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  • Jake's DTM Tour is still available.

    http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/exhaust/exhaust.html

    http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/dri...driveline.html

    http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/suspension.html

    http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/eng...enginebay.html

    http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/cockpit/cockpit.html


    Disclaimer: Remember, I know absolutely nothing, but it doesn't prevent me from having an opinion or suggestion. :

  • #2
    THanks!

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    • #3
      Updated Link for Enginebay.
      http://www.s14.net/jakesdtmtours/eng...enginebay.html
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      • #4
        sick!

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        • #5
          anyone know what the fiberglass well/patch is under the spare tire well, ? fuel cell stuff ?

          -Ben

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          • #6
            Quick correction for Jakes gallery. The White 'DTM' car that at the time belonged to Nigel Moseley was in fact an ex Cibie Emme Motorsport Italian Touring Car. Emmanuel Pirro's former spare car or 'T' car in 2.5 liter spec.

            Lovely gallery though. Well done!

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            • #7
              EXCELLENT documentation. Thank you Mr. Larsen and Magnus for reminding everyone of its existence.

              I wish I had access to this before I starting making rear trailing arms back in 2002-2003.. That toe adjustment looks awfully easier than what I produced with my partner. My toe adjustment requires removing the through-bolt and spacers. On that note I am pleased to see that the lower coilover location I went with seems identical to the Touring Car's in the gallery.

              After viewing the gallery and realizing that with my recent unemployment situation I am cutting, grinding, and welding my car everyday, I have this urge to make another jig and see what I can come up with from scratch (with after market hubs, etc.). The goal would be to make camber and toe adjustments as simple as possible while making something considerably lighter than stock.

              Terry "wheels spinnin' but no traction yet" Best

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              • #8
                Wow that is sick..I wonder how much one of those DTM machines go for these days
                If you have God on your side, everything becomes clear. - Ayrton Senna

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                • #9
                  I have driven the ex-Pirro Italian Touring Car at Silverstone and Oulton Park. It is an amazing piece of kit!

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for sharing!! I don’t know much about this but got something more informative on this.

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                    • #11
                      thanks for sharing

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                      • #12
                        Links don't work

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