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Offline Eccentric shaft

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The Snow Queen
« on: November 25, 2020, 04:11:22 PM »
Since I'm new to the forum, I thought I'd add some clips of my old car, a 1985 RX7FB GSL. I sold it this spring to finance the RX2. A California-spec car, it was completely rust free, and came with those small rear-view mirrors and storage boxes in place of the "penguin-configurated" back seat. The car had naturally never seen snow before, hence the ironic name The Snow Queen. The only modification I made to the car was to ditch the Californian air pump and exhaust in favour of a Racing Beat stainless exhaust system (Thanks again, Clive!) The difference was, as Clive predicted, "notable" indeed. And the sound can be enjoyed in the second clip (only 4000 rpm, we had to think of the neighbours). The first clip is a little film we made for the sales ad. Unfortunately, we lost the sound on most of the recording, so music had to replace the lovely 12A growl for most of the clip. The car sold successfully to a serious enthusiast and collector and is in very good hands.


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Re: The Snow Queen
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2020, 05:29:30 PM »
Thanks for the video's Yngvar (and the sale)
The new owner must be very happy as thats one really clean Gen 1  :great:
All the best Clive