Zildor's Taco Shack

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Zillon
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Present Rides:
2013 Terrorist :taco:
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Modzzzzz:
Redarc Towpro Elite brake controller
Desert Does It Seat Jackers on driver side front seat
Diode Dynamics SS3 Sport SAE foglights in amber
Philips Ultinon LED headlight bulbs
Icon 3-leaf progressive Add-a-leaf
3rd gen Tacoma TRDOR Bilstein shocks

2006 MINI Cooper S
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Wheels and tires:
17x7.5 Fifteen52 Podium Wheels
215/45R17 Michelin Pilot Super Sports

Suspension:
H&R Street Performance Coilovers
Ireland Engineering fixed front camber plates
Hotchkis H-sport Comp 22mm rear sway bar
Cabrio braces on front strut towers
Powerflex lower control arm bushings
Powerflex front sway bar bushings

Brakes:
R56 Cooper S front calipers, stock rear calipers
Pagid High Carbon rotors
Stoptech Street Performance pads
Stoptech Stainless lines on all 4 corners
Motul RBF600 brake fluid

Engine/drivetrain:
Cravenspeed 15% supercharger reduction pulley
NGK 6988 Plugs
DDMWorks Intake w/K&N filter
Borla S-type catback exhaust
PRW fluid-filled harmonic balancer
Vibratechnics road right side engine mount
Vibratechnics road torque link
Mishimoto radiator
Cravenspeed dipstick
Helix short shifter

Miscellaneous:
Depo projector headlights
Raceseng Contour shift knob in red satin translucent
Redlinegoods genuine leather shift and handbrake boots
50% Llumar ceramic tint


Past Rides:
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Garage: 2013 Terrorist 🌮 | 2006 :jizz: rocket
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:whocares:
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Desertbreh wrote: Thu Oct 17, 2019 3:05 pm DFD. The forum where everybody makes the same choices and then tells anybody trying to join the club that they are the stupidest motherfucker to ever walk the earth.
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razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

:thanksobama:
my name is yan but i go by igor and i live under teh stairs
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razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

Also, you accidentally posted some of your current rides in the past rides section. :notsure:
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D Griff wrote:
razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

Also, you accidentally posted some of your current rides in the past rides section. :notsure:
:lolol: :lolol:
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Zillon
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D Griff wrote:
razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

Also, you accidentally posted some of your current rides in the past rides section. :notsure:
:|
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So five FWD hatchbacks, two poverty trucks and one BroFOURX.

At least you know what you like.
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D Griff wrote:So five FWD hatchbacks, two poverty trucks and two BroFOURX.

At least you know what you like.
:dat:
Desertbreh wrote: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:40 pm My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.
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Needs moar :poorvette:
Desertbreh wrote: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:40 pm My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.
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Detroit wrote:Needs moar :poorvette:
:mahtroy:
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D Griff wrote:
razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

Also, you accidentally posted some of your current rides in the past rides section. :notsure:

I NEED A LIKE BUTTON FOR THIS
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razr390 wrote::whocares:
:lolol:
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D Griff wrote:
razr390 wrote::whocares:
:dat:

Also, you accidentally posted some of your current rides in the past rides section. :notsure:
:lolol:
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Zillon
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Added some deets on the vehicles.
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Gotta say, I love the Pooper.
Desertbreh wrote: Tue Oct 10, 2017 6:40 pm My guess would be that Chris took some time off because he has read the dialogue on this page 1,345 times and decided to spend some of his free time doing something besides beating a horse to death.
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Zillon wrote:Added some deets on the vehicles.
I must say, I do appreciate the suggestion on the Helix SSK. :mindblown: difference in shifting feelz.
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Detroit wrote:Gotta say, I love the Pooper.
:bow:
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Zillon
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Apex wrote:
Zillon wrote:Added some deets on the vehicles.
I must say, I do appreciate the suggestion on the Helix SSK. :mindblown: difference in shifting feelz.
It really makes a difference.

I've gotta do my shift bushings on the R53 next to firm up the shift action a bit.
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Zillon wrote:
Apex wrote:
I must say, I do appreciate the suggestion on the Helix SSK. :mindblown: difference in shifting feelz.
It really makes a difference.

I've gotta do my shift bushings on the R53 next to firm up the shift action a bit.
Far more of a difference than I was expecting. 5/7 for the $45.
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@Zillon how do you like the fixed camber plates with the Comp rear bar?
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Zillon
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Apex wrote:@Zillon how do you like the fixed camber plates with the Comp rear bar?
:megusta:

Ask @melon and @dgriff. :trollface:
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Zillon wrote:
Apex wrote:@Zillon how do you like the fixed camber plates with the Comp rear bar?
:megusta:

Ask @melon and @dgriff. :trollface:
:lol: :stig:

I didn't know the plates were available for R56, but now that I found them I'm interested in going with them.
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Zillon
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Apex wrote:
Zillon wrote:
:megusta:

Ask @melon and @dgriff. :trollface:
:lol: :stig:

I didn't know the plates were available for R56, but now that I found them I'm interested in going with them.
They're a good solution for a budget build and to keep NVH low.

A lot of camber plates use a solid pillowball mount that clatter over time. :nope:
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Zillon wrote:
Apex wrote:
:lol: :stig:

I didn't know the plates were available for R56, but now that I found them I'm interested in going with them.
They're a good solution for a budget build and to keep NVH low.

A lot of camber plates use a solid pillowball mount that clatter over time. :nope:
Perfect solution for next year then. :megusta:
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Dem pillow :balls: :doe:
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