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  1. You can heat them with a torch until they fall apart and remove some of the top ring. You can get about an inch doing this. Then you have to modify the metal body of the isolator but cutting the cup in various sections so you can fold it back over the shortened rubber isolator and then tack weld the folds. This was very common before the widespread adoption of camber plates. For a street car it's nice as you get some lowering but also it tightens the strut top so in cornering you don't lose as much camber. Think of it as halfway between stock and camber plates.
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  3. Thread revive. Looking again at a ZF 6HP26/28 trans, it's viability has improved in that a bell housing adapter is now available for the LS as is a mickey mouse controller, the HGT GCU. Apparently these ZF boxes are exclusively trick inside in that shift speeds can be adjusted to near instantaneous. The car is a 280ZX 2+0 built for circuit racing.
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  4. Hi Guys and Gals, I couldn't find my original post but it was about 2013. I'm still making 250 GTO light covers from crack proof plastic so you can use any old drill bit without worry of cracking the covers. I'm asking $120/pair and the shipping is covered with $30. Please email me at: mclapp5526@gmail.com so I can send more photos and details or feel free to call anytime at: 816-286-6982 to talk about the covers. I also make the hood scoops for $50/pair. If you don't have trim rings (who does), I have proprietary rubber seal that keeps out moisture/dust and gives a really finished look for
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