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Old 12-30-2015, 09:44 PM   #8191
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Also datalogged received my new tunes and installed them wow what a difference

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Drove it through the drive cycles in the hope that I could get the computer to complete all monitors...still only 6/8. So I gave up and went to the car wash 😀
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Old 12-31-2015, 08:29 AM   #8193
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Installed the JLT hood vent plug to keep water of my CAI, even though I never had any issues in the past year and a half. Better safe than sorry. $10 purchase.


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It's only about 6 degrees above zero here, so I thought -- why not go out in the unheated garage and install my new JLT oil separator?

Took me longer to get the engine cover off (the rubber mounts were kind of STIFF!) in the cold than it did to install the separator. I had to hit the mounts with my fist to get them to pop back in.....brrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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Quick question, anyone feel free to chime in. What other option beside gluing down my shift knob do I have if the knob when fully tightened is off to the side and not centered like a knob is supposed to be?


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What did you do with your Mustang today

Roush- recharged the battery and put it back in. Started it up and wiped the car down. Looking forward to spring time so it can come out of hibernation! Checked everything as it got to operating temp. Everything is A-OK!

GT- filled up the tank loving the 30 bucks for 91; about the same for 93 around here. Better than filling up the truck. And talking with Alex about ordering some mufflers and a few other things for it.


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Quick question, anyone feel free to chime in. What other option beside gluing down my shift knob do I have if the knob when fully tightened is off to the side and not centered like a knob is supposed to be?


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Is it the factory shift knob? Thread a nut down, then out on the shift knob and set it to your desired position. Once it's straight just tighten the nut up to it and that should hold it in place.
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Got my Shelby gt500 spoiler in today. Now to find a good deal to get it painted.
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Modified a Shelby rear shock brace to be able to move the shock mounting position inward for tire clearance.



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Old 01-07-2016, 08:12 AM   #8200
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Is it the factory shift knob? Thread a nut down, then out on the shift knob and set it to your desired position. Once it's straight just tighten the nut up to it and that should hold it in place.

No it's the Amr knob and I'll give that a try thanks a lot


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Old 01-07-2016, 03:24 PM   #8201
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Drove it in the snow like I always do. It had just started and my daughter enjoyed the ride to school.

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Is it the factory shift knob? Thread a nut down, then out on the shift knob and set it to your desired position. Once it's straight just tighten the nut up to it and that should hold it in place.
Same for an aftermarket knob? Since mine isn't aligned correctly (which I don't care about), but sometimes the vibration through the shifter will start vibrating it off and loosening it
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What did you do with your Mustang today


Sounds a lot better than expected for 100 bucks. Still not done. Fabricating an abs back plate to fill the gaps
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Just got new hood vents for my termi hood 2.81 pulley comes in monday and going to get a tune on the 17th

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She's sitting at the Ford dealer getting looked at for water in the panels. Rear panel with faux gas cap getting replaced and an odd rearend noise. Only 10,000 miles on it...


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Sounds a lot better than expected for 100 bucks. Still not done. Fabricating an abs back plate to fill the gaps
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Old 01-09-2016, 03:29 PM   #8207
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Put the Raxiom sequential adapter things in (sequentials when braking, locking car, and for hazards).




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Old 01-09-2016, 09:54 PM   #8208
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Put the Raxiom sequential adapter things in (sequentials when braking, locking car, and for hazards).




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I like that mod. Did it as well. Only thing that sucks it you never get to see it lol. Only when you lock and unlock your car.


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I like that mod. Did it as well. Only thing that sucks it you never get to see it lol. Only when you lock and unlock your car.


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Haha. Yeah. It's mainly an ocd thing for me. I thought about this "mod" way before they even came out. Some dude was selling them for $55 on Facebook.


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Dyed all of the white stitching in my car blue.
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Got most of the front of my car apart in prepping for a motor pull. Broke the plastic wiper cowl in the process. Yay...

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Old 01-14-2016, 06:14 PM   #8213
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What did you do with your Mustang today

Rear brakes were making noise. Turns out pads were dead.
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Ordered new Niche wheels and tires, along with some Eibach springs.
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Old 01-17-2016, 05:41 AM   #8217
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Which chin spoiler is that?

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Which chin spoiler is that?

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Got her dynoed today made 427rwhp 448 ft lbs

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Very nice Eaton!


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Need a bigger MAF and injectors but thats only with full exhaust, air intake, and 2.9 upper

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So what's the goal? 500whp?


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Old 01-17-2016, 11:04 PM   #8223
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Started putting my car back to stock today prepping for trading it in this spring. Can't wait to start another project.
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Finished up wiring in my gauges. Gotta find a better way to route my vacuum line though.
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Somewhere around there might need like a 4lb lower to get there

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