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2.0L LNF Performance Tech 260hp and 260 lb-ft of torque Turbocharged tuner version.

I'm thinking I should start a build thread. Guess this is it.

Old 12-03-2016, 11:03 PM
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in the pic, that was 2 18x 32 sheets and a smaller one I don't know how small it was. I think it will be enough to cover the floor of the car. maybe some on the sides of the trunk as well, trunk is most important to me, cause that's where most of the sounds come from, trunk gremlins. lol I'm doing that first then the front. I haven't started the 9 sheets yet, I got a few sheets from a friend .
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:02 AM
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soo, good news, got a pretty decent settlement from workers comp for cutting my arm last year. so should have new motor in a short time. depending on how built I decide I want it I guess.
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:03 AM
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Ah nice man what did you plan on going with? Did you cut your arm pretty bad?
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:37 AM
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Well i dont wanna spill yet but it will be a built ldk. Built block, not sure quite how built top end will be. I have narrowed down what i want and emailed zzp for price. And yes, i almost lost it. I have a gross pic if u wanna see
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Old 12-06-2016, 09:41 AM
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Sounds like its going to be a nice buid. I don't mind lol
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Old 12-06-2016, 10:47 AM
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How is your arm now?
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Old 12-06-2016, 01:53 PM
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Ya but im getting impatient and may get a little less motor than id like lol but still awesome.
Arm is good, will have to deal with stuff like it freezing quickly and aching some days or weeks all day. And its alot weaker thsn man it used to be, was my strong arm. Also lost a muscle , the one that helps u when ur in tight places in an engine with ur hand in that sidways possition, ya i loose grip strength and drop my tools often. But i work around it . otherwise its good
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Old 12-06-2016, 01:54 PM
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Does no one want to see a pic of the arm? I want to gross someone out lol
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I'll see it haha
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Old 12-06-2016, 03:26 PM
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I ain't afraid of no picture haha. How did it happen?
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I got my jacket caught on a 4 foot circular saw and pulled in. I didn't realize one of the 2 blades were still winding down.
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I got my jacket caught on a 4 foot circular saw and pulled in. I didn't realize one of the 2 blades were still winding down.
Wow, sounds like you got lucky that it was winding down. I'm sure that scared the hell out of you. Power equipment can do serious damage quick.
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Well glad your OK for the most part tom
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Well glad your OK for the most part tom
for the most part? lol
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Lol well since you lost a muscle and stuff
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Ya you're lucky you didn't lose your arm. I was 2 seconds from being crushed in half at my last job when a 15 year old with no license confused the gas pedal for the brake and slammed into the back of my work truck. Of all the dangerous places I worked I was almost done in a parking lot in what should have been the safest place.
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Yup always have to be carful. Here is some proof
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Im sorry, that still makes me cring
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Im sorry, that still makes me cring
Can't believe they saved that arm. You are lucky
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Can't believe they saved that arm. You are lucky
Someone was watching over me that day. Non of the doctors couldnt believe that I didn't loose any feeling or motor skills. the doc who sowed me up took a picture after so he had proof he actually was able to sow it up
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Wow I can't believe they saved that either. Doesn't even look real it's so chewed up. Straight out of walking dead.
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They had already cut off the hanging muscle at this point , so it was even more gross
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Wow!! That's all I have to say....
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Well i have decided what my motor will consist of. Talked with zzp, gonna be ordering next month sometime
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Well i have decided what my motor will consist of. Talked with zzp, gonna be ordering next month sometime
Are you going to share what you decided........
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