Enter your username:
Do you want to login or register?
  • Forgot your password?

    Login / Register



    Page 6 of 8 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast
    Results 101 to 120 of 155
    1. #101
      Join Date
      Jul 2010
      Location
      Clear Lake, Iowa
      Posts
      98
      Country Flag: United States
      I double checked and the box is checked yes to allow others to view it. when I hit the save button it comes up and tells me a moderator must approve it yet.

      Joe Adams


    2. #102
      Join Date
      Mar 2007
      Location
      Florida
      Posts
      2,373
      Country Flag: United States
      My Firebird The 14 Car doesn't show up in PT garages but if I go to manage my garages it's there.

    3. #103
      Join Date
      Nov 2013
      Location
      near Charlotte, NC
      Posts
      152
      Country Flag: United States
      Larry,
      I would like to suggest adding more information in the Front Suspension section such as Mfg/Model of shocks (coilover, single/double/triple adjustable, remote reservoir), Mfg/Model sway bar (OD, hollow/solid, and number of adjusting holes) , Mfg/Model control arms. Same info for Rear Suspension. Also, in Engine Section, add a "Head" section with Mfg/Model, aluminum/cast iron, ported or not, Rocker ratio/material. More later.
      Conrad (alphaenvirmgt)
      Original owner '84 Grand National. CAS V1 (big) front-mount intercooler, Comp roller hyd cam, Champion Al intake/heads, T66 turbo, 3.5" custom cat-back exhaust, RideTech TruTurn front & DSE rear swaybars/ctrl arms, Ridetech 3-way coilovers, Baer 6P 14/13. FAST w/TouchScreen & GM Flex Fuel sensor, 120 lb injectors, Ricks SS tank, Aeromotive Eliminator pump.

    4. #104
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by NOT A TA View Post
      My Firebird The 14 Car doesn't show up in PT garages but if I go to manage my garages it's there.
      I'm not sure why but there were several PT Garages waiting to be approved. I'm not sure why but I tweaked a setting. Mayabe that will fix it.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    5. #105
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      I added a bunch of new options if anyone wants to update. There is still a lot to go and I will try to spend a little time each day working on it and listening to suggestions.

      Thanks for the help everyone.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    6. #106
      Join Date
      Nov 2009
      Location
      the dirty mitten
      Posts
      1,118
      Country Flag: United States
      Looks like it is starting to come along well Larry. I can change info and not have it need to be approved now. Looks like more guys are putting their car up. I like that you can link to youtube video's and write in where the car has been event wise etc....
      Steve Calabro
      2015 Chrysler 300S
      2006 Lotus Exige
      1996 Dodge Dakota 4x4 5.7 Hemi on 35's
      1968 Dodge Charger All Wheel Drive project Ratón

    7. #107
      Join Date
      Nov 2013
      Location
      near Charlotte, NC
      Posts
      152
      Country Flag: United States
      Someone has been BUSY! Great job on updating Garage! I have a few additional suggestions.

      Add to HEAD MANUFACTURERS options of "TA Performance" and "Champion Racing Heads". Both companies make engine parts for turbo Buicks and GS Buicks.
      Add to EXHAUST MANUFACTURER option of "TA Performance"
      Add to TRANSMISSION TYPE option of 200R-4
      Add to ENGINE TYPE option of LC2 (turbo V6 for 1984-87 Grand National and Turbo T Regal and 81 Turbo Trans Am Firebird).

      All I can say is GOOD JOB! We are getting there!!!
      Conrad
      Original owner '84 Grand National. CAS V1 (big) front-mount intercooler, Comp roller hyd cam, Champion Al intake/heads, T66 turbo, 3.5" custom cat-back exhaust, RideTech TruTurn front & DSE rear swaybars/ctrl arms, Ridetech 3-way coilovers, Baer 6P 14/13. FAST w/TouchScreen & GM Flex Fuel sensor, 120 lb injectors, Ricks SS tank, Aeromotive Eliminator pump.

    8. #108
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by Motorcitydak View Post
      Looks like it is starting to come along well Larry. I can change info and not have it need to be approved now. Looks like more guys are putting their car up. I like that you can link to youtube video's and write in where the car has been event wise etc....
      I still need to see if I can make the video and magazine links actually work.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    9. #109
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by alphaenvirmgt View Post
      Someone has been BUSY! Great job on updating Garage! I have a few additional suggestions.

      Add to HEAD MANUFACTURERS options of "TA Performance" and "Champion Racing Heads". Both companies make engine parts for turbo Buicks and GS Buicks.
      Add to EXHAUST MANUFACTURER option of "TA Performance"
      Add to TRANSMISSION TYPE option of 200R-4
      Add to ENGINE TYPE option of LC2 (turbo V6 for 1984-87 Grand National and Turbo T Regal and 81 Turbo Trans Am Firebird).

      All I can say is GOOD JOB! We are getting there!!!
      Conrad
      These have been added.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    10. #110
      Join Date
      Mar 2007
      Location
      Florida
      Posts
      2,373
      Country Flag: United States
      In the very beginning of this we would get a new tab when we opened the PT garage. It was convenient in that it allowed switching from the forum to the garage and back without having to wait for pages to reload.

      The photos get cropped when uploaded. They are also kind of small if someone wants to look for something in the pics. Is there a way to have it so clicking on the photos would give a full screen image?

    11. #111
      Join Date
      Apr 2001
      Location
      The Netherlands
      Posts
      1,495
      Country Flag: Netherlands
      Maybe it would be nice to add a link to the build thread (if you have one in the project forum)? that would solve the larger picture issue John (NOT A TA) talks about.
      additional options for pulldowns:
      Engine type: I6 , I4, Boxer ??
      transmission: Borg Warner T5
      (and not tubro but turbo 400 ;-)
      front suspension manufacturer: CPP
      shocks QA1
      1st 2nd
      Pro-Touring outside the USA !
      Martin's Camaro Page

    12. #112
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Other options suggest by Martin added and I made some changes to the picture settings.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    13. #113
      Join Date
      Mar 2007
      Location
      Florida
      Posts
      2,373
      Country Flag: United States
      Pics setting changes work great! Is there a way you can make the dropdown for model only include the models for the brand chosen in make? Then you could have the make dropdown include all makes and the model drop down wouldn't get out of control. The way it is now, by the time you include every model members own (even if just from the popular makes) the drop down for model will be huge. If not, could you add Wildcat, Firebird, and Malibu to the model dropdown.

    14. #114
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by NOT A TA View Post
      Pics setting changes work great! Is there a way you can make the dropdown for model only include the models for the brand chosen in make? Then you could have the make dropdown include all makes and the model drop down wouldn't get out of control. The way it is now, by the time you include every model members own (even if just from the popular makes) the drop down for model will be huge. If not, could you add Wildcat, Firebird, and Malibu to the model dropdown.
      That option to modify options in drop downs based on a previous drop down is not something the software will do. Maybe someday it will but not today. I will add the other car models now,
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    15. #115
      Join Date
      Oct 2012
      Location
      British Columbia
      Posts
      614
      Country Flag: Canada
      Just went back to try out the picture loading and it is AWESOME! Loading pictures from my iPad has always been a big pain due to the picture file size. I have not updated my project status in ages because I have to do it from my laptop because the iPad photos are just to big. Anyway, if you could make the regular site this easy it would be a really, really nice feature.
      Todd
      '14 ZL1, 6 speed and 6.2L of Super Charged Awesome!
      '67 Camaro SS in process. A long, slow, expensive trip...


      How hard can it be...

      Project Obsession
      https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ject-Obsession

    16. #116
      Join Date
      Mar 2007
      Location
      Florida
      Posts
      2,373
      Country Flag: United States
      In the engine dropdown can you add something like OEM or stock. Some companies like Pontiac don't have small or big block.

    17. #117
      Join Date
      Nov 2013
      Location
      near Charlotte, NC
      Posts
      152
      Country Flag: United States
      Could we add "Koni" to the shock selection and could we add "Saginaw 4-speed" and "Muncie 4-speed" to transmission selection?
      Conrad
      Original owner '84 Grand National. CAS V1 (big) front-mount intercooler, Comp roller hyd cam, Champion Al intake/heads, T66 turbo, 3.5" custom cat-back exhaust, RideTech TruTurn front & DSE rear swaybars/ctrl arms, Ridetech 3-way coilovers, Baer 6P 14/13. FAST w/TouchScreen & GM Flex Fuel sensor, 120 lb injectors, Ricks SS tank, Aeromotive Eliminator pump.

    18. #118
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by alphaenvirmgt View Post
      Could we add "Koni" to the shock selection and could we add "Saginaw 4-speed" and "Muncie 4-speed" to transmission selection?
      Conrad
      All have been added. Thanks for the suggestion.
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    19. #119
      Join Date
      Apr 2001
      Location
      The Netherlands
      Posts
      1,495
      Country Flag: Netherlands
      Larry, did you think about tire size and backspacing/ ET as suggested earlier?

      for engine management, should this be split into carb or EFI types and Ignition categories(I have a Holley carb, or my propane carb and Mallory Unilite for example)
      1st 2nd
      Pro-Touring outside the USA !
      Martin's Camaro Page

    20. #120
      Join Date
      Jan 2000
      Location
      Thousand Oaks California
      Posts
      9,815
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by Martin71RS View Post
      Larry, did you think about tire size and backspacing/ ET as suggested earlier?

      for engine management, should this be split into carb or EFI types and Ignition categories(I have a Holley carb, or my propane carb and Mallory Unilite for example)
      Good idea.

      I did some reading and I am a little confused on what to call it. Offset or backspacing?
      Larry Callahan
      Founder/Administrator of Pro-Touring.com, G-Machines.com and HostMyJunk.com
      To advertise on Pro-Touring.com click here

    Page 6 of 8 FirstFirst 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast