Anyone need a set of the FAST Headlight adpaters for the FXR projectors? I didn't want to pull my lights a part more than once, so I bought another set to model the aluminum ones I made and now I have no use for them. I miss placed one set of the bolts for it, but if your like me they get replaced by stainless steel anyways.
Yeah, 70 is way to much. The main savings come from less sidewall flex reducing rolling resistance and it increases noise, vibration, and harshness which can be annoying in some vehicles. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
If you do the math and testing you will find higher pressures to a point will save more than enough money to cover the faster tire wear and keep money in your pocket. The factory SA tires ran around 48 to 50 psi got me between 2 and 3 mpg extra. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
Not going to sell them, just wanted to never worry about that part again. First time drawing parts 8n solid works also, so things for me will get way more attention. It would be great to make things to sell, but for now any practice I can find. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
Gasoline works great, you just have to clean and wax it after, because it removes the wax. Can't remember exactly how I did the 4x4 sticker it was so long ago, but light heat gun can help pull it off in one piece. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
Doesn't show on their site, so ordered 5100 rears. I'm over them and can swap them quick. The fronts will wait for when I do all my front lights again, just make a weekend out of the front. Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
About 50K I started have a vibration when braking down from 70 and up quick at highway exits. Got new rotors and pads. Put a dial indicator on the rotors and found the driver side only out .003" and the passenger side out .005", so I was pretty sure this was going to fix it. After I replaced my brake fluid and the rear was black at first and the front fluid was all clean. Guess these need a rear brake upgrade more than the front.
Got the intake modified and installed. Bracket is almost done, just one more tiny piece to add before powder coating. That will leave mounting and wiring kit. I have just got more Camaro parts in so it isn't getting much attention. Green wire is the map on the new weather station.
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