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Friday, June 7, 2019

Project: KITT Approves HydroSilex

I had been researching protective coatings for vehicles in search of something more durable than wax.  HydroSilex Recharge was something that caught my eye and in all of my research kept popping back up.
From HydroSilex's Website: HydroSilex Recharge is the no limit ceramic coating suited for every surface on your car. Fully DIY, no professional installations are needed. Recharge will bond without leveling and create a smooth and shiny top ceramic layer protecting the surface against the sun, rain, dirt and other harsh elements.
HydroSilex is designed to be layered, and will last 6 to 8 months. This was the type of protection I was looking for. It was way more expensive than the waxes I have used before, but if it truly delivered the results they claimed I was game to try.


Thursday, May 30, 2019

KITT's Emergency Schematic Blueprint (ESB) Is Here!

The guys at KITT STILL ROCKS have been working hard to recreate one of the most sought after props from the series...KITT's Emergency Schematic Blueprint (ESB). Of course I had to have one, or rather KITT did, yeah that's it. KITT needed it.


Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Project: KITT Is On Twitter!


We asked what other social media we should be using and you said Twitter. 
Project: K.I.T.T. is now on Twitter!

Monday, May 6, 2019

Once More Unto The Breach...

The new fuel pump we recently installed when we replaced the new sending unit in KARR's fuel tank was defective.  It worked but it made a horrible constant high-pitched whine.  It was driving me crazy and made KARR unbearable to drive.  Even with my music cranked, the whine was persistent.  I did some troubleshooting with The Fiero Store where I bought the fuel pump as well as with my mechanic friend Troy.  The Fiero Store suggested the pump was just noisy and not actually defective.  Troy took one listen and agreed with me that it was a bad fuel pump.  I decided to go with my gut feeling and buy a new fuel pump.  I went with a Bosch, which was Troy's recommendation.

I also noticed KARR's starter had been hesitating lately and would not start on every try.  I decided to replace the starter when I replaced the fuel pump.


Saturday, May 4, 2019

Upgrading KARR's Exterior Lights To LED, Part 2

Today I continued upgrading KARR's exterior lights to LED.  As you can see, KARR is quite pleased.

Friday, April 12, 2019

Celebrating 1,100 Followers on Facebook!


Project: K.I.T.T.'s Facebook page has 1,100 followers! Thanks to everyone for your continued interest and support!

If you have not had a chance to check out the Project: K.I.T.T. page on Facebook you really should. It's a great way to stay updated, leave comments, or even ask questions about the Project. It will even notify you of new blog posts and videos.

Celebrating 700 Subscribers On YouTube!


700 people have subscribed to Project: K.I.T.T.'s YouTube channel! Thanks to everyone for your continued interest and support!

If you have not had a chance to check out the Project: K.I.T.T. channel on YouTube you really should. It's a great way to stay updated, leave comments, or even ask questions about the Project. It will even notify you of new blog posts and videos.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Upgrading KARR's Exterior Lights To LED

One of the four bulbs in the P O N T I A C of the rear taillight housing burnt out, so I figured it was the perfect time to start upgrading KARR's exterior lighting to LED.  I purchased four red 194-RHP5 LEDs and two cool white 1156-CW18-T LEDs from SuperBrightLEDs.com The red LEDs are for the P O N T I A C and the cool white are for the reverse lights.


What Fuels KARR's Rage...

After installing KARR's new digital gauges in 2017, the only one that we could not get to read properly was the fuel gauge.  Even after making the adjustments described in the installation instructions many times over the last year and a half, we just could not get the fuel gauge to reconcile with the tank.  This lead to me literally running out of gas twice (as in dead on the road) with the fuel gauge still reading more than five gallons.  I came to the conclusion that it had to be caused by the now 32-year-old fuel sending unit.  


Winter Update

This winter we started putting KITT back together.  We started by installing KITT's new rear bumper from Knight Designs.  We purchased new hardware as the original hardware from the vinyl bumper could not be reused.


Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Project: KITT Joins Instagram


We asked what other social media we should be using and you said Instagram. 
Project: K.I.T.T. is now on Instagram!

Monday, January 14, 2019

Seven Year Anniversary

We got KITT's 1983 Pontiac Trans Am body seven years ago. Here is what he looked like on January 14, 2012...

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Google+ Is Shutting Down




Google has announced the official shut down of Google+ in April 2019. With this announcement we have decided to stop posting updates on Google+. When Google+ was at its height of popularity we had well over 2,500 followers, and we have been seeing a steady decline with only a little over 1,400 remaining.

We would like to help any of you that are following us on Google+ transition to another notification media. We don't want to lose any of you! Our fans and followers are important to us!

Monday, December 3, 2018

Christmas Comes Early For KITT


FedEx dropped off a package from Knight Designs for KITT. Stay tuned for an unboxing video.



Thursday, October 4, 2018

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Happy 36th Birthday Buddy!

Knight Rider debuted on September 26, 1982 and as a result KITT was born!

KITT will always be the original smart car! Happy Birthday Buddy!


Sunday, August 19, 2018

Celebrating 800 Followers On Facebook

Project: K.I.T.T.'s Facebook page hit 800 followers! Thanks to everyone for your continued interest and support!

If you have not had a chance to check out the Project: K.I.T.T. page on Facebook you really should. It's a great way to stay updated, leave comments, or even ask questions about the Project. It will even notify you of new blog posts and videos.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Celebrating 600 Subscribers On YouTube

Project: K.I.T.T.'s YouTube channel recently hit 600 subscribers! Thanks to everyone for your continued interest and support!

If you have not had a chance to check out the Project: K.I.T.T. channel on YouTube you really should. It's a great way to stay updated, leave comments, or even ask questions about the Project. It will even notify you of new blog posts and videos.