Mike

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  1. LS3 advice.

    600rwhp in a GS corvette will spin those 335 michelins at 100mph. Don’t fall victim to 1320 video rwhp mania. 1000rwhp is useless in a fun street car.
  2. NewER DD 2015 Mustang GT

    I’m sure you’ll be fine now. But, if you ever get so frustrated that you consider buying new headers, remember that I can replace the whole collector cheaper than you can buy new headers. That’s one of the big advantages to stainless (uncoated of course).
  3. Fabrication Pictures

    Finished up and out the door.
  4. Random thought thread

    Free energy is a fools errand.
  5. Fabrication Pictures

    I already ran the calculations and a virtual model in cad.
  6. Fabrication Pictures

    I finished up the fitting tonight. Tore it all back apart and cleaned everything and final assembled it. I even half polished his decklid to get rid of some of plasti dip and wear from the carbon fiber spoiler that was on it. I'm just waiting on the rear wickerbill plate to get re-cut at the local laser shop, then I'll bolt it on and send the car on it's way. This is the filler to cover where the tail light was. I put riv nuts everywhere that you can't get to the backside of the panel to put a nut.
  7. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    yes
  8. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    That's why I suggested a pre-made hose.
  9. Fox Mustang: Next Purchase

    Why not buy the parts to plug up the holley sensor? Pull the shrader valve fitting out of the feed line and put a -4 to 1/16" npt adapter in. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/nex-16179?seid=srese1&cm_mmc=pla-google-_-shopping-_-srese1-_-nitrous-express-nx&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIh_jqiKaw2wIVxCWBCh3TOA4XEAQYASABEgJP2PD_BwE Then a 1/8npt female to -4 on the transducer.3 https://www.summitracing.com/parts/aer-fbm2721 Then a short section of premade -4 hose to connect them https://www.summitracing.com/parts/fra-390012bu/overview/
  10. Fabrication Pictures

    More progress. I have to get a new rear plate cut. I didn't like the plain flat one I made, so I'm going to make one with scallops on the bottom to match the mounts that are bent down in the picture below. I did add a little style, but nothing quite like those fins. It wouldn't match the rest of the car. Instead of the side plates being bent to sit straight up, I angled them out a little to compliment the ground effects. 4 of these struts will support the wing eventually. The money shot
  11. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    I've got some 3/8" and 1/2" stainless tube and nice hand benders and a flaring tool for both if you're feeling adventurous.
  12. Random thought thread

    Wow, that's incredible for a 4wd. My 2wd ram barely gets 17 on the interstate. My wifes 4x4 5.3/6l80e tahoe might get 19. I'm starting to think about a new truck and this will be very tempting to buy a newer direct injection GM.
  13. There are a bunch of different sizes. Figure out where you want to put it first, then see how big you can put there. Buy the biggest cooler you can fit on the car.
  14. The B&M supercoolers are the best bang for the buck. Don't delete the radiator cooler, go through it first then to any added outside cooler.
  15. The study books combined cost more than any gun I own. I'll hang on to most of them, but a few are going to a friend who is preparing to take the test soon.