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Old 06-23-2015, 10:45 PM   #631
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I found a different diagram online, not sure which to use. The other one i found is saying its my rear window defroster. if it is then i can completely live without that.
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Wait, duh. I have the owners manual sitting in my room. That'll probably have it.
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Ok at this point i'm probably talking to myself lol. But just getting the info out there. Owners manual says its the fuse for the Instrument cluster/pcm. Which means i have to start pulling fuses inside. I will have to do that tomorrow because I will have to pull out the Corvette into the driveway so i have room to open the door.
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I think you are making up excuses to get the keys to the vette:p
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They said I could move it if I needed to. Just gotta put it back in the garage over night.


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Old 06-23-2015, 11:32 PM   #639
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Yep. And the parental units are in Greece for the next 2.5 weeks. So I get free range of the house. And cars.


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Yep. And the parental units are in Greece for the next 2.5 weeks. So I get free range of the house. And cars.


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Come on over to Corvette Land, all the cool members are doing it...

In all seriousness that's not a bad draw at all, I can't quote Fords spec but Honda said anything under 50 amps was within spec for their cars. I'm curious about your alternator diodes like Scotty mentioned
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So I'm not entirely sure what's happening. I put the fuse back in last night. And when I came back out this morning I tested it again (without pulling the fuse) it tested 0 amp draw,
I checked to make sure the fuse didn't blow, and it was fine. Did the test a few more times. Ran the car to charge everything. Shut it off for a while, and tested it again. Still says 0 amp draw.


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You can expect that there will be some draw on that circuit. There is the Keep Alive Memory for the PCM, the PATS, and the memory for the stereo which all require a constant power source.

Do the diode test...
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I hear you get like $30k for a Kidney on the dark web...
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I like it better with all of the STUFF!
It makes it look more "business like" under the hood...

The engine in that car doesn't even look like it runs!
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I like it better with all of the STUFF!
It makes it look more "business like" under the hood...

The engine in that car doesn't even look like it runs!
I listened to a video. It definitely does run, and it sounds like a monster.
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Getting back to the skirts finally. Did a bit more sanding and also scuffing. Then sprayed a first coat of primer onto an end piece. When it is fully dry I am going to scuff a bit more and then primer again. Even if I have to rattle can this thing it will get done (clear will be sprayed with a gun no matter what)
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Looks good. I found a NIB Silver Metallic set of Termi skirts myself... problem is the dude wants $700 and will not budge sooooo.... no.

And GL with the paint. On a part like that it shouldn't be much of a problem. Not like the fiasco with my roof lmao.
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I'll bet that paint kit that you bought, Scotty, would work pretty decent on pieces like the skirts. They are narrow, so it would be relatively easy to maintain a wet edge while painting with the low volume spray pattern from a can.
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I'm probably going to get a few cans of DHG from Colorscratch.com and a pint or so of clear for the gun....
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After I'm finished with the painting I'm going to attempt to build a diffuser. If I can get the dimensions and design I know someone who could actually manufacture it:
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One other guy on the forum is interested. If I can get a solid design down I'm sure these can sell like hot cakes. His other styles he sells for $280 + shipping. Alrefire got one of his other ones. He just doesn't have a design for the NE yet.


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I'd be in if you could figure out the plans and make it look as good as that black one.
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I'd be in if you could figure out the plans and make it look as good as that black one.
Yea, and thats the hard part lmao. I have 2 friends who have different styles on their Cobras so i'm going to check theirs out and see how theirs mounted. But thats after painting this stuff.
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I'm interested in that too!..


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New idea. And its a free mod so thats a plus.

I have an extra set of headlights that were getting condensation in them so i swapped them out to OEM ones that i run full time now. I was planning on turning those into projectors before, but i rarely drive at night, and i'm not going to spend the money for that.

Soooooo.... Intake duct. I do still have the stock CAI on the car, but being a Bullitt intake it flows much better than the GT already. It should help at the track when temperatures get really high from constantly running.

Will just have to determine if i want to tint them yellow like P1 or faster cars in LeMans or just black them out like most people do.
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Where in the world did you ever come up with an idea like that?
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So I'm looking at a headlight that I have in my hoard, and I think that I see how this is done, but how do you plan on connecting the headlight to the air box?
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So I'm looking at a headlight that I have in my hoard, and I think that I see how this is done, but how do you plan on connecting the headlight to the air box?

I took out that rubber tune part that goes into the fender. So the filter is literally open right next to the headlight.


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So the headlight air is blowing right onto the filter?
Interesting.
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