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Old January 20th, 2012, 06:05 PM
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Ya'll doing the GWNF run this Sat/Sun? Damn...moving tomorrow. In next weekend though if it slides to the right.
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Old January 20th, 2012, 06:54 PM
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Yeah back up a sec. I thought the first rule of HH smack talk was you had to actually SHOW UP first!
for the record, I did plan to show after class. I posted 5 minutes before dismiss "yay 5 min to go" and have shown to every single one except Doug's in falls church... according to rule Im allowed to smack talk.... unfurtunately latin americans have become a majority according to the last sensus so I cannot use the minority card....(frigging inmigrants).... lol. but I was left hanging.....
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Old January 20th, 2012, 08:43 PM
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Ya'll doing the GWNF run this Sat/Sun? Damn...moving tomorrow. In next weekend though if it slides to the right.
Definitely can't do a run this weekend or next but once I confirm Lavender is back in the state and Kang's truck is actually on the road, I will post again to get an idea of what dates work best for everyone...
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Old January 20th, 2012, 10:28 PM
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Definitely can't do a run this weekend or next but once I confirm Lavender is back in the state and Kang's truck is actually on the road, I will post again to get an idea of what dates work best for everyone...
Cool...I'm betting I have some time.
Or at least a couple more HH's to plan.

If we want to make the most of the madness we should incorporate a bounce across the line to the ghetto range (if it's still open) down 33 in WVa.

Then there is Fat Boy's Pork Palace to contend with too.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 07:05 AM
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If we want to make the most of the madness we should incorporate a bounce across the line to the ghetto range (if it's still open) down 33 in WVa.

Then there is Fat Boy's Pork Palace to contend with too.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 09:55 AM
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Cool...I'm betting I have some time.
Or at least a couple more HH's to plan.

If we want to make the most of the madness we should incorporate a bounce across the line to the ghetto range (if it's still open) down 33 in WVa.

Then there is Fat Boy's Pork Palace to contend with too.
I want to learn how to shoot, lets do it
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Old January 21st, 2012, 10:39 AM
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Call me what you will, but next time can we be inside? The smoke was getting to me. When they roll up the tent sides it will be better out there.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 10:58 AM
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Word, they should can the smoking out there, it is a fully enclosed space. My jacket still stinks from smoke. Can't believe I was ever a smoker.

Though, not sure if the atmosphere inside is any better.

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Old January 21st, 2012, 11:20 AM
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Cool. Left cat blockage for sure. +/- 400 F going in and 600 F out on the right and 275 F out on the left.
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Cool. Left cat blockage for sure. +/- 400 F going in and 600 F out on the right and 275 F out on the left.
let the fun begin.... glad you found the issue.
let me know if you plan on replacing the whole y pipe, I can do some research on prices, sorry cant do cats separately s I dont have a reputable supplier for those.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 01:39 PM
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Cut them out . Weld on empty cats. Whoops.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 05:37 PM
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I want to learn how to shoot, lets do it
Indeed...when we sit down or if we end up out there I want to talk to you about cans. I've got my work experience but would be interested in what you're running.
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Cut them out . Weld on empty cats. Whoops.
No cutting required when Charles is da man with an extra D1 Y-pipe (on left). Although the Y down stream of the cats had a different bend, it was a straight bolt in. High and tight yet plenty of clearance to the frame and tranny, probably better than before. Problem solved.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 06:42 PM
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Indeed...when we sit down or if we end up out there I want to talk to you about cans. I've got my work experience but would be interested in what you're running.
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I've got a Knights Armament that just clips on to the mil spec birdcage flash suppressor. Same one we use. Pretty decent db reduction. Paid $800 plus the $200 tax, but there are some decent ones starting at $600.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 07:22 PM
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The halo in .223 runs circles on the KA ( and using the expensive EBR ammo it's ridiculously quiet ) ( it is FA rated )

For 9mm ( 147 or 158 gr ) I use a wet can .... hollywood quiet ( it is FA rated )

Then on .22 the bolt action or revolvers can use Aguila SSS ( but won't cycle on semi )
On the pistol or the M&P 15-22 I use Standard velocity.

Next can I am getting it's one for the .308 ( that will work on the .300 BLK and it is as quiet as a .22 bolt )

Again .. not that I know anything about this
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Cool. I had the Knights at work for awhile, liked it but am interested in exploring the range of options for both 5.56 and .22 (have uppers for both) now that I have some time and modicum of stability. Good stuff and it would be cool to make a combined outing.
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No cutting required when Charles is da man with an extra D1 Y-pipe (on left). Although the Y down stream of the cats had a different bend, it was a straight bolt in. High and tight yet plenty of clearance to the frame and tranny, probably better than before. Problem solved.
WUNDERBARE!!!! charles saves the day... great to see you got off rather easy I think the last set I installed on a customer's truck was somewhere in the mid 3 digit price range...
I gather the power is back and temps are even on both sides?
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WUNDERBARE!!!! charles saves the day... great to see you got off rather easy I think the last set I installed on a customer's truck was somewhere in the mid 3 digit price range...
I gather the power is back and temps are even on both sides?
Temps within 10 F and power is back. It was an easy swap. 1 hr max. Would have made for a fun HH project. My garage floor was almost as cold.
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Old January 21st, 2012, 08:31 PM
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dont flood it again darn it..lol.. godd to know youre backup and running again in no time...
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