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Thread: so what are your plans for 2020 on your car?

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    so what are your plans for 2020 on your car?

    My two plans are to get some track time with my twin turbo 4.5 and see just how far into the CRAZY zone I can get. get the two step set and play with the bump in set up. With those two working it should be a fun time. Then it is on to the big block and start playing with some more power adder's.
    That should keep me quite busy for most of the summer....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    I donít plan on doing much with my 1990 in Wisconsin, but I may try to find where my battery is draining and where rainwater is leaking in.

    For my 1993, I want to get it to being a reliable daily driver. Needs new tires, has a slow coolant leak that needs to get tracked down, and the shifter is really wobbly. I may touch up some paint scratches then it'll be nice enough to take to the local car shows.

    I want my 1991 to be my stunt-double. It will get an improved rear anti-sway bar, engine cradle brace, all its body panels reinstalled, a few other bolt-on upgrades and hopefully a good roll bar. Maybe an improved exhaust, 1992 gas tank, and bigger rotors.

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    2020...for my '90 Anny:

    • Clay bar horizontal surfaces
    • Repair hole in rear bumper skin
    • Refresh seals iC tubes
    • Add wireless charging capability to center console lid
    • Buy/install late model pass. side exhaust manifold
    • " " wideband A/F meter
    • " " poly steering rack bushings
    • " " fresh neg. battery cable
    • " " fresh gas hood lifts
    • Try to attend more car shows than last year

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    got something for you

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick_Leuce View Post
    I donít plan on doing much with my 1990 in Wisconsin, but I may try to find where my battery is draining and where rainwater is leaking in.

    For my 1993, I want to get it to being a reliable daily driver. Needs new tires, has a slow coolant leak that needs to get tracked down, and the shifter is really wobbly. I may touch up some paint scratches then it'll be nice enough to take to the local car shows.

    I want my 1991 to be my stunt-double. It will get an improved rear anti-sway bar, engine cradle brace, all its body panels reinstalled, a few other bolt-on upgrades and hopefully a good roll bar. Maybe an improved exhaust, 1992 gas tank, and bigger rotors.
    I have a late gas tank with a bigger fuel pump already installed that I could send down the road if you want it let me know....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    I want to finish my TVS kit and new fuel system and get it dialed in. Maybe build a Turbo kit for my five speed car
    93 SC Red Aod 4.2/2.3lwhipple 422rwhp 11.360
    2013 Shootout Bracket ET First Place
    2015 Shootout Car Show Honerable Mention
    2016 Shootout Mod-1 First Place
    2018 Shootout Pro Street Runner Up
    Coming soon new motor 2300 TVS etc..
    90 35th aod stock, 90 5 speed Bolton Build in progress

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    For starters just to start driving it some again..............
    SCCOA Member #2406
    '94 SC AUTO - 2.3 Whipple
    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/garage_v..._vehicle&id=19

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    Get this baby in and running.Name:  20191211_190553.jpg
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    ~Chris
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    SCARlit on drag duty now

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    if you need any info

    Quote Originally Posted by BLOWN38 View Post
    Get this baby in and running.Name:  20191211_190553.jpg
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    If you need anything feel free to get a hold of me. I got mine up and running with the twin turbo set up on it I did pick up a few ideas along the way so feel free to ask....Rich
    Too many cars,too little time to drive them. Anything less than 500 cubes is a small block. If you slow down in life you will get run over..

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    Few things to get ready for Hot Rod Power Tour and maybe part of drag week. Fix cracked cylinder head, rear tires, exhaust, retune should about cover it.
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