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getting ready to do a lot of work

This is a discussion on getting ready to do a lot of work within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; im excited too and its not even my car...

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    im excited too and its not even my car

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    Quote Originally Posted by 94ss06gxp View Post
    im excited too and its not even my car
    stall is going to wait for a little bit..till march

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    Good luck with it!!!

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    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    so i got a big refund check from uncle sam...

    so i am getting a yank ss4000, koni SA, strano lowering springs and rims.

    well i plan on doing the install myself with some help.

    i was wondering..would it just be easier for the shock/spring and stall install if i just drop the whole front assembly with the transmission ...or should i break it up and do it with dropping the trans only, and doing the shock/springs with the front assembly still in the car ?


    also if anyone in michigan wants to help..i will pay for food and beer


    Okay I have to ask... What gears are you running? Do you have a cam ?? That is alot of stall for factory.. Heck even if your just geared that is alot of stall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shady milkman View Post
    so i got a big refund check from uncle sam...

    so i am getting a yank ss4000, koni SA, strano lowering springs and rims.

    well i plan on doing the install myself with some help.

    i was wondering..would it just be easier for the shock/spring and stall install if i just drop the whole front assembly with the transmission ...or should i break it up and do it with dropping the trans only, and doing the shock/springs with the front assembly still in the car ?


    also if anyone in michigan wants to help..i will pay for food and beer

    I'd come help but i dont think im in any position to do that. Have fun. Take some pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    Okay I have to ask... What gears are you running? Do you have a cam ?? That is alot of stall for factory.. Heck even if your just geared that is alot of stall.
    i sorry i should have clarified. i am looking at the 3800-4000 range ...i will be calling yank here in a little bit to see. i am a bolt on car, and will be staying N/A ..and full weight ...and eventually will run 3.73s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z28Thunder View Post
    Okay I have to ask... What gears are you running? Do you have a cam ?? That is alot of stall for factory.. Heck even if your just geared that is alot of stall.
    I was a lid & CB car only running 3.23's and a SS3600 and it was fine..... The only real downside is takes a little more pedal to get rolling and the mpg hit...

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