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  • Zapper2003's Avatar
    Today, 12:25 PM
    Zapper2003 replied to a thread My 1978 Firebird in Classic Muscle
    Missed that one too. A lot of people didn't stay very long either.
    89 replies | 3551 view(s)
  • jodmari's Avatar
    Today, 12:09 PM
    jodmari replied to a thread Question: plugs in General Help
    I know the stock plug was ac delco 41-985 I don't know where 41-962 came from or is it the same just new number or what gota ask on Tuesday when store opens
    2 replies | 54 view(s)
  • reedld's Avatar
    Today, 10:47 AM
    reedld replied to a thread My 1978 Firebird in Classic Muscle
    He has the blue formula.... LS1 Bird - NastyZ28.com I REALLY need to go some year...
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  • Nightstalker's Avatar
    Today, 08:35 AM
    Got cha. Thank you for the responce.
    3 replies | 38 view(s)
  • BlackSS1's Avatar
    Today, 08:04 AM
    Black leather seats power driver side, manual passenger. Used for 130K so some wear, but everything works on them. 250 pickup only Winston-Salem, NC area Rear bump stop spacers and bolts, bumps stops are not included. These are the crazy expensive ones from Hawks 109 new. 25 plus shipping ...
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  • Zapper2003's Avatar
    Today, 08:04 AM
    Zapper2003 replied to a thread My 1978 Firebird in Classic Muscle
    No I didn't. Was that the black one at the show? He left before I made my way up to the front of the show.
    89 replies | 3551 view(s)
  • az gt eater's Avatar
    Today, 08:00 AM
    Not enough posts and time on the forum.
    3 replies | 38 view(s)
  • 2002ssslp's Avatar
    Today, 07:51 AM
    2002ssslp replied to a thread Question: plugs in General Help
    I use Denso iridium myself and other people on the site like the old school copper plugs. Whatever you feel the car likes is what you should go with. I went with Iridium because I do not want to change them again any time soon. If you have a wild cam, blower of turbo then you need to play with heat...
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  • Nightstalker's Avatar
    Today, 07:44 AM
    I would love to post pics but its not letting me...any reason for that?
    3 replies | 38 view(s)
  • Nightstalker's Avatar
    Today, 07:41 AM
    Hey yall just finished installing a new set of LPP Performance headers and off road y on my 02 WS6. I was very pleased with the install. Fitment was great No beating or banging necessary. They flow great and added a great sound to my already exisiting TSP Rumbler.
    3 replies | 38 view(s)
  • SamD_Ind's Avatar
    Today, 07:18 AM
    SamD_Ind started a thread Question: GF Chips in Computer & Tuning
    Does anyone have experience with using/installing these chips in their LS1? thanks Sam 2000 Trans Am
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  • reedld's Avatar
    Today, 06:44 AM
    reedld replied to a thread My 1978 Firebird in Classic Muscle
    Zach, car looks great! Congrats on taking third! Did you get a good look at dale griffith's 76? That thing is amazing!
    89 replies | 3551 view(s)
  • Firebirdjones's Avatar
    Today, 06:28 AM
    Firebirdjones replied to a thread Garage Drip Pan in Tools
    Have that already, still don't like the mess on my floors :D I keep a bucket/mop handy for easy clean ups, but too many classic cars sitting around in there to keep up with all the time. Drip pans let me forget about it for a while. Also handy to use inside my car trailer since any oil ruins...
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  • kingls1's Avatar
    Today, 06:25 AM
    kingls1 replied to a thread Garage Drip Pan in Tools
    You should consider painting your floor UCoat It Epoxy Floor Coating | UCoat It Epoxy Floor Coating Then just a quick wipe and it's gone. Have it for going on 10yrs and had brake fluid, oil, gas, antifreeze, gear oil , beer it all cleans right up. Weld, grind all with no problems. I'm however...
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  • qwik219d9's Avatar
    Today, 04:29 AM
    is this the oil level switch? I wonder how the connecter that fits inside it's holder (bracket) is removed? like is there a tab or clip that needs to be squeezed or pryed? I don't believe there's enought wire on the connecter to splice it back together. I'd like to know how to remove this...
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  • 99RedTa6spd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:24 PM
    I wasn't aware that they made fuel pressure gauges with mechanical sending units, but to clarify the sending unit is in fact electrical, I'm simply looking to mount it discreetly under the hood as opposed to having it hang off the end of the fuel pressure port. Never saw one mounted before so I'm...
    4 replies | 56 view(s)
  • FixingJunk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:38 PM
    I found a guy on Ebay who makes rocker panels for GMC trucks out of aluminium, and they are a kit. I put em mine on in one afternoon. Looks pretty good too. Less than $100 delivered.
    28 replies | 6160 view(s)
  • jodmari's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:05 PM
    jodmari replied to a thread Help: help in General Help
    thanks for all your help,
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  • jodmari's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    jodmari started a thread Question: plugs in General Help
    I know theres a lot of talk about spark plugs in the other forum I jus like to know if the plugs my local auto part store sold me will be o.k I got them for a really good price I took out ac delco 41-985 now I have 41-962 think there a platinum performance 100,000 plug should I use them
    2 replies | 54 view(s)
  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:20 PM
    pajeff02 replied to a thread My 6 Liter Build in Internal Engine
    It's a lot less work than yanking the engine imo.
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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:19 PM
    If you are installing the fuel pressure gauge inside the car - you want one with an electrical sending unit. Do not plumb a live fuel line to the interior of your vehicle. Maybe I misunderstood you, but it sure seems like that is what you are planning.
    4 replies | 56 view(s)
  • 99RedTa6spd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:43 PM
    I realize the fuel pressure port is the easiest source to connect the sending unit, what I'm hoping to do is mount the sending unit discreetly with a line connecting it to the fuel port, basically the same as a fuel pressure gauge with a sending unit at the end of it instead of a gauge, just not...
    4 replies | 56 view(s)
  • 99RedTa6spd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:33 PM
    already tried replacing the switch.. no luck.. wish it was as simple as gunk built up on the rod but it works fine if I directly jump power to the actuator, just doesn't work when plugged in..
    2 replies | 47 view(s)
  • SMWS6TA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:13 PM
    SMWS6TA replied to a thread My 6 Liter Build in Internal Engine
    Now that's an option I didn't think of....
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  • SSnow's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:37 PM
    If you did a search back about 12-13 years ago you would see that GM did a revision on the spark gap of LS1 motors. This was about the time NGK came out with the Tr-55 iridium. The recommended gap was reduced to .040 from .060. I believe there were ignition issues that prompted it. Also the fact...
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  • az gt eater's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:28 PM
    THanks for the correction FB.
    27 replies | 697 view(s)
  • Firebirdjones's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:00 PM
    I do know the alignment specs on the 4th gen with the 17x9 wheels is "zero" toe in. Because of the wheel/tire being so wide, and having all the offset to the inside, this causes bump steer. No toe in helps this situation. I also (if need be) bring along 150 lbs. worth of dumbells to place on...
    27 replies | 697 view(s)
  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:56 PM
    pajeff02 replied to a thread My 6 Liter Build in Internal Engine
    Easier to simply hang the engine and drop the K:
    476 replies | 19920 view(s)
  • SMWS6TA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:14 AM
    SMWS6TA replied to a thread My 6 Liter Build in Internal Engine
    did that. you pretty much need to remove the bolts all the way and then turn them 3 turns back in. Otherwise it will not give enough room. Well I'm defeated....engine is getting pulled. :giveup:
    476 replies | 19920 view(s)
  • az gt eater's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    Wheel hubs are on my list to replace. Any tips on changing them, or which ones to get Firebird?
    27 replies | 697 view(s)
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