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  1. Dylan Galvin

    Looking to update wiring in 68 Imperial.

    I’ve used the painless kit, no it isn’t painless lol. It’s very time consuming, like all wiring projects, but it’s quality stuff and the instructions are very helpful for wiring systems together from scratch like starting and ignition. Good kit when fixing a car with a wiring system that’s in...
  2. Dylan Galvin

    Dodge EV Day 2021

    That thing is ludicrous.
  3. Dylan Galvin

    So this just happened.

    I think you had a separate thread for this
  4. Dylan Galvin

    Took Advantage Of The 80 Degree Weather

    Feels way too early for it to be hitting 80 here in Phoenix
  5. Dylan Galvin

    All Wheel Drive (AWD) Challenger

    Chargers handle better IMO, although the comfort levels in a Challenger are slightly better.
  6. Dylan Galvin

    3.6 Pentastar V6 vs. 2.4 4 Cylinder

    Well up until recently we have just brought it into the dealer at the recommended intervals, 6000 miles I think. Now I’ll be taking over the oil changes as it’s out of the warranty or whatever. I have to do a change in ~1000 miles, have to consider what oil I want to go with.
  7. Dylan Galvin

    3.6 Pentastar V6 vs. 2.4 4 Cylinder

    We drive the absolute balls off the 3.6 charger, it’s given us no trouble and I’m looking forward to seeing how it holds up.
  8. Dylan Galvin

    3.6 Pentastar V6 vs. 2.4 4 Cylinder

    I thought the 3.6 is a DOHC?
  9. Dylan Galvin

    3.6 Pentastar V6 vs. 2.4 4 Cylinder

    We’ve done around 50k miles in a 3.6 charger and it’s taken us all across the west reliably. I really enjoy the engine note and character, obviously it ain’t ludicrously fast or loud, it’s just a pleasant driver. I can’t really speak on long term dependability unfortunately.
  10. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    Yeah I’ve already spent like 6 hours this week pulling wiring stuff, most under dash lol dosent bother me with the front seat out
  11. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    Yeah you can pull em out without getting under just be careful
  12. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    Heyyy there we go. Thanks for the useful info and tips. Thats the project for this week then. I already got the seat out in prep for this. If all goes according to plan, this thing should be making some noise by the end of next week. I'm definitely going to try and clean up the icky factory...
  13. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    Soooo maybe I dont remove it? I just assume wiring will be a PITA with it still in the car
  14. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    shit... lol
  15. Dylan Galvin

    1966 Monaco - About to remove dash

    I’m about to rewire the Monaco and am going blindly start the dash removal in like an hour- unless you guys have any tips or bits of knowledge you’d like to share. This seems like it’ll be not too difficult, just time consuming. Any help is much appreciated
  16. Dylan Galvin

    Theory behind 2 fuel tank vents?

    Well I’m wrong lol
  17. Dylan Galvin

    Theory behind 2 fuel tank vents?

    I thought that second line you're talking about is the return line
  18. Dylan Galvin

    The Last Street Hemi

    That article calls it a 71 Challenger... lol
  19. Dylan Galvin

    Suspension ideas

    Turn that torsion adjuster bolt completely loose
  20. Dylan Galvin

    Suspension ideas

    If you want to have some camber, its pretty easy to adjust on these things just slide the UCA. That combined with altering the tension on the torsion bars is all you can easily do for the front. In the rear I think you need custom leaf springs made to adjust that ride height
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