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Old 07-26-2004, 10:33 PM   #31
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Actually the disconecting rod stays in the upright postion the whole time, I thought it would need to be secured but Todd was right again Stayed up the whole time.
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Old 07-26-2004, 10:43 PM   #32
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The track temp was way higher than 90*, I would guess 105 or higher

Funny thing is the SilverBullets elc is a bit different than mine and didnt look to have any adjustment? I'll look at the schematics this week and come up with a bypass for a slick race ready stance
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The track temp was way higher than 90*, I would guess 105 or higher

Funny thing is the SilverBullets elc is a bit different than mine and didnt look to have any adjustment? I'll look at the schematics this week and come up with a bypass for a slick race ready stance
I got it. At least for the 92-99. Fuse numbers may vary.

For 92-99 (minor differences possible):

1. Open the trunk. Pull the carpet back from behind the seatback next to the right rear strut tower in the trunk.

2. Pull the 2-wire electrical connector from the round solonoid valve with 3 air lines attached.

3. Turn the utility inflator ON. Wait for the car to rise until satisfied, (sitting on it will tell you when you reach max height). Pull fuse 12 to prevent the exhaust solonoid from lowering the ride height (within 15 seconds).

No tools, no switches, no people sitting on the trunk.
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Old 07-27-2004, 05:22 PM   #34
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Ohhh......that'* a damn good idea.......time to dig out the service manuals again.....
Awww, y'all got him thinking again!! Now he'* gonna go Billy-rig something else!!
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Ohhh......that'* a damn good idea.......time to dig out the service manuals again.....
Awww, y'all got him thinking again!! Now he'* gonna go Billy-rig something else!!
I could rig it, but it'* so simple to pull a plug, hit a button, and pull a fuse.
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Old 07-27-2004, 10:27 PM   #36
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8 Ball was SKY HIGH. Car looked 2x as tall in the back compared to the front. And it was rock solid.
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8 Ball was SKY HIGH. Car looked 2x as tall in the back compared to the front. And it was rock solid.
Just wait till the 16'* with 8 psi slicks go on the front I think the car will be at a 45 degree angle.
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No 13" wheels? tsk tsk....
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No 13" wheels? tsk tsk....
Cant rotors are too big. 16 is smallest I can go unless I get the race brakes but that would be bad for normal driving.
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If anyone want track video footage, PM me your addy and I'll mail it to you.
Current selections.
1. 14.5 SilverBullet pops Turbo T-Bird
2. 14.6 SilverBullet chews on Camaro
3. 14.7 SilverBullet with Buckwheat abord as ballast Splits out 16.7 GreenZilla
4. 14.6 SilverBullet vs 14.9 BoneEvil 1st
5. 14.4 SilverBullet vs.14.8 BoneEvil 2nd
6. BoneEvil Splitting out GreenZilla
7, GreenZilla vs LittleJohn'* White Growler

......and many more.......
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