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  1. Don't spray brake clean!!! Just go get them hot. Do a few repeated high speed stops but not panic. 90-30 4/5 times in a row.
  2. It was in full performante trim. I think adding 580lb to the front, and I forget what the massive wing does. Mike
  3. It was crazy to hear that car spin the tires in every gear. Just imagine what would have happened with traction! Mike
  4. It was a good event the last time I was in Marion. You bringing both cars, or just the white one? Mike
  5. Picking up 9 MPH will be a lot... But I sure would be happy with that!
  6. This means it will go 240++... LOL Looking forward to a good weekend. Always fun to get back behind the wheel of the Gallardo. Mike
  7. Let's see... amazing color Amazing build ... Custom lowering ... Color matched calipers ... Backed out badges ... Must be Underground Racing. Great work guys, as always.
  8. svoshop

    New toy

    Epic. Huge congrats and much future success. Mike
  9. I have no first hand with Lamborghini center lock wheels. However, I do with Porsche. I have had zero issues with any Porsche center lock wheel. I personally have proper torque wrench to remove and torque them to the required 450 ft lbs. I never once had a wheel that needed a re-torque. The lock tight makes me wonder what the deal is. On the Porsche cars, there is an anti-seize past that we applied. I can not think of the name, but it was made by Castrol. It was the only product that we were instructed to put on the locking threads. All I can think is that there is a heat related issues and lock tight is the only option. I have no first hand knowledge if lock tight is used in the racing world or not. I also read the part about 8 cars?? Mike
  10. I can not speak to the quality of that company. However, the setup looks just like mine. Mine also came with the ability to roll around. Let me tell you, that is not something I will EVER EVER do. I started life with mine not being anchored down. The movement that I saw scared the hell out of me. Was it safe, most likely... Was it something that I lost sleep over until I anchored them down... YES. Do not go into this thinking you will be rolling your lift setup around. It simply will not happen. I also will tell you, that you need to anchor them. There are too many moving parts, too many things that can pivot and cause weight transfer... Again, this is just my opinion. However, I would strongly take that into consideration. Mike
  11. I do not have much more on my phone, but these should help. It works out fine. Of course, it is a little tight. You need to pay attention to mirrors etc when backing in. But it was the only way I could fit the obsession into my garage space Mike
  12. They are staggered. On is just in front of the other. That allowed me to have both, and for a taller car ( like my Hellcat ) I can use the lift that sits further back to allow more clearance between the auto/garage door. Mike
  13. That runway looks like it has hills and valleys. Mike
  14. I have two T*I*T*A*N ( must be a banned word, lol ) four post lifts. Rated at 7000 lbs. They are about 6 years old and I have had no issues other than an o-ring leaking on the hydraulic line one time. It was right when I had them installed, and honestly feel it was installer error. Otherwise, I have them inspected and adjusted every other year. I do not know the width, however I can measure. I can park my Aventador under one and I can open the door. Position is everything, and I have pool noodles on the lift just to be safe. But it works just fine. I have 13' ceilings, however the garage door does impede just a little. Again, feel free to reach out if I can be of any help. Mike
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