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I had to do this with the 427 I had a while back. Same issues, silicone fixed it.
Yeah he was jammin techno too :ack:
Was the only pushrod powered fox in a 50 car cruise last night. Only 1 other fox, and it was a coyote swap.
Well I should add that I tried to lift it in myself like you can with a t5. Definitely use a jack with these.
Man be careful doing it yourself. I did my 3550 install myself and then walked around like quasi moto for a week because my back was so jacked up,...
Sigh. This is everything I wanted to do with my coupe. Looks nice!
Still alive and well. It's being driven in a cruise this weekend, then pulled apart for paint and leak fixes.
That's a good point.
I'll gladly let you keep it ;)
Ah, I thought you had the MM cable already. My engagement point moves around, hence the need for the MM cable. Wont matter, after the cruise...
Jeeze man, you need to frame that car and hang it on the wall so it won't break anymore, hahaha.
On a serious note, could it have been something...
So there's this guy trying to make an Aussie headed 6 cylinder work, what should I tell him? :p
Good call. It's polyester-urethane. This, as opposed to hylosil products... Guess what the sil stands for?...
I'll preface this with, "I read it on the 'net." so take it how you will -
Anyway, the interwebz told me that the main cause for O2 sensor...
Not just HD, but EXTRA HD?!? Shiiiiiiiiiii....
There is a guy by me who is an engineer by day and mustang wizard by night. Basically, he builds 3D models of brackets for brake...
It'll fit right in downtown Bham.
Because one can never have too many car shirts! Money sent.