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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Murther F'r Carroll! my a$$hole clamped shut when I read that $5K trade in sh!t! Then I was like, wait a minute, there's a $5K trade in deal on an RS?? I would prolly trade in a couple of my old sh!tboxes on that deal... Rusting away and holding is better than gone forever IMO

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    It has been awhile, things change LOL. Wait.....you wanna be called AJ now? SMH

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by cordes View Post
    Glad to hear it. Do you have any pictures of how you ran the wires through there?


    I just used this connector.

    https://m.summitracing.com/parts/abt...RoC0lwQAvD_BwE

    Drilled a extra hole for the fuel level senior wire. Worked like a charm. The ground wire goes to a chassis ground point as soon as it exits.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by rx2mazda View Post


    I just used this connector.

    https://m.summitracing.com/parts/abt...RoC0lwQAvD_BwE

    Drilled a extra hole for the fuel level senior wire. Worked like a charm. The ground wire goes to a chassis ground point as soon as it exits.
    Thanks a ton! I really, really need something like that for mine. Thanks again.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    I'm never on here anymore.... Doesn't seem like many are? Anyways, decided it was finally time to put a suspension on the car. Actually I was playing with a focus RS (of all cars lol) on the highway and hit a dip in the road and felt like I was gonna die. Lol

    Ordered coilovers kit from Rich, finally put the rear poly frame bushings on, put new rear bearings, new drums and shoes, upgraded to 91+ spindles with all new brakes, bearings, calipers, rotors, new tie rods and ball joints. Went with 10.25 brakes in front and stock drums in back. Should feel like a new car.

    Also, the trigger wheel i had welded on my crank pulley eventually broke and I had that rewelded about a year ago. Decided to have that balanced while the car is waiting on the suspension.

    Car hasn't been getting much love until recently but, she starts right up and runs like a champ @15psi. I feel horrible that I haven't made it to the track but life got in the way. I owe it to this car and this thread to make some runs this year so, that's the goal.....

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    Re: Another Holset TIII..

    Good to see you’re still at it! ✌️✌️


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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Who is this?

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by Reeves View Post
    Who is this?
    I think he's some athlete or actor or something.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by Reeves View Post
    Who is this?
    I am your father.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by rx2mazda View Post
    I'm never on here anymore.... Doesn't seem like many are? Anyways, decided it was finally time to put a suspension on the car. Actually I was playing with a focus RS (of all cars lol) on the highway and hit a dip in the road and felt like I was gonna die. Lol

    Ordered coilovers kit from Rich, finally put the rear poly frame bushings on, put new rear bearings, new drums and shoes, upgraded to 91+ spindles with all new brakes, bearings, calipers, rotors, new tie rods and ball joints. Went with 10.25 brakes in front and stock drums in back. Should feel like a new car.

    Also, the trigger wheel i had welded on my crank pulley eventually broke and I had that rewelded about a year ago. Decided to have that balanced while the car is waiting on the suspension.

    Car hasn't been getting much love until recently but, she starts right up and runs like a champ @15psi. I feel horrible that I haven't made it to the track but life got in the way. I owe it to this car and this thread to make some runs this year so, that's the goal.....
    Prob more still on here or at least dropping in for a look than we all think. Great to see you post and that you're still In it! I hear exactly what you're saying as that "Life in the way" bug has gotten to a lot of us!

    Wish I could say the Charger will be back at the track this year, but will be next year at the earliest. Looking forward to just hearing you got er out and had some Fun!!!!

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Glad to see you're still around!

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    Re: Another Holset TIII..

    Still here too.
    Wish more were.

    Glad to see you are, and the car getting some love.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by Reeves View Post
    Who is this?
    Never heard of her.

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Bump for one of the Wickedest Omni builds of all time!

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Bump for one of the Wickedest Omni builds of all time!

    lol, you must've saw my fb post!

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    I'm still not that up to speed on FB, so No. lol

    Just getting back into things myself and was curious after your last update

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    Re: The Making of the "GLH-R/T"

    I'm not on FB for the most part. I too would love more info about it on here. Great to see signs of life!

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