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Old 07-31-2015, 08:58 AM   #106
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Well a cam swap just got moved higher up the list. My belt is chirping in cooler weather, like when I'm driving home from work, and it's driving me nuts. I don't think I'll do anything about it while the weather is still nice, but once winter hits gonna start tearing it apart. Right now my plans are to do a whole new valve train to go with the cam, along with new timing chain and tensioners, new harmonic balancer, and whatever I deem fit to replace while I'm in there. If I find good deals on mods I will try and pick those up as well but the main priority is the balancer and a cam.

I will admit to being bummed that it will put off my ability to get new wheels and tires by about half a year.
Not that I'm against cams (I think that every engine should have at least one!), but don't you think that is a little extreme to fix a squeaky belt?
I mean, I have heard a lot of excuses to do mods, in my day, but this may be the all time winner, JDF..
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NO!!!
We are already tolerating the Vette.. You becoming a "bar fly" will NOT be acceptable!
It will cut into the mod money too much!
But see the beauty of it is that I'm too shy to ever try to pick up girls at a club/bar and alcohol doesn't appeal to me at all so I basically would go to the bar, awkwardly stand around for a while and, then leave soon afterwards
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So are the heads going to get upgraded as well? Or maybe sink some more money for the H/C/I combo.


Pick your poison.

Eventually they will get upgraded, but I don't plan on changing them for a while.




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Not that I'm against cams (I think that every engine should have at least one!), but don't you think that is a little extreme to fix a squeaky belt?
I mean, I have heard a lot of excuses to do mods, in my day, but this may be the all time winner, JDF..
Haha if it was only a squeaky belt, that would be a simple fix. The LS2s are known for the glue on the harmonic balancers failing and causing the pulley to start wobbling. It's fine for the most part, but the belt squeaking is a sign that it's time to actually replace it. The process to change the harmonic balancer involves dropping the cross member and removing the steering rack so I might as well take the extra step and replace everything while I'm in there.
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Me and my roommates got keys to our house on Saturday which means no more dealing with retards in the apartment complex parking lot. That's the only picture you guys are probably ever gonna see of my truck. The vette is parked for the rest of the week abouts we start getting things moved into the new place. I've got a cruise with some buddies planned for this weekend so I'm really looking forward to that. I'll be the one with the most power this time around so we will see if everybody can keep up once we hit the mountains.
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No love for your truck? Haha

I understand about apartment parking lots and how people park. I was hoping I was done with that but moving back into an apartment in a few weeks (for a good reason, at least).

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Nah, it's my DD and not exactly the prettiest thing in the world. It's already taken some dings from the idiots in the complex and I really don't wish that fate on the vette.
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It's amazing how little respect vehicles get from others. You try your hardest to have something nice and someone just being careless and lazy can ruin that instantly.


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^ been there.


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Nah, it's my DD and not exactly the prettiest thing in the world. It's already taken some dings from the idiots in the complex and I really don't wish that fate on the vette.
A face that only a mother could love?

Have you guys seen the V8, IRS Ranger that oxford5pointoh is building?
That thing is going to be a pretty badass little truck when he is finished with it!
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Yeah I was pissed when I saw the truck had been dinged, not because it had been damaged, but because there was no note on it and it was parked perfectly fine in its spot. It's really not that hard to readjust your parking job to make it easier to climb in and out of vehicles without hitting the one parked next to you.




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A face that only a mother could love?

Have you guys seen the V8, IRS Ranger that oxford5pointoh is building?
That thing is going to be a pretty badass little truck when he is finished with it!
Yup that's exactly what it is.

I haven't seen his, but I'm sure you can appreciate this one Stray. http://www.svtperformance.com/forums...d.php?t=982199
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One reason my car is parked far away from others. Well at car shows it's different. You, most of the time, have people that care about their car as much as you do with yours. So they're careful to park in a away were its easy to get in and out of. Unfortunately, not everyone has this passion about cars, like us. That or I find jealousy and envy have a part to play.
I know that last bit had nothing to do with your situation, just stating. I had my Impala vandalized at my school and no teacher cared. Similar incident to you, well basically a hit and run in your case.


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Yeah car show people are good to park next to. I just hate parking in the middle of nowhere in a lot and then when I get back I find a total **** box parked next to me
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Yep, that's happened a couple times.


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So my temp tag is gonna expire soon and that's been leading me to think about what I wanna do with my plates. I'm thinking I wanna do a custom plate but have no clue on what I wanna get. So far the only one I've thought of is SLOWLS2. I can only have 7 characters including spaces
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It can be less than 7 though right?
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Yes, anything between 2 and 7. I like TRYME, I don't know how much of a call out type plate I want. But it's funny you listed those because just the other day I ran into a 5.0 with LS8EATR as it's plate
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I don't know how "edgey" that you want to get, but I remember that someone on here got away with UOYKCUF. I don't remember which state it was though.

One of the drawbacks would be that you would have to run a front license plate so that when people see your car in their rearview mirror, they won't have to wonder what your license plate means.
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Haha yeah definitely not gonna run a plate like that. Colorado license plate department is fairly strict so I'm sure they would deny that.

I am gonna try my hardest to bot have to run a front plate. I've already been pulled over for my temp tag not being visible so I have a feeling I'll get a ticket for no front plate.
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Took it in to get emissioned earlier this week, they only did and OBD status check so I might luck out and be able to do long tubes after all.

In other news, I just bought a new tool box for work so mods for the car are gonna take a bit longer to aquire.

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That's a nice box!

When I was in high school, and shortly thereafter, I worked in the automotive repair industry. I only bought two specialty shock absorber sockets off of the tool truck. They were so expensive that I had to finance them, at the time! Lol.

Don't fall prey to those guys JDF. We want to see some mods on that Vette while you are still young enough to enjoy them!
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Don't worry, I've been buying the stuff I got for this car while also paying for tools. You're right though, tools are freaking expensive, last time I was on the Snap-On truck I quickly aquired over a thousand dollars in debt for some sockets.. I don't plan on doing that again though.

This box was too good of a deal to pass up and I was close to maxing out my other setup anyways so it was time for an upgrade
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I had to unload my smaller tool box at the house which meant pulling the Corvette out and of course it led to taking pictures. I'm gonna try and do a mini restoration on that tool box because it's just been neglected by me and previous owners so I'm gonna try and post up pictures of that later on.
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Got the car registered today, I decided not to go with the custom plates because I really don't want to have to wait 3-5 months for them and I remembered the hassle Soccer went through to get his plates. The good thing is that I can always change them later on if I feel like it. I refuse to try and mount the front plate so it's going to sit in my trunk until I get hassled enough to find some sort of hideaway plate setup.
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I can't recall, did you have a front plate on your GT?

Let's see that toolbox!
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Yup the previous owner had already drilled the holes in it and when I first got the car I didn't care about making more.

I haven't touched it yet, but this is what it looks like. The craftsman box is getting traded in and I'm hoping he will give me more than what I paid for it. I'll have to take a size comparison picture between the new one and the black one for you guys.
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The red box is the same size as my black one. If ever you guys need a decent basic box, the Harbor Freight box is actually very good and will have a decent amount of storage for most diy guys.
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Your new box looks HUGE!

You need to have good tools to be efficient... In any job!

I have an old Snap-on bottom box from probably the 1940's or 50's that I'll post a picture of later this week. It'll give you an idea of what it used to be like when automobiles were simpler, and you didn't need so many specialty tools.
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Your new box looks HUGE!

You need to have good tools to be efficient... In any job!

I have an old Snap-on bottom box from probably the 1940's or 50's that I'll post a picture of later this week. It'll give you an idea of what it used to be like when automobiles were simpler, and you didn't need so many specialty tools.
Just wait until I get a hutch on there, it'll look a lot bigger. The sad thing is that I don't even have the largest box in my shop.

Yup, you gotta pay to play in a job like this. Craftsman tools will only get you so far until you round off one of those bolts due to a cheap socket design or have a wrench that doesn't bite.

I've seen the ads for the 1920s boxes and those looked tiny, so I'm curious to see what yours looks like. My box might be a little overkill for UPS, but it would be perfect for if I were at Honda or another dealer.
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When I moved from KS to IA I had to drill holes in my front bumper. I hated it.

Now in three weeks, I'm moving back to KS. Guess I'll have to put a decorative plate on front now...

IA was pretty fast on my custom plates, I'm used to them now and hope KS can get them "FRD PWR"


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Very good looking tool boxes. The blue is very good looking. I'd be interested in seeing the older tool box.


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When I moved from KS to IA I had to drill holes in my front bumper. I hated it.

Now in three weeks, I'm moving back to KS. Guess I'll have to put a decorative plate on front now...

IA was pretty fast on my custom plates, I'm used to them now and hope KS can get them "FRD PWR"


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Ouch, that sucks. I know somebody makes a hideaway for the terminator bumpers do I'm add ure you could have gotten one for yours.

I might get some custom plates next year when I have to pay for registration again.





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Very good looking tool boxes. The blue is very good looking. I'd be interested in seeing the older tool box.


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Thanks, blue wasn't my first choice in color but it's been growing on me.
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Corvette - 1
E85 Bolt-on Evo X - 0

Color me surprised but I pull my buddies Evo pretty good
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You car is stock right? I can't remember.


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Yep, stock other than some flowmaster mufflers
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Alright time to update. I went to the track last night with some buddies before heading into work. I was fairly pleased with the cars performance but at the end of the night I left wanting more. I didn't get to focus too much in my driving because I was busy coaching a buddy on how to drag race his car. I did get one run captured on my GoPro but I have to figure out how to edit it first.

I ran a best of 13.7 at 107 and seemed to be running very consistently for the three passes I made. The track was very sticky so I kept bogging off the line despite trying to launch at 3k, but traction was great otherwise.

Unfortunately my buddy with the Evo X lost the shifter bushing on his trans while we were driving to the track, so we didn't get to run them like we were planning. Overall it was a good night but I left wanting more and I don't know if that's gonna happen this year.
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