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About GTTRacing91PGT

  • Birthday 12/25/1984

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    Kutztown, PA

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    Corey

My SN95

  • Year
    2003
  • Model
    Mach 1
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    1997 Probe GTS
  • Color
    White

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  1. The new harbor freight boxes are amazing. If your harbor freight box is older, I'd say stop in a store and check out the new ones. Very impressive, and with the coupons, you can usually get a good deal. This site is the Harbor Freight coupon database. Has all their coupons in one place, digitally so you don't have to keep paper coupons. This way you always have the best discount coupons too. If you reconsider the Craftsman box, I highly recommend the new US General boxes.
  2. Social media link icons at the bottom of the forums under the Dark theme only go to the main pages (instagram.com instead of instagram.com/sn95source for example). They're correct under the normal theme though.
  3. I installed a McLeod Lightened Steel Flywheel along with a McLeod clutch and I am very satisfied. It is very driveable. https://www.americanmuscle.com/mcleod-steel-flywheel-8bolt.html That's the one I went with. Would recommend it,
  4. Those calipers look great on there! Count me in for a set of those brackets!!! 🤑
  5. So I think it's time to move on from the Nova. I don't drive it and with the Probe and Mach, I just don't have much interest. If anyone is interested, or knows anybody that may be interested, send them my way.
  6. I've been tossing around the idea of sound deadening in the Probe. Give me some feedback once it's all together. I am very curious as to how much it quiets everything down,
  7. Thanks Ryan. Yea, I don't get out enough. I'm sure our paths will cross sooner or later
  8. Wow, I haven't updated this in quite some time. The throw-out bearing blew up shortly after I had it at the track, so I changed the flywheel/clutch combo to a McLeod unit. Gutted the cats since most of the material inside must have blown out anyhow. Replaced the faded headlights with new ones. Replaced the worn out floor mats with Mach 1 mats. Picked up some Rovos and Nittos for it, a pair of Cobra mirrors and a Cobra bumper. Fixed a few paint blemishes along the way too. I just started with Flickr, so hopefully this all works. Onto some pics:
  9. Can't wait to see it! Love the choices you made, congrats man
  10. Did you ever finish your fog light project?
  11. Very cool. Definitely a part that becomes an afterthought to many. Should be a real unique piece!

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