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About GTTRacing91PGT

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  1. ThomasW's Two into One build

    Very cool. Definitely a part that becomes an afterthought to many. Should be a real unique piece!
  2. 94 Cobra #3815

    Looks awesome man. Your shaved bay is one of the things that drew me to this site in the first place, so I'm happy to see you're still at it with this car.
  3. The Madd Motorsports POS

    The box looked pretty small. You had me curious, haha. Cant wait to see the items!!!
  4. Carbon Fiber Repair

    They work for me now
  5. The Madd Motorsports POS

    Are those the side splitters from carters?
  6. MXProbeStang Build

    Not sure if this will work: I'm not running an air filter at the moment. I couldn't fit one under the hood and didn't want to cut it yet. I plan on adding some boost which will eliminate the need for an air cleaner. Once I have that setup fabbed, I'll cut the hood accordingly so everything fits. That's the plan anyhow.
  7. MXProbeStang Build

    It drives pretty nice. The mufflers dump right into the backside of the bumper so it rattles real bad, but I think that noise will go away if i correct that. The shop is Carl Ruth's in Shillington. Been there forever. It drives very nice. I want to get a few miles on the clutch, replace the horrible sloppy shifter and secure all the loose odds and ends inside before I really rip on it. Hopefully the trans and rear hold up when that happens.
  8. MXProbeStang Build

    Not sure if anyone still keeps an eye on here or not, but an update. Hopefully the pics work: It was time to take the car to the dyno to get straightened out. Just couldn't seem to get it smooth enough. I have a buddy that is the tech at a local shop so I knew it was in good hands. He spent hours on it, and finally got it straightened out. I was very impressed with the numbers, and consider it a huge success. Ended up at 347/334. As far as what's next... I'll probably spend the winter and spring cleaning the car up. It needs a good cleaning/buff and the interior needs to be finished/put together.
  9. Any electricians? Garage troubles

    I have 2 garage door openers and my battery charger for my drill. That's about it. I think I will bring my meter home tonight and check for resistance. Thanks for the suggestions guys!
  10. I thought I'd reach out and see if anyone has any advice for me before I hire an electrician. I bought a new house over the summer with a nice 21X21 attached 2 car garage. A month into living there, I no longer have power going to the garage. Ther is a GCFI outlet right off my panel in the basement, and it runs to my bathrooms, 2 outside outlets and my garage. The GCFI one day popped while nobody was home. I replaced he GCFI and the new one popped immediately as well. I then removed it and replaced it with a standard outlet to see if the breaker popped, which it did. I then removed the standard outlet, replaced the GCFI, but did not connect the wires coming out of the GCFI. Basically just the GCFI going to the breaker. The GCFI did not pop. So i began disconnecting outlets throughout the house to see if I could find a point where it popped vs didn't pop. I'm at the point where all the outlets are staying on now, except the garage. There is a wire I unhooked from one of the bathroom outlets that seemed to be what made the GCFI pop, so I'm assuming that wire leads to the garage. So my question is: Is there some way I can test the garage outlets with a multimeter or something to find my fault? Does anyone have any idea what may be the problem? Anyone run into this trouble before? It's very frustrating. I'd like to get my garage going before winter and this is a major roadblock.
  11. MXProbeStang Build

  12. MXProbeStang Build

    I was going to do the hood myself but ended up having a new body shop up the street do it for me. I was afraid the scoop would crack off so I left it to the pros. I need to cut the holes underneath once I decide on an air cleaner, but otherwise it's done.
  13. MXProbeStang Build

    So I ended up using the adapter and master cylinder in the previous post. I was able to beat on that little ledge on the firewall enough to allow the adapter to fit in the upright position. It was a lot closer than I thought once I really got into it. That allowed me to mount the master cylinder the correct way:
  14. MXProbeStang Build

    I know I haven't updated this since December, but I thought I'd keep everyone in the loop: I still have some little issues to work out. I'll make a better post later this week. In the meantime, enjoy it moving on its own for the first time!
  15. What he said. Where does everyone recommend?
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