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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Today, 04:05 AM
    Running R1 Concepts slotted rotors on our car and Hawk HPS pads. Made a huge difference in stopping power. After 3 years, the rotors still look great too.
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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Today, 04:02 AM
    Totally agree. I never really looked to see if there would be another mounting option, but no reason that a narrow round bump stop wouldn't do the trick.
    4 replies | 74 view(s)
  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Today, 03:59 AM
    pajeff02 replied to a thread Help: Right spark plug in General Help
    Couple of tips for future reference -- remove the coil packs, pop the plastic pins up that secure the cowl seal, use a 1-1/2" extension on your ratchet, and go at number 8 from under the car.
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  • Srock's Avatar
    Today, 12:40 AM
    Srock replied to a thread Help: Right spark plug in General Help
    Thanks for that info. Glad I don't have to change the seven and eight plugs, they are a pain to reach
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    Today, 12:37 AM
    Srock replied to a thread Help: Right spark plug in General Help
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  • Double0me's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:20 PM
    I will mount a different bump stop for safety later. I have plenty of room now and feel better about the added clearance. They would have fit without all the work but I liked the added peace of mind.
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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:52 PM
    pajeff02 replied to a thread Fuel door module in GTO
    Dave - I see that you are not too far from either Beaver Springs or Carlisle. You should come join us at the track sometime! We also have a site tent on the grounds for GM Carlisle in late June.
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  • 01badbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:31 PM
    Was thinking of trying to make it this year so I can stop in and say Hi to grandma in Hanover while we are near! Will look for you guys also!!
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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:19 PM
    Wow. Lots of work to fit those. How are your roads? I know our car has utilized the bump stops from time to time. I trimmed back the mounting pad a bit and remove the bump stops whenever I install my track wheels.
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  • Ed Blown Vert's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:10 AM
    Filed under: Rumormill, Chevrolet, Coupe, Performance, Racing A report has surfaced claiming the Z06 recorded a 6:59 lap of the legendary Nurburgring, but Chevy says that figure's "not accurate."Continue reading Did the Chevy Corvette Z06 break 7 minutes at the Ring? Not likely Did the Chevy...
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  • Neil's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:25 AM
    Yea - that may be it, with the handle bar clip removed. I'll be taking in the radio out this weekend to connect the wiring harness to the parking brake sensor so it'll show movies. I'll look closer at it then. Thanks -
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  • SMWS6TA's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:13 AM
    SMWS6TA replied to a thread Help: back fire: in Firebird / WS6
    This tells me depending on how long the fuel has sat you could have bad gas or condensation. Both will cause miss fires. Simple solution would be to pour 5 gals of good gas, high octane and HEET or some similar product let sit for IIRC 15-30 mins (read directions) and run it at idle for 15-20...
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  • Crockett's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:16 AM
    Crockett replied to a thread Fuel door module in GTO
    I recently found out that GM used two different actuators, depending on the VIN. Mine came with the first version. It is dark green and the connector plugs into the front (towards the front of the car). The one I got on ebay is the 2nd version and the connector is different and plugs into the top...
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  • pajeff02's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:04 AM
    pajeff02 replied to a thread Help: back fire: in Firebird / WS6
    Let us know what you find.
    12 replies | 151 view(s)
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