Well, I'm actually calling it both days and here is why.
At this time, I think only your car and mine need to be up on jack stands for some of the work we're doing to them. We can only jack them up on concrete (The jack stands will sink into the asphalt...don't ask me how I know this) and thus we can only put one car up at a time. For the suspension stuff on your car, it really needs to be on jack stands and since I'm physically removing my front dampers I have to have it on jack stands. So we will only be putting one car up in the air at a time.
For my car, the fuel pump, fuel rail and charge pipes can all be done on the ground but the cat and front springs require it to be put in the air. For your car, the trunk gadget and Venom brace can be installed on the ground but your car needs to be in the air for the backbone brace and Probeam.
Now, the trick is BOTH our cars need to have a cool exhaust to work on them since we're going to be working around the exhaust on both. Mine will start cold since I'm already at home and won't need to drive it there. Yours will be hot as hell coming in from Elsinore.
Ergo, my plan may be to do my springs and cat while we do the trunk thing and Venom brace on your car then switch them out and do the Probeam and backbone on yours while doing the rail and pump on mine.
HOWEVER...the problem with this plan is I have NO idea how long it's going to take me to do those projects on my car. The cat could have complications necessitating it staying up on stands longer than expected (if the bolts holding it to the turbo become pain in the azzes and seize or break) and I don't know how long it will take to get the springs on and set properly (ride height is going to be the fun one here with the softer springs). Thus your mods would be delayed possibly until Sunday which I don't want to make you stay the night.
SO, my plan is to get your car in the garage first, get it up in the air, do the trunk and Venom brace while the exhaust cools (with the help of maybe a fan or two) and then tackle the Probeam and Backbone. Get that all done, then do my car. If there is a major problem with my car though, I'm going to have to make an emergency run to the dealer (or order parts ahead of time) and my car may be up on the stands overnight...which is fine since, well, I live there and will be staying there ANYWAY. LOL Then the project can conclude the following day.
So really, the mod day would be the 3rd AND 4th quite possibly. The 3rd would probably be more hectic and full while the 4th is more the Plan B day if things go wrong or take longer than expected on the 3rd.
Plan B...ALWAYS have a Plan B...LOL
Last edited by Robotech; 08-09-2016 at 04:21 PM.