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Old 05-07-2010, 12:59 PM   #211
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Roswell is open Friday for those of you who want to travel. I won't be able to make it as I have a previous engagement.

Will try to get the next one though.
Next time sounds good... How long, from ordered to delivered, did your ccw's take?
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:29 PM   #212
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Next time sounds good... How long, from ordered to delivered, did your ccw's take?
Don't ask... search my previous posts. I was a bit miffed at the CCW service. They shipped them to someone else, so I ended up waiting an extra week and a half plus they supposedly emailed all the updates and tracking numbers to someone else. So I was in the dark until I finally kept calling back after they said they would email me and I never got them.

With that said, it still looks like I'll have to order some CCW slicks and skinnies as I don't like the look of the Bogart 17's.
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:36 PM   #213
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Don't ask... search my previous posts. I was a bit miffed at the CCW service. They shipped them to someone else, so I ended up waiting an extra week and a half plus they supposedly emailed all the updates and tracking numbers to someone else. So I was in the dark until I finally kept calling back after they said they would email me and I never got them.

With that said, it still looks like I'll have to order some CCW slicks and skinnies as I don't like the look of the Bogart 17's.
ha ha... sorry about that... I didn't know CCW does slicks and skinnys. I too don't like the bogart looks.
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:39 PM   #214
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CCW does a set of 16's. Bogarts are 17's.

The bad side of the 17's if you don't have much of a selection for slicks and skinnies (sizes or brands)

The bad side of the 16's is you need to run V6 brakes in the rear.
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:42 PM   #215
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CCW does a set of 16's. Bogarts are 17's.

The bad side of the 17's if you don't have much of a selection for slicks and skinnies (sizes or brands)

The bad side of the 16's is you need to run V6 brakes in the rear.
yeah I just called John about it and he said that package would be around $2700 wheels and tires... Looks like I'm gonna set out on my search for v6 brakes!!!
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Old 05-07-2010, 01:49 PM   #216
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Old 05-08-2010, 10:30 AM   #217
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Couple vids I just uploaded:





And a couple updated pics:



Top left boost gauage (Defi), below that an AEM Wideband.

The green LED in the pillar comes on when the meth injection is active, the red comes on when the tank is low.

The middle green gauge/box is the Aquamist programmer/controller for the meth, which also shows inj. pulse width, boost and allows you to program the meth based on inj. pulse width and boost. Pretty bad ass setup.



Under hood shot...



Gauges lit up.
Those boost gauges match really nice!!
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Old 05-08-2010, 10:34 AM   #218
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CCW does a set of 16's. Bogarts are 17's.

The bad side of the 17's if you don't have much of a selection for slicks and skinnies (sizes or brands)

The bad side of the 16's is you need to run V6 brakes in the rear.

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CCW does a set of 16's. Bogarts are 17's.

The bad side of the 17's if you don't have much of a selection for slicks and skinnies (sizes or brands)

The bad side of the 16's is you need to run V6 brakes in the rear.
You dont have to do that anymore guys, call Andy at ADM performance. Nitto just started making their new tire the NT05R in a 20, but you need wider rims he offers a widened rims package for $1,500 I think. He also has the tire in stock.

This tire has a thread wear of 0, its the one they are using in their competition cars. No need to downgrade to a set of V6 brakes that are not going tobe able to handle the power.

Im going to wait till june when my LS7 wheels arrive then slap a set of those babies in there.
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Old 05-08-2010, 12:13 PM   #219
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You dont have to do that anymore guys, call Andy at ADM performance. Nitto just started making their new tire the NT05R in a 20, but you need wider rims he offers a widened rims package for $1,500 I think. He also has the tire in stock.

This tire has a thread wear of 0, its the one they are using in their competition cars. No need to downgrade to a set of V6 brakes that are not going tobe able to handle the power.

Im going to wait till june when my LS7 wheels arrive then slap a set of those babies in there.
I thought the LS7 wheels weren't gonna happen.
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Old 05-08-2010, 01:10 PM   #220
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You dont have to do that anymore guys, call Andy at ADM performance. Nitto just started making their new tire the NT05R in a 20, but you need wider rims he offers a widened rims package for $1,500 I think. He also has the tire in stock.

This tire has a thread wear of 0, its the one they are using in their competition cars. No need to downgrade to a set of V6 brakes that are not going tobe able to handle the power.

Im going to wait till june when my LS7 wheels arrive then slap a set of those babies in there.
While I think the new Nitto compound tires hook better then the old ones, they are no replacement for a good set of slicks and skinnies.
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I know a few of you guys have installed the barton short throw shifter, so Ive got a couple of questions for you: Did you install it yourself or take it somewhere, if you took it somewhere who did it for you? Did you have any problems? What kind of noise if any do you have?

I just installed one myself thursday, it was a pita! Everything felt good so I took if for a short drive, everything was fine. Took for a longer drive on friday and ended up with a loud noise in 1st, 3rd, & 5th gear, and a lot of shake, sounds and feels like it's not hooking up, but there isn't any grinding from the gears. The car will move drive and the noise and vibration will go away, but that can't be right. Im gonna take a look at it Monday to see if anything came loose. If you have any suggestions or comments please let me know.

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Old 05-09-2010, 09:27 AM   #223
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Hey man, good to hear from you! Hey cant knock the work thing, it is good to have it in this economy. I hope to be back by Sunday, I think Chorizo will be back next week as well.
Richard must be doing the working thing as well.
Yes sir its been crazy between work and moving to cruces running on one to two hours of sleep a day for the last week man I slept all day yesterday. So what are all thinking meet next weekend?
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Old 05-09-2010, 01:32 PM   #224
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I know a few of you guys have installed the barton short throw shifter, so Ive got a couple of questions for you: Did you install it yourself or take it somewhere, if you took it somewhere who did it for you? Did you have any problems? What kind of noise if any do you have?

I just installed one myself thursday, it was a pita! Everything felt good so I took if for a short drive, everything was fine. Took for a longer drive on friday and ended up with a loud noise in 1st, 3rd, & 5th gear, and a lot of shake, sounds and feels like it's not hooking up, but there isn't any grinding from the gears. The car will move drive and the noise and vibration will go away, but that can't be right. Im gonna take a look at it Monday to see if anything came loose. If you have any suggestions or comments please let me know.

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Dynamic Racing in Alamogordo did my install (and all my other parts)

Nothing like what you describe. The only difference between it and stock is the vibrations from the tranny obviously translate to the STS more but nothing significant.
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