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  1. Took Go Man Go to a dyno day out of curiosity. I was thinking about 650RWHP based on the track runs being 10.5Xs at 130+MPH. Came in a bit over that actually at 669.6RWHP so pretty stout. Watched some other cars run on the same dyno that day and the numbers seem like they make sense.
  2. Got the new gauges installed and have been enjoying them the past couple of weeks. They really updated the interior and gave it a more modern feel, but still classic muscle car. I started to separate the white bezel from the clear face, but it's just too sensitive and I was sure it'd break, so I found a way to mask it off for paint. Glad I took that extra step as I don't think the white bezel would have looked good with the black faces. This is actually a very easy project to do, much easier than I expected and the return on investment extremely high since these are right there in front of you every time you drive the car.