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Old 07-06-2011, 08:06 AM   #101
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My car is at the dealership getting my Cor Brava 3-piece forged wheels put on. They will also align the car (and adjust the Pfadt coil-overs if needed).
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Old 07-06-2011, 08:28 PM   #102
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They did not get my car finished today. I guess they were too busy. They gave me a red LS to drive.
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Old 07-07-2011, 09:45 AM   #103
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I did not know the stock lug nuts won't work with the Cor Brava wheels. I have found some at Napa and will pick up 20 of those to carry to the dealership.
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Old 07-07-2011, 12:36 PM   #104
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I stopped by the dealership with the lug nuts and they checked to make sure they were the correct ones. They were, so he said they would get it done today. He also said it was taking about 1 hour per wheel, because they were being so careful
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Old 07-07-2011, 07:33 PM   #105
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TPMS sensors are hitting my Pfadt rear trailing arms. They were also hitting the Pfadt coil-overs up front, but removing the caps gave the clearance needed. I drove the five miles home from the dealership with the noisy tic, tic of the sensors. After getting home, I could hear a hiss coming from the left rear. Two hous later, the tire is almost flat :(

Now, I need to figure out what to do about the sensors.
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Old 07-07-2011, 07:50 PM   #106
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TPMS sensors are hitting my Pfadt rear trailing arms. They were also hitting the Pfadt coil-overs up front, but removing the caps gave the clearance needed. I drove the five miles home from the dealership with the noisy tic, tic of the sensors. After getting home, I could hear a hiss coming from the left rear. Two hous later, the tire is almost flat :(

Now, I need to figure out what to do about the sensors.
Are you sure it was the trailing arms? My sensors were touching the ebrake line in the back. We pulled the ebrake lines out of the way with a clamp (some guys use zip ties).
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Old 07-07-2011, 08:03 PM   #107
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Are you sure it was the trailing arms? My sensors were touching the ebrake line in the back. We pulled the ebrake lines out of the way with a clamp (some guys use zip ties).
They zip tied the e-brake lines to the trailing arms, out of the way.
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Old 07-08-2011, 10:12 AM   #108
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Long story short, the wheels were supposed to have adapters mounted inside the hoops and special instructions as to how to mount them. Since they did not have the mounts, the dealership mounted the brand new sensors normally.

Gio from COR is sending me the adapters and emailed me the instructions.

Stay tuned!
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Old 07-08-2011, 02:09 PM   #109
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Long story short, the wheels were supposed to have adapters mounted inside the hoops and special instructions as to how to mount them. Since they did not have the mounts, the dealership mounted the brand new sensors normally.

Gio from COR is sending me the adapters and emailed me the instructions.

Stay tuned!
I had the same issue with my Savini wheels. I don't know why so many after-market wheels have this issue.
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:45 PM   #110
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Here are a couple pictures of the car when I first got it home with the new wheels. It was a rainy day and the car is dirty.

COR Brava matte black/brushed 9.5x20 with 275/40 General G-MAX AS-03 and 11.5x20 with 315/35 Continental ExtremeContact DWS
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:50 PM   #111
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Wow! I like those a lot. Is that brushed finish on the centers? It goes really well with your SIM car.

I have a set of 20" Forgeline wheels on order. I'll be glad to have some sidewall again.
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Old 07-09-2011, 12:52 PM   #112
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Wow! I like those a lot. Is that brushed finish on the centers? It goes really well with your SIM car.

I have a set of 20" Forgeline wheels on order. I'll be glad to have some sidewall again.
Actually, I have some brushed centers on the way, with black COR logo. Those are the standard chrome centers.
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Old 07-09-2011, 01:17 PM   #113
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Actually, I have some brushed centers on the way, with black COR logo. Those are the standard chrome centers.
Yeah. That's the cap. The "centers" are the spokes. I love how they brushed finish on the spokes looks with your SIM car!
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Old 07-09-2011, 02:12 PM   #114
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Yeah. That's the cap. The "centers" are the spokes. I love how they brushed finish on the spokes looks with your SIM car!
I was calling the center the face, and the cap, the center
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Old 07-10-2011, 08:02 AM   #115
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Status update: Gio from COR and Nine Ball both sent me a document that shows the installation of the sensors. I cannot believe how simple the solution is and that the absence of four T20 screws and this document has my car sitting in my garage with a flat tire. I don't know if Gio got anything in the mail to me Friday so I don't know when or if I will receive anything. So, I am going to call around today to the hardware stores and see if anyone has any.

I can drive my car, but for only short periods. I have a portable air compressor that plugs into the Camaro port and can put 40 lbs of air in the car and be ok driving for about 15 minutes before I need to refill, I think. I have not tried this because I just don't feel safe doing it. I ordered two more TPMS sensors just in case any of the ones in the wheels might get damaged.

On another note, my house had some kind of electrical surge during the storms last Thursday afternoon. My AT&T U-Verse TV and wired internet were not working. My Bose home theater system does not work. A fuse in my irrigation control center in the garage was burned out. It might have been a lightning strike close by the house. AT&T came out Saturday (yesterday) and got my internet back up. Now, I can VPN to the office and work from home until I can get the parts I need to get my sensors installed correctly and have my car going again.

Now, off to order four T20 screws from Amazon
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After market wheels have caused me problems too. Although it's a pain in the butt, you will get the issues resolved and your car will look like YOUR Camaro and not everyone else's.

I remember when I had to put the stock wheels back on mine for a while and my car just looked so boring with them on. Your new wheels look great on your car. When these problems are resolved, you'll be glad you got these wheels.

(How was that for a pep talk?)

It sounds like you had a big power spike from a lightning strike. I always unplug my computers and dsl modem whenever there is a thunderstorm.

Do you have all of your valuable electronics plugged in via surge protectors?
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Old 07-10-2011, 10:13 AM   #117
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The irrigation controller is plugged into a wall outlet on the same circuit as the upstairs guest bathroom, which has it's own pop-out breaker. It did not pop-out.

The Bose sub woofer/amp was on an Isotel surge protector.

The AT&T gateway was plugged into a UPS, which was plugged into a surge protector, which was plugged into another UPS!
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Old 07-10-2011, 10:23 AM   #118
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The irrigation controller is plugged into a wall outlet on the same circuit as the upstairs guest bathroom, which has it's on pop-out breaker. It did not pop-out.

The Bose sub woofer/amp was on an Isotel surge protector.

The AT&T gateway was plugged into a UPS, which was plugged into a surge protector, which was plugged into another UPS!
My understanding is that you should never plug a UPS into another UPS nor a surge protector into a surge protector.

The UPS should have stopped any surge through the power plug. But, not all surge protectors are good enough to stop a major surge.

Also, are these things plugged into your phone lines? A lot of times a surge can come through the phone line and not the power.

Hope you get it all working again.
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Old 07-12-2011, 09:07 AM   #119
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Status update: COR had an issue getting me what I need, but yesterday Gio told me the sensor adapters would be air-over-night delivered to me today.

I have been using VPN from my home computer to my work computer, but my supervisor is not happy about it. One of the Software Engineers on my team is working his last week and I need to be at the office working with him to get as much info as I can before his departure.

On a positive note, it is my 51st birthday
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Happy Birthday!

How about a rental car?
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Old 07-13-2011, 12:43 PM   #121
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Status update: Car is at the dealership, sensor adapters are also there, new billet center caps are there, and all should be put together correctly this time.

Also, I am at work today. I took the dealership shuttle van to work.
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Old 07-13-2011, 07:31 PM   #122
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Car is home and sensors mounted correctly! Dealership was afraid to pound the new center caps in, so I will take care of that myself. I will get the car cleaned up and more pictures will be taken, soon.
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Yay! You must be relieved. I would love to see some pictures.
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Old 08-02-2011, 03:25 PM   #124
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I suspect I may have a weak MAF sensor. My Vengeance tune was giving me issues at low RPM stop and go, and my Jannetty tune is doing the same. I read through the threads and it sounds like that is my issue. I will investigate.

Also, I have ordered the CAI, Inc super charger upgrade tube.
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Old 08-11-2011, 07:05 AM   #125
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Put my new CAI, Inc. supercharger tube on. The MAF was K15, so it is not weak. I bought myself a real cheap laptop computer to do some data logging to send to Ted at Jannetty. It probably is as simple as adjusting fuel at low rpms to get it right.
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