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Old 12-31-2008, 03:38 AM
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I have to throw in a vote for David Childress aka Mighty Mouse. In my opinion, his car is what every LS1 F-Body aspires to be.
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Originally Posted by PowerShift408 View Post
I have to throw in a vote for David Childress aka Mighty Mouse. In my opinion, his car is what every LS1 F-Body aspires to be.
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My vote is for Dave as well....not only because he is a friend i know he has spent many years, spent a lot of money and poured his own blood sweat and tears into both his rides (between the formula and t/a) and stil manages to daily drive it.
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I got a vote for mighty mouse the car is the fastest true street car i have ever read about or seen pics and vids of.
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Don't forget about TTI the first bolt on street and race kit offered. One of the first turbo company to offer kit. One of the oldest companies on LS1 Tech.
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Another vote for Harlan.
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Keep the votes coming! I will update the vote list soon.
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Not sure if your still looking for votes, but mighty mouse is my hero car
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Harlan. Not just because of the car, but also because he is a good guy. I had a lot of fun hanging out with him and the rest of the Motown Muscle folks back in the day and still remember the first time I rode in the Hawk shortly after the Incon TT kit went on. It definitely made me want to go quicker, though I was never able to get off my wallet and go FI.
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I would have to agree with many others, Mighty Mouse is an inspiration for the people that actually drive there cars on the street on a daily basis.
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1. Matt Harlan
2. Jim (Parish) Neuenfeldt?sp?
3. David Childress
4. Speed Inc.
5. KP

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I have to give this one to Jim (Parish8) He was doing things with 99+ LS trucks way, way, way before anyone else would even think of it.
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Originally Posted by SSilverSSurfer View Post
jim from speed inc, for being a bad ************
LOL, thanks, and thanks to onfire as well. I feel like I should get the wallet from pulp fiction now

If I get to vote I would like to throw Kurt Urban into the mix. He is extremely knowledgeable and has been very helpful to me in the past.
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Surprised Kurt Urban isn't on here. I'll vote Urban.
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Old 03-30-2009, 10:18 PM
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I would say Steve Fereday.. Has the most records in LS1's that I know of.
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Old 04-02-2009, 09:30 PM
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Cablebandit of Northern GA Mableton Speed Shop fame, and Matt Harlen.

Mighty Mouses formula was always pretty slick.
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+1 for Kurt Urban for building the engine for the worlds 1st 6 second ls-based engine.

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Is MM's car actually his daily driver, legitimately, or more of a weekend/pleasure car?
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Old 05-10-2009, 10:52 AM
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my formula i legitimately drove every day, everywhere i went when it was running. it was my only car and if it was broke i borrowed a car from somebody.

the trans am is far more reliable, it actually hasnt broke on its own at all since building it, but it only gets me to work a few times a week now on nice days. when you have the option to let it stay clean on a rainy day its really easy to take the option.
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:34 PM
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Originally Posted by MIGHTYMOUSE View Post
my formula i legitimately drove every day, everywhere i went when it was running. it was my only car and if it was broke i borrowed a car from somebody.

the trans am is far more reliable, it actually hasnt broke on its own at all since building it, but it only gets me to work a few times a week now on nice days. when you have the option to let it stay clean on a rainy day its really easy to take the option.
Thats freakin' awesome! I hear ya on keeping it clean though, my car doesn't really move during the week, I'd like to take it out more though. Did you not worry much about people messing with either car leaving it in parking lots etc? Its on my mind the whole time if I drive it lol.
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:48 PM
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the really interesting part is that it gets the better mileage than my moms jeep i'm currently beating around in
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