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Wilson Oberholzer

I'm a product designer by day and a tinkerer by night. If it's got an engine and wheels I'm sure I'll like it.
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Wheelwell Community map found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hgINj4eg0D5TmWNWTeEf27lktMEFkE_1&usp=sharing Feel free to contribute I've been around car stuff my whole life. My dad was a mechanic and a huge DIYer so I got in to the hobby at a very early age. I've done just about everything you can do on a car, from rewiring to change what OBD level it is to rebuilding engines and paint/bodywork. I'm not an expert in anything but I have experienced a wide variety of stuff I like all kinds of vehicles from European Grand Tourers, to Muscle Cars, to JDM tuners and sport bikes. If it's got an engine and moves under it's own power then more than likely I'll enjoy it. Current automotive stuff I'm in to: Boost Tuning Detailing DIY I often post product reviews of new detailing products that I try and updates after I've been using them for awhile. On Tuesdays I post a blog called "Toolbox Tuesday" where I discuss various tools and talk about what tools are needed to do certain jobs.

#Gaming #VR #MX5 #Catfish #ProjectCar #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild I stumbled upon this game earlier today. It's called "Wrench" and is a VR way to build a project car. It's currently in early development I believe but looks like it could be amazing if things keep progressing. www.wrenchgame.com/2018/09/11/early-access-announcement/

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[]Timothy Withrow

Thanks for the heads up on this game. It looks better than automation or any game like it. This looks like it's actually worth the money.. Automation definitely wasn't.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I definitely agree.

There's also a game that's "similar" called "My Summer Car" that just looks absolutely ridiculous (it's not as in depth or as polished as Wrench but it's hilarious). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzPdPYtqBt0

[]Timothy Withrow

I've seen that one too, I've never played it but you are right it is hilarious. I may just download it for shits and giggles and I may end up really liking it! Lol

[]Wilson Oberholzer

A friend of mine who games a lot says it stupid amounts of fun. I need to see if my current PC can run it

[]Timothy Withrow

I recently built my PC ultimately to play BeamNG, so I'm sure My Summer Car should work in theory.. lol

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Ugh, there's another game I really need to get, lol. Have you ever seen the "Car Boys" show on YouTube?

[]Timothy Withrow

No I haven't, but I've seen the thumbnails on my recommended every once and awhile. Although, maybe these are be the guys I saw who were trying to make it through that tunnel with the giant rotating hammers and their reactions and getting pissed off were hilarious. I've only really seen Carpal or Crash Driven in length.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I'd highly recommend checking them out if you ever get time to. Their videos are usually pretty funny. That description definitely sounds like something they did

[]Timothy Withrow

I will. I will probably pick up my summer car as well, that should be interesting! Lol

#BMW #E46 #328i #DailyDriver #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild It was pretty obvious after putting them on that the offset was way different between the E60 and the E46 but man did they fill out the wheel wells nicely and had tons of grip from being a much more aggressive and wide tire. Unfortunately they rubbed on the rear fenders so I took them off a few days later and sold them. Looking back, i should have just rolled the fenders and

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[]Ernie Szots

Made it look nice and stout, eh?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

It definitely did. The outer part of the wheels were practically flush with the body and those tires were meaty.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

Bummer! I like to use this handy online calculator to figure this stuff out, and hopefully not run into trouble, hopefully.

#Dodge #Ram #Burnout #Smokeshow #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C98HYD0xgew&feature=youtu.be Saw this posted earlier from one of my favorite comedians. How to do a big "burnout" without ruining your tires.

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[]Craig Moody

I LOVE the Red Green Show. he is hilarious.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

He is a comedic genius. I always love his projects

[]Craig Crall

Makes my brain hurt....

#Ford #Ranger #Lifted #Prerunner #offroad #4x4 #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild I'm definitely going to miss the sight of cleanly done desert style trucks when I leave here. I've seen so many different brands and size of trucks done up in this way the past couple weeks.

[]Craig Moody

looks alittle clean to be a prerunner...

#wagon #TeemWheelwell #ForTheBuild The trip was advertised as a "Supermog adventure" so I was expecting something along the lines of this: Which they also had at the zoo I went to today. It still was a fun time though

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[]Craig Moody

Super Mog's will be the king of the offroad haha,

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I was disappointed when I found out that it wouldn't be a real 'Mog. I've always thought they looked so badass

[]Craig Moody

haha the chase continues for the dream

#Audi #RS6 #Avant #HotWheels #Diecast #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

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[]Craig Moody

Oh it';s a bad addiction.. ive accidently grabbed doubles of what i have cause... well... i have a problemm

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I know I purposely have some doubles just because I like certain models and like having multiple sets but I know there more than a few duplicates because I can't even keep track of what I have, lol

[]Craig Moody

I tried to take a photo collection of what I have, but i still dont pay attention to it. basically i see something i like. i nab it. the only car i intentially bought two of where the euro classic 190e cosworth cars. one for my desk opened, and the other for my collection in storage. im looking at it right now. beautiful car. :D its next to my Planes miniature in the Jolly Wrenches paint.

[]Caleb Krebs

That is awesome! I recently picked up a z3m, mines not an m, but hotwheels didn't make the 4 cyl model. lol

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I know the feeling. I highly doubt that I'm going to find a diecast 525i anywhere, lol

[]Caleb Krebs

Exactly!!

[]Yves Vds

Nice one

#dyno #Horsepower #Humanpower #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

[]Ernie Szots

Ha!

#dyno #Horsepower #Humanpower #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

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[]Salem Doyle

Nice!

#Roadtrip #Sedona #Arizona #Ford #Focus #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Slow traffic all the way from Flagstaff to Phoenix. Should have taken 3ish hours but ended up taking closer to 4.5 Oh well, at least the drive up was nice

[]Craig Moody

Oh I rage so hard behind slow people on the 101. I know I know, be patient, not everyone is a hot blooded youth with racing schools but at the same time 45 mph is 45 mph, not 15... stupid campers..

#Airplane #Jet #PimaAirAndSpace #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

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[]Steve Clasen

We were there about 16 years ago and highly recommend it.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I wish I would have thought ahead and made reservations for a tour of the Boneyard at the airforce base just down the road. Still saw a lot of cool stuff though

#Ford #Anglia #Roadtrip #patina #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Went out exploring the Vulture Mine ghost town and found this Ford Anglia slowly rotting away. What a shame.

#Roadtrip #Ford #Focus #Cruisin #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild This twisty road led from interstate 10 into Joshua Tree park. It carved through some nice hills. Perfect for cornering and getting some nice views

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[]Ernie Szots

Palm Springs is only about an hour to an hour and fifteen from me. Any plans to stop in on the On Grid event tomorrow? I'll be in the Wheelwell booth...

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I was just in Palm Springs for the day so I'm back in Phoenix now. Wish I would have had the time to go though

[]Craig Crall

The roads in my area are perfect too, perfectly rotten. Well, there are a few exceptions, but the best roads in my area are built by Ghilotti Bros, a private contractor for the state; wish they did more of the roads around here.

[]Yves Vds

Nothing better than fresh tarmac.And a lot of bends, for sure!

[]T!J! Hisaw

There are a lot with I. Phoenix (and some out happy valley) that are equally as awesome

#Ford #Focus #dailydriver #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild I get stuck in another one. Luckily this one at least drives decent and gets good fuel mileage. I guess I can live with it for 2 more weeks, lol

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[]Yves Vds

Sometimes life's a bitch... :) What are the engine specs on this one. It should be a comfortable car. It gets quite good reviews.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I'm not sure what the engine specs are on this one. Maybe I'll have to look into it, get some good pictures, then review it?

[]Yves Vds

Yeah, a review would be nice. It might not be an enthusiast's car but it would be the perfect commuter.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

That was my thought. Everyone like to review the super cool, sporty stuff but I have a unique situation that let's me see what 15 years can do to the basic version of a car

#Spotted #Cadillac #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

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[]Craig Crall

What do you suppose they were thinking when they designed those cars. Several dump trucks of clay later, they had a full mock-up.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

My guess is comfort above all else. Lots of room so you don't feel cramped and big seats to sink into with a heavy frame and soft suspension that flows over potholes at 60mph. The ragtop part I'm not sure, lol

[]Ernie Szots

Amazing. Songs from the Goodfellas soundtrack playing in my head.

[]Yves Vds

It doesn't get much bigger than this. I have never actually seen one in real life.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

This thing was an absolute barge. It looked like the owner took really good care of it too. I wish I could have met them before I left

[]Yves Vds

Yeah, it does look absolutely mint!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

There are so many nice cars out here. I wish I could get pics of even half of what I see. The next 2 weeks are going to leave a permanent smile on my face

#BMW #E39 #525i #2003 #DIY #ProjectCar #Racecar #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild #Guide #Event I’ve wanted to get on track for quite a long time so now that I have a reasonably upgradeable, fairly reliable project car I decided it was time to work towards getting on track. Part 1: Assessing the condition and planning ahead Assessing the condition Before I would be willing to take this car to the track I wanted to make sure that everything was in order so I wouldn’t risk

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[]Yves Vds

A lot of work ahead of you. You sure you want to track the BMW? The cooling system on BMWs are often their achilles' heel. As for the tires and brakes, why not kill them on a track day and have some fun.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

The cooling system is the biggest thing on my to do list. I'm planning on upgrading whatever I can for cooling and oiling to prevent any catastrophic failures. A full aluminum radiator, all metal water pump, and upgraded thermostat are the biggest items to upgrade to.

[]Craig Crall

Hey Wilson, as a veteran racer, I like Gregory's book suggestion.

Realistically, on your first track day, I doubt you would push your car as hard a most people think. Most race student groups are led around circuits at a relaxed pace, so they have plenty of time to understand instruction and learn cornering lines and other techniques.

For your first few track days, I wouldn't take the BMW out at all, I would just rent some kind of sporty car and pay a little extra for a damage waiver. It is a very common practice and it virtually eliminates your worries about your current maintenance issues on your BMW.

You'd have to check your local rental car places, but Budget, Hertz and a few others have a pretty good variety of fast cars to choose from, but you would be fine in an economy car as well, since driving schools are all about learning car control, not just about going fast.

Just something to consider.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

My thinking is that most of the stuff I'd be replacing is maintenance that needs to be done regardless. Renting a sporty car would be pretty awesome. Maybe I'll see if local tracks offer anything

[]Hayden Baker

I've been thinking about taking my E39 to a track day in the spring as well. Just for some on track variety. We journey together!

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Sounds like a plan! I know there aren't a whole lot of E39's being used as the true performance machines that they are. It's time for that to change. They're just as capable as the E46 and in my opinion nicer to drive

[]Hayden Baker

The longer wheelbase is going to be more stable too.

[]Gregory Garoppolo

It sounds like you have the right idea about how to approach your first track day. I highly recommend reading Ross Bentley's Speed Secret's, and then practice what he instructs you to, even before your first track day. It really makes a world of difference.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Thanks for the suggestion! I'm definitely going to look into that book.
My thought is that with how unknown the maintenance is on the engine that it's much better to overhaul it now than it is to rebuild or swap it later after blowing it up.

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[]Robert Sixto

Sounds like the perfect plan of attack, cooling system being an ideal first step, and the brakes and tires are just consumables you'd need to account for when tracking anyway, so it sounds like you really aren't that far off from being ready. As for a decent track/street pad, the Hawk HPS I used in my Mazdaspeed 6 faired pretty well, but honestly if I had it to do again, I'd endure the extra hassle and expense and pick up a dedicated track pad, at the very least for the front. The HPS are great on street, but at the track with more than 2-3 consecutive hot laps, they started to cook and fall off a bit. (To their credit though, they never failed me outright, just started to feel a bit soft and much less bite.).

#Saab #og93 #boost #turbo #ProjectCar #DIY #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Slowly making progress on figuring out why my Saab won't even crank. I tested starter and solenoid voltage and ground today and think I may be on to something. The solenoid is getting low voltage when turning the key so the next itemto test is my starter relay. Hopefully I'll be making turbo noises soon

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[]Yves Vds

Good luck. I hate solving electrical gremlins. Is that strut brace an original part?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Yep, the strut brace is a factory part, not even an optional one.

I'm hoping that it's just a bad relay causing my problems and that it can be fixed just by replacing the part. We'll see what happens.

#BMW #E46 #328i #ProjectCar #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild After a long time trying to get rid of this car I finally sold it. I didn't get nearly as much as I was hoping for but it at least went to someone that I know will bring it back to it's former glory.

#saab #boost #OG93 #ProjectCar #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild It's super easy to fit big stuff in this car

#BMW #E46 #328i #ForSale #ProjectCar #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild A little over 3 years ago I brought home the greatest purchase I have ever made: my 1999 328i. Of course the first thing I did was wash it. It gave me a solid year and a half of service before an accident brought it down. Unfortunately with how things are looking it may end up getting scrapped on Saturday.

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[]Yves Vds

No luck selling it?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Not yet unfortunately. I'm giving it til Saturday afternoon and then I call the scrapper. It's a shame. I'd much rather see it live on than become junk

[]Ernie Szots

Aww, that's a bummer. Was/is there something specific about the '99 328i that attracts you, or?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

It just has such a nice interior layout and drives so smoothly. Even my 5 series doesn't have as nice of an interior layout. Everything just feels like it was setup perfectly. The 2.8 got that car moving good too. I know I surprised more than my share of much pricier cars with it.

#Turbo #Supercharger #Boost #Swap #Power #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild What's your favorite way to increase power and why?

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[]Gregory Garoppolo

I have caveats on caveats for this matter. The real question to me is, what are your goals for the build? There are some engines that it just makes sense to swap out, like a Peugeot-Renault-Volvo 2.7 L V6 found in cars like the Volvo 262, and the DeLorean. It's an objectively awful engine that makes poor power and has worse reliability, either supercharging or turbocharging that turd will just make matters worse. The correct solution is a new engine.

Meanwhile, who in their right mind removes a factory 2JZ from anything? There's probably not a better answer than a 2JZ for whatever it is your goal happens to be, unless your goal is fuel economy for some bizarre reason, in which case you're a frugal minded weirdo for buying a 2JZ in the first place.

I currently have a Volvo B230F 4 cylinder in my 242, and the easiest way to make that make big power is to grab some of the components off of a later model turbo Volvo. There's not really a question as to which will make more power, and the supercharger would just be expensive and needlessly complicated alternative to all of that convenient OEM Volvo stuff, plus the well supported turbo Volvo aftermarket. It's also a well sorted, not terribly laggy system, as long as you don't deliberately stick a monster turbo on there. The block, crank, and pistons will take it either way, but you may need some valve springs.

Superchargers have a place too, and its when lots of top end power is desired along with immediate throttle response, so, track and race cars. Not that turbos can't work, but aftermarket turbos tend to be more laggy than OEM designs from my experience, and that simply isn't an issue with a supercharger.

Throw in things like twin charging and weird Wankel designed engines, and you have even more considerations to make. There's just not an obvious one size fits all answer to this one.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

I definitely agree with you there. I wasn't looking at a " one size fits all" solution as much as I was looking for personal preference and the reasoning behind it.

If I was looking at a solution for my current project (the 525i) I'd definitely be going with an engine swap. The current motor doesn't make a lot of power (and has high mileage) so for the cost of a supercharger setup the "bolts right in" I could have a much more reliable v8 swap with capabilities of much higher power.

If I was talking about my wife's car (the Fit) I'd look at a supercharger simply because it needs more throttle response and a linear power upgrade would suit it much better than a laggy turbo.

[]Caleb Krebs

supercharger!!! Honestly, I don't have any valid reasons. Lol, but still, supercharger!

[]Yves Vds

Depends on where you live. In Europe, most countries are very strict when it comes to car modifications (the Netherlands and the UK are exceptions however). In France, you have to keep the OBDII functions, so forget about stand-alone ECUs. In Belgium, forget about installing BC Racing coilovers in Belgium, or even some simple Tein lowering springs... They are deemed illegal and you won't pass the MOT. As you can imagine, engine swaps are prohibited in Belgium and France.

Belgian regulations are pretty insane when it comes to mods. Just changing your shift knob will trigger an additional MOT report stating a list of your mods. Plus you have to pay extra for this report... Every year...

So given the very strict regulatory environment, I decided to go with a supercharger, because (1) it's the easiest to install and (2) the easiest to revert back to stock. A turbo install isn't extremely hard to do, but it's for sure more complicated (plumbing oil return lines, modifying the exhaust).

I could retain the stock ECU to run the supercharger. I just needed to install a fuel-cut defender to make sure there is enough fuel going in at higher revs. So it's an invisible mod (the FCD sits in the same box as the ECU).

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Personally, I'm a big fan of the turbocharger just because it takes the engines waste (exhaust) and turns it into more power, all the while increasing efficiency.

[]Craig Crall

Not to be a pain Wilson, but efficiency actually drops with the addition of a turbocharger. It's easy to forget, but a fair amount of additional back pressure is created by a turbocharger, which in turn results in pumping losses.

I find superchargers to be a bit easier to tune, given their fairly linear output compared to a turbo. Superchargers vary broadly in terms of compression efficiency, so searching for one with the highest compression efficiency should be a top priority, if you are considering one. I'd be looking for something in the 70%+ range of adiabatic efficiency.

Superchargers do consume a fair amount of HP to operate, but at low engine+supercharger speeds, their impact on fuel economy can be fairly small.

For moderate power increases and driveability, the supercharger is hard to beat.

There's no question as to which device wins the HP war, the turbo is king when it comes to that, for a variety of reasons.

With almost all engine swaps, you're in for a lot of work, unless the donor engine is offered in a similar platform, especially with modern electronic supporting systems, where even changing the length of a wire, can throw a system into a frenzy.

[]Landon Jurgens

Old school, high reving turbocharged engines have a soft spot for me. it really gets into personal preference, and either can be done wrong. I just love a good turbocharged car.

[]Ernie Szots

It's a fun subject that I've seen many debate about. Typically I read about superchargers being better than turbochargers because of the no lag and always available power. With the 2ZR swap gaining popularity on the Yaris forum, folks argued for the swap's simpler nature and unrelenting reliability as compared to the more complex and engine taxing superchargers and turbos. Curious to hear what the Wheelwell community thinks.

#BMW #Honda #Ford #E39 #E46 #Focus #Fit #Skittles #VarietyIsTheSpiceOfLife #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild

#Saab #OG93 #BornFromJets #Boost #ProjectCar #DIY #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Well, I didn't get it to start yet but I finally got the new starter in and replaced my broken boost gauge. Hopefully I'll get the main starting issue figured out in the next few days. Next item to try is the battery.

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[]Yves Vds

How hard is it to wire in a boost gauge?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

It wasn't hard to run the wiring for it. I just tapped into the power wire for the 12V outlet in the car and then ran a ground wire to a grounding stud behind the dash. The hardest part was getting the hose run from the engine bay to the gauge. I had to move a few things under the hood, put a slit in a firewall grommet, then shove a piece of PVC pipe into there to let the hose come through smoothly. It was not a fun job to do especially when I found out that the first gauge I had bought was busted.

#Saab #ProjectCar #DIY #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Needed somewhere to store my frosty beverage while wrenching on the Saab. Luckily I found an engine bay cupholder.

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[]Craig Moody

now if they could make a goddamn cup holder in the vehicle that works...

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Before I decided that I was going to sell mine I had the intention of mounting an adjustable size cupholder from PepBoys to the cupholder slot on the armrest and making my own setup. The little fold out ones are complete crap. Whenever you have something in there it blocks not 1 but 2 display panels. SMH.

[]Yves Vds

Haha. Very useful when you're wrenching hours on end.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Or when it's hot and humid out and you're crawling all over the engine bay, lol

[]Timothy Markworth

I'm pretty sure I've seen legit engine bay cup holder kits for at least one car before, but I can't remember which one. Seems like bargaining in bad faith, but eh. I'm doing good to find space for all the stupid tools I need without something making itself gone forever.

#Honda #Fit #DailyDriver #Scosche #MagicMount #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild Finally got around to getting a magic mountain to try out. I must say even after just a day of use I'm blown away by how well it works and how much better it is than any other mount that I've had. It definitely makes moving my phone off and on the mount easy

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[]Yves Vds

Looks great! What brand is it? How much was it?

[]Wilson Oberholzer

It's made by Scosche. I paid a little over $12 shipped for it off of eBay. Absolutely worth it.

#Weekend #DIY #ProjectCar #Saab #BMW #Detailing #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild It's almost the weekend which means many of us will finally have some extra free time to go to car shows or get some wrenching in. I've got plans to get my 9-3 back up and running, clean it up and detail it. Then if I'm lucky I'll get my 5 series cleaned up some more, maybe put the stage 3 tune onto my Saab, and possibly get in some more time

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[]Timothy Markworth

In a minute, I'm gonna see if I can get my engine stand assembled and maybe even try getting the JDM F23A mounted. I need to pull the plug for the block heater (that I don't have yet). Maybe I'll find something else to monkey around with. Until I get the old F23A1 pulled, there's not much else I can do.

In any event, I kind of need to practice lifting stuff with an engine hoist. Never actually done it, so I'm not sure if I even have everything I need!

[]Ernie Szots

Nice; hoping the 3 series sell happens for you.

I'm hoping to spend a few minutes finally throwing on my Gorilla locking wheel lugs. I also need to schedule a time to have my audio guy install my new passenger airbag switch into one of the dead panels on the console. That reminds me, I'm going to call him now and see if he has some time tomorrow lol.

#Movies #TeamWheelwell #ForTheBuild We're all familiar with the standard car movies like The Fast and The Furious, Gone in 60 Seconds, and The Italian Job but what I'm interested in finding is the more obscure and B-rate stuff. My personal favorite B-rate car movie is "Death Race 2000" from 1975 starring David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone. It's about a Gumball rally style race across the country where the objective is to rack up as many points as possible by hitting

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[]Hayden Baker

We've talked about the Death Race remake before. I love that movie even though it makes no sense that all those cars are equally quick. Days of Thunder is super cheesey but I love it. Some amazing race action in there with Tom Cruise being a total cowboy. So fun

[]Ernie Szots

Death Race 2000, a classic!

What about Steven Spielberg's "Duel"? Where the semi truck is trying to run the guy in the Plymouth Valiant off the road.

[]Wilson Oberholzer

Oh shit, how could I have forgotten about that one!? Definitely a classic

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