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    1. #1
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      More MMC Pictures

      I got a few pics at the Midwest Musclecar Challenge.
      Here is a link to the entire album :
      http://s731.photobucket.com/albums/w...idwest%202012/

      Karl Dunn's Car , Blue Balz .



      Bill Howell's Charger.



      AJ from BF Goodrich , Billy's Girlfriend , Billy Utley , Billy's Dad .


      Kevin , Aaron Johns , Brian Finch , and Don chilling in the shade . It was hot that day !!


      Jet Hot was out in force !


      Mark Turner's Nova built by Brian Finch :


      Albert Melchoir's Firebird ( One of them )




      Mark and Jessi Bowler's Torino.
      Last edited by JEFFTATE; 06-05-2012 at 05:58 AM.
      Jeff Tate
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      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech


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      More pics:

      Karl Dunn , Jimmy Spears ,AJ from BFG , Greg Schneider , Bret Voelkel , and Chris Gonzales from JCG Customs .


      Ride Tech's '33 Ford


      Bret with the 48hr Camaro:


      More pictures of guys in the shade of a tent , did I mention it was hot ????
      Bill and Yancy.

      Award Ceremony



      Downtown Lawenceville was cool , the City and the Mayor closed the streets for a car show ( with us in it ) The Mayor gave us all official City of Lawrenceville Lapel Pins .

      Cheryl Herrick from JetHot , Albert Melchoir , Kevin , The Mayor ,Brian Finch , Mark Bowler.


      We lined the square:



      Last edited by JEFFTATE; 06-05-2012 at 06:00 AM.
      Jeff Tate
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      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

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      man... blue balz giving me blue balls

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      Good to see you again Jeff, thanks for posting.

      Tell me the differences with the new front suspension!
      Jimmy

      69 Camaro Twin Turbo'd
      58 Nomad 348 Baby Rat

      http://www.fquick.com/shmoov69


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      Quote Originally Posted by shmoov69 View Post
      Good to see you again Jeff, thanks for posting.

      Tell me the differences with the new front suspension!
      Hey Jimmy ,
      With the Ride Tech Tru Turn Steering System ,
      I've got better negative camber gain , which results in more front grip , and my bumpsteer is gone , so the car doesn't move around so much over rough surfaces .
      I think it is a great low- buck improvement .
      Last edited by JEFFTATE; 06-06-2012 at 04:59 AM.
      Jeff Tate
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      "The best thing about participating in these events is that you get to hang out with a group of intelligent like minded people who live to achieve things in their lives. You won't find a lazy, mean, or dumb bone in their bodies." Bret Voelkel, RideTech

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      I forgot to throw these in Jeff



      I was too tight here sorry
      Jim S.
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      "driver "

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      Quote Originally Posted by JEFFTATE View Post
      Hey Jimmy ,
      With the Ride Tech Tru Turn Steering System ,
      I've got better negative camber gain , which results in more front grip , and my bumpsteer is gone , so the car doesn't move around so much over rough surfaces .
      I think it is a great low- buck improvement .
      Thanks Jeff. Now how about the actual performance gains? Any real idea? My front end is pretty much stock with a bigger bar.
      Jimmy

      69 Camaro Twin Turbo'd
      58 Nomad 348 Baby Rat

      http://www.fquick.com/shmoov69


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      Quote Originally Posted by shmoov69 View Post
      Thanks Jeff. Now how about the actual performance gains? Any real idea? My front end is pretty much stock with a bigger bar.
      Well , I'm still running mid-pack in all areas , but the car is lot more controllable .
      It just drives and steers better . ( Probably because of the bumpsteer correction and steering geometry )

      On my first trip out with the Tru Turn (at Run to the Old South) , I had oversteer and the rear of the car was loose ( Mostly because the rear tires were worn out ).

      I put new tires on the rear for the Midwest Musclecar Challenge and the overall grip improved ..
      My problem was with the heat , I couldn't run as hard as I wanted to , because the engine was getting too hot and the Power Steering pump was raising cain ..

      I really do like the way the car steers and drives for Street Driving . The Tru Turn really helped with that ..It just drives better .. I've driven it to work a lot lately ..
      Jeff Tate
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      Honestly, just trying to figure out if it is worth it for the performance gain.
      They gave me that gift certificate from ridetech at MMCC and trying to decide on making the Camaro really handle or bags on the 58!! LOL!
      Jimmy

      69 Camaro Twin Turbo'd
      58 Nomad 348 Baby Rat

      http://www.fquick.com/shmoov69


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      Hopefully Jeff won't mind if I add this video of one of my runs on the auto-x


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      Your engine winds up good Tim , is that a 418 or 427 LS ???
      And it has the real dry-sump on it ????
      Jeff Tate
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      Jeff it's an LS7 with the factory dry sump and ARE tank and yes it does rev quick almost too quick, you need to be gentle with the throttle or it just blows the tires off.