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Old April 9th 2008, 19:24
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Me: for all of you custom, machining needs. Prototyping and small production work. I can open up your cylinder heads/flycut, open up the bores in cases. My rates are about HALF of what you'd expect elsewhere.....

Drop me a line!

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Old June 2nd 2009, 18:32
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Alex made a couple pieces for me, and they turned out great.


Local Anodizing shop:

Brimac Anodizing
542 Kipling Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario
M8Z 5E3
TELEPHONE: (416) 255-4411
FAX: (416) 255-3145

Was very happy with their anodizing work. Great service and price.



I'm looking for a Powdercoater......... Anyone know of any?


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Old June 2nd 2009, 20:10
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Thanks for the kind words Pete!

Try these guys for Powdercoating:

http://www.yellowpages.ca/bus/Ontari...&le=c53523c1ba

I got all my engine tin done by them a few years ago, very good product with fast turn around and good rates.

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alex has done some machining for us also. fair price and fast turnaround.

as for brimac anodizing, i used to manufacture furniture, this is going back into the late 80's, and we used brimac then. their work was perfect, and it's good to see they're still in business.
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Old November 6th 2009, 19:08
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Need to strip these crotch cooler flaps.

Have you guys used any media blasters around here? Wouldn't sandblasting pit the crap out of them?

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Old November 6th 2009, 20:09
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Pete,

Glass bead at 40psi. My cabinet is currently not setup/opperational

Fishburn and Proctor on Steeles are your guys to see.

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Thanks Alex,

Looked them up:

Fishburn Proctor Sandblasting & Painting

15479 Steeles Av E Hornby, L0P 1E0

(905) 878-1843
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Old November 11th 2009, 02:58
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Hi,
Although I've officially retired from the resto/engine biz I will still keep my hand in things though.
I can rebuild porsche 901 transmissions for a good price. With parts 3 day turn around. Two cores usually makes one transmission at low cost.
I've built 3 for myself, (technically I have a 914 rebuilt 901 sideshifter in stock) and I'm turning a 911-901 4 speed into a 5 speed right now.
If there's enought interest I'll build some VW trannies for the faithfull, maybe keep a couple in stock.
Any interest?
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Fuel Injector rebuilders

My daily driver needs the fuel injectors rebuilt. Any recommendations for the GTA.

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Old March 15th 2013, 12:28
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Good idea Sandeep! I´m not sure if some of my list will help anyone outside of europe that much since freight costs usually kill unless it´s an exclusive part that isn´t offered in the U.S.

Engine 2320ccm TIV turbo:

Assembled by myself - all machine work done by www.remmelemotorsport.com
OEM case modified by www.remmelemotorsport.com
6x 13mm toolsteel through bolts - www.remmelemotorsport.com
Webcam 163 - webcam www.webcamshafts.com
Raceware headstud kit - Raceware http://raceware-fasteners.com/
Manton Pushrods - sourced from www.aircooledtechnology.com
Parkerized TIV mechnaical lifters - www.aircooledtechnology.com
Custom 102mm JE pistons - www.jepistons.com
102mm Deutz BF913 cylinders - www.deutz.com modified by myself and Remmele Motorsport www.remmelemotorsport.com
crank - stock 71mm
rods - stock Raceware bolts,balanced
main,rod and cam (doublethrust steel) bearings - www.aircooledtechnology.com
3.5kg 215mm flywheel - machine and balance work done by www.remmelemotorsport.com
Remmele Version 5 CU heads 47x39 (nimonic) - www.remmelemotorsport.com
Dry Sump Oil Pump - Custom/bespoke from Thorsten Pieper
356 T6 Aluminum Oilcooler adapter - www.remmelemotorsport.com
356 T6 aluminum Oilscreen cover - www.remmelemotorsport.com
CSP 45mm Python Exhaust Header - www.csp-shop.de modified for turbo (yet to be done by myself)
Garrett GT3071R turbo .63/.50 71mm stage 3 wheel 4" inlet - www.atp-turbo.com
Tial wastegate - www.atp-turbo.com
Greddy BOV - www.atp-turbo.com
CFK 911 style fan shroud - www.remmelemotorsport.com
OEM 911 fan ring
911 repro fan - www.vertexauto.com
Autotune.fi ECU (Megasquirt 3.57 ECU) - www.autotune.fi
Black Ops Injectors 1400cc - www.fiveomotorsport.com (currently 550cc Siemens EV14 injectors,too small)
2x 45mm dual throttlebodies - modified BMW GS1150 throtlebodies on bespoke aluminum plates for IDF pattern completely cable operated
CB performance "turbo hats" on bespoke aluminum baseplates
Water/Air Intercooler - Ebay


Chassis & Suspension:

Galvanized 1970 automatic floorpan reinforced with steel tubing and painted with Brantho Korrux 3-1. Brantho Korrux - TBS Aachen Ebay,Germany
Adjustable front beam incl. all new parts - CSP www.csp-shop.de
Porsche 944 S2 Turbo rear aluminum trailing arms - business no longer exists
Porsche 944 rear brake calipers + discs (for now) - from a friend
Porsche 996 Carrera front brake calipers + discs - used from www.remmelemotorsport.com
Brake caliper adapters (front) - www.remmelemotorsport.com
Porsche 944 Turbo master cylinder - Ebay
Complete front and rear Uni-ball suspension system: front Remmele/Koni coilovers, rear Remmele/Bilstein coilovers (this was his first version,now much better/more advanced shocks available)
CSP cup brace - www.csp-shop.de
CSP front beam supports - www.csp-shop.de
17" Porsche Cup 1 wheels (for now) later 19" OZ HLT or Supperleggerra wheels.
Transmission - Rancho Pro Street Plus (coming soon)

Body:

Pre´68 Epoxy front fenders 4cm wider - www.remmelemotorsport.com
Epoxy rear fenders 8cm wider - www.remmelemotorsport.com
Late model rear valance with stanced holes - www.remmelemotorsport.com
carbon fiber running boards - www.remmelemotorsport.com
epoxy front/rear bumpers for widened fenders - www.remmelemotorsport.com
BugTech race shifter black - www.bugtech.de
Speedhut instruments - www.speedhut.com
Heigo rollcage - www.heigo.de
Kerscher bespoke leather bucket seats (Recaro based) www.kerschertuning.de
Paint -code LZ5K santorin blue metallic pearl from Audi
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Old March 15th 2013, 12:52
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I do still do engine work mostly custom, but I also do stock. Unfortunately if you are looking for cheap I'm not your guy.
My work is top notch, I've been doing a lot of 911 stuff lately.




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