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Old 07-31-15, 07:30 AM
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REPU Project

Anyone interested in information on my RE_W_PU project? I can provide insight and technical support when needed. If not, there is just too much info to post so i wont waste the time and effort.

Basic list
-REW, PS1000
-EFR
-New frame, coilovers, 4 link
-Wilwood front and rear


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NICE looking forward to the restoration
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i am interested always love to see detailed builds. I had to use info from the 1st gen and 2nd gen forums to do a t2 swap in my repu..
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I say just sell me the repu and forget about the project! haha
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seems like there is a surge in REPU builds lately.....good to see.
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seems like there is a surge in REPU builds lately.....good to see.
I agree. I would love to purchase yours if you ever decide to sell it.
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I agree. I would love to purchase yours if you ever decide to sell it.
i would sell if for the right price.
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Here is the quick preview. About 300 more detailed pictures in between.
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Oh cool your jeff in the repu group on Facebook love seeing your progress I hope your doing somthing as cool with that 3rd Gen aswell..
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Oh cool your jeff in the repu group on Facebook love seeing your progress I hope your doing somthing as cool with that 3rd Gen aswell..
Yep thats me. The 3rd was Jacob Cartmil old red one. He parted it out and bought a white one.
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Wow, Did not expect this one! so cool, like a pro-touring repu?

edit - Any specific reason going parallel vs triangulated?

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Originally Posted by vqturbo View Post
Wow, Did not expect this one! so cool, like a pro-touring repu?

edit - Any specific reason going parallel vs triangulated?
With the watts link. Not with this setup. Im building it for 2 different things.
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wow! those new parts to the chassis, did you make that? very impressive stuff.
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Mean. That front brake/hub setup looks mint!
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wow! those new parts to the chassis, did you make that? very impressive stuff.
No i didnt, i ordered them from a company in california

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Mean. That front brake/hub setup looks mint!
?? I guess im not " up to date " on my lingo. Im assuming " mint " means good.
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yes kiwi lingo mint/gem is outstanding...lol
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Mind posting a link or company name for the front suspension setup? curious on cost for something like that.

Looks awesome, good work!
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Mind posting a link or company name for the front suspension setup? curious on cost for something like that.

Looks awesome, good work!
Yea man, its www.chassisworks.com . You can custom order specific widths for any installation.
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I believe he meant to post this site as the chassis shop:

https://cachassisworks.com/

They build really nice stuff!
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Yea sorry about that. " auto correct ". I purchased many of the parts from there.
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Awesome, thanks guys.
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Fitment is great. Will be rolling next week sometime
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mmm so much meat
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