Jay's J36 stroker 6 speed LSD coupe

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  1. Nam1911a1

    Nam1911a1 Well-Known Member

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    Stance nation there bud. U got that car clean as hell. One day I'll have a clean 6 gen coupe. J30 6 speed is all I want.
     
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    18k F&R, can't imagine that haha. Car looks good, just needs some sideskirts and a rear lip to make those aggressive wheels look more at home.
     
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    I’ll say this man it’s taken a hell of a lot of money and time to get it this far. Couldn’t be more proud of it though


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    Yeah it’s a bit stiff that’s for sure. And yeah I’m thinking ww coupe sides and rear would really make it pop. Also these wheels are on borrowed time. Looking to go widebody once I get the awd up under it which is this winter and next year’s project. Then it’ll be on 18x11s all around with 305/40/18 Stickies


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    AWD conversion will be a job and a half but I hope it works out for you. Are you planning to blend the widebody or leave the rivets exposed?
     
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    So clean! Diggin' the exhaust too, sleeper!
     
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    Oh this will be all metal welded and molded into the quarters and bumpers. Crazy thing is I said this engine was strong, 2 hours ago I hit piece of tire from an 18 wheeler was in the road and it punctured[​IMG] my oil pan and leading to a cracked block maybe more [​IMG]


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    Cracked the block, dayum.

    Well, if the internals are good. You just need a block and a quick rebuild.
     
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    Been following this build for a while now and I have to say i'm jealous. Thats just a hole in the pan right? Shouldnt be hard to fix if you shut the engine down in time. I know whats its like to lose an engine that you put a lot of time into.....:flipthebird: lol. I wish I could have had the v6 with the 6 speed. It sucks too because the J series are dirt cheap and everywhere while the manual trannys are not and theyre hella expensive.
     

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