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Old 02-21-2007, 06:18 PM
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hey zz4, are those seats you have from summit? cause i have the same ones and from mocking them into my first gen, they are way too high. how did you get yours to sit so low? im thinking i have to make a portion of the floor flat just to get the seat low enough, and i am only 5' 9", head is 1" from headliner



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Yep, summit seats. I live 10 minutes from there, and found a few on the discount table...couldnt pass up the deal.

Anyhow, are you using the brackets that came on them? It looks that way int he picture. I tried using a stock s-10 bucket seat bracket, and they were too tall like that. Using the bracket that came on them worked fine for me, but I did "massage" the floor some. I flattened the front ridge in the floor to get the angle right.

I honestly dont know how much room I have to the headliner. I dont think the 2nd gens are any taller than a 1st. Im 6" and 172lbs, and the seat fits pretty much perfect for me. Stuff like that drives me nuts if its not just right.
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Old 02-21-2007, 10:16 PM
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Wow that tube chassis deal could sure use some Exhaust stacks and a flatbed. That would complete the oakie vibe that guy puts off
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Old 02-22-2007, 08:15 AM
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Heres my on going project...



Rest of them here, recently updated it.
Make sure to check out my updated front suspension and brakes.
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2058627


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The white is for sale if you know anyone looking
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Wow that tube chassis deal could sure use some Exhaust stacks and a flatbed. That would complete the oakie vibe that guy puts off
Oakie from Phenokee........
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Here's my money pit...
Very nice numbers - wow. What are the engine details? Is that a water reservoir for A/W intercooler ?
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Very nice numbers - wow. What are the engine details? Is that a water reservoir for A/W intercooler ?

Pro Turbo Systems Gen II Lightning PT76 kit (installed in camcojb's garage)
Johnny Lightning Performance built longblock
Crower custom-ground Turbo cams and upgraded valve springs,
4" Downpipe, 48mm Turbosmart Wastegate, Greddy BOV, Bassani BX Catback, Aeromotive Fuel System, 750 cc RC injectors, SCT Pro Racer Package

Tuned by me. 14* of timing and 22 psi of boost.
I'm using pump gas and alky injection (with a splash of race gas for safety).

Yep, I have the stock Lightning/Harley A/W intercooler setup. I upgraded the reservoir with a larger one and increased the size of the exchanger in the front with a LFP unit.
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Pro Turbo Systems Gen II Lightning PT76 kit (installed in camcojb's garage)
Johnny Lightning Performance built longblock
Crower custom-ground Turbo cams and upgraded valve springs,
4" Downpipe, 48mm Turbosmart Wastegate, Greddy BOV, Bassani BX Catback, Aeromotive Fuel System, 750 cc RC injectors, SCT Pro Racer Package

Tuned by me. 14* of timing and 22 psi of boost.
I'm using pump gas and alky injection (with a splash of race gas for safety).

Yep, I have the stock Lightning/Harley A/W intercooler setup. I upgraded the reservoir with a larger one and increased the size of the exchanger in the front with a LFP unit.

When are you gonna start making some real power? That thing is a slug..........

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