This post was contributed by reddit user wuyan, who is an engineer and an avid car enthusiast.
He has since shared the process with us.
In this tutorial, we’ll start by making a mold that will fit in the engine compartment of our new 2018 Mazda RX-7 hatchback.
To do this, you’ll need to buy the mold from an automotive molding shop.
The mold you’re making will have a shape similar to the original engine compartment.
You’ll need a mold and a few tools to make this mold.
Here are some tools you’ll want:For the mold, you will need:An old tire that’s still wet and can be bent.
You’ll want to use a piece of rubber that will absorb moisture, and you’ll also want to cover the mold with a layer of a clear or white substance to protect the mold.
To make the mold fit inside the engine, you need a few things:Step 1: Cut the tire pieceYou’ll want a piece that’s about 6mm wide by 8mm high and has a long tail.
You can use a bit of a utility knife to make a cut through the tire to make the cut.
Step 2: Bend the tireYou’ll use the utility knife you just cut to bend the tire.
This should give you a thin piece of tire.
It should be very thin so you can bend it into a smooth piece without damaging the tire, but if it’s not, you can use the sharp edges of a razor to trim it.
Step 3: Trim the tireStep 4: Secure the tireTo secure the tire in place, you should cut a small slit in the side of the tire that will let the tire breathe air.
This slit should be about 2mm wide.
Step 5: Install the tiresThe tire can be installed by using a bit that is about 1mm thick and has an 8mm bolt hole on it.
You should have a bit lying around to install the tire if you’re unsure if you’ll be able to do this.
Step 6: Remove the tireFrom here, it’s best to remove the tire completely.
You won’t need it in the next step, so let’s remove it now.
Step 7: Remove any screws that might be sticking out from the tireThe tire screws are fairly small and easily removed by just pulling them out.
To remove them, first carefully cut a bit from the rubber around the edge of the wheel and then bend it until it’s about the width of your tire.
Then, you just pull it apart.
Step 8: Remove all the wiresYou should be able just pull the wire off.
If you have any screws stuck to the tire or wires that might stick to the engine or transmission, be sure to remove them.
Step 9: Clean up the tireOnce you’ve cleaned up all the screws, you’re ready to remove it.
Here’s what you’ll do:Step 10: Remove transmission cableThere’s nothing particularly special to remove, but it will be easy to find.
Pull the transmission cable out of the car by using the wire-puller, then use a wire stripper or other tool to remove all of the wires.
Step 11: Remove tiresYou’ll be looking for a black piece of plastic, about 2cm by 2cm.
The black piece will have an arrow pointing up, which indicates the direction you want to move the tire so it’ll fit into the car.
If the tire’s not sticking to the car, you might need to remove some of the plastic first.
Step 12: Remove wiresYou can use wire strippers or other tools to remove wires, but I prefer to just pull them out with my fingers and use a small screwdriver to remove as much of them as possible.
If there’s a metal piece sticking to your wire, use the same tool to push it off.
Step 13: Remove steering wheelThere are three things you need to do here:Step 14: Install rear wingThis part of the process is pretty straightforward.
First, you cut a piece off the top of the steering wheel that has a circular pattern on it, like a wavy line.
It’s important that the piece is clean.
Then you cut the circle out of a piece you want the wheel to fit into.
Step 15: Remove wheel and tiresThis part is a little trickier, but should be pretty straightforward to do.
First you’ll cut a hole in the steering box.
Then use a straightedge to cut a slit in that hole, and then pull the steering section out.
Step 16: Remove wingThe wing will have to come out of its hole first.
First pull the wing out with a piece with a flat end, then cut a thin strip that’s bigger than the wing.
Cut the strip into two pieces, then slide the pieces back into the hole.
Step 17: Remove engineThis is where it gets tricky.
The engine is a simple part that