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Posted by geists2k, Apr 30, 2008 at 9:17 am
SMS wrote
A Mustang named after a rock! How fitting.

Posted by geists2k, Apr 26, 2008 at 5:17 pm
fourringpilot wrote
You should hang the third one down on your wall - poster size. Some great pics on here.

I have a whole series of those pics printed up and framed.

Thanks guys.
Posted by geists2k, Apr 10, 2008 at 4:52 pm
Pimp. 8)
Posted by geists2k, Mar 29, 2008 at 4:12 pm
doltmo wrote
If you need tires mounted to your rims but are afraid some high school kid's going to scratch your wheels, I recommend the Tire Barn on Allisonville Rd, just south of 116th Street in Fishers (NE Indianapolis). Ask for CJ (the manager) or Dustin (Ass't Manager). They will personally do the work. Mounted, balanced, and filled with N2 for $20 a wheel.

So far they've done 6 tires for the Lambo and not a single scratch.

5 stars

Those guys do a great job and I have taken all my wheels there the past few years, including the new huge 345/30/19's rears for the Vette and they were perfect.
Posted by geists2k, Mar 23, 2008 at 1:13 pm
AEM UEGO Sensor sold...
Posted by geists2k, Mar 23, 2008 at 8:16 am
ZUL8TR wrote
When the mechanics were working on your car, they may have bumped something an it just popped loose. You need to crawl under the hood and check every last vacuum line to make sure they are snug. Double check all in the area they worked.

If a line is not tight, it will leak. If you have enough line, simply trim the first tiny bit off and reattach.

Once you find the suspected leak, do not stop looking at the rest of the connections. Look at ALL.

Most of the time they use cheap rubber hoses for this stuff and over time with some heat the rubber gets hard and brittle and cracks.

I replaced all my vacuum lines with high quality, high-temp silicon hose and haven't had a problem since. I have a ton of this stuff laying around here Casey so if you want some of it let me know. You can have it for free.
Posted by geists2k, Mar 23, 2008 at 8:06 am
It's designed for the S2000 and you just remove the factory windscreen and this bolts in it's place - no drilling holes or anything.

I suppose depending on the car, you could find a way to mount it somewhere.

Here is a link...
Posted by geists2k, Mar 23, 2008 at 7:50 am
I'm posting all this stuff up here first for all the local S2000 guys before I post everything on S2KI. This will all go very quick over there, so let me know if you guys want any of these parts:

Z-Tec Camera Mount -- $100.00

PIAA Silicon Wipers set for S2000 -- $35.00

Moteki closed-end lug nut set - Black -- ***SOLD***

ARC Titanium Radiator Cooling Panel -- brand new, never installed -- $225.00

ARC Titanium Spark Plug Cover -- brand new, never installed -- $215.00

S2000 Accessories Polished Stainless Cross Member Cover -- $40.00

Spoon Sports Strut Tower Bar (Front) - Honda S2000 00+ (AP1/2) -- $150.00
Brand new and never installed...

Spoon Sports Chassis Cross Beam (Rear) - Honda S2000 00+ -- $120.00
Brand new in the box...

Spoon Sports Reservoir Covers -- $20.00

Spoon Sports Radiator Cap -- $25.00

Spoon Sports Titanium Shift Knob -- $75.00

MotorKlasse 7mm Half-Shaft Spacer Kit -- $100.00
Brand new, never installed. A must for a lowered car...

Rochester 1000cc Peak and Hold Fuel Injectors -- $240.00 (60.00 each)
Brand new, never used...

AEM UEGO Sensor (Bosch Wideband) -- *** SOLD ***
Brand new in the box...

Science of Speed Gauge Pod (2 gauge) 60mm -- $50.00

Defi-Link Control Unit II -- $80.00

Defi BF (black face) 60mm Boost Gauge (-30inHg to +28PSI) DF04303 -- $200.00

OE Honda Rear Spoiler (Silverstone) -- $100.00
Not a scratch...

OE Honda Rear Spoiler (New Formula Red) -- $225.00
New in the box...

(No pic, but just like the one above...)
Posted by geists2k, Mar 19, 2008 at 3:47 pm
LotusUSA wrote
Is Tim the one who tint your windows?

He tinted my Vette and my MDX. Came to my house and did it in my garage.

Can't beat it...