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Old 09-05-2012, 10:29 AM   #1436
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A month after I got my new rims I went through a drivethru to get a drink real quick turned into scraping my rear rim on the curb turning past the speaker errrr just don't look at it and it will be ok.
I always worry about drivethrus too they always seem like a tight fit lol... I guess I will be fine till the day I decide to go with different style rims.
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Okay so it was like two days ago, but I installed my srs catback to go along with my orx. Needless to say its LOUD! I like it but I'm pretty worry about cops. Ive been trying to convince myself its a good kind of loud that everybody would love though
I got pulled over in my 96gt which.was pretty loud. Cop started giving me a hard time but really just wanted to know what I was running. He has a 99 gt and now his car sounds like my old one haha. I miss a 2 valve with flow original 40 and an offeoad H.
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:35 AM   #1438
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This last week I've fully done up my baby, installed 6k hids, Painted my calipers red, painted my wheels black, installed black rear quarter window louvers, sequential tail lights, black lug nuts, red interglow in the back seats, blue interglow under the dash in the front, mounted a radar detector above my rear view mirror, installed a dvd player with a 7 inch touch screen, Bluetooth and ipod compatible also has a gps functionality, usb ports, and radio, smoked out headlights, taillights and side markers, 2 Kenwood 12" subwoofers with a ported box mounted to the back of the trunk allowing for a fully useable trunk space, 2 amps one powering rear speakers and the other powering the subwoofers, bbk cold air intake system and has a third brakelight decal that says mustang when you hit the brakes Andaman white mustang decal that says Mustang across my windshield....needless to say it looks sexy now ;D
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Old 09-05-2012, 11:58 AM   #1439
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This last week I've fully done up my baby, installed 6k hids, Painted my calipers red, painted my wheels black, installed black rear quarter window louvers, sequential tail lights, black lug nuts, red interglow in the back seats, blue interglow under the dash in the front, mounted a radar detector above my rear view mirror, installed a dvd player with a 7 inch touch screen, Bluetooth and ipod compatible also has a gps functionality, usb ports, and radio, smoked out headlights, taillights and side markers, 2 Kenwood 12" subwoofers with a ported box mounted to the back of the trunk allowing for a fully useable trunk space, 2 amps one powering rear speakers and the other powering the subwoofers, bbk cold air intake system and has a third brakelight decal that says mustang when you hit the brakes Andaman white mustang decal that says Mustang across my windshield....needless to say it looks sexy now ;D
Lol I bet that cost a pretty penny, post some pics!
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Old 09-05-2012, 12:27 PM   #1440
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This last week I've fully done up my baby, installed 6k hids, Painted my calipers red, painted my wheels black, installed black rear quarter window louvers, sequential tail lights, black lug nuts, red interglow in the back seats, blue interglow under the dash in the front, mounted a radar detector above my rear view mirror, installed a dvd player with a 7 inch touch screen, Bluetooth and ipod compatible also has a gps functionality, usb ports, and radio, smoked out headlights, taillights and side markers, 2 Kenwood 12" subwoofers with a ported box mounted to the back of the trunk allowing for a fully useable trunk space, 2 amps one powering rear speakers and the other powering the subwoofers, bbk cold air intake system and has a third brakelight decal that says mustang when you hit the brakes Andaman white mustang decal that says Mustang across my windshield....needless to say it looks sexy now ;D
Awesome would love to see pics of everything.
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Installed XM Radio in 107 degree heat...... Not sure what I was thinking! LOL
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Did a shoot with my car crew, it was fun (:

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Old 09-06-2012, 05:30 AM   #1443
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Well...I had gas spraying all over my engine the other day. Come to find out that it was just a gas pressure valve that was not put back on properly by my mechanic and they had mis-thread it and it was leaking. At first I thought it was a fuel injector spraying upward and out. Thank goodness it was only the eight dollar part!
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Did a shoot with my car crew, it was fun (:
That car rocks! Baddest ride on here!
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Installed sequentials and did t like how fast they were so I soldered in another capacitor and got them slowed down perfect.
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I have my car in the shop waiting for tie rod ends to arrive. Then comes the re alignment.
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Installed sequentials and did t like how fast they were so I soldered in another capacitor and got them slowed down perfect.
How about a video please, trying to decide on this mod.
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Installed sequentials and did t like how fast they were so I soldered in another capacitor and got them slowed down perfect.
I bought my sequentials back in 09 before you could find plug in play so mine are all spliced and bought them off eBay from a guy. do u think the raxiom plug in thing to slow down ur sequentials would work?
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Did a shoot with my car crew, it was fun (:
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I bought my sequentials back in 09 before you could find plug in play so mine are all spliced and bought them off eBay from a guy. do u think the raxiom plug in thing to slow down ur sequentials would work?
I was wondering the same thing. I bought my sequentials off eBay also and they are a little fast
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Old 09-07-2012, 06:04 PM   #1452
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I say yes to the relay. Its different wiring, needs different juice sender. Its like mods w/without a tune
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I bought my sequentials back in 09 before you could find plug in play so mine are all spliced and bought them off eBay from a guy. do u think the raxiom plug in thing to slow down ur sequentials would work?
It would but if your willing to pull yours u can slow it down with pretty minimal work. A 50 cent capacitor and a couple days of solder and ur done. I'll take a video later.
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Gave her a nice bath finally. Tomorrow she's going to a dyno, without me sadly.
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I have my car in the shop waiting for tie rod ends to arrive. Then comes the re alignment.
tie rod ends in and car should be ready tomorrow, but i may not get it until monday...
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Got to see her new tranny and how she looks without her flywheel (it's getting resurfaced)
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I'm about t go loco...again....vintage 80 mr2 front buckets....sat on them tonight in a car i shot I the other thread.

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****in nuts nice not for a fat man..,no disrespect. Fooled me for a minute .
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It was cool enough this morning (finally) to drop the top, and take a ride!
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I say yes to the relay. Its different wiring, needs different juice sender. Its like mods w/without a tune
so the raxiom plug in wouldn't work?
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so the raxiom plug in wouldn't work?
It should? Would have to read into it. But to my knowledge and understanding yes because its recommended with the plug in play kit so id figure that's what it would do. It slows down the current being sent, if im not mistaken.
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so the raxiom plug in wouldn't work?
It should work like a champ. It replaces your turn signal relay under your dash. You won't have to touch your wiring.
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I gave her a bath. Took all of the Hurricane Isaac residue off of her. Can't wait to drop the top and go for a cruise after the expected cold front passes through.
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It was cool enough this morning (finally) to drop the top, and take a ride!
Nice! I'll be doing the same!
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It should work like a champ. It replaces your turn signal relay under your dash. You won't have to touch your wiring.
The raxiom one does work but it just slows it down a bit. By soldering another capacitor onto your relay you can customize how slow it goes. I soldered a 4.7 uf 50 v on and its pretty slow now. I will take a video tonight. Too busy today. The capacitor cost me 3 bucks for a 20 piece multi pack. I don't think I would go much slower than the 4.7. (bigger the number the more it will slow down.) also, get fine solder. The stuff I got is a little thick. Only hard part is getting the actual relay out of the little yellow sheath. I used a pair of vice grips to grab one of the tongues and then pulled it apart (yellow case) while a buddy pulled up on the vice grips. Once it was out it took a minute and then it was done. Test it by plugging it in without the case. If u like it great. Want slower. Go for it. Super easy mod. And more satisfying than paying for someone else's work. The raxiom ones are exactly the same thing, they just replace the capacitor instead of soldering another one on in series.
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Tuning day! Gonna try to make it where I can drive it till I can get a new block and stroker kit
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Got her all cleaned up for a night out!
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Tinting the tail lights and dipping the rear valence
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