What's up, LJ? You should've come with Jody to Memphis. Was a great time again.
Got your title taken care of.
Andrew! So this is where you disappeared to!!! Yeah, I should have taken a break to attend Memphis this year. Since I'm not on any Glover lists except blown, which is tomb quiet these days, and mid-atlantic, which didn't talk about it (!), I didn't hear any event chatter to get me whipped up into a gotta-go frenzy.
I've been poking around to see where all the tech-heads went, maybe this is the right place to hang for awhile. Here's something I've been playing with recently:
Yep, I've been hanging out here since they opened the doors.
The event kinda snuck up on us this year, being the first week of May. I'm not surprised it didn't get as much coverage as it has in the past.
Looks like fun - wow, what a cool injector flow testbench. I've been hearing that you've gotten heavily in to fuel delivery these days. Me, I'm still building & sellin' the cables. Thanks for your support and references in the past! If you need a USB version, gimme a holler, I've got 'em.
LJ, nice runs!! Glad to see you back and running again I just picked up the GMHTP yesterday and as soon as I looked at the cover, I was like "Is that LJ's car!?" Finally they put a "worthy" car in the magazine after what seems like a whole lotta run-of-the-mill rides.
__________________ 1968 Chevelle Malibu- Twin Turbo 6.0 LS, Front Mount Intercooleod & Meth Injected. All through a built 4L80E. 10.2 @ 135mph on low boost and pump gas- 4,000lb race weight Sold
2001 Camaro- LS powered N2O Addict- 8.71 @ 161mph- Sold
Thanks - I had a blast doing the shoot. They didn't use the burnout pics or the ones where I was doing 60 mph just 6 feet off the back bumper of the photog's car on Hwy1. If the animation works, here is one set of burnout pics: