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  2. The Bootlegger

    Yup. Kept them from flopping around. Axle gets bolted in tonight.
  3. 2010-2015 Camaro V8 Off Road Cat-Delete Performance Pipes with AEM wideband bungs welded in both pipes.I used these for a short time while tuning. $125 takes them face to face within 15 minutes of Nashville, TN or $125 + shipping to your door. What they looked like new and then a pic of one of the pipes with wideband bung welded in. Again, both pipes have AEM wideband bung welded in.
  4. AEM No Weld O2 Sensor mount. I have two. I’ll take $30 each or $50 for the pair face to face within 15 minutes of Nashville TN or plus shipping to your door.
  5. The Bootlegger

    Too bad I have no idea how to make that my signature.
  6. Used Vararam Ram Air Intake off my 2010 Camaro SS. Has less than 30k miles on it. $100 takes it face to face within 15 minutes of Nashville, TN or $100 plus shipping to your door.
  7. So when you ordered, did they tell you how long it would take to get them?
  8. The Bootlegger

    MARK THIS DAY!!!! I think Ashley P may be right.....
  9. Yes. In and Ex weren't the same, but close enough that we can use a single length pushrod. 7.5 and 7.53 respectively. Adding .75 for preload gives us 7.575.
  10. PRICE DROP! So that's what they ended up measuring out to for the LS7 lifters, TFS GenX 255's with TSP 1.72:1 roller rocker arms? If so, I'll share that info for future reference in-case anyone else doing this setup needs to know.
  11. Yesterday
  12. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    Im not sure...I like the old school scoops back in the day that were inside the "C" and allowed the factory lines to be seen, but with everything else you have might be better to slick em out. Matt
  13. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    At the rate ive been working this week im going to need a vacation from my vacation. Today i packed the front with Evercoat Lightweight and got the liens looking pretty good. The lower section on the other side was loose so i put some panel bonding on it. I also did a lot of sanding on the drivers side getting the bonding adhesive off the car and fiberglass. I also started to sand down the side scoop so i can feather it towards the door. Then i decided i need to tackle the 1ft section of the drip rail so i cut it off the old section and cut out the coupe front. Then i got it in place and put some panel bonding adhesive on it. I have a flat bar covered in tape under it and left an inch on the front and back to weld into place one it done. Tomorrow ill tackle the other side.. What do yall think about the lower scoops. Would you feather them into the quarter or leave the hard lines?
  14. The Bootlegger

    ^ Zip tied up outta the way is what I concluded after scratching my head...
  15. LS3 advice.

    Probably right. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    The one Ill hopefully be getting my hands on Friday is a couple hundred under that. He knocked off some cash for the Bellhousing and shifter that was on it since I dont need em. Ill be happy once I have it in my possession tho, till then it could disappear like a magical unicorn LOL Then I can make the swap and tear into the other trans and do some learnin. Matt
  17. LS3 advice.

    Looks like he's gone again. Maybe we'll get a 2019 update.
  18. The Bootlegger

    Wtf is that transverse mounted shock? Good job on the progress so far!
  19. Will do. Just need some DR's and I'm all set.
  20. Can't wait to see it going. Got to give me a ride when it's done
  21. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    It is brutal and its 2018 and performance cars still suffer from it. Gives the aftermarket and tuners something to do I guess. Matt
  22. The Bootlegger

    where the bolt into the rail is pretty beefy. I might tie the two sides together with a brace....waiting to get the rear back in and see how much room there is.
  23. Random thought thread

    It's gonna take decades of failures and programming before an autonomous car can be as well behaved as if it were operated by a human with a brain. I'd say such cars are already much better than a Millennial driver, but that's obvious.
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