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What did you do for your Terminator today?

Discussion in 'Terminator Talk' started by mrose75, Mar 7, 2013.

  1. mbsvt

    mbsvt My Hot Rod's Established Member

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    Thank you
    I did all the work except for the heads.
    Can't wait to install it in the car. I have a new set of mid length Bassani headers and X pipe going in.
    Would love to get a whipple or VMP next!!!
     
  2. NotoriousGT350

    NotoriousGT350 Lubbock Terminator Established Member

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    Did some wet sanding today on parts of the front bumper due to scuffs I caused while doing my 3M headlight resto. Notice in sun there is still couple spots I need to touch up.
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  3. mbsvt

    mbsvt My Hot Rod's Established Member

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    Installed my new Bassani headers, New Clutch and flywheel:) Next up Install it in the Cobra soon...
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  4. whipple1raptor

    whipple1raptor Active Member Established Member

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  5. whipple1raptor

    whipple1raptor Active Member Established Member

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    I highly recommend this stuff. You can see the clouds in the clarity of the paint.

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  6. CobraBob

    CobraBob Authorized Vendor Premium Member Established Member Single Barrel Sirs

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    Good for you! You can have a lot of pride with all the work you've done/are doing.
     
  7. downhill

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    Made it more shiny!! The CG stuff works pretty well. 5B5C328C-D3DB-427A-92B5-E9011D5DD197.jpeg 3616F316-E352-4E4C-A3D9-E7BDA8D7C6C9.jpeg
     
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  8. timspony

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    Going to the Market today....

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  9. CobraBob

    CobraBob Authorized Vendor Premium Member Established Member Single Barrel Sirs

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    Kim's Cobra front end looks showroom clean, Tim. Is that original? Or a repaint. Nice.
     
  10. TerminatoRS

    TerminatoRS Who farted? Premium Member Established Member Party Liquor Posse

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    May I ask how you each applied those products? I haven't had very good luck with CG recently so I'm trying to determine if it's user error on my part in some way.
     
  11. downhill

    downhill New Member

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    Really I just get on their YouTube and saw how they do it and a bunch of new rags. Use a few for wiping off the product and a few for buffing because they get dusty after a while.
     
  12. whipple1raptor

    whipple1raptor Active Member Established Member

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    I applied by hand with one of their applicator pads. Then wiped off with a microfiber towel. I was dreading doing it, but the stuff went on very easy and came off just as easy. I also washed the car first with the glossworkz auto wash which is just as terrific. Anything in the glossworkz line has been clutch! IMG_1960.JPG IMG_1940.JPG IMG_1949.JPG

    I attached a picture just after the wash and another pic after the wash and after I applied the glaze.


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  13. Dip Dungles

    Dip Dungles Pew Pew Premium Member Established Member

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    Mounted it behind the drivers fog light and ran the AN line into the fender.
     
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  16. svt03vnm

    svt03vnm Member Established Member

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    D31A57BE-B87E-475E-8444-AA16F377BC38.jpeg 4165A3AB-9F1D-49B3-8295-E8F36D93B71A.jpeg Finally took her out to her first cruise over the weekend
     
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  17. Dip Dungles

    Dip Dungles Pew Pew Premium Member Established Member

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    Finally finished up my winter projects that consisted of the following,
    1.) Powder coated everything I could find
    2.) Replaced all coolant tanks and power steering tank. 16 year old crusty ones pissed me off
    3.) Added Bilstein HD shocks and struts. Factory ones were 16 years old with 33k on them.
    4.) Replaced gas tank filler gasket
    5.) Slapped in a dual catch can setup

    All that's left is to take her for a shakedown rip to verify everything is working correctly and to give her a much needed wash after sitting since November. 20200715_162915.jpeg 20200715_162924.jpeg 20200715_162931.jpeg
     
  18. NotoriousGT350

    NotoriousGT350 Lubbock Terminator Established Member

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    Have a cars and coffee meet on Saturday morning, so I decided to wash the car. I wanted to put my D-10s which gave me the perfect opportunity to clean the wheel wells with degreaser, scrub, rinse, then applied some Chemical Guys Barebones to bring some shine to them.
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    Pics below are before Barebones and after
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  19. MG0h3

    MG0h3 Well-Known Member Established Member

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    What size D10s and do you know the backspacing?


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  20. NotoriousGT350

    NotoriousGT350 Lubbock Terminator Established Member

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    16x10s with 6.5” I believe.
     
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