We received our new racing D-shaped steering wheel kits. They are 6-bolt - black suede.
They still need to be priced out but I thought I would share some images.
The kit comes with the steering wheel, quick disconnect, 6 bolt anodized spline adaptor, and hardware.
One of our employees, Carlos bought an SS/SC Cobalt that had a rod out and has a bad cylinder. If anyone has a block or complete engine that they need to get rid of he could use one.
This is not for his daily driver, he is scavenging parts from us that are too dinged up to send to our customers...
Adam had some custom rod ends made to fit the left side of the stock shifter for those of you that don't want to use or don't have the original plastic shifter cable ends.
We will be selling these rod ends as a kit that will replace both plastic ends.
The kit will have:
(1) 6mm LH rod end...
Around the end of July of this year, our machine shop had the opportunity to machine four window frame assemblies that were installed into a Gulfstream III aircraft to acquire important data and flight imagery of the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft capsule's return to earth.
Finished machining side one...
Install your tunnel cover.
Install your shifter cable bracket
Identify one of the cables on both ends with a sharpie mark or piece of tape.
Route your two shifter cables along the tunnel and through the opening in the firewall.
The cables need to be positioned...
Adam ordered a batch of Quaife limited slip diffs to put in some of our zero mile F35s and to upgrade our customers F35s.
We received our first victim last weekend, so I grabbed one of ours to do a test run. Now that I'm done with that one I'm going to do his and three more of ours at the same...
Zero mile F35 Transmissions
New replacement for a used SS/SC or SS/TC manual transmission
4.05 final drive
We now have some brand new, zero mile SAAB F35 transmissions.
$650 without a limited slip differential
Add $400 labor to have a customer supplied limited slip installed
Add $1250 for...
When reworking a wiring harness I always extend the brown/white MIL wire that comes from the fuse box and hooks to the gauge cluster.
Is this what turns the check engine light on and if so could we save some time extending it and also not have a check engine light displayed?
If anyone has...
Dale sent this to me.
Wanted to let you know that the Stalker folks are getting together in Georgia to have some fun discussing cars, technical stuff, eating, fellowship and driving the fantastic roads in the area.
As of right now there should be a Stalker V8 (Indiana)...
This gets attached to a 2x4 that attaches to the frame. You will use a drill to turn it.
We have tested it a few times using our Ryobi cordless drill. It easily pulls the hoses through.
Our customers will have to supply the drill and 2x4 and drill two holes through the 2x4.
It uses one of the...
I received the following message from BAR-AIR alerting me that there is a problem with communication between us and our customers.
I have no reason to get into a pissing match with you on the forum. But a lot of this is B.S.. My kit was from the very first batch of kits realistically...
Steering wheel control wiring.
BCM - X4 - pin F9
BCM - X2 - pin 61
Info and Return
Instrument cluster plug - pin 5
BCM - X1 - pin 60
On the BCM near each plug you will find J1 - J4 molded into the BCM housing. I...
For the builders that are doing their own button panels we can send you a set of resistors with the proper values.
$10 plus shipping
The 715 ohm and one of the 1270 ohm resistors is not used if you have the early model donors with the info and return buttons located on the dash.
You will need...
Before thinning you body harness locate pin D7 on the big red BCM plug. There should be two pink wires coming from it.
One of the wires goes to the passenger seat plug. The other goes to the inflatable restraint module plug.
Cut these two wires about an inch from the big red plug and solder on...
We have put together a fresh air ducting system that gathers fresh air at the nose of the Goblin and cleanly directs the air across the heat exchanger.
It uses two NACA ducts, one on either side, as far forward as possible where the air is undisturbed.
After collecting the air it directs it...