In the previous post I showed the Carving bit used to drill the ID along with the actually carving taking place as well as the ID after it's been widened.
At 1st the guys @ Automotive Extreme (Slim & his son) used a cutting bit but that took over an hour to complete so I bought a carving bit as requested which did the job in about 15-30 mins.
I also loaded a pic of the driver side strut tube to show lack of oil, which was part of the reason why I had a crappy ride.
I used the strut boot & bump stopper that came with the Monroe rears on the front and will be using KYB SB108 strut boots on the rears. I believe these are polyurethanes.
Here is a pic of Automotive Extreme's 450z, I was told this was the 1st 450Z car ever.... this conversion was done over 10+ years ago... I was lucky to have legends work on my car, a steal at any price... to see and hear this baby coming towards you is something I can't really describe...
450Z by Automotive Xtreme
, on Flickr
Right now 2/13/14 there's a snow storm emergency here in ATL, once that's over I will install the rear struts... then install a WeaponR Secret Weapon Cold air intake. I aim to do a true dual intake like Swimshark has but I'm still learning about dual MAF sensor mod and so on...
There's a looooong list of thing's I'd like to do I'll just post em as I go along...