Took the car up to Foerst Motorwerks today… it looks like the heat-shrink fell victim to the severe heat of the TMS World Challenge headers. The wiring for the O2 sensors came in contact with itself, which explains the intermittent nature of the problem. It was SERIOUSLY a pinhole size hole in the heat-shrink.WORST. TIMING. EVER.I bought some new Bosch O2 sensors, and Matt got it all wired up and back in running order. I haven’t tried to pull those ABS fuses again to allow use of my MAX hydro-brake… I will wait until after the event on Saturday to mess with it. The car seems to be running in tip-top shape… AND – the SES light is OFF?!?!
I stumbled across my old Nokia 3650 which had a 16mb SD card in it. To my surprise… it had a slew of old photos and video on it from around 2002-2004. A fun trip down memory lane for sure.My best friend Hooman when he was working at United BMW in RoswellRandom shredded Bridgestone at GTEMy Corolla preparing to fail emissions miserablyMy car on the lift at the OLD Batlground EngineeringOne3 Creative computer upgradesMy good friend Michael at Jack in the Box after GT Live in 2004My 330i loaner car and Jason Greene’s ’64 Impala outside the old One3 studioMy Corolla feeling sleepy the night I bought itOn stage the last night I played with my old band: KatapoltNew transmission for the e46My Corolla… freshly panda’drnThe Autopower rollcage for the e46 that was promptly returned to have a full custom cage built insteadThese photos were in this order on the phone… it looks like the vinyl gets washed off at Cactus CarwashrnSuperior erecting. That’s right