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  1. Disney's Auto Shop Top Tips

    Top Tip #4. Copper tubing can get work hardened if you bend it too much making it to where it won't bend anymore in that location. Tubing, wire, etc can all suffer from this. To fix that, you use a process called Annealing. Just heat the copper up to (a lot) about 700*F then let it cool back down. The area that had previously taken a set can now be moved again.
  2. Disney's Auto Shop Top Tips

    Clearly you need your own thread of Shop tips.
  3. Disney's Auto Shop Top Tips

    First i've heard of that! I will try it next time I unfortunately get a burn. For burns I've been putting honey on the burn. Just pour it on, cover the wound, and go back to work.
  4. Disney's Auto Shop Top Tips

    TOP TIP #2. Top Tip #1 also works on Chrome. Use the same steps. It's an insanely good chrome cleaner.
  5. Disney's Auto Shop Top Tips

    TOP TIP #1. 0000 steel wool, commonly found in hardware, paint, and supply stores. Is the absolute best window cleaner I've ever found and that you can buy. The fine steel wool will leave your windows cleaner than any commercially available cleaner ever though about short of using an abrasive polisher. It's cheap and wildy effective. My Process: Clean glass with window cleaner and cloth to remove big chunks, oils, etc. Use full piece of 0000 Steel wool in a circular motion all over the glass. Use light reflections to make sure you're getting all the grimey spots Keep cleaning glass and turning the steel wool over until it glides effortlessly across the glass. Clean glass again with glass cleaner and a lint free towel, or even better... NEWSPAPER.
  6. Random thought thread

    Not something that is plublic knowledge. The manufacturers track this information for our own use though.
  7. Happy Bday to...

    Amen.
  8. This OBD2 connector look OK?

    YES... That is your problem. Like I said before... The pins.
  9. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    My pleasure! That was a fun project. Matt gave me a good platform to work off of and freedom to do what I wanted. End result speaks for itself.
  10. Happy Bday to...

    Sofa King Old.
  11. Random thought thread

    I'd think more likely the pins would be bad than the housing.
  12. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    So it seems one of us may end up with it.... Hopefully, Art!
  13. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    And this one keeps haunting me... https://nashville.craigslist.org/cto/d/1966-mustang-restomod-project/6455492043.html
  14. Random thought thread

    I was thinking that the PCM was looking for 50 miles regardless of heat cycles. Yes? No?
  15. direct injection faults

    Usually when I see P0089 it's going to be fuel pump replacement. Sometimes it's the relay though...
  16. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    Agreed. He looks like he knows what he's doing on this build. You know.. Except for some of the styling decisions....
  17. Random thought thread

    Go no sympathy for people that roll through emissions on the last day of the month. The O2s didn't fail you, you failed them.
  18. 2019 50th Anniversary Bullitt

    Lap 1 T1
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  20. 65 Coupe to Fastback "Phoenix"

    I used to run a set that I home ported years back. Went low 10's on them in an LX with a SBE 302. Very effective heads.
  21. 24 at Daytona

    Love going to Petit. Being my "home track" makes it more special to me I think. And yes, you can get real close to the action there. I was at the exit of T5 when a car tried to come up thru the fencing. That was AWESOME! Man, he was a terrible driver.....
  22. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    I'd look into a Holey or Edel intake then do MS or Holley setup. Something like this: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/edl-7137/overview/
  23. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    Oh please don't use a stock TBI setup. Or.. .Any TBI really. Port inject that sucker!
  24. 24 at Daytona

    I came in this morning hoping to see this thread and you did not disappoint! I like watching our races from on top of the garages just past the starting grid, right at pit-in. Not sure how much those tickets costs for this race, but i'm ready to pay it.