The passenger side tie rod is not quite as accessible...

Getting the two-stroke ready for the summer – done

The two-stroke is ready for the driving season. There’s actually a Saab-Club Finland spring meeting a week from now and I decided to take the stroker there.

Since the steering rack was replaced we needed to measure the wheel angels (or rather the toe-in) again - old school style...
Since the steering rack was replaced we needed to measure the wheel angels (or rather the toe-in) again – old school style…
Measuring the toe-in. Should be 2mm +/- 1mm on a two-stroke.
Measuring the toe-in. Should be 2mm +/- 1mm on a two-stroke.
The driver side tie rod is easy to adjust as it is accessible through the engine bay.
The driver side tie rod is easy to adjust as it is accessible through the engine bay.
The passenger side tie rod is not quite as accessible...
The passenger side tie rod is not quite as accessible…
I also bought a nice bracket for the revcounter and attached the lambda gauge on the dash.
I also bought a nice bracket for the revcounter and attached the lambda gauge on the dash.
And I bought a little 2kg fire extinguisher for the car.
And I bought a little 2 kg fire extinguisher for the car.
Ready for new adventures 2014!
Ready for new adventures 2014!

One thought on “Getting the two-stroke ready for the summer – done”

  1. Tommi, I have been following your progress on getting the two stroker ready. Great job, it looks like a new car off the showroom floor, only better, and the short nose is my favorite style. Don’t get me wrong I like my 96, but now will be looking for a two stroker Bull Nose.

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