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This is a discussion on T/C Control Button within the GTO forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by TLS_Addict I am just south of Corning NY. I live RIGHT on the edge of NY, as ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLS_Addict View Post
    I am just south of Corning NY. I live RIGHT on the edge of NY, as in 2.5 miles by road....lol I live about 30 minutes west of Mansfield on Rt249.
    man you are way up there lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Stall isnt a big deal.....
    Where im from i dont think there is many people who have worked on ls1 engines..im pretty sure there is good wrenchers, but still have yet to find someone that i trust with my baby!!everybody works on them damn mustangs!!

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    Sarge, Me too brother
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Jack View Post
    me too brother!!!!
    what part of Texas you from!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmolina0436 View Post
    yea..i want the damn stall..they are pretty expensive..then the labor work is probly alot also..I wish i knew how to do all the labor work for ls1 engines..that will probly save me some $$$!!!
    its suprisingly easy.....start to finish last weekend pulled my stock stall out, put wrong stall in (we think it was for an lt1) so pulled back out and put stock one back in and took about 2.5 hours....not bad for the first time....lol guess it was practice for next weekend when we put the right stall in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    its suprisingly easy.....start to finish last weekend pulled my stock stall out, put wrong stall in (we think it was for an lt1) so pulled back out and put stock one back in and took about 2.5 hours....not bad for the first time....lol guess it was practice for next weekend when we put the right stall in.
    thats good man!! but me... lol ...i cant even change the plugs on my car!!

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    sarge - you got to use an oak tree for that??? i had to help my dad do his vette w a come along over the freakin I-beam in the basement garage...lol...have about 1 foot of clearance once the engine is out of the bay to the ceiling...oak tree would have been easier

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    just throwing it out there<---- whats a good upgrade for top end HP!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmolina0436 View Post
    just throwing it out there<---- whats a good upgrade for top end HP!!
    if you don't mind refilling it you could always go with nitrous

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark21742 View Post
    if you don't mind refilling it you could always go with nitrous
    im thinking bout it but im scared of blowing the motor!! everything wrong could happen with that magic spray!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmolina0436 View Post
    im thinking bout it but im scared of blowing the motor!! everything wrong could happen with that magic spray!!
    true, if its not setup right. with the correct setup and tune you could get years of trouble free use out of though. I have a good friend using a 150 shot on his car every weekend and I think the only thing done to his bottom end is ARP connecting rod bolts. 14:1 compression with the heads he is running, cam and still perfecting the tune, but he is over 500 hp

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