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  1. Injuneer
    05-10-2016 11:04 PM - permalink

    I don't check Visitor Messages very often.
  2. Injuneer
    05-10-2016 11:02 PM - permalink
    You mentioned different wheels in your "Whhels and Tires" forum post and I replied there. I would prefer that you copy/paste your message below to that forum. I actually have several posts asking people not to post tech questions here. I guess they've slipped down so far they no longer get anyone's attention. I seldom come to Visitor Messages to check.
  3. jacksodt
    05-08-2016 03:55 PM - permalink
    Hi, my name is Darren. I own a 1997 Camaro SS. I've read a lot of your posts concerning offset and I wanted to get your opinion On a set of wheels I'm looking at. They are Corvette Centennial Cup Replica Wheels 18x9.5 with a 57mm offset. I would be looking to wrap them with a 275/35/R18 Mickey Thompson Street Comp Tire. The car is at stock height right now but planning a 1" lowering kit. In your opinion do you think these will fit without rubbing or interfering with the steering knuckle? Thanks so much in advance. -Darren
  4. Injuneer
    03-27-2016 09:14 AM - permalink
    Part 2

    Overall, it's been a good ride... travel all over the world, good money (most of the time), memorable projects, great co-workers. If I have a regret, it's wondering if I would have enjoyed it more if I had used my mechanical training in some part of the automotive field, my real passion. I actually was involved as a project engineer in the design of the first semi-commercial facility to produce the earliest automotive size catalytic converters, starting with the laboratory data, and scaling it up to commercial production methods. Somehow, "hexachloroplatinic acid" still sticks in my mind.

    In any case, I always tried to do the best I possibly could, work I could be proud of. It always led to success and a high level of personal satisfaction.

    I can tell you have your heart in it. Keep the passion. Best of luck in whatever direction your education takes you.
  5. Injuneer
    03-27-2016 08:35 AM - permalink
    If your heart is in it, that's all that matters. For me it was a roller coaster ride. Graduated in the top 5% of my class, went with Exxon, lots of additional training from them, international travel, etc. but somehow the glow wore off and I left, working for the large international engineering contractors.

    Engineering/construction field was volatile.... employment opportunities rose and fell with the economy. Relocated to Houston, when my employer closed their NJ office. Spent 10 years there - manager of program controls; manager of design engineering (300 person department including architectural, electrical, civil, structural, piping design and layout, vessel and exchanger mechanical).

    Great job, but crossed the wrong person, someone politically motivated to become president of the company (he eventually did), and I think he saw me as a competitor, and made my job miserable.

    Relocated to California, the back to NJ through several jobs.

    End of part 1.
  6. TheBlur
    03-26-2016 10:25 PM - permalink
    I'm still young and though I was a good soldier...I had a retired colonel tell me he could tell I was an intelligent smart-ass. I didn't understand as I was very respectful however I get it. I'm sure you're the same way. Just the way it is, we grow up some-time yet again...I was trying to impress you. I really respect what you have done and where you are in life. Aiming to be there myself soon enough. Underdog story I suppose yet I'm doing the best I can. It's tough. Father became a professor at 20, grew up poor and made it. My turn and the pressure is on. The journey is never easy yet I can only imagine what you went through to make it. Take care Sir.
  7. Fatdog2
    12-18-2015 12:45 AM - permalink
    Got it.Thanks.
  8. Injuneer
    12-03-2015 11:13 AM - permalink
    The spot to the left of the text is the "Avatar". Click on "UserCP" and "Edit Avatar" is one of the options in the dropdown. You can either insert a link (URL) to a pic on another website, or upload the image from your PC. Note that the avatar photo size is limited to either 100 x 100 pixels, or 7.0 KB, whichever is smaller. If your photo exceeds those limits, the system won't accept it. You generally have to use a program like Photoshop to crop, resize and compress the file.
  9. Fatdog2
    12-02-2015 11:48 PM - permalink
    Hi Injuneer.I'm Jim and I have a picture of my car I would like to show under my Fatdog name,on the left of each post like GaryDoug and the others have.I got as far as your current profile picture but I can't seem to post it.One brick short of a load here,hope you can help.Many thanks.
  10. Injuneer
    11-08-2015 09:00 AM - permalink
    Please post your problem description in the "LT1 Based Engine Tech" forum. That way you will get help from everyone, not just from me. There are repeated notices asking people not to post tech questions in my "Visitor Messages".


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    Certified senior citizen.....:o)
    Hell was full so they sent me to NJ
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    94 Formula A3+1: 381ci all-forged stroker - Callies Stealth, Oliver 5.85 billet rods, BME nitrous pistons / CNC LT4 heads / Comp Cams custom solid roller / TH400 + GearVendors OD / Strange 12-bolt - 4.11's / 300-shot N2O / Spohn suspension / 6-pt roll bar with integrated SFC's / AutoMeter instrumentation / MoTeC M48Pro engine management system / a few other odds 'n ends. 800HP/800LB-FT at the flywheel.


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