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What did you do with your Trans Am today?

This is a discussion on What did you do with your Trans Am today? within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; I fixed my headlight motor jackhammer noise problem with the quick fix flippage 180. (sounds like a skateboard trick lol)...

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    I fixed my headlight motor jackhammer noise problem with the quick fix flippage 180. (sounds like a skateboard trick lol)

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    drove in the rain.... got damn squirrelly

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    Went for a cruise, discovered what appears to be axle bearing noise. Less than a year old too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    Hmmm. Maybe there is a little more in my car yet. What RPM do you launch at?
    3200 RPM. Im gonna pull the seats out, remove the powersteering, and mess with the tuning and go back and try for an 11.9x on race gas. I definitly think its possible.

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    moved mine outa the garage as the house was on fire

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    Quote Originally Posted by suede View Post
    moved mine outa the garage as the house was on fire
    What?! Everybody ok?


    Pulled the axles so I can replace the bearings after 6 months of use....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight View Post
    What?! Everybody ok?


    Pulled the axles so I can replace the bearings after 6 months of use....
    That really sucks, did you contact Moser and tell them about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpop98ws6 View Post
    That really sucks, did you contact Moser and tell them about it?
    No, figured it really wouldn't do any good. Maybe I'm wrong, but I figured they'd put it off on bad installation, improper usage, ect., - what most big companies do to avoid handling problems. I'm sure Bob @ Brute would try to help, but I don't blame him. I really don't want a replacement from Moser either, as I don't feel like doing this again next year. Figured I'll pick up a set at the local Napa.

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    Yeah they prob would try to blame it on something, would be more of a headache than what its worth.

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    That's what I figured. If it was the carrier or something more serious, I would go after them.

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    Drove it in the rain to work this morning. I was damn scared after what happened in the rain last time. Although the new 245's are so much better up front than the 275's. Kept the 275's in the back though.

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    well the fireplace had a wood header right above it and over the years it has gotten hot, then yesterday it finally torched up, all is well now, we had 4 firetrucks, 2 ambulances, 2 fire cheifs, and 2 traffic controllers, they tore out some sheetrock outa the garage side and ripped a 4x2ft hole in the mantle of the fireplace to get at it all

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    Glad to hear everyone is ok.

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    Gave it a bath (bubble), polished up the interior, took it for a ride to "clean it out", stayed over the g/f's house. Very nervous about parking my car in her apartment complex due to all the "furriner's" that live there and TRY to drive/park their "ox carts".

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    Brought it home from the track without running it due to the stupid snowstorm we ended up having on Saturday.



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    Crawled under her today and greased every bushing I could find.
    Then I pulled the differential cover and fixed a leaking gasket.
    Filler her up with 75/90 AMSOIL gear lube.
    Now she runs quiet as a church mouse with only the exhaust note.... Heaven..
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    Nuthin just went to the storage to start it up,let her run for about 35-45 minutes she mostly wont see any part of the winter but i will make sure i keep the fluids up to par during the upcoming cold season,im gonna miss her LoL!

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    If you're not going to actually drive the car for about an hour or so, you're better off not even starting it up at all. Letting it idle for a half hour won't get the engine oil hot enough to burn off the water vapor that will condense in the pan. It's better to let it sit for a while until you are ready to take it out for a longer ride so that All the fluids are brought up to operating temperature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    Brought it home from the track without running it due to the stupid snowstorm we ended up having on Saturday.


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    You look serious about it, though.

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    I try. Started running our car back in '09 at the track and am totally hooked.

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