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Drill Mod - Easy Way

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    Need A Print out of instructions on Drill Mod? HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by douglas View Post
    Need A Print out of instructions on Drill Mod? HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!
    http://www.installuniversity.com/ins...r_cylinder.htm

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    Just to clarify things a little (I believe I know the answer to this but there are some who appear confused on this) what model year F-bodies require the drill mod and which don't?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02z28ls1 View Post
    Just to clarify things a little (I believe I know the answer to this but there are some who appear confused on this) what model year F-bodies require the drill mod and which don't?
    All 98-02 have the restriction in the line, so all 98-02 LS1 with a 6 speed need it done to get the best shifts and instant pressure in the line when shifting fast, however, the 98-00 had a faulty slave cylinder, the 2001 and 2002 were upgraded to a better slave, but used the same master cylinder.
    Which, as we know, is where the line is drilled at in the "driil mod"

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    you'd think that the McLeod master cylinder would come with a better line...without the restriction
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    picked up a new slavecylinder for 2000 model, should i take it back and get a 01,02????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by douglas View Post
    picked up a new slavecylinder for 2000 model, should i take it back and get a 01,02????????
    If you bought it recently, you are ok. Gm now makes the updated one from 01 and 02, the same part # as the 98-00 models. So if you went to GM and said give me a slave cylinder for my 2000 model 6 speed, they would give you the updated one. In other words, they dont sell the defective part any more.

    I believe this is the new part # 15046288 - slave cylinder, actually, now this is the only part # available for all 98-02 6 speeds.
    Last edited by preston1980; 12-16-2006 at 11:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preston1980 View Post
    If you bought it recently, you are ok. Gm now makes the updated one from 01 and 02, the same part # as the 98-00 models. So if you went to GM and said give me a slave cylinder for my 2000 model 6 speed, they would give you the updated one. In other words, they dont sell the defective part any more.

    I believe this is the new part # 15046288 - slave cylinder, actually, now this is the only part # available for all 98-02 6 speeds.

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    Looking for wheel & tire sizes. Whats Best???????? LIke the ADR M sport. only comes in 9.5 all the way around. In 18.

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