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Old 11-16-2002, 07:42 PM   #1
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You may have noticed that I registered for this site... and I'd like ya to know up here in MN there'* another Speed Product/Servicing setup.

"Dark Duck Racing" -- It'* mine. I've been to lazy to write a website for it but I thought you'd be interested. *shrug*

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To write a website for it? You need me to do a website for it? We are good with Angry Duck Tofu Racing. Especially when you show up to Vortech/Paxton, Turbonetics, Allen Engineering, ARP and say the name, they have to hear it twice. I will never tire of the surprised face. :P
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To write a website for it? You need me to do a website for it? We are good with Angry Duck Tofu Racing. Especially when you show up to Vortech/Paxton, Turbonetics, Allen Engineering, ARP and say the name, they have to hear it twice. I will never tire of the surprised face. :P
Nah, I actually do web-development as a profession. The Custom work and parts development are a side job that I'm trying to get starting between school and work and life. Crazy how that works. Therefore, too busy/lazy for a website. I'll prolly have one up in a couple months with flashy logos and the limited amount of custom parts I'm actually building. (Converting IC'* to Air to water Intercooling)

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What kind of parts do you have and will they compare with hector'* parts
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Nothing for 3800'*. Turbo stuff is typically what I do.

Locate/re-build turbochargers.
TEC-III/SDS installations
EEC-Tuning

A LOT of custom installation/tuning.

S10 with a 383 (Ran 10'* on 100 octane)
Custom Cruiser Wagon (Run'* 14s, but DAMN is that a big car to run a 14)
Buick T-Type (11'*, but you'd never know it)
The Ole SHO - 12 second 4-door sedan with a Vortec
'01 Cobra - Yeah, we just threw a blower on it and it had 450 horsepower ...
MESStang - 2.3 Turbo project I'm in the middle of
FordPny - (Friend'* car) - Big turbo 351W DFI project.

I've done other smaller projects but those are the more impressive "big number" projects. I don't have anything that'* useful for bonneville parts; I do things junkyard style. The MESStang in fact has everything from the junkyard sans new shocks and springs. Heh - I've been seen on more than one occasion searching out good sparkplug wires at the junkyard. hahaha.

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Hector is a turbo man too.. hmm I wonder what it is about turbos that attract them to Bonneville’*. I think its destiny. Actually Hector has the deal all figured out he is just setting up. I also know there was another company who as also doing turbo kits on series 2 non-Sc Bonneville’*. I lost the link and can’t find it now. It took a six-pack and 3 hours of random surfing to find it too. LOL time to buy some more Canadian beer (think juice) and go surfing.

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We here at ADTR love turbos as well. We can source them from junkyards rust free and working perfectly since rust dont not really exsist here in California, and for cheap. Plus we have access to alot of sources and Turbonetics is also down the street from us. (5 min literally). Plus turbos are more effecient.
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My ambitions are to Graduate (a year or so away), get a job, buy an old shop, clean it up, get a dyno, and go from there.

I'm sick of the "speed-shops" that are popping up everywhere, the ones that just install body kits and Nitrous. Pisses me off.... SO, might as well open up a legitimate shop.

Basically I want it to be something that'* never been available to me. Fellow car guys, willing to help, who say "That'* a cool idea, how do you think we could do that?" instead of "That'll never work."

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Welcome to the world of Southern California. Just on a larger scale. And alot of shops out here that do body kits will re-produce ones make by say Wings West, sell it for full price, and it will not be the same quality. It gets bad out here. ADTR is really all about performance, we don't really care about how it looks. Anything is possible, just a matter of how creative you are.

We also were thiniking about building a dyno. But one of our friends made one in his shop that can handle 1000HP so we just might use that. And yes we will dyno the headers on my car.

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