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About John@Outfront Mtrsprts

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  • Birthday 02/19/1962

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    Orange County

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    Road Runner, Pad 4
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    Highly modified Funco G52

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  1. i have the same setup for 90% of funcos. $55 for the pair. the post filter has two reusable -6 AN fittings. 10 micron. for the pre i use a simple plastic filter but it has 1/2" nipples and is 100 micron. i had 500 of them made i use them so much. i think its overkill for AN ends for the pre filter as there is zero pressure
  2. I sure hope its not 31,000lbs! but we all know what you wanted to say
  3. do you have brakes all four corners? are these front or rear brakes?
  4. if i see one of those before a dyno, i will change it out. ive seen too many of those be the reason they came to the dyno in the first place. they are bad news
  5. yes. in a carburated system the only fuel that would go through that filter is used up, and never returned so it doesnt see a lot if fuel going through it and can stay cleaner longer. but a FI system generally is returning 70-90 % of the fuel. so ideally the surface area needs to be much larger
  6. that filter is not good for a fuel injected car. i would never use that. there is not enough surface area. filters should be cleaned or changed once a year. if you did buy that and plan on using it i would clean it every trip. a fuel injected system circulates all the fuel many times over during a run. that filter would be more suited to a carburator set up
  7. I wont go into all the details and I know landlord rules vary from state to state but didn't know if there is a general rule of thumb on home inspections? mainly how far in advance do you need to let them know, could I have 3 people do the home inspection or is it restricted to one? how accommodating does she need to be for the inspection appointment? short story, I have a lady renting a house in Washington state. a few years now but is behind on the rent and don't think its going to get better. tons of promises made and none kept. Washington Governor has a moratorium on evicting people from their homes regardless of how far behind they are on rent until Jun 4th. The attorneys are gearing up for that one crazy day, im sure it will be busy. in the meantime, I know if I sell my home its one way to ask her to leave. I have a family that is very interested but would like to see the inside. If I ask for a home inspection and the 2 of them along with my sister as the 3rd person, could they do a home inspection together? do you see any issues here? if they like it I could start an escrow while im getting her out
  8. bbq salmon, watermelon and a salad with brocolli and cabbage from our garden. swimming in the pool with a few grandkids. perfect.
  9. may we all remember, and give pause to thank those who have sacrificed for us and our country. God Bless

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