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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 changed the rear springs and getting ready to take the leaking power steering cooler off. Than flush the radiator ...

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    I changed the rear springs and getting ready to take the leaking power steering cooler off. Than flush the radiator and power steering.

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    I tightened the straps on my car cover

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    filled her up with gas $2.36per gal premium; I love college towns.

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    Went to get brake caliper bolts for the pass side i lost 2 on the driver side now the pass side is doing the same thing,driver side is fine now,i dont seem to see what the issue is i tighten the bolts tight,but somehow they work themselves loose & the funny thing is i dont get to drive my car very often,most of the time its in storage,i put on a new caliper bolt & had to tighten the top bolt because that one was semi loose,i wonder whats goin on

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    Changed my brakes for the first time since I've had it. Everything was going smoothly until I got to the slider pins. I went to take them out to re-grease them and apparently the people before me hadn't done it to two of them and they seized in there pretty good. Broke the head off one, had to drill that out. Took forever... then I had to heat the other one up and work it out. Bought new pins, greased the hell out of them and put new Akebono's on there. Had crappy Duralast (autozone) non ceramic pads in there. They were actually still in good shape because I don't use much brake (love downshifting) but I like re-doing things so I personally know what's in there. After that, gave it a nice waxing and called it a day

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    eh, id rather replace brake pads vs clutches etc

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    I took my father-in-law for a high-speed run in it to the next town over about 30 miles away to the hospital this pat weekend where after letting it set in the parking lot a couple days I then modified the rear seat with an infant carrier and brought home my first child, Mr. Asher William Storie

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    Congrats! Isn't fun trying to use a rear facing infant seat in a Firebird Pretty much makes the passenger front seat useless. But it gets better when you get to use a forward facing seat back there.

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    I guess it was kind of what I did to my Trans Am last night but I just took the tape off this morning.

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    I gutted my interior ans getting ready to take a sawzall to it.

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    Nice!

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    I have had it parked for 2 weeks,I finally got around to putting the cover on it
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    Washed it, put some dry-gas in it, filled the tank ($3.45/ gal, hi-test ), took it for a
    "sedate" criuse down the NJ TPK to 8A, back to 15W, parked it, covered it, had a brew or five waiting for the spring-time to get here so I can uncover it again.

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    I got my new shifter installed 2 days ago and we had a snow squaw. About 3 inches. I'm not waiting till Spring to play. The shifter is SWEET SWEET SWEET. For all of you who have not yet swapped out the POS factory 6-speed shifter, you're missing out on much enhanced driving pleasure.

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    finally got around to straightening out the hood where the previous owner replaced the motor with the 6.0 hood gaps look much better now and my headlight doors dont rub on the hood.
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    recently put a 8.8" rear in it... no more TQ arm... i was thinking of coil overs in the rear but said screw it...


    now today i scared the hell out of a postal worker at the post office when i started my car up...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz View Post
    recently put a 8.8" rear in it... no more TQ arm... i was thinking of coil overs in the rear but said screw it...


    now today i scared the hell out of a postal worker at the post office when i started my car up...


    You've scared them every other way, might as well do it with your car too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz View Post
    recently put a 8.8" rear in it... no more TQ arm... i was thinking of coil overs in the rear but said screw it...


    now today i scared the hell out of a postal worker at the post office when i started my car up...
    What ratio? Is it quiet?

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    With how loud Spaz's car is... you could dump a handful of nuts and bolts into the rear and he'd never hear it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    With how loud Spaz's car is... you could dump a handful of nuts and bolts into the rear and he'd never hear it!
    I've had a 9-inch Dana with detroit locker and 4.11 gears from 1999-June 2011. In June I switched to 4.56's. Both sets of gears have unacceptable noise. I had 2 sets of 4.10's in the stock GM POS rear housing and broke both sets within 200 miles each. I can tolerate the noise when I concentrate on the sound of the open elect cutouts.

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