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Excuse the excitement ;) Finally getting some good mods together! On the way now I have a set of VT/CMS Stage 1 cams

Innovate lc-1 wideband with analog gauge

Sniper Special Forces tuning kit

Autometer A pillar single gauge pod

Overlay vinyl that goes between the tail lights on the back of the car in gloss black

lower valance (roush style) overlay gloss black

Replacement tail lights (wasn't feeling the Night Shades any more and one was cracked)

Stangmods tail light tints

smoked headlights with clear reflector

and a gloss black overlay for the sunk in part of the hood in front of the scoop

and a set of 1" Wheel spacers.

Pretty to excited to have some new things to do over the winter now:) I wanted new wheels but shipping up here was to much so I got twice the parts for the money I would of spent! What do you guys think? Any advice? A good cam install guide would be great! I think my wife was being extra nice since I am in the Air Force and just got promoted to Senior Airman. Maybe if I make Staff Sergeant maybe I can get a blower or some suspension mods ;)
 

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stage 1?? :(
 

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Thanks guys Yeah I went with stage 1 cams because I am stuck in Alaska so I can't get a tune and will be using sniper the best I can to get everything going...hopefully with help from hoss and cliffy I started to do Hitech stage 2 cams but tuning them would not work so well without spending alot more on the commando software. I am mainly going for twisties rather than the strip anyways and am not out for gobs of power. Just a fun to drive car and then once it's payed off look into a second hand BMW m3! Laugh if you must but I love them for some reason but will still keep my car.

I hope the cams will help out a bit and I still need to get the money together for a JLT intake gears and other various things. Shipping is crazy to here so I am going for small things right now. I think the cams will do fine as they have a good ranger of power and I won't be spinning the motor much past 5500 anyways as there is really not much need to with my mods. Not to mention I got them with less than 5k on them for a real good price with gears and bolts. So I saved about 350 bucks :)
 

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no tuners in alaska?
 

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I heard there is a dyno in anchorage but will only do his close friend cars. And even that is 400 miles away :( And the rate would be outrageous. Just the labor for welding up here is over 100 bucks an hour
 

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damn bro... what makes you live in alaska... all the darkness and then all the daylight.
I will say tho, it may just be me that doesnt like darkness but that may be because we have a different kind of darkness that is plentiful down here in Louisiana. ;)
 

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Lol I have no choice about living here. I hate it honestly, but that is where the air force sent me ;)
 

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Yeah I just hope it pays off ;)
 

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Good stuff man.
 
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