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Old 10-11-2019, 12:09 AM   #15
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For the last couple years the only forum I posted pictures on was the jr dragster website where the owners didn't allow forum hosting so I just got used to 3rd party hosting. Here I am asking the I.T. guy at work to buy me a domain and hosting. lol. Man, big thanks for pointing this out.
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For the last couple years the only forum I posted pictures on was the jr dragster website where the owners didn't allow forum hosting so I just got used to 3rd party hosting. Here I am asking the I.T. guy at work to buy me a domain and hosting. lol. Man, big thanks for pointing this out.
Glad to help!

Also I was curious why you went with the non-vvti 2j? I don't know too much about those motors but is just simpler to deal with or such?
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Glad to help!

Also I was curious why you went with the non-vvti 2j? I don't know too much about those motors but is just simpler to deal with or such?

Honestly I just asked LJ at FBM which one I should get and he told me to get the non-vvti. I don't know if he prefers it for simplicity of not dealing with the vvti or if it's another reason. I've learned to just take his advice and not ask questions. lol
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It's the little after work projects I think I enjoy most about this build. This week was more ride height checking (shock stroke/spring length) of the rear suspension as my MH street tires are the same size as the slicks I have. Also added ARP studs all around. I'm not sure why ARP lists three different lengths for FRS studs. I ordered their mid length (part number 100-7728) and other than the front nub of the stud the thread length is the same as the stock stud. I put those on the front, and their longest 100-7729 on the rear. I'll be running an open ended lug nut so more thread engagement is better, but I read the stock studs have issues. This may only be an issue the road racing cars have had but it was a cheap insurance policy.

Pulling the studs into the hub seemed like an great way to damage the threads or the lug nuts so I pressed them in with the vise. Of course the new harbor freight press is in the corner leaking oil... Probably could have still got it done but went to the vise anyway.
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