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  2. ///M5

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Paint will be dry by tomorrow!
  3. Yesterday
  4. S.DeYoung

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Easily the best option, they have multiple different options depending on your budget. I can’t remember the last time I bought another brand of brakes for my daily drivers.
  5. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    I've used PowerStop many times without issue. They sell normal rotors too. I've used them.
  6. MKader17

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    So the brake motivs are going to have to be removed. Too dusty and squeak. Any recommendations for replacements? Wouldn't mind doing OEM but they are way expensive. Is powerstop good? I really don't need/want drilled slotted, but that's what they seems to have.
  7. dem beats

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Brutal! Sorry mang!
  8. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    OUCH!
  9. MKader17

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Had to give in and take my truck to the dealership. List price is $1k for a PCM. I was able to use my company discount and get it for $700. The whole deal is going to cost me $1100 to get back running
  10. Last week
  11. mikel7829

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Nice! Glad it worked
  12. ///M5

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Mike - you da man. I drilled a handwarmer switch hole and 4 mounting holes. Test fits perfect. Need to sand it and paint and then she gets installed permanently.
  13. Randal Johnson

    Randal's 2007 Chevy Avalanche

    Thank You Sir
  14. Randal Johnson

    Eye Spy With My Eye

    Awesome Ride
  15. Randal Johnson

    2015 Hyundai Sonata Sport/Limited

    I am tuned in for your thoughts on this DSP. I’ve heard nothing but good things about them.
  16. Randal Johnson

    Do it right the first time..From Yuck to Stuck!!!

    Nice work on getting that truck in shape !!! I have a set of front and rear roll pans for that year model truck for sale (never used) if anyone is interested. I’m not trying to sell anything on your thread Sir. I don’t even know what they are worth. Keep us updated on the finished product !!!
  17. Randal Johnson

    Dylan's "Brutal" 17 Chevy Cruze RS Hatch

    Thanks guys !!! It’s really impressive with stock head unit, electrical, and an enclosure from a previous build.
  18. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    Actually the worst part is the clutch. If you let off the pedal even 1%, it grabs. It makes for a jerky bitch.
  19. Tirefryr

    Welcome to the IHoP v.2

    4:10s.
  20. Second Skin

    Eye Spy With My Eye

    Yes, that sound is awesome...like a roaring dragon shooting fire!!!
  21. Second Skin

    Do it right the first time..From Yuck to Stuck!!!

    Shots of the build from the exterior, before paint and body upgrades with a guest appearance by Mac's trusty sidekick...
  22. Second Skin

    Do it right the first time..From Yuck to Stuck!!!

    Next up, the wiring... Install the speakers and subs... Next up, getting the interior straightened up and carpet laid...
  23. Second Skin

    Do it right the first time..From Yuck to Stuck!!!

    After the cab was washed with denatured alcohol and stripped of the "other stuff"...next comes the American made butyl Damplifier Pro to the rescue!!! Looking good... Very nice coverage... Finished with the Damplifier Pro...Great looking work MAC!!!
  24. Sometimes people go the cheap route and pay the price in hard labor and wasted money!!! Here is a little story straight from the mouth of one of our newest and soon to be life long customers!!! "I present you a bouquet of bulls**t sound deadener. It smells like someone is getting a new roof inside this cab haha. Now to get the sticky gooey s**t off too. Fun fun fun" #macsgarage559 It is horrible to see people having to scrape, freeze, and torch a big mistake out of their build. Ask around, do some research and choose a product that is going to work the correct way and perform the job it is engineered to do...demand a high-quality American made butyl product for all of your sound deadening projects!!! Where it all started... Removal with a heat gun turned into gooey madness for the shop... We saw his post on Instagram and suggested he use dry ice and alcohol instead of the heat... He tried it without the bag first, worked ok... But drop the dry ice and alcohol into a bag and KABOOM.. Finally, off with the stinky stuff after many man hours of labor. Looking so fresh and clean...
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