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DJ Dank

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About DJ Dank

  • Birthday 10/18/1980

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  • Your Pathfinder Info
    1998 Pathfinder SE. AC Lift Jim Wolf intake and Stillen exhaust. Brembo cross drilled rotors 2003 Roofrack. 1997 Toyota 4Runner SR5
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  • Mechanical Skill Level
    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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  • What do you consider yourself?
    Weekend Warrior
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    Bozeman, MT
  • Interests
    Web site design, graphic design, photography, 4x4ing, hiking, camping, fishing.

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  1. Sounds great! Definitely get rid of that "S" intake pipe. It's way too restrictive and you'll notice an even bigger difference. I did this years ago but I found a cheap straight pipe off of Ebay that had 2 vacuum ports to it and used that for set up along with my JWT Popcharger. IIRC it was like around $20.
  2. That's a nice set up! Griot's is pretty good stuff but there are a lot of high end shampoos, waxes, sealants etc. But being that this is a mobile car washing service rather than a mobile detailing service, I'm sure that most of the stuff being used can be found off the shelf at any big box store. Been detailing cars for friends and family for the past 10 years. I personally use 1Z Einszett products. Their Polish and Glanz wax are amazing. Add some Sonax wheel cleaner, IronX and some clay bars and your car will look amazing. Edited for typo.
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    Liquid A$$

    LOL yup. I remember those smelling like rotten eggs...This stuff is indescribable. It truly is amazing.
  4. DJ Dank

    Liquid A$$

    Has anyone ever heard of Liquid Ass? It's this liquid that comes in a little spray bottle that you use to prank others. I got my hands on a bottle of the stuff and it is the most absolute putrid thing I have ever smelled. are some pretty funny videos on YT of people pranking others with it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvTAb5sLMuM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmk8S6wBTFg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRMT7eCYjYg
  5. Yup, I don't have cajones to buy a car without seeing it and driving it first. As nice as that car may seem, I only know what the seller wants me to know and I'm going with my gut and passing on that one. I am looking at a car in the Denver area that fits the bill too but it's silver. The dealer is also offering a free 3yr/100k Warranty through a third party company which gives me some sort of peace of mind. Plus it would only be a $200 flight there and 11 hour drive back. I was concerned about the ride height too but it has coilovers and I would never have it ride that low. No pot holes in Montana, just grated dirt roads with giant mud holes. But then again, that's why I'm keeping the Pathy. This will be the main grocery getter.
  6. The seller is in Danbury/Bethel area I believe. He gets the car tuned at a place in Bethel. I would be looking for someone to take a look at it, in about 2 weeks.
  7. I'm looking at a 2005 Subaru WRX that I am interested purchasing but I'm in Montana and the seller is in CT. I've never bought a car sight unseen before and the thought of doing that is a little unnerving. As much as I want to trust the seller's word, when it comes to that kind of money, I'm apprehensive. I know I can spend around $150 to have a third party go and inspect the car, test drive it and give it a '150 point' inspection... I'd be more inclined to see if there was someone on here in the CT area who knows a little something about cars and take a look. Anyone ever bought a car sight unseen?
  8. Hmm...I just started experiencing the same thing but at higher RPMS. I drive over a mountain pass daily and on the approach/incline, if I have the pedal down all the way, it will sometimes start surging. I actually have to let off the gas slightly and then it's like something kicks in and it starts accelerating.
  9. Thank you to my SS for my 4 Wheeling Bible book! I'm not sure if it's going to be best on the coffee table or the bathroom collection.
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    I figure I'd join in on the action. Here's one I got when I was living in Maui, on my back.
  11. I was plagued with EVAP issues for a while before I figured out it was my vent control valve that was stuck in an open position due to all the water crossings I did. Luckily there was no charcoal in the lines. A tiny bit of WD40 freed the valve and allowed it to open and close. Now couldn't charcoal in the lines possibly be related to issues with the vent control valve? If it was stuck closed maybe?
  12. Happy Birthday guys!
  13. I think it looks good. I remember doing this to my Pathy when I first got it. I've had it like this for 8 years now and countless water crossings and have nothing negative to report.

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