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Old 06-29-2013, 04:02 PM
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It ain't wrapped in yellow tape, but...

...it's still a Buck$Zooka round.

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I was going to install this today, but Thor cast his vote on the matter and I'm waiting for the weather to clear. In the mean time; I get to listen to the emergency radio go nuts with warnings of flash floods, and post pictures of my new toy... as long as power/internet holds out.

I opened all the packages in the box, then decided to use my pocket knife in the image, so you can get an idea of how small the box is. It surprised me.

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Ok, I'm jealous! But I've got along ways to go before adding tunes, I'll get there though! Should be getting a couple "Yellow taped boxes" next week. BTW, Dunder und Blitzen passed our way about 20 min ago, and its headed your way, lots of wind and rain, and quite noisy. So are you gonna run PHP's tunes or play some others? Oh, have you figured out the OBDII to head unit interface thing yet?
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I am interested in whose tunes you will run as well. Is this just a toy to play with or a real replacement for what you're running now?
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So you got the optional cable huh?

Pretty sure one of those tunes will be the live tune he got from Cody. Then what else do you need? Decel, quiet tune?
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All of my tunes are live-tuned by Cody... and one of them has to remain a secret for a while longer. The tunes are dialed to my style of driving and Stinky's hardware. I had a temporary TS chip until the Hydra popped up on the priority list.

I'll be discussing the merits of live-tuning here at a later time, as well as the chip itself.
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BTW, Dunder und Blitzen passed our way about 20 min ago, and its headed your way, lots of wind and rain, and quite noisy.
I lost track how many emergency announcements popped up on the weather radio... suffice to say we are now flushed. At one time, they closed parts of downtown because of manhole covers shooting up and being lost in the torrent.
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I lost track how many emergency announcements popped up on the weather radio... suffice to say we are now flushed. At one time, they closed parts of downtown because of manhole covers shooting up and being lost in the torrent.
Oh my...well at least the street should be clean
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That PHP switch should fit your rectangular hole pretty well I would think. Someone on here did that didnt they? Going from DP to PHP with just a bit of dremelling, I think...
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That PHP switch should fit your rectangular hole pretty well I would think. Someone on here did that didnt they? Going from DP to PHP with just a bit of dremelling, I think...
Yes... I read that here. However... somebody has my DP insert {cough cough}.
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Ok, I'm jealous! But I've got along ways to go before adding tunes,
Me too, I'd have tunes right now if Rich didn't make that chip chaser thread
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