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Discussion in 'Terminator Talk' started by mrose75, Mar 7, 2013.
Holy shit that car looks good
Nice!! I just got my gen4, it was a little over 2 months. You can always talk to Nick at Lethal Performance and he'll give you an eta from Whipple on the blower
I did just that! Snagged a set of ARH 1 7/8” x 3” long tubes with full 3” off-road x pipe just last week also from Lethal!
How were you contacting Nick? Phone/email/PM?
Thanks for the heads up! The price on the Gen4 sure did look good lol.
Figured though I may as well go all out since this will probably be the last “streetcar” I get to build this way thanks to the EPA!
I just emailed Lethal after about a month of waiting just to get a general idea of when the blower would get shipped. Nick Shadoin is the gentleman that helped me out.
Eibach pro-kit. Thanks!
today i finally got around to putting my correct original terminator windshield wiper blades back on, along with new inserts. for the past few years i've just been running a generic pair of blades from auto zone. but it never really felt "right" lol
Picked the car up after had front bumper holes filled. Am more than happy with the results. It looks fantastic. I’m not sure Of the nationwide perception of Maaco as a body shop, but the one here in Gainesville did a fantastic job.
Here is what the bumper did look like.
I'm debating on starting the car up today. Last time it ran was probably the first week in November. Might change the oil as well.
Forecast looks like a good chance of rain next week, clean up the roads!
I'm debating on throwing the Metco lower on again....
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I had seen your post and was looking forward to hearing about and seeing the "after" pic. Wow, Maaco did, indeed, do a fantastic job. I wouldn't consider a Maaco to be my better choice, but yours came through in spades. Very nice. The plugs are better than exposed holes, but filling the holes and a re-paint is such a better option.
I know the feeling, Brady. The anticipation and excitement of driving your feel-good car now that Spring is here. I pulled the cover off my G-70 yesterday and it ended up being colder than I expected and very windy. But, our roads or pretty clean since we don't use sand anymore so I took it out for a drive for a couple of hours. Couldn't resist it. Taking it out again later this morning for a 45 minute drive to a seafood restaurant by the shore. Lobster roll and fried scallops are calling my name. LOL.
Just curious, do they still use sand on your roads during the winter? Sounds like it.
That's awesome . They use sand and salt. Roads are still nasty. I'd like to change oil in the cobra and get it to the shop. Then bring the notch home and do some work on it.
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I broke the pocket book out and I spent enough coin where I could've bought an additional modified Terminator. I almost puked when the money left my account but I'm excited for the build ahead.
TVS 2.65 Gen3R max effort kit, McLeod RXT clutch w/ lightened flywheel, kooks 1 7/8" x 3 headers, 3" X-Pipe, Bassani 3" catback, ID1300X injectors, Lethal Performance return fuel system, two Walbro 485lph pumps, titanium cam cover bolts, titanium COP cover bolts, head cooling mod, coolant crossover delete, AFCO polished HE, Metco double ball bearing pullies, Metco accessory drive pullies, new thermostat, HPS radiator hoses, radiator support mounts, Toyo R888Rs, Bronze SVE Series 2 wheels, StopTech rotors, Hawk HPS pads, stainless steel lines, radiator tank, intercooler tank, Sigala carbon fiber pieces (chin spoiler, fog bezels, grille bezel, wiper cowl, mirror bases), Weapon X coils, MGW race handle, all new AmsOil fluids, LED bulbs for everything, and some odds and end replacement parts.
Cancel the coils. Stock coils work just fine. And in some cases better than the aftermarket coils.
Thanks Bob. I was very very pleased when they pulled the car around from out back. The guys who now I've met, are really big time car guys, and they take a lot of pride in the work at the shop in town here. I couldn't recommend the Maaco here enough.
Yes those plugs were a great temporary fix, but now that the bumper looks new, I'm wondering why I didn't do this sooner, haha.
I was about to suggest the same thing!
I was thinking the same thing. It was more of a "while I'm at I might as well replace them" kind of thing
If you end up running into issues you could pick up a set of stock replacements. But I'd wait to see if you have problems first.
Where did you get the Metco Inner idlers?
And nice list of parts my friend! Have fun!
Found a random set on market place local to me.