Manny @chameleontuning is a awesome guy and an amazing tuner. I have a couple of things that needs to be changed to get the numbers higher and instead of trying to feed my numbers ego he gave me a safe tune and explain to me why it was like that. He could have just blown my shit up trying but he did right by me and all his customers by doing the right thing for the cars. I appreciate him taking the time to help me. I will be back for my e85 flex fuel kit and you have a customer for life. Thanks again Manny! And thanks to my sponser @9kperformance for dealing with my butt through this process and helping me achieve my evo goals, you've helped me understand doing it right the first time is always best, you da best Anthony! I also want to thank Dread at @jw_odperformance for getting my car drivable when I first got my car. He help me a lot through my evo x start and helped really understand the 4b11 and evos in general.
Valve cover prepped, primed, painted and cleared! Came out amazing, now I'll let it cure for the next couple of days then I can buff it and polish it to give smooth and mirror finish. What do you guys think?
So my bumper always had this wicked gap between the bumper and the hood due to the fiberglass mounts bending from the weight of the bumper itself and from the crappy tow guy. So I thought what if I could mount the oem bracket to it. I managed to make it work! It wasnt a big job but I'm proud of myself for trying something that I was never good at (measuring, drilling and cutting) I also trimmed the damaged part of the lip to at least look even. Now when I install my new bumper I can mount the oem bracket to it!