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  • About kev1n
    Year & Model
    08 3lt z51 npp
    Color
    Black
    Mods
    M2W
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    WTB: 2008+ competition gray split spoke rims. PM ME!!

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  • Last Activity: 11-14-2018 07:30 PM
  • Member Since: 05-31-2008

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  1. TractionControlOff
    12-12-2012 06:19 PM
    Hi, my name is Tony Boniello. I recently launched a car meet (Cars & Coffee style) that meets once per month in Bergen County, NJ and wanted to extend the invitation to you. There’s never any pressure to attend a specific meet, but if there’s a date that we set that you can attend, we’d love to have you. We will likely resume meets in late February or March.

    If you want to drop me your e-mail address, I will add you to my e-mail list and you’ll get updates as to when and where we’ll be holding future meets, charities we work with, etc.
    I hope you can join us!

    Thanks,
    Tony
    (also, feel free to e-mail me at [email protected] for additional info)
  2. 08-19-2010 08:34 PM
    You are using way too much Zaino.

    1 oz of Z-2 or Z-5 will do a Corvette 3 times including the rims... Less is best..

    Sometimes Zaino users always tend to apply way too much Z-2
    or Z-5.... This is very common problem and will dramatically increase
    the
    drying time of Zaino... Even when using ZFX. All Zaino products are
    exremely concentrated and must be used sparingly.. Remember Less is
    Better... :-).



    Humidity and low temperatures also are killer on the drying time of Z-2
    or
    Z-5. The moisture in
    the air hinders drying time up to four times longer than normal. Sorry
    but I can't help this. The smears you are seeing was the Z-2 that you
    didn't remove. When you try to remove Z-2 when it is still wet. All
    you're accomplishing is moving it around. Kinda like reapplying it.
    Also you need to use a LARGE Bath size towel to remove Z-2. Smaller
    towels will not work efficiently. I hope you weren't using a small
    towel????


    To test if Z-2 is dry and ready to be removed. Wipe your finger on a
    hazed section of Z-2. It should immediately come off and leave a crytal
    clear finish. If it smears it is still wet. You can leave Z-2 on for
    hours or overnight if you desire. When it is not humid Z-2 will take
    anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes to dry. Depending on how heavy you
    applied it. I have applied Z-2 in the Arizona sun and it dried in about
    3 minutes. I have also applied it in 38 degree temperature and it took
    about
    2 to 3 hours to dry.
    Be patient. It's worth it.

    Different situations affect drying times.

    Z-2, Z-5 does not contain any oils and once it's dry will never ever
    look smeary or feel greasy.

    To get rid of any smears. Just wipe down the car with a damp towel. Or
    better yet just wash the car
    using Z-7. This will remove any smears. Don't use Z-6 until you wipe the
    car
    down. If
    you'd like call me and I'll help you out with more info!

    Hope this helps.
  3. chsmith112
    07-27-2009 07:42 PM
    Are you still interested in the console pieces.?
  4. 06-14-2009 12:51 PM
    I have a nav unit, if your interested
  5. 06-12-2009 01:43 PM
    Nice ride.
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