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    • KCDsmDude
      KCDsmDude reacted to tylersevo's post in the thread Drag Race Build Vroom Vroom Awd with Like Like.
      Lucky for you my wife is a recruiter for a large CPA firm based out of Cincy and she works remote. I bet she can get you in easily.
    • KCDsmDude
      PM'edJK. Clear your DM's. Maxed out!
    • KCDsmDude
      It's out of my control, well really it's out of our control.It's a matching process and the sites rank the candidates, then the candidates rank the sites, and it goes through a matching process. YipiiiieeeeI'll be looking to get into whatever...
    • KCDsmDude
      Well, not much has changed. Car is sitting while I wait, but I will be moving in the next few months so 100% of my energy will be put into finishing home projects, selling furniture/packing stuff up, house and job hunting. Feb 18th I'll know...
    • KCDsmDude
      Well, I'll need to make some friends with the folks that perform the tests LOL. Car is stripped interior, CF panels all over, wire tuck, etc.Any large racing scenes/tracks?
    • KCDsmDude
      KCDsmDude reacted to darkgant's classified ad For sale 1998 2gb eclipse gsx 5speed 92k miles with Like Like.
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      KCDsmDude posted a question on the classified ad For sale Transmissions and T-Case.
      stock rebuilds on the trans?
    • KCDsmDude
      When is the last time anyone has had any communication with Carbonetics?I sent my deposit for carbon fiber doors 22 weeks ago, with an estimate of 16-20 weeks at the time. I e-mailed last week to see if there was an update and haven't received...
    • KCDsmDude
      KCDsmDude replied to the thread My old 2G.
      I have that same shift knob just sitting in my garage. Love that big ole shiny bastard.
    • KCDsmDude
      Hey guys, might be making the move to the area within the next year. My partner is potentially finishing her Phd at the Durham VA, and I will follow if that happens. Had a few car related; and non-car related questions about living/life/etc.1...
    • KCDsmDude
      These would pair well with my CF doors on order.. hmmmm
    • KCDsmDude
      KCDsmDude replied to the thread 97 AWD Swapped Spyder.
      If you want to get into higher end cars and that Spyder has a price on it, my DM's are open. :)But given that the car is beautiful I'm sure it has a line of folks waiting to buy it.
    • KCDsmDude
      Oddly enough, I have OP's car now.Almost the same picture too.
    • KCDsmDude
      Hmmm. I'll check my 95 when I get home and see if I have the vented rotors.I'll be needing new ones since the axles are SEIZED into the fawking hubs.
    • KCDsmDude
      KCDsmDude replied to the thread 97 AWD Swapped Spyder.
      That's going to look sick in there, when you add some heat to the manifold it will change colors, and during that transition it's going to really pop with the purple and titanium UICP.I remember getting my Morrison Fab hot parts kit lol. Took...
    • KCDsmDude
      With soft metals like aluminum, your natural strength should be enough. Especially with some type of lube, rotating 2 turns in and one out. Have you ever had a situation where the drill was absolutely necessary? (On a aluminum head)jw
    • KCDsmDude
      Thinking back, no. The drill seemed a bit excessive at the time, but I never bothered to look up how others were doing it hahaha.Well, disclaimer for anyone reading: don't test your luck with using a drill like I did.
    • KCDsmDude
      I've done this on eight + DSM's, and I replace every exhaust stud, never had any issues except for what I mentioned lmao.Guess doing it by hand is the preferred way?
    • KCDsmDude
      The tap you're using to drill into the heads, what tool is that attached to? Is that attached to a drill?I always put the tap directly into the drill and go super slow, 99% of the time it works well but sometimes the tap gets stuck in the head...
    • KCDsmDude
      It's not the fact that it's a hotmail account. It's the fact that it's in the username, their only post, and they joined in June.Ban hammer. More than likely.
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