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Newbie - slow coyote

Postby forcefedcoyote » Sat Feb 07, 2015 3:57 pm

Hey peoples,

New guy with a slow coyote....barely enough power to be worthy of posting here! lol.

Names john and I'm in the pearland area.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 4:13 pm

forcefedcoyote wrote:Hey peoples,

New guy with a slow coyote....barely enough power to be worthy of posting here! lol.

Names john and I'm in the pearland area.
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What's up man!!! Congrats on the runs the other night. It runs good!

What's the next plans for the car?
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby Fiveoh » Sat Feb 07, 2015 4:16 pm

Welcome! I saw your post about the circle d, looking at doing the same to mine so I'll be watching your results closely.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 4:43 pm

forcefedcoyote wrote:Hey peoples,

New guy with a slow coyote....barely enough power to be worthy of posting here! lol.

Names john and I'm in the pearland area.
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If you aren't busy on the morning of the 15th, you should come out to Katy. Should be a good turnout. Check the other areas of the forum for more info.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby forcefedcoyote » Sat Feb 07, 2015 5:42 pm

Thanks fellas.
I ordered a circle d 2c, hope to go a little faster.


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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 8:41 pm

forcefedcoyote wrote:Thanks fellas.
I ordered a circle d 2c, hope to go a little faster.


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You having TSS install it? I'll be there on the 19th having them install their super secret converter, and getting a tune for the twins.

Have you done the Trans brake yet? R8Bill has designed a nearly plug and play system that is pretty sweet. Well I shouldn't say plug and play, as you still have to cut the wires going to the computer.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby Fiveoh » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:08 pm

CB900F wrote:
forcefedcoyote wrote:Thanks fellas.
I ordered a circle d 2c, hope to go a little faster.


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You having TSS install it? I'll be there on the 19th having them install their super secret converter, and getting a tune for the twins.

Have you done the Trans brake yet? R8Bill has designed a nearly plug and play system that is pretty sweet. Well I shouldn't say plug and play, as you still have to cut the wires going to the computer.


His is definitely a clean setup that makes it easier to run everything.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:09 pm

Fiveoh wrote:
CB900F wrote:
forcefedcoyote wrote:Thanks fellas.
I ordered a circle d 2c, hope to go a little faster.


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You having TSS install it? I'll be there on the 19th having them install their super secret converter, and getting a tune for the twins.

Have you done the Trans brake yet? R8Bill has designed a nearly plug and play system that is pretty sweet. Well I shouldn't say plug and play, as you still have to cut the wires going to the computer.


His is definitely a clean setup that makes it easier to run everything.

I'll prolly get one from him and toss my home made setup.
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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby forcefedcoyote » Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:44 pm

Link to his setup? Nah, Jason rice and I will be doing the converter install.


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Re: Newbie - slow coyote

Postby CB900F » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:09 pm

forcefedcoyote wrote:Link to his setup? Nah, Jason rice and I will be doing the converter install.


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He doesn't get on the internet too much. I'll see if I can find some pics. He builds robotic equipment for a living so he likes doing that kind of stuff.
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