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indymanjoe

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JUSTA6

Great shot of you and the biker chick!!! :D  Hope your feeling better after the big bang.

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Frosty
On 7/11/2017 at 5:06 PM, indymanjoe said:

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No car updates and this is why lol


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You found another way to disturb the peace Joe, besides late night, early morning burn outs? Awesome!

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Joe Carrier

This bike is super quiet. Staying that way as well. No mods or upgrades runs just fine for me..LOL Wife wants one now..

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indymanjoe
On 4/3/2017 at 3:16 PM, Last Indian said:

Joe, it looks like you've done a really great job on the Lemans!

A little input about the traction/rear end issue that might help. The issue you’re seeing is somewhat common with racing/burnouts/very hard acceleration. I raced for years and I would see two problems with GM axles at the track. The first was the issue your speaking of, posi’s don't like burnouts! That’s not their purpose, If you keep doing burnouts you won’t have posi long and the rear end will just revert to an open rear end. A blue printered open rear end will out perform a posi under those conditions and if you setup the suspension right it will lay down two patches of rubber! Without going all technical on you or worse yet hearing the “you’re full of it” go do a little investigating and see what 700 hp NASCAR cars run or top dragsters run. If you like I can give you some ideas to improve the suspension to help, but as long as you run the posi it's going to torque steer till the posi breaks!

I believe you

im looking into the quick performance ford 9 inch rear now

2500.00 ish ready to rock

problem I have is life keeps sucking my wallet dry lol

Just one issue lol

Yea my son showed up at the very end lol

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Frosty

I didn't see Remi in the video. Dang it.

Sounds like Frosty needs to come buy some more stuff! As well as pick up the last of the stuff of his that is still there.

So 9 inch Ford is more important that Cargo Vanna White paint at this point? I better get my butt to your place with those 15" rims ASAP!

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Frosty

Cool. 
 

Psst....Joe, that’s not a Pontiac!!!!

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indymanjoe

almost adopted a man van cat. Did keep my seat warm.

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But he is a future Pontiacker Frosty..

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indymanjoe
32 minutes ago, Frosty said:

Cool. 
 

Psst....Joe, that’s not a Pontiac!!!!

I'm posting pics this is a huge step for me...

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Frosty
3 hours ago, indymanjoe said:

I'm posting pics this is a huge step for me...

This is quite true!

Signed

Joe’s IT Guy

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JUSTA6

Good to hear from ya bro.  Missed ya most of the summer and had every intention of calling you for months.

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