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turbosrule - May 21 2013 03:24 PM
Melling high volume oil pump
Grothe3297avenger - May 21 2013 09:28 AM
3G UCA's & ARP extended studs
PsychO - May 21 2013 09:23 AM
unicorn idea i have been tossing around
CMC - May 20 2013 06:24 PM
XI Headers/Downpipe, Wheels, HIDS
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fjm9898 - Today, 11:50 AM
Ya i use FB to host and a while back they changed their servers so the links are all broken (same...
Mopar McNeer - Today, 11:44 AM
Landscape and trees look very professional Frank. A+I went back to look at some of yo...
Laundry Room & Basement Renovation
Mopar McNeer - Today, 11:42 AM
No prob. I got lots more updates to post (as the basement is now 99% done), but can only de...
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I am not doing a very good job keeping up with Josh but i was able to get the bark down last week...
Laundry Room & Basement Renovation
fjm9898 - Today, 10:52 AM
Damn man. Your progress if making me look like a little bitch. I need to get back on the train wi...
I figure Josh and John are rocking threads to show the progress at their places, i might as well join in.
It will be slow and not nearly as awesome of their though. i have no major remodels ahead of me like they did.
A man has his priorities so one of the First things he does is setup his Man Cave.
Bought 200sq ft of some black carpet (Black so beer stains down show) and some moisture barrier padding, the good stuff.
Got me a pool table that needed some love. leveled and the seams bondoed. took off all that fake wood veneer, sanded it down and painted it black.
Ordered me up some new Euro blue 75/25 felt and black leather pockets.
A buddy came over and helped me stretch and mount the felt on the table and bumpers while we enjoyed a few beers.
and the first rack laid.
More man cave mods to come before i move onto the garage.
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With the Energy Tax credits, I figured that this is as good a time as any to go ahead and get the project rolling. The laundry space is roughly 14' x 11' and contains the Furnance, Water Heater, and Main Waste pipe. Also in the room is my below ground sump and battery back up system and has a laundry chute.
Back in 2006, I had a Basement Water System installed. During this time I trenched around the entire interior perimeter of the basement and laid in a water track that runs to a submerged sump pump. It works fantastically and prevents my basement from getting even a single drop of water in it (as long as the sump is working). I added a space for a battery back up next to the sump as well, in case of emergencies. With that project completed, I destroyed the basement bathroom and rebuilt it from scratch. It looked so good, that I felt that the rest of the basement deserved some similar attention too. The next most important area was the Laundry area.
Here are pics of the four corners of the space, with everything removed and ready for renovation.
WALL 1 Is an interior wall and has a wood panel wall, laundry area entry door, laundry chute and furnance/water heater setup shared with Wall 4
WALL 2 is part of the front wall of my house, it has a Window and the sump exit piping and power source
WALL 3 is part of the East side of my house, it has the main water line, shares the sump with Wall 2, and shares the Main Waste Pipe with Wall 4
WALL 4 is an interior wall, actually the bathroom I finished last year, it has an opening that leads to the bathroom, shares the Main Waste Pipe with Wall 3 and Shares the Furnace & Water Heater area with Wall 1
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I will be adding things to the list as they are found. Also of V6 Performance parts. dont see that very often anymore.
CF door sills - New $150 shipped
CF 97+ trunk lower panel, needs a sand and re-clear $125 Shipped
CF wrapped glove box. needs a sand and re-clear $75 shipped
CF Wrapped steering column cover $40 shipped (will need your cover screw post cutoff and glued on to this one or i can toss in an extra from Black Op for $10)
CF wrapped Auto Shifter bezel $45 shipped
Avenger Black center console - $25 + shipping
Black, Blue LED lit Fog light/mirror switches $40 shipped SOLD V6 XI headers and Down pipe, Headers ceramic coated $400 + Shipping SOLD
V6 CCG UDP New Anodized blue with belts $100 shipped (another awesome HP gain mod)
V6 CCG UDP Used Silver in color $65 shipped
V6 Intake plenum Spacer and gaskets $70 shipped
6G72 Crank Scraper $50 shipped
GSX brake Calipers - $100 shipped
3g rear suspension and sway bar setup. $150 + Shipping SOLD
Eibach Lowering springs, rear $50+shipping
Nuespeed Strut Tower bar. Black $50 + shipping
Black Op "OEM Part out" - Basically everything OEM from the car, just ask. including a full black interior (minus seats and door panels)
CF gauge cluster. Blue LED back lit, Blue LED needles, CF overlays and dual gauge pod. This MUST be purchased with the dual gauge pod and Autometer Cobalt gauges (trans temp and oil pressure) will come with sensors as well and trans temp distribution block, fittings and hoses for the sensor. The reason why all this must be together is because for the Autometer gauges to fit i had to cut into the CF Cluster. I would like to get $400 for the whole package. Well over $750 invested in this gauge setup. images of it in my old PL near the very bottom of the page - http://aseclub.net/f...venge-v6/page-2
If there is interest i would be willing to sell my Sequential LED turn Signals and tail lights with custom blinker speed control box. would sell for $600, worth nearly $1000 after cores and shipping. This is one of 2 complete setups that i ever made, Josh's and my own, mine just had slightly higher LED density