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Old 05-21-2019, 08:13 AM   #91
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No Need for 16 pen style magnets like Hardcore told you almost 6 here years ago now.
Just because I know you live in the internet and so are lame to the goings on in the real world, let me just remind you of what the scene was like in September of 2010. The LS3 was in it's 3rd year of production. As hot and desirable as anything can be. To insinuate that I or anyone might work at a busy corvette shop during this time and not swap a shit ton of cams just further shows your disconnect from the realities of this industry.
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That's enough of this for this time. I just cant handle this place anymore. It feels so slimy here. So filthy and dirty being in a forum that so viciously and repeatedly attacks people for their disability. I gotta get back out into the real world where I am doing so well. And I will stop back in at the end of summer to ask about that promised racecar we were all supposed to see.
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September 2010 buddy. That is when I started chasing performance and rebuilding Corvettes everyday. 6 years ago when all that shit went down with hardcore I was already pretty set in my ways to the tune of 4 years. But then, isn't that how all the shit went down in the first place? Was specifically my apprehension to 10 sets of spark plugs to tune?! Why yes that's exactly it. 6 years ago I had already done a shit ton of cam swaps on LS you dumb son of a bitch. We don't all live in a fantasy land like you. Some of us are actually out in the world living it and doing it. So sorry none here seem to be able to motivate past their keyboard.

But you know, it is absolutely flattering how you seem to want to keep claiming bits of my knowledge as your own. You are the CNN of DC, brian.
I don't know what your so mad about.
Hardcore went 10.50 Et in his C5 ZO6 Coupe a Long Time ago now.
He did it not after Junk Banned him and me.
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Old 05-21-2019, 12:50 PM   #94
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Here is one to help your Self esteem today Wiz.


Pontiac V8 Block dates back to 1948 year on Blueprint paper.
Kaufamann D-port heads came out the 2002 year.
Conventional Pontiac Port layout.
Ultra Low tech.
All motor no Power adder.
Turbo 400 transmission design dates back to the year 1963 on Blueprint paper.
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Old 05-21-2019, 12:55 PM   #95
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The Holley Dominator 4500 came out in 1970 Year.
Original developed for SCCA Trans Am Race Series.
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Old 05-21-2019, 12:56 PM   #96
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Have to look at the Chrome Diff cover on launch.
It's A Dana 60 Rear Diff.
Dates back to the year 1946 design.
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Old 05-21-2019, 04:16 PM   #97
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My self esteem needs no help. Actually the twins are kinda propping that up right now..







There's actually 3 in the shop right now, guy..



Each one with a story to be told and exciting pictures that should be shared. It is sad you single handedly put an end to all of that here on DC. There is also this widebody in the shop right now..



And this is the next thing I am going to race up against..





But none of that is for here. Like I said, I will check up on the progress of your racecar you said you were gonna be racing this year at the end of the summer. And in the meantime, How's about takin Matt's advice and posting up shit from people you know or stuff you have done rather than random shit you found on the internet?

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I was posting friends of mine from NMCA

From Illinois.

Are you buddies with that car owner you posted? Or just something you found on the net?
Remember this?

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Old 05-21-2019, 04:45 PM   #98
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My self esteem needs no help. Actually the twins are kinda propping that up right now..







There's actually 3 in the shop right now, guy..



Each one with a story to be told and exciting pictures that should be shared. It is sad you single handedly put an end to all of that here on DC. There is also this widebody in the shop right now..



And this is the next thing I am going to race up against..





But none of that is for here. Like I said, I will check up on the progress of your racecar you said you were gonna be racing this year at the end of the summer. And in the meantime, How's about takin Matt's advice and posting up shit from people you know or stuff you have done rather than random shit you found on the internet?



Remember this?
I did not do anything to C3 Tech and the Pro Tour Group.
I really did die off Pro Touring.

Drag Racing Street Outlaws No Prep Drag Racing took over.
Your so slow and that other C6 just leave it home No Prep Race Night.
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Like I said, I will check up on the progress of your racecar you said you were gonna be racing this year at the end of the summer.

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Exactly. Now go make some headway on that basement engine build. I can see your nose growing from half the country away. It takes an incredibly weak mind to have to make up such a lie and try to force it on a whole forum for so long. We can tolerate you being a snowflake. But nobody can stand a liar.
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Old 05-23-2019, 06:20 PM   #101
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I really thought we were gonna be drag racing buddies. Compare times n stuff. Ya know? You always were the one who was drag race drag race drag race. And here I am the only one going to the track. I thought I was catching up but really I am utterly alone. Damn. Well the red button installed on the dash of the C6 works well. not that it was needed with 610/573 at the wheels.



My car looked real good staged up. I love my C5..





And this is what ended the evening. It was more than a u-joint that let go as it made a huge mess of the track and pretty much shut it down for the evening as they tried to clean it..



I just can't stop thinking if only he had a vetteXperts sticker in his back windshield he might have actually made it down the track.
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I really thought we were gonna be drag racing buddies. Compare times n stuff. Ya know? You always were the one who was drag race drag race drag race. And here I am the only one going to the track. I thought I was catching up but really I am utterly alone. Damn. Well the red button installed on the dash of the C6 works well. not that it was needed with 610/573 at the wheels.



My car looked real good staged up. I love my C5..





And this is what ended the evening. It was more than a u-joint that let go as it made a huge mess of the track and pretty much shut it down for the evening as they tried to clean it..



I just can't stop thinking if only he had a vetteXperts sticker in his back windshield he might have actually made it down the track.
It's all No Prep Racing in 2019 with time clocks off.
Talk on Facebook today of $20,000 cash payout races.

No one better than Big Chief.
Able to put down 4780 Horsepower clean .
All others, wrecking totaling thier race cars lately.
Monza in the hospital.
Said Hi and get well to him.

Donkmaster, your biggest problems in Florida.
His Z06 Does not break down.
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See this 11.2 on the right? That is the B15 in the red C6 GS..



Well look at the r/t. If the man wasn't sleeping at the tree, that pass would have been deep in the 10's on plain old Hankook street tires. Not even nitto or Michelins. And the car next to it is a $100,000+ 2019 Z06. Got video of it right here..

https://www.facebook.com/TheReynolds...6241767452727/
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8:49 PM here.
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8:49 PM here.
There is a date right below that timestamp that coincides with the starting of this thread. It just took me a few days to get a picture of the timeslip from my racing buddy. And also the high quality pictures from the wife.
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