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    http://www.wallaceracing.com/calc-gear-tire-rpm-mph.php On the gear calculator chart, plug in 75 mph, your tire diameter, and the RPM you want to be at 75 MPH. Take the result and divide it by 1.78 (your second gear ratio) and the answer will be the rear gear ratio to accomplish your goal. As an example, if you use 75 MPH, a 26" tire, and 7100 RPM, the result is 7.33. Divide 7.33 by 1.78 and the rear gear would be 4.12. Play around with the numbers until you find the speed, tire size, and RPM you can live with.
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    Need some help activating your radio? You've come to the right place. Below are a few tips that should help get you up and running in no time. What's a Radio ID and where can I find it? Each satellite radio has its very own ID number. You’ll need this number to register your radio in your name and set it up on your account. There are 2 ways to find your Radio ID (also called an ESN or SID). For most radios, the radio ID will be displayed by tuning to channel 0. If it’s not, you can use the “Menu” function of your radio to display it. Need More Help: Find your radio ID Some radios have logos that help identify the type of radio: Sirius Radios: XM and SiriusXM Radios: Where do I find my Username & Password? You'll need your username and password to set up your account online. We've tried to make it easy by including your username in your welcome kit. If you don't have that handy just click on what you need below and we'll send it right over to you. Send me my username. Or, send me my password. Side Note: If you bought a car and are on a trial subscription, you don't need a username and password to sign up. All you need is the Radio ID and your zip code to get started. How can I get a radio signal? This is the exciting part. We need to send out a signal in order to "activate" your radio. Once your radio is activated, you'll be able to see all your channels and start listening. Just remember to have your Radio ID (ESN or SID) with you. Send a signal now & start listening Let's get this party started. Just turn your radio on with the antenna facing skyward and tune to channel 184 on a Sirius radio or channel 1 on an XM radio. (If your radio is in your vehicle, please make sure it isn't in the garage.) Once you're ready, press the button below and service should be activated within 15 minutes. If the signal didn't seem to take, you can go ahead and request it again. Send Activation Signal Send a signal later Activate by Web You can request the signal anytime, online. Visit www.siriusxm.com/refresh to have the signal sent at a time that works better for you. Call the automated activation hotline If you'd rather request the signal by phone, call 1-866-635-8634 and follow the automated instruction. View instructions I Have a Trial in My Vehicle Learn about My Trial Get My Username and Password to Listen Online My trial is ending. I Want to Subscribe Transfer a Subscription to a New Vehicle Compare Packages I'm New Here What is SiriusXM How Much Does It Cost? Try SiriusXM for Free Shop for Subscriptions | Radios Does My Car Already Have SiriusXM? I’m a Subscriber Manage My Account | Make a Payment Upgrade to All Access Create a Customized Channel Guide Get My Username and Password to Listen Online Register My Account Other Helpful Links Program Schedules Live Sports Schedules Channel Lineup Refresh My Radio Help & Support Center About SiriusXM Corporate Info Newsroom | Investor Relations Careers & Diversity Advertise with Us Become an Affiliate More SiriusXM Latino Canada Infotainment: Traffic, Weather & More For Boats | For Planes For Business SiriusXM
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    For anyone who thinks the cabin air filter does nothing. . .
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    Who's going to San Diego this weekend? And is anyone meeting on the west side?
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    ON TO THE NEXT ONES.......PENS ROCK.
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    Thanks HOXXOH for setting this up. A few pics of vettes in parking lot. (I did not get a chance to take pics inside, if someone did please post) ACE lunch at Slick's Garage
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    I've not attempted a video before, so I put the '64 out in the driveway and shot it. I think I've finally got everything sorted out, after two long years of tinkering and fighting after the rebuild was "finished".
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    First off, I'm thankful for the concern they will have enough food to fill me up. As for the east siders', let's meet at El Polo Loco as usual at Arizona Mills at 10:00 and depart by 10:10. I would never go over the posted speed limit as that is illegal ya know!
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    There are enough old guys around this place who get annual prostate exams, you might wanna be careful with that finger offer. Someone is libel to back into it while you aren't looking just to save money on their insurance co-pay
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    Glad to hear that, since surgery can still be a back-up plan if necessary.
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    Ran across this super deal if anyone is in the market or can use this size tire. Talk to Rob at Drew Bothers Customs in Chandler. 480-785-2345 He supplies tires for Bondurant racing. They recently switched to the Hellcat so he has like 12 of these tires left that he cant use. They retail for over 300+ each and he is letting them go for 100.00 each. They all have 2015 + dates codes on them so they are not that old. I picked up two of them for the rear of my Mercedes and they are brand new with the stickers still on them. They had two of the Bondurant Hellcats in the garage while I was there. Tried to get a test drive but was a no go lol! He also had some new truck tires for sale but I am not sure of the size because I wasn't interested in those. I told him I would ask around the corvette community if anyone could use these. https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/wto/6087159647.html
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    You have a good neighbor, NEVER let anything sour that relationship
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    SWEET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! JUST BRING IT AND THE KEY AND YOU CAN GO HOME AND SLEEP.. I PROMISE IT WON'T GET DRIVEN....... VERY MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Welcome to from Peoria!
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    Welcome to ACE from Avondale. C'mon out to the weenie roast this Sat morning. Look in the ACE events thread.
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    Nice ride and Welcome!
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    Welcome Jim Looks like Tuscany falls in PC? I like the color of top. Other than black. SLAMMER😎
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    Definitely not a built or hot rod car. Pretty much stock so I will lean towards a stock looking one. Thanks.
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    I'm kinda new to ACE so I'll give this picture loading thingy a try.
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    Maybe you can modify a wine cask for duty,I’m sure you can find one lying around LOL
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    Okay, yes it's actually pretty cool. I like the dark grey and the seat color goes well with it. I would need chrome wheels though. Congrats on the new sled. Did you trade in the C5? I overheard you talk about selling it at C&C.
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    I like the car, but sure miss those chrome wheels. I'm guessing someone was already messing with the painted ones, since the center emblem is not in the factory position. Gotta get that fixed before the car show police notice.
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    Not for that money. You can get them new for a lot less or used for even lower bucks. The install can be done in your garage and can take as little as 3 hours if you're skillful or all day if not. You can also buy a handheld tuner that will suit your purpose for about the same price as a dyno tune by a professional. The ability to self tune allows you to change things without the need to go back to the pro. I only mention this because I assume you won't be racing.
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    Thought I'd share Grape's before and after sound clips I made. Not sure which one I like yet but the new sound will be on for while.