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  1. If he was cleaning, liquid clothes detergent is...

    If he was cleaning, liquid clothes detergent is like magic for making mud fall off. I use it over simple green in my pressure washer if the car is super muddy. It just runs off. I use gain liquid...
  2. Thread: Droop Rule

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    Softer lr/ rf. If you can run stacks and have...

    Softer lr/ rf. If you can run stacks and have someone to help you tune it I would run a digressive stack on lr and dual stage stack on the rf. That way you can raise rf static height and lower lr...
  3. Thread: 2000 grt

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    I would say if you can find someone willing to do...

    I would say if you can find someone willing to do the work without trying to just sell you a new car it's possible. There are alot of people around middle/northern ga that have updated older grt's....
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    Gotcha. I have a low oil pressure switch on my...

    Gotcha. I have a low oil pressure switch on my car that will shut it down below like 15. With a bypass button I can mash to make it start initially. When the word switch was used I assumed it meant...
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    Is there some sort of bypass for a pressure...

    Is there some sort of bypass for a pressure switch upon first startup when the pressure is low that will allow the car to start? Or does the water pressure build that quickly to 4lbs? That's the...
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    Why not put a water pressure gauge in the car?

    Why not put a water pressure gauge in the car?
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    If you want the track to get burned up in the sun...

    If you want the track to get burned up in the sun and provide crappy racing, then yes. Senoia runs 6 classes on Saturday night starting at 7:30 and we are at the pay window collecting the cash around...
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    Bud watson on Facebook had alot of leftover pac...

    Bud watson on Facebook had alot of leftover pac stock he bought when they shut down the suspension side.
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    Exactly. A 225 rf spring at 2000 @4" has a hell...

    Exactly. A 225 rf spring at 2000 @4" has a hell of alot different graph than any stack that ends at 2000
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    If you contact Jesse Lowe or Will Herrington on...

    If you contact Jesse Lowe or Will Herrington on Facebook, they have some top notch CVR cars that have won a ton of money in crate around the southeast. They are having chip build both of them new...
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    Cvr. No doubt about it. His cell is on their...

    Cvr. No doubt about it. His cell is on their business site on fb. Give chip a call. You wont regret it.
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    The traveller winches from tractor supply are...

    The traveller winches from tractor supply are super nice units. They also have the wireless kits to use a wireless remote with them. Also harbor frights are actually pretty good like stated above....
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    Precisely what I was thinking MBR

    Precisely what I was thinking MBR
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    Best thing would be to assemble the center...

    Best thing would be to assemble the center section of a new nose and trace it on the floor. And build to that.
  15. All makes sense now. I hadn't thought of it like...

    All makes sense now. I hadn't thought of it like that.
  16. Why would you run a bumpstop? Why not use the...

    Why would you run a bumpstop? Why not use the benefit of it sitting down even lower to your advantage and raise the deck height even more?
  17. Stacked digressive is my favorite way of running...

    Stacked digressive is my favorite way of running soft lr.
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    Seems like a dumbass rule. I doubt all cars are...

    Seems like a dumbass rule. I doubt all cars are the same. But in that case itll be hard to get the ride height any lower than if you're already at 4" off the ground. Most people do it with a stack lr...
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    What has to be 4"?

    What has to be 4"?
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    I dont have a picture handy but the strut is the...

    I dont have a picture handy but the strut is the lower control arm side that goes to the front crossmember. Some cars are rear strut that runs towards the rear of the car.
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    Short strut is a longhorn copy. The strut arms...

    Short strut is a longhorn copy. The strut arms are much further back in the car. Keeps the strut bolt from hitting and giving you more travel on rf. Ling strut car is more of a blue grey front car.
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    Is 90 degrees considered relating to the ground...

    Is 90 degrees considered relating to the ground or rear decking?
  23. Thread: 10" shock

    by Punisher88
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    I'm pretty sure my shock guy is a dealer for...

    I'm pretty sure my shock guy is a dealer for them. I found a 10" with remote canister that may work. I will contact my builder tomorrow to see what he thinks. Thanks guys for the replies.
  24. Thread: 10" shock

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    I'm a trail breaker by nature. I catch myself not...

    I'm a trail breaker by nature. I catch myself not letting off enough alot causing the car to be tight on entry so I feel like I would be able to get by no problem without one.
  25. Thread: 10" shock

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    I can't seem to find it anywhere online. Or any...

    I can't seem to find it anywhere online. Or any other manufacturer for that matter
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