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Mark LaFountain

Welcome to the IHoP v.2

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1 hour ago, MKader17 said:

I'm also taking suggestions for mobile lighting to help check spots on the Swagger Wagon while polishing and other general work usage.

Mobile or garage lights?  

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Mobile garage lights :P

Something I could shine on the car to spot imperfections and something I could easily use to shine into an engine bay/ work on something in the backyard in the middle of the night.

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Stick a bunch of t5ho lights in the garage for work in there then find some nice led work lights from the depot or similar.  

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Dying to see how the pickup deals with that...on a big fat tube amp.

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And I get to today.  Couldn't while the kids were sleeping :P

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Haven't mic'd it yet, but the PA would be a guitar amp anyways so ran it direct.  Amazing pickup for an acoustic.  Not something you can run into overdrive too far nicely, but clean it is really impressive.  Could easily perform with what I have.

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Next purchase is a bass amp, lol.  I'll probably use that once a month max.  Play the bass through the looper and guitar amp in parallel at the moment which works pretty well for making jam tracks.

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I finally found a Torsen diff for the Miata, without having to sell a kidney. 

So big changes this spring: new coilovers, new rotors, pads and hoses and Torsen diff (3.9 gears versus current 4.1). 

:woot:

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The Torsen should really help at rallysprints, every time I exited a corner I would mash the throttle and spin the inside tire :(

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