Pressure plate spacer for flat flywheels. Cut to desired thickness. Could've gone tighter on the dowels so it doesn't flop around as much when installing, but oh well. It's like using washers but fancier.
I'd love to show up especially since it's not terribly far from my grandparents, idk if I want to commit to the whole week though. I'll try and make the next TB zoom meet if that's still a thing that happens.
I put HP plus in mine after destroying a set of OE pads, they definitely make some noise but I have no complaints. After about 1.5 years and a few trackdays they're close to metal on metal.
HPS would probably be a nice choice for street only use from what I've heard. I like the feel/bite/price...
I think you shouldn't have to retune any of it, but it should at least fire up right? Unless something is way off.
My ms2 is set to .877ms deadtime and .107ms/v for my deka 80s. 2 squirts alternating and my required fuel says 4.60ms. (b230)
I used the star holes and set the camber using a notecard as a feeler gage between the spring/perch and the strut tower, resulting in -.55 degrees drivers side camber and -.25 passenger. Still not where I want, but at least the numbers are negative now.
Now, there's nothing this car...
I'd go poly (and did) just to not have to mess with it again for at least awhile. A solid rubber bushing would also probably work nicely if you could find the appropriate size. I made my own hybrids with poly on the body side and sphericals on the axle.
I have a broken leatherman-knockoff multi tool, some screwdrivers and stuff, and zipties. Any more than that is just too much weight. And it was enough to fix my snapped throttle cable on the side of the highway last year.
I don't keep any tools in the Saab because it's not a Volvo.