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I removed OEM box and replaced it with a microfiber cloth. It reduced engine load, gives more performance and aswell loss of 5lb
Re-did front calipers in red
I did some polish work on the runners. I also blocked the coolant passages to the S/C and machined the coolant passage to increase coolant flow to the rear head.
Ported and polished a Gen 3 Eaton M90
Went all black on the interior trim for now until I start the fiberglassing
So they are a light bar, but you cant select "Tail lights" as a part. My lights look stock, but I placed them in the oven and used a razor to carefuly take them apart. I then used some LED's from ebay and some boards from radio shack to make ...
Very easy mod.
Heres the link for the how-to
This is the speaker box I’m building for the Z, its made of 5/8 MDF and is about 2.6cuft internally not counting the port. I need will need to play with port size as it’s more “boomy“ than “punchy“. The front of the box, once completed, will house the amp ...
This is a pic of my center light bar mod. Stock, this panel does not light up. I did this mod much like the link below, but I made my light housing from Lexan, used LED strips, and was able to keep all of the mounting points intact.
Went and cut off the top of factory airbox and cut insides. going to have plexi top for it. these pic are testing fits will be using after market air filter. and cleaning it up.
I Replaced the old and tired tweed interior.
Ported for BBK Twin 65mm throttle body. Also cleaned up the underside A LOT. Used air tools to port and grind off a lot of imperfections, then 800 grit sandpaper to smooth out.