Huh… so you had a good talk with the beekeeper, I take it.
There's a crusty, old guy in the nearby town of Toledo called The Bee Man. I had him come out for a previous swarm in another tree. I talked to him quite a bit about what he was doing as it seemed somewhat dangerous to capture the bees with no bee suit or head gear. He said that when honey bees get too crowded in their nest, one of the new queens and a bunch of the hive will take off to create a new hive. Before they depart, the bees load up on honey for the trip and for the new hive. They become quite docile as their tummies are full and they have no hive to defend.Huh… so you had a good talk with the beekeeper, I take it.
Ya, it seems a bit on the low end from what I've seen on these forums. I did ask for a more conservative tune from a local shop, so that may be part of the reason for lower #'s.EcuTek tuned at 18 PSI and you're only getting 406 WHP? WTF?
Well it looks good and I'm sure they're lighter than the stock wheels...I am having a hard time deciding on wheels, so I just scrolled though about 25 pages of this thread to get some ideas.Thank you, they’re GTS flow forged wheels. Went cheap with the rims and (in my opinion) overboard with the tires.
They are 48 lbs per corner now with with rim and tire. Factory red sport wheels with Dunlop Runflat were 62 lbs.Well it looks good and I'm sure they're lighter than the stock wheels...I am having a hard time deciding on wheels, so I just scrolled though about 25 pages of this thread to get some ideas.
I have been eyeballing the sprinkle slotted set from Z1, however I’m going to wait til my brakes are close to being done before deciding. It’s also going to cost me over $2000 CAD with pads, shipping and import fees. So likely won’t happen.Nice, now grab some 2-peice rotors and shave off some more!