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  1. That stuff seems pretty cool. Did they put it right on the stripes too?
  2. Very good to see A2 kicking ass here. Glad you are getting it worked out JJ.
  3. Fuck, I really want the Whipple.................. That is on a 6.1 right?
  4. BC coilovers, so not really great for the track. Lowered probably 1.5" but not tightened up at all, just left at the factory settings for stiffness.
  5. Can you use a bit larger pulley? I have never put weight in the car, but I know the Dalton guys do that quite often to hit the number.
  6. I am no expert, but when my Challenger had around 700 or so at the wheels and running slicks and getting 1.5X or so 60' with no spin, running around 10.5@130 if I remember correctly. I would not think you need weight in the trunk, I always ran with all my rear seats and trunk shit out of the car with no issues. I would run 14-15 psi in them, and yea, a bit squirrelly toward the big end, but not crazy bad Then again, I was running a D1 @12 psi, so you are probably putting down more instant torque than I was.
  7. http://hanfordsentinel.com/news/local/crime/driver-does-doughnuts-flees-from-police-and-crashes-into-power/article_638eaa74-dbdd-5fdc-afd7-37580e80ee0d.html HANFORD — After reportedly doing doughnuts in the middle of the street with his car and taking Hanford Police officers on a high-speed chase, 34-year-old Donald Flenoid was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence; but not before crashing into two power poles, according to police officials. Several transformers blew out near the area as a result of the collision, and officials said Southern California Edison crews and Hanford Fire crews were called to help. Two small fires had to be extinguished and the downed power lines were blocking streets, police said. It all happened on Wednesday around 9:30 p.m., after Hanford Police officers said they responded to a call of a reckless driver near the area of Irwin Street and Hanford-Armona Road. Police said several callers stated a white Dodge Challenger was speeding and doing doughnuts in the middle of the street. Officers said they located the car near Phillips and Scott streets, but it took off as officers approached it and sped into the opposite lanes of traffic attempting to flee. Officers said they initiated their emergency lights and sirens in an attempt to get the vehicle to pull over, but the Challenger just kept on going. #x-video-ad-asset-container .video-responsive-ad, #x-video-ad-asset-container-played .video-responsive-ad {position: relative!important; padding-bottom: 56.25%!important; padding-top: 30px;height: 0; overflow: hidden; }#x-video-ad-asset-container, #x-video-ad-asset-container-played { max-height: 0px; overflow: hidden; -webkit-transition: max-height 1s; -moz-transition: max-height 1s; transition: max-height 1s; }#x-video-ad-asset-container.expand { max-height: 1500px; margin-bottom: 20px; } After failing to stop at the posted stop sign at Scott and Irwin streets, police said Flenoid accelerated to a high rate of speed going northbound on Irwin Street, with several police cars chasing him. Because he was going so fast, police said Flenoid lost control of his car near Douty and Lang streets and crashed into two Southern California Edison power poles, sheering both poles in half. With the car stuck in the middle of the road, officers said they were able to get Flenoid out of the vehicle and arrest him. Officials said Flenoid sustained injuries from the collision and was transported to Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno for his injuries. Police said he was found to be intoxicated. Police officials said charges will be submitted to the Kings County District Attorney’s office against Flenoid for felony evading and DUI.
  8. Great video. I wish I had the attention to detail you have. My car is a disaster
  9. http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2017/09/ken_mcdearmon_falkville_alabam.html One person was killed and three others were injured in a Wednesday-afternoon head-on collision in Morgan County. (File photo) Ken McDearmon, a 62-year-old from Falkville, was dead at the scene on East Lacon Road, state troopers said in a news release. The crash happened around 4:15 p.m. about four miles south of Falkville. Troopers said McDearmon was driving a 2013 Dodge Challenger that collided with a 2002 Dodge 1500. The driver and two passengers in the Dodge were taken to a local hospital. McDearmon was not wearing a seat belt, according to troopers. The wreck remains under investigation.
  10. After reading the article Chuck posted, I can see how employees may not be too responsive. If they have been bought and have to worry about finding a job locally or relocating, they are probably not even thinking about responding to anything. Doesn't make it right, but I can't imagine dealing with that shit.
  11. So Arrington is still there and nothing has changed?
  12. Kick ass Greg.
  13. Its there now.
  14. My guess is Maryland Speed is just an office with 2 people running it, I truly have no idea if that is the case. The dealer has a giant overhead and has to have significantly more margin to maintain their cost structure.