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grannyknot    11

Sounds fantastic Chris!, is megasquirt Matt the same Matt at MT in Richmond Hill? Looking a tuner for my MSQ setup.


James, yes one in the same, he's very talented, 2nd nature to him. I'm heading down to the shop next week for the final 'on the highway' tuning.

MOAR VIDEOS!  :rockon:


Congratulations! This gives me a needed kick in the pants to work on mine some more.

I have to do another vid but having so much fun just driving it.


Here she is out in the sun under her own power, first time on the road in about 20 yrs.post-28202-0-05754900-1497649181_thumb.jpg


I got the rest of the interior in,post-28202-0-77396300-1497649416_thumb.jpgpost-28202-0-03603500-1497649458_thumb.jpgpost-28202-0-21090100-1497649495_thumb.jpg


Matt tuned it from idle to about 3200 rpm so I'm trying to be a good boy until next week when he can finish the job.

Learned a big lesson today, when you change out the wheel studs for new ones you MUST re torque the nuts after a couple of miles, luckily I remembered before any damage could happen, every nut needed tightening :oops:

Got the ITB's balanced, after balancing the first 4 I put 1 & 2 on 5 & 6 and matched them up to 3 & 4


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grannyknot    11

The splitter looking lip attaches to the bottom of the air dam and extends back to the frame in front of the radiator, the real job it's doing is keeping the flexible urethane air dam from flexing. Without the lip I put on it there is no rigidity.

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