It only took 20 seconds. HahaThat's awesome, I was thinking of doing some light painting myself but haven't found the time.
Man, I totally would except I've been stuck out of state and traveling for some time. I'm actually in Chattanooga right now. Anyways, I've just been away too much and I haven't had the time to go and buy a light bar to do the photos. But it's OK, yours are great.It only took 20 seconds. Haha
But seriously you should. I will have my gear and will be in LA Nov 1-9 if you want to meet up for a shoot. I will be at Sema during the week but either way hit me up.
It was nice meeting you out there and talking cars. Thanks for the pic man and yeah the 11.5 wasn't bad for first pass with those conditions.Well done -- those wheels really set it off!
Congrats again on the 11.5, especially considering how horrendous the prep (or lack thereof) was and DA was ~2800'. I'm considering hitting up the MXA guys that I'm acquaintances with (they sponser the TnT) to see if I can reserve a lane at a future event and pay to have it prep'd. Basically like a half-rental I guess; otherwise it's back to Darlington..
The LS3 project looks absolutely badass! The twin 58's should light up quickly. I have a new LS3 project of my own -- currently trying to find a way to shoehorn a 7675 in here:
Thanks man. I haven't weighed my BC Forged but they are very light. If you are interested let me know and I can get you hooked up with Dan over there and he'll take care of you.Nice rides man. I need to decide on a pair of rear wheels to put my drag tires on.
Thanks man. I haven't weighed my BC Forged but they are very light. If you are interested let me know and I can get you hooked up with Dan over there and he'll take care of you.
I had them on the car so fast I wasn't able to weigh it but I have asked.You happen to know the weight? I was really leaning toward fitting a pair of 17s on the rear strictly for track days. Sure link me so I can talk to him. Thank you