30 Epic Do-It-Yourself Automotive Fabrication Failures

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30 Epic Do-It-Yourself Automotive Fabrication Failures

Post by Viv » Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:44 pm

This really made me laugh, the old adage of a little bit of knowledge is dangerous is true ;-) follow the link for the 30 best weekend warrior projects to grace a vehicle, it really reminds me of my ex business partner in a funny way, he lied so much about his previous experience and skills so I can just imagine him turning out this sort of effort, he said that before he was a turbine test cell expert he had started out as trained vehicle mechanic and breakdown truck driver, when I checked we were told he was only the truck driver ;-) what gave him away on being a first fix break down driver was that he did not know about ballast resistor ignition systems on cars, pretty basic that and he did not have a clue how they worked.

Article http://jalopnik.com/5176055/30-epic-do+ ... n-failures

Gallery of fail http://jalopnik.com/photogallery/epicfaildiyturbo/

More plumbing, cos you can never have too much!
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Why? just why would you do this?
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Plumbing made easy!
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good place for a turbo!
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