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Old 09-28-2015, 09:43 AM
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Pump gas is our friend and cool to see your car on the Dyno in bare steel
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Dyno run sounds awesome! I'm digging the front end work too.
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Car sounds great! I wish I had 450 to the wheels. Nothing skimpy about that, for sure!
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Thanks, guys!

I've signed up for a track day in January (Speed Ventures @ Fontana Raceway Jan 16th) and now I need to get the car ready. One of the things I need are tow hooks. Since my car is so customized, I doubt that I could just buy a set (and why would I want to. that would be too easy, ha ha) I had to first make a place to mount a rear hook, then the hook itself. Then I made the front hook... only I welded all my front bumper brackets when I built the car. So the front bumper assy will need to come off, cut the welds, and reassemble everything and hopefully the tow hook will fit in there.
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Looks great!
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Nice work!
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Nice work!

Thanks, guys! Here's more pics from the weekend. I installed my 5th belts as well as cut holes in my seats (not without poking myself with the exacto, ha ha) and got my front hook installed. Of course, it needed trimming and I managed to destroy the headlight wiring in the process by pulling wires out from sockets as they were too short. So I had to rewire my headlights and I gave them longer wires/ weather pack connectors to allow for improved future dis assembly.
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Nice job on the tow hooks, they came out nice.
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Old 12-16-2015, 12:19 PM
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what did you use for those seat inserts ?
I've got ugly gashes in my seats for the sub belts, having a nice plastic piece of trim looks a lot better.
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Nice job on the tow hooks, they came out nice.
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what did you use for those seat inserts ?
I've got ugly gashes in my seats for the sub belts, having a nice plastic piece of trim looks a lot better.
I bought this:

http://www.sector111.com/parts/inter...at_grommet.cfm

Hopefully the gashes in your seats are smaller than these.
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