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  • BABYJESUS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:37 PM
    Hey, I'm a new kid from Los Angeles, I'm new to forums altogether. I have a 1996 Pontiac Firebird Formula with a LT1 350 small block
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  • sezo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    sezo replied to a thread Good tires for z28? in Wheels and Tires
    So, the bigger the middle number, the thicker the tire?
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  • 35th-ANV-SS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:51 PM
    275/40R18 - 275mm is the width. 40 is the % ratio of the width for measuring the side wall height. So, .40x275 = 110mm side wall. 18 is the rim size.
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  • sezo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:15 PM
    sezo replied to a thread Good tires for z28? in Wheels and Tires
    BTW, also looking for a decent price, as i'm not rich..lol. Maybe in the range of 150 each? But not something that's cheap sh*t that'll have me replacing them within a month
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  • sezo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
    sezo replied to a thread Good tires for z28? in Wheels and Tires
    Well, i live in NYC, so originally i want strong enough tires that won't pierce..but i guess traction/handling is what i'm looking for
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  • sezo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    sezo replied to a thread Good tires for z28? in Wheels and Tires
    So, in other words, from the sizes you mentioned, the 315 will be "wider", as opposed to the 275 which are not as wide, in the front? Does this add a handling benefit? or just strictly appearance? And i'm guessing the 30 and 35 is thickness of the tire? the bigger the number, the thinner it is?...
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  • az gt eater's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:32 PM
    I got sick of fussing over them and handed them all to a fellow owner in a parking lot a long time ago. Maybe you just want to replace the lugs themselves? That way, you won't have the same problem starting up next month?
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  • az gt eater's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:30 PM
    That would most likely be your antenna coaxial line. It is very short. You will need to reach up and behind it from under the passenger foot well to disconnect it. This is all if I remember correctly. I tore the whole factory stereo out a number of years back. There is an alingment pin, but it...
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  • Ed Blown Vert's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:20 PM
    Located in the Detroit area, General Motors Heritage Center (GMHC) contains more than a century‚ More...
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  • 2002ssslp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:13 PM
    Problem solved. lol
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  • Guerrillakilla13's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Guerrillakilla13 started a thread Question: squeal from engine bay in General Help
    Hey all. I have a high pitched squeal coming from the engine bay and I'm not too sure what it is. Sounds like its coming from a belt pulley.. I initially thought it was the restrictor pulley but now I'm not so sure. It only happens when the cars cold, it'll stop after awhile of driving. Do you all...
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  • Too Fast's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:00 PM
    Too Fast replied to a thread stored 06 gto in GTO
    I agree with all above, you can just start her and not worry.
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:55 PM
    Yeah that factory loctite or whatever is pretty tough hence the reason I got the one I have. I would have thought 350 ft lbs would remove it though. Either way it will be useful on other stuff.
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  • geertsen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:49 PM
    Hello everyone. I am trying to remove my factory HU in order to install an inline ipod module. The problem is, the HU will only come out about two thirds and then stops. Got my hand up behind and the main wiring harness is not long enough to allow the HU to be pulled out and disconnected. I...
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  • Decadence75's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:41 PM
    Welp, even the 350 ft lb impact wouldn't budge it either. Looks like I'll have to do it the old fashioned way. I think I'll keep the impact however for future use, it came with a nice case and 7 sockets as well.
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  • 0rion's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:35 PM
    0rion replied to a thread stored 06 gto in GTO
    same here....I just start it and then do an oil change whether it needs it or not. Last few years I'm doing good to put 2k on the car but I change the oil every spring regardless.
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  • 35th-ANV-SS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:13 PM
    35th-ANV-SS replied to a thread stored 06 gto in GTO
    I just start mine as normal. Been doing that since new the last 12 years.
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  • BreathStealer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:05 PM
    BreathStealer started a thread stored 06 gto in GTO
    I stored my 06 gto for the winter does anyone suggest anything I should do before I start her up for the summer? Example put some kind of additive say for moisture that may have built up from not running all winter. Any suggestions would be a great help.
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:30 PM
    I will be putting on toyo R888s in 275/35/18 in the front and 315/30/18 rear. Like it has already been mentioned you need tires that have close to the same aspect ratio or thickness but you can go wider and personally that is what I would do over getting some really thick tires in the rear versus...
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:35 PM
    Ls6 bare block sold. Wiseco pistons $600 shipped.
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:09 PM
    I may have to call Racetronix if Lonnie won't do it for a pump that isn't his. I emailed Lonnie and am now a waiting a response. Once I get the wiring stuff done all I need for my fuel system is the SS lines.
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  • Decadence75's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:50 AM
    Racetronix should be able to outfit you with anything you need for the setup. Lonnies Performance is another place that I know does custom pump setups.
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:23 AM
    So this is the fuel pump that should be here in the next week or so. But apparently it doesn't come with the hobbs switch or hotwire kit like I thought it did. Does anyone know where I can get those or where I can send it to have them wire those in for a plug and play double fuel pump in a 98...
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  • Decadence75's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:12 AM
    It's no biggie since I can get a full refund. At least I got a decent deal on an impact socket set while I was there and it's close to my house. One of the Kobalt reviewers said he used it for a crank bolt and it worked great and other said it takes off axle nuts with no issue as well, so it...
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  • Ed Blown Vert's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:10 AM
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:58 AM
    Damn I wish I saw your post before you bought it otherwise I would have said that my 250 ft lb air impact couldn't break the bolt loose which is why I bought the one I have now. I would think the 350 ft lb one would be able to. I use mine on a lot of things that I can to take bolt out but never to...
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  • Decadence75's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:29 AM
    Welp, that was a bust. Suppose I shouldn't have had high hopes for an HFT power tool to actually be powerful, haha. Rated at 240 ft lbs it couldn't break the crank bolt loose and just started to turn the pulley instead after a few seconds. Will probably take it back this afternoon. Lowes has a...
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  • 98TransAmWs-6's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:16 AM
    Yeah they fit no problem most guys if they are doing a naturally aspirated motor go the 243 heads route for the smaller chambers and if Forced Injection they go the 317 head route for the larger chambers. The head will work pretty well regardless though. Your compression ratio will be lower than...
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