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About ATP

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  • Birthday 03/15/1985

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  • Location
    chico, ca
  • Cars
    64 F100, 64 chevelle
  • Interests
    Cars, Boats, Music, Golf, Electronics
  • Occupation
    Owner/Operator of Andrew's Tuning and Performance

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  1. I haven't been on here in a while, but its nice to see that you just keep beating the crap out of your car! Looks like you have so much fun with it, which in my opinion is what its all about! And of course I love seeing all the in car videos, for obvious reasons! Andrew
  2. Just sent out a Delrin knob shifter today. They are the same style and price as the Billet knob. You just have to tell me which you would like. I have everything in stock again, so PM or email me if you are interested. Andrew Peterson Andrew's Tuning and Performance
  3. I have had some people contact me in the last couple months about shifters. I have been out of stock on the billet knob sticks, and a couple weeks ago ran out of stock on the stock style shifter. However, I have a new shipment of sticks coming in the first of next week and will have more ready and available. I also am offering the billet knob style with a delrin knob that is identical to the billet knob. I have one of those going out next week and will take pictures and post them up for anyone interested. You can PM me, or email me at Ap67et10@gmail.com. The last few months have been insa
  4. That looks great! I like the little shifter box you made for that. Hope you enjoy it. Andrew
  5. The very first design of this shifter was a stirrup design. I ran into some complications with the design and eventually through a TON of work and prototypes ended up with what you see in the pictures. I have thousands of dollars and probably hundreds of hours in the designing, prototyping and production of my shifter. I learned a so much in the process and am very satisfied with the result, as have been those who purchased it. Thank you, I try hard to produce the best products I can. Andrew Peterson Andrew's Tuning and Performance
  6. That is my shifter that I designed and currently build and sell. It is designed for the C series transmission only. The A and B series transmission is different. I have had an idea to build a completely new style shifter for those A and B series transmissions, but have not had the time to engineer it. The A and B series would not function with a design like my C series shifter. Andrew Peterson Andrew's Tuning and Performance
  7. Yeah, Jake knows, this is just mockup. We are trying to figure out wheel and tire placement and ride height. Once we do that we will work on suspension and building the cage. But no it will not be 4 lug. Andrew
  8. So Datsun landspeed truck is progressing. We got another cab, another bed....basically another truck. We are using the frame from the original truck I bought, the cab and bed from the new truck and fenders and probably doors from the old one. And we have a hood from a completely different truck too. So far the frame was stripped and mostly cleaned so I can start building suspension and cage. Andrew
  9. Everything is a compromise. I have built and tuned multiple SR setups and one of the first ones I did had some stage 1 cams I believe..maybe stage 2 I can't remember exactly. They weren't radical, but they were noticeable. Don't get me wrong an SR with cams wakes up the engine, but every decision should come down to what your goals are with the car and what you want it to do. The SR I did with cams had an 18G turbo on it. It would start making some boost (meaning greater than 100kpa) in the 3100-3300 rpm range (this was when boost controller was set to 20psi on E85) depending on how you were d
  10. If you are happy with the power, then I'd leave it alone. changing cams adds quite a bit of cost and unless you really want to turn it up a bunch its probably not worth it. You won't really be able to speed up spool time much. The thing is that if you get above about 10-12 psi, you have to go with a bigger turbo to be efficient. However that efficiency comes from more charge flow and more charge flow is made from bigger compressor which requires a bigger turbine which requires more exhaust flow, heat and pressure. Because of this you really need to run a turbo that is kind of too big in
  11. That is along the lines of what I would expect for power on that boost level with stock cams. The stock cams do suck, but also make It much safer to push the boost a little on pump gas. How much timing did they end up putting in it to make 280hp? Don't get too caught up in numbers...everyone wants to talk hp number and in the end they mean absolutely nothing. Andrew
  12. The only thing Datsun on this truck will be the body. Absolutely nothing else... I'll post pictures soon if the racecar. I can't seem to post them on my phone. Andrew
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