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Old Jan 1, 2009, 01:21 PM   #91
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Front Rotors are 11.5" in size and Rear rotors are 10.5" or 11.2" for GT model inches in size. Changing rotors and pads, will keep stock clipers. I was thinking to go with iRotors but i heard EBC is much better quality. I talked to salesman, web site got nice live chat support. Gave them my VIN number so they put right order on it, so they gave me number back which i entered and got my order.
You seem to do a lot of auto x and tracking with the eclipse due to its GT equipped status. Those rotors will definitely keep you from getting any brake fade. Top quality slotted. Oh and I'm sure you already have done this but I'd get stainless steal brake lines. For extra high performance on the track.

With all that power under the hood (like 400 wheel Im sure right?) you shoulda went all out and put bbk on it. I'd also consider some custom brake ducting to keep them cooler and reduce brake fade. Next on your list I would hit walmart and get a quality tire to grip real hard.
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Old Jan 1, 2009, 01:31 PM   #92
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Added windsheild washer fluid, installed new RainX blades all around, and broke off a piece of the awful vent visors I have....

I don't know why I never learn that you get what you pay for.... Maybe these were $20 because they're COMPLETE CRAP!!!

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Old Jan 1, 2009, 09:59 PM   #94
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Diagnosed "Check Engine" light as a random misfire on Cylinders 1 and 3. Gonna check all the cheap and easy stuff(Spark Plugs etc) tomorrow and see if that solves it.
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Plugged a hole in one of my tires.
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Old Jan 8, 2009, 12:21 AM   #96
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Spent $190 bucks because I caved and ended up taking it to a shop to fix my above misfire issue (Spark-Plugs, god I wish I had just checked my self)
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Tracked down a random surging and bogging down problem on the Sportage to either the MAF, O2 sensor or maybe the TPS. The TPS checked out OK with my digital VM so it must be one the the previous 2. MAF sensor is $420, O2 is $240 and that's after market too.
I'll have to take it to a specialist to download and diagnose the codes as I have no way to do it at home. Doing it by trial and error is too expensive.

PS: The specialists tell me it was the MAF, everything else checks out OK including the fuel pressure, and injectors, a couple of other things I couldn't check my self. $420 + $80 labour.
Strange as I thought if anything it would be the O2 sensor.
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Let's see:
Took apart the dashboard to fix the speedometer cable and painted the dashboard trim that has come off over the years with some hobby paint pens I bought. It looks alot better now, but I sorta messed up painting the "Light" section, but the tach covers that part of the dashboard anyway.
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today i took my brand new truck purchased 3 weeks ago to a local body shop to get an estimate because some DIP**** hit my truck in a parking lot. only a medium sized dent but it's $1000 worth of damage. hit and run. i hate low-class people.

when i was in college i backed into a random car in a parking lot and left a dent. i left a note under the windshield wiper and went with her to the body shop a few days later (primarily to protect my own interest). leaving a note is just the right thing to do. stupid people.
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Wife ordered a wind restrictor for her Sky RedLine, we finally recieved it today. It was custom etched with a symbol she really likes (she's a BonJovi freak) and lights up bright red. I'll be wiring it up to the brakes so when she hits the brakes, the wind restrictor LED's light up as well. Also, setting up a bypass system so that we can run it off a 9v battery at car shows and club events instead of draining the battery.

I was skeptical when she ordered it, because I don't care for the symbol. I temporarily wired it up so we could see what it looks like...it's actually not too bad. Can't wait to see it installed between the seat headrests in her convertible.



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Wife ordered a wind restrictor for her Sky RedLine, we finally recieved it today. It was custom etched with a symbol she really likes (she's a BonJovi freak) and lights up bright red. I'll be wiring it up to the brakes so when she hits the brakes, the wind restrictor LED's light up as well. Also, setting up a bypass system so that we can run it off a 9v battery at car shows and club events instead of draining the battery.

I was skeptical when she ordered it, because I don't care for the symbol. I temporarily wired it up so we could see what it looks like...it's actually not too bad. Can't wait to see it installed between the seat headrests in her convertible.
Have a nice day!

Love that symbol, and recognized it INSTANTLY before reading your post.
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My wife broke a headlight on the Pathie. Nissan wanted nearly $400 for just the glass! Told the guy that isn't going to happen.
Got an entire headlight from Jap wreckers for $65.00! It's not like it's a part that wears out.
Another $65.00 got a stock replacement steering wheel from the same wrecker, I even managed to get one the right colour. I've never liked the wooden Nardi wheel that was on the Pathy when we bought it, it looks tacky, and it has sharp spoke edges which hurts your thumb on a long drive.
A recent drive to Sydney and back reminded me how much I dislike this wheel.

Had to buy a new O2 sensor for the Sportage after all. It wasn't throwing codes but it was still surging a bit even after replacing the MAF.
Fortunately the injection system is Bosch, and generic Bosh sensors both fit, and are comparatively cheap.
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I replaced the radiator as the old one (original, 13 years old) had started leaking.
then I washed the underside of the engine and radiator area to get rid of the old coolant and other grease and grime that was splattered around.
it's surprisingly easy to replace a radiator
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I was naughty and took it to 140mph.
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I replaced the radiator as the old one (original, 13 years old) had started leaking.
then I washed the underside of the engine and radiator area to get rid of the old coolant and other grease and grime that was splattered around.
it's surprisingly easy to replace a radiator
Maybe in your car.
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good thing I'm not changing them out on other cars
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Washed it then took it out for some fun time with the traction control off. I need new tires.
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Ah yes, I have been waiting a long time to post in this thread. This is what happened to my car Saturday!











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That looks fantastic!!

We need more info? What are the plans for that beast?
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Well actually, she still isn't finished being painted. It still needs the black GT stripes on the bottom of the doors and I'm having a Mach 1 blackout painted on the hood. Its a 69 Mustang GT coupe with a 351 Windsor.

But plans for it are pretty much restomod. Shes already fuel injected and I put a rack & pinion on it. Next up after I save up more money after all this body work is going to be a T5 trans.
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That looks great! I love Mustangs.
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New front brake job... $379 :/

Still over 100,000KM out of my last pads and rotors.
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I installed my AGP upper hard pipe and HKS SSQV blow off valve.

In the process of removing a difficult bolt securing my surge valve (to replace it with a block off plate) I also managed to lose a small 10mm wrench in my engine bay (that I cannot seem to find or retrieve).
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I picked up a set of 18x10 and 18x9 black powdercoated Saleen Rims last night. They look nice on my white Cobra. Sorry but they don't photo very well. Cars on jack stands because I'm putting an catless X pipe on as well.

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In the last week I have put a set General Grabber HTS's on the wifes SUV......excellent tire BTW.

I also installed a Kenwood DNX 5120 so now she knows where she is going but cant work the stereo.
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Grimm! Welcome back!

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Pictures of his Eclipse? Starting right in with the jokes I see.
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And I do mean that.


Pictures of his Eclipse? Starting right in with the jokes I see.
hahaha Thanks!! Good to see some of you still know me!!

It's been a long while. My life has been soulless and empty for the past month!
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