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Old 07-22-2013, 12:01 AM   #219
Nathan Moreno


 
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Originally Posted by jeremywes View Post
those are bad a$$. Nice choice. Curious if you compared them in weight to the OEM rears.
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Originally Posted by The Stig View Post
+1

I'd be interested to see if they were able to keep them at OEM weight - ideally less, but going from 4 to 6 pot adds a bit of weight lol
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Originally Posted by Mgizzle View Post
Hey Nathan, can u please weigh one rear rotor and the rear caliper without pads? Please. Would love to see fronts too.
Guys I will just extremely busy at this stage but give me some time.

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Originally Posted by 2SSRS View Post
I heard this a 100 times hope it for real this time.
Offer I'm referring to some other stuff, not the intake........ call me and I will give you more details

Quick update:

Note: the arrow pointing to the hole were the rivet will go doesn't have anything to grab to.

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The concave channel is were the battery cable use to run through. If we left it like this, it would look unfinished. So the domino effect starts begin!!!

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I figure we might as well cut the whole channel out and make it symmetrical like the other side.

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Made a template.....

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welded the new filler plate .....

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Heck, why not get rid of the seam while we are at it

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More welding

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And skim coat. still need a little more work. Did I say I HATE body work!!!

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What the hell, we might as well do all the spot welds while we at it.....

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I though I had taken more progress picture of were we left off but I guess we got caught up in the moment. So stay tune for more.





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