If the leak is coming from inbetween the fittings it is likely the little O ring inside that would need to be replaced. I don't imagine the leak could be elsewhere on the bellhousing side of the fitting since the whole thing is a hardline that goes directly to the slave cylinder inside the trans. The only other place I could see a leak is on the rubber hose side of the connection... I'm not sure if that side is replaceable or how far up the line would need to be replaced..

    Chances are that its the O ring inside the fitting causing your leak.
  9. econguy
    06-24-2012 12:30 PM - permalink
    econguy
    Hi exist3nce,
    I hope you can help me. I have a 2005 Suzuki Forenza manual sedan that is leaking clutch fluid at the base of the plastic piece with the bleeder nut on it that connects connects the hydraulic fluid hose to the pipe inside the bell housing. What I'm trying to figure out is if this piece, which is on the outside of the bell housing, can be replaced from the outside. Or, does it have to be attached from the inside. Any assistance you can offer is appreciated. Thank you, Martin.
  10. matrixifyme
    05-09-2012 03:05 PM - permalink
    matrixifyme
    Hi,
    I saw your response on a thread regarding an oxygen sensor for the suzuki forenza. You sound knowledgable and I was hoping you could help answer my question.
    The problem is with the oxygen sensors around the front catalytic converter. As I understand it has 2 oxygen sensors, one before the converter and one after. My question is, are these identical parts? Because when I'm purchasing parts, there is "upstream" and "downstream" sensors but I am under the impression that downstream refers to the exhaust sensor, whereas I need the sensors for the Front Catalytic converter.

    Thank you so much,
    sincerely

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    Ontario, Canada
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    2004 Chevrolet Optra (turbo), 2002 Lexus IS300 (turbo)
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    2004 Optra/Forenza/Lacetti - 225whp - Haltech Sprint500 - CT12B - Professional P&P - Getrag F28 6spd - KW V3 Coilovers - FX35 Retrofit
    2002 IS300 5MT - 615whp - AEM EMS - GT4088R - Built 9.5CR - R154 - TRD LSD - SupraTT T/B - Varex - LS430 Retrofit

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