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Maintenance and Troubleshooting / Re: MKS temp gauge issue.
« Last post by Thomks on December 02, 2023, 12:18:59 AM »
The thermostat is just a valve for coolant to enter, it reaches a certain temp, ie. 170
Performance Upgrades / 02 sensor extension
« Last post by Thomks on November 24, 2023, 04:45:05 PM »
So I am getting ready to receive and install my OBX downpipes, and while researching the part on forums I noticed that there is an issue with the cable for the 02 sensor not fitting. I was wondering if anyone knows any parts because I have been searching the internet and so far came across nothing.


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Performance Upgrade Discussions / Re: Replacing cats
« Last post by SHOdded on November 20, 2023, 03:25:24 PM »
only need to replace the usual 2.
Performance Upgrades / Re: UPR catch can kit
« Last post by kryptto on November 19, 2023, 06:44:29 PM »
I know this is an old thread, I used the dirty side only J&L never collected more than moisture.  I went to UPR, my neighbor here in FL works for them.  I bought a dual valve and they shot a how to YT video.  Not posted yet.  I have pictures and UPR does sell an all parts configured hoses plug and play.  Will report how much oil and contaminants it pulls out.  The valve cover hose next to filler over to intake pipe is a direct fit.

I know there are those like me that need detailed installation instructions.  They are making a dual can and single can config.  PM me for details if anyone cares.  I am over in SHOFORUMS mainly.

I am selling my J&L.
Livernois Motorsports and Engineering / Re: Let the Black Friday sales begin....
« Last post by bpd1151 on November 19, 2023, 05:48:04 PM »
I wish this forum had a..... emoji.

Never enough savings to offset all the damage your company does, and has done, to so many SHO owners.

Myself included.

@Admin should ban this vendor's account outright.

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Performance Upgrade Discussions / Re: Body kits
« Last post by bpd1151 on November 17, 2023, 06:16:01 PM »
I seem to recall the Cinnamon color owners myself, and for the love of God, I can no longer source his images.

Frustrating. But good info on the vendor alone, even if they no longer are producing the product itself.

Definitely worth reaching out to them..... who knows as they may still have the molds. Or they may have sold the molds off to some other company. Worth inquiring.

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Vehicle Builds / Re: bpd1151's 2010 SHO Rebuild Thread....
« Last post by BlueSHO on October 20, 2023, 07:38:15 PM »
Looks like it will be bada$$. I'm sure you wanting to drive your car after all this is the understatement of the decade...

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New Member Introductions / Re: Hello, new to the site
« Last post by bpd1151 on October 16, 2023, 05:55:54 PM »
Welcome to the madness!

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Performance Upgrades / Re: GT350 15.5" Brake Upgrade
« Last post by timbo on October 07, 2023, 11:59:06 AM »
Geez I have not updated this:

So I had an update a while back and apparently didn't post.  Here's my final update before I post about offering these as a mounting kit:

I've been driving around with these on for about a month now and cannot be happier with how they ended up.  I will get some pictures posted to show how everything ended up, but I'll give the jist of the "issues" I ran into:

#1 was rotor spacing, so I needed to get them moved out about 5mm, which I ended up designing spacers that necked down to engage both the rotor pilot and the smaller wheel pilot that ended up being where the rotor was spaced out to.

#2 was wheel spacing, which I found out a 15mm should work on the later "flower" wheels and even the double 5 spokes.  The earlier 10-12 will require at least an 18mm spacer.  Also add in the 5mm rotor spacer and subtract .5mm for the difference in hat thickness and it's around a 22-23mm difference of wheel/tire position with the earlier 20s.  I have them on mine and even with my coilovers set too low, I had no rub bottoming out, so that was nice.  I've since raised the car about 3/4" and it's a better ride and still looks good.

#3 and final issue was the hose:  nothing OEM will work and even finding a fitting to work on the front chassis proved to be difficult until the hose guy I use suggested a simple round one with a flange to hold it behind the bracket, but round so it doesn't need to be "clocked" any specific way.  The fitting still uses the OEM clip to hold it in place.  This worked perfectly since the caliper fittings are a L or R and would require me getting the hoses set up perfectly to minimize any static binding once installed.

I am currently getting hoses made by my local Brake Quip dealer.  Planning on the low profile, but might have to be the OEM.  These will be DOT Stainless PTFE hoses.  I can get rubber made if someone desires that, but will have to be made to order and not sure on the cost for the one-offs.  Probably the same as the PTFE lines.

Once everything is in I will make a new post with the offering and with some instructions as to what is needed and how to install.  Below are some pictures of how it looks.  The chassis fitting might be a little bit longer at the threaded part so it'll more match the oem length, but the hard lines do have a little bit of adjustment in that location since the bracket is designed to hold them there.

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