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White95 last won the day on September 25 2020

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About White95

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    HANO by FANO
  • Birthday 03/08/1982

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  • Website URL
    http://www.hano-motorsports.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Louisiana
  • Member No
    00054

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  • How you found us
    Owner
  • Real Name
    Josef

My SN95

  • Year
    1995
  • Model
    GT
  • Car
    Project Unicorn
  • Color
    White

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  1. Invision repairs the “reaction function” and I’ve enabled it.
  2. There was an issue with the wrist pins being too short and it took JE Pistons SIX WEEKS to rectify THEIR mistake. This also meant the crank had to be balanced again. After William returned from eight weeks of Operation Don’t Shower, he got down to business. The new engine is assembled and ready to make noise!
  3. Let’s see…. Yanked the side exhaust and installed a Bassani muffler with a turndown: Gratuitous pictures: Added a Hellwig rear sway bar: Upgraded to Focal speakers: Another gratuitous picture but with paint matches mirrors and white/chrome door handles: Installed a 2019 Limited style bumper with a 3” MBRP Raptor catback. Those are 5” Corsa tips and I’m using the Bassani muffler from before. Took delivery
  4. We had a domain issue but it has been rectified. Sorry for the confusion!
  5. I’ve added an Innovators West harmonic balancer, a flex fuel sensor, a new wideband 02 (DLG-1) with dual sensors, a new steering wheel, wiring harness/reverse lockout relay control for the T56 magnum, license plate light lenses, coil pack bolts and hood bumpers to the parts list for this round of work. Last Sunday we pulled the engine and @LWARRIOR1016whisked it away to an unnamed government facility for brainwashing. 😭 Just look at how slick those bearings are! This engine was mint.
  6. We’re going disassemble the engine and rebuild it into a new FoMoCo Gen 2 block with JE 12.5:1 pistons/rings, L&M intake cams and a Boundary billet crank gear. I’ve never missed an opportunity to upgrade following disaster.
  7. Neglect on the owners part. Got so wrapped up with a three week outage at work, then winterizing my home (in south Louisiana) THEN working 48 hrs straight.... that I forgot to flush the water and refill with 50/50 :(
  8. Decided to put the car on jack stands last night to address a few tasks today. My intention was to add another degree to my pinion angle, replace the fuel hat seal and install the exhaust clamp/hangers. Started the car, pulled it up on blocks and started to jack the rear by the TA. While I was placing the jack stands, I noticed a few puddles of water and was immediately worried. My initial search proved inconclusive and I couldn’t find any leaks. Shined the light under the intake and found a significant amount of water. This had me sick! I couldn’t bring myself to chase this
  9. Took the MM tag frame off the truck and put it on the car. I haven’t touched the car since the dyno day but I finally started to attack my workshop. Again. Seems I spent more time working on the car and less time on anything else. Your workspace can get away from you if you let it. This is officially the first time I’ve cleaned the workshop AND been able to move the unicorn under its own power since 2016. My “critical path” list is the shortest it has ever been. So... Let’s talk about the fuel leak. It’s most certainly coming from the opening the fuel pump fit in. My

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