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  1. Member #38

    1. Shelby101

      Shelby101

      Gerry, Looking forward to seeing you both again.. It will be spring Break so bringing Katie back and see is eager to see you 2 again. Also breaking in the wife this time. See you in March

    2. gchaser1

      gchaser1

      Hey Bill, Looking forward to seeing you and Katie again and finally get to meet your better half. It should be a great time!

  2. My Supersnake Hood Delivered!

    Thanks ELITE 1. IMO this works with the SS hood. The Shelby lettering fills the break between the stripes and makes the viewer take notice.
  3. My Supersnake Hood Delivered!

    This would be worth a look. Maybe ELITE 1 could photoshop what you are describing? Please ELITE 1?
  4. Reading about the loud pop has me wondering about my car. I have about 12k on the car with just over 60 miles of track exposure at Larry H. Miller Motor Sports Park. Everything with the rear suspension, gears, axles, etc. is stock. A few weeks ago, I was doing some spirited driving on a curvy canyon road when I came out of a turn I noticed a loud pop from the rear. At the time I thought a tire may have grabbed a rock and then released it into the wheel well causing the pop. After reading some of these posts, I wonder if it is something else. I have noticed some rear brake squeak when the brakes are applied, but have considered it as dust. It has rarely happened. However, now it consistently makes noise from the differential when making tight turns in a parking lot. The sound is similar to a limited slip rear end with the wrong gear lube. Maybe something is damaged in the clutch pack? Anybody know any more about this? Thanks, Gerry
  5. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    last pic... I like the side of the car hauler.
  6. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    pics cont...
  7. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    More pics - Sorry about the multiple posts. I'm not trying to artificially increase my post count. However, some of you may want the higher quality pics.
  8. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    Here are some more pics of the Super Snake. Some have the KR as well. Nobody from Shelby would comment too much on the SS. However, I have heard the Kenne Bell on another Shelby and the Super Snake sounded just like a KB.
  9. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    HSURB, I took some additional pics of the wheels, emblems, etc. I'll have to resize them in order to post on this forum. When I get a chance, I'll post them.
  10. SAAC-32 and Road trip

    My wife and I also attended this event. It was my first and definitely will not be my last. We took some really good photos and video, but the photos will need to be resized to meet the upload limit of 500k. While we were there we had an opportunity to visit with a young engineer from Ford Racing Products. He had just come off the track in their 07GT500. He and the car were performing very well. He was excited about their testing, and he talked to us a good twenty minutes about the mods. He said Hoosier tires, 3:73 gears, lowering springs, adjustable dampers, chip, tune, and the whipple.
  11. Super Snake Up In Smoke

    OK linkie workie now. It's been while since I posted a link. I had to relearn.
  12. Check out the video below to see the Super Snake showing off for the press at Larry H. Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele UT this past weekend.
  13. high-speed problem

    BlackVert, There are four rubber bumpers you can adjust up and down by turning them. They are just under the front of the hood attached to the frame which is above the radiator. I had this problem also. I just took a small amount of white lithium grease and placed it on the top of the bumpers - closed the hood then opened it and examined the hood to see which bumper stops had grease on them and which didn't. I then adjusted the bumpers up until they were touching the hood then I gave them another quarter turn to add some tension and cleaned the grease away. The hood closes perfectly and their is no lift at high speeds. You can still get a bit of a ripple from the aluminum hood at high speeds but nothing like when the bumper stops are not set correctly. Just take your time and you may have to open and close your hood several times until the adjustments are satisfactory. It will give you peace of mind when take her on up past 140. Hope this helps. G
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