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Georgethedog

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  1. Maybe a OEM catch can would add the needed hp?
  2. Glad you were able to get rid of the Hemorrhoids, CruzKing...
  3. My space will be about 16' x 20'. I was looking at some Jolida tube amps which are really good but not too pricey. I was going to go with the OPPO like you had mentioned. I may be interested in one or both of your pieces. I will do a little research on them and see if they will fit with what I am doing! I have to plan reasonable well on the room as a bad set up can make a great system sound average while a good set up can make a good system sound great from what I have been learning. Sorry to the OP for the distraction. Thanks!
  4. Great information. I second the selection of the OPPO. I've always had my feet about half in the water so to speak as an audiophile for the past 25 years (I'm ADHD so my attention on one thing is short lived). I know enough, but depend a lot of my locally owned high-end audio shop. I appreciate this information as I am starting to make plans to build a basement listening room. I'm basically starting from scratch. My first purchase has been a pair of Dahlquist DQ-10 speakers. I love vintage stuff. I don't want to steer this discussion towards me, but did want to thank the guys on hear lending their knowledge. This is an awesome forum with people lending their help! Maybe I should start a thread about building a listening room???
  5. Very nice work. I will stay tuned.
  6. Well, maybe. My brother would like to buy it. If he buys it I would still have access for some shows and to drive it every once in a while. My problem is I love cars when I am working on them and fixing them up the way I like it, but then I get sick of them when I am done... It's a sickness that needs professional help I assure you... I have thought about selling it and using the money to front fund my two kid's college funds. However, my wife says we are ok without the money from it so now I may keep it a while. I would really like to get a Gen 4 Viper, but they are still quite expensive. I really like the "Street Serpent" Viper. The convertibles are unbelievable looking! They basically designed a rear end that looks like the Viper coupe and put it on the convertible. It is also wider by (I think) 4 inches, and shorter by a couple. So, for now I am storing it for the winter because the weather is already getting crappy in Central Illinois. I would love to take whatever I have to the show in Kentucky and meet some of you guys.
  7. Yes, next spring I am going to get rid of the mud flaps and go with some clear bra material. I do like the spoiler. It looks really good in person. The 2-D pictures don't do it justice.
  8. Looks great! I hope to make it. Thanks for putting this on!!!
  9. I see. Well, I looked again. Lowering would help, but maybe wider tires on the rear. They just looked recessed in the quarter panel--maybe it is an illusion because of the billboard?
  10. Nice car. It does look good topless... Thanks for digging up the pictures! (Just looked again... Man, those wheels look small on the back)
  11. Man, that looks damn nice!!! I mean really nice!!! I'm gonna go view your garage and I hope there are some engine pics... If not can you post them? OK, back to original topic... I didn't see any engine pics? Can you post some?
  12. It is a Magnuson, and I am running just 6lbs. of boost since I do not want to start breaking other parts just quite yet... Eventually, I will run more, but I don't have the money to put into beefing up drivetrain components just yet. When I do get ready I have been told this is the best forum for ideas on such things! Thanks for asking!
  13. Powdercoat the color you desire IMO. I do not think there is any way to get that off without leaving the places that you worked on polished. I prefer nicely painted pieces under the hood that coordinate with the car more than shiny blingy stuff. Good luck. Let us know which way you go.
  14. Someone asked about the white letter tires... The raised white letter come from a company called TredWear. You can find them on the Internet.
  15. I think you can try autoformgroup.com Just so you know... What you would be getting is the large center section that is between the headlights. The rest of my front on mine is OEM except we painted all of the black piece that surrounds the headlights the color of the car and the new cuda grill so it looks like one large piece. Many people would not have gone to that extent. Probably the easiest and least expensive way to make this look good is to paint it the same black as the stock grill. That way it would match all the way around it. Funny you should mention that... I was at a cruise in last night and I was saying the same thing. The 73-74 tail lights were very cool. I have an idea... Find a picture of some boobies and stare at them for about a minute then immediately look at the car pictures and I think you will see boobies on the pictures. It won't last so you will have to repeat...