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Old 05-19-2012, 04:34 PM   #1
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Just got finished changing my plugs and wires on the bird, aside from the free ram air kit, i'v never messed with an ls1 before. Feels so smooth now...Im notsure what I should do next. I wanted to replace my motor mounts but from what I've read it looks like a huge pita.
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lol i just finished doing my motor mounts they were a huge PITA!!! but the satisfaction of having them done is so great. what plugs and wires did you do? i will be doing msd 8.5mm wires and ngk plugs with my TSP 1 7\8 headers tomorow
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got the ngk tr55's and some accel wires from advanced autoparts, what tools were needed for the mounts? i heard you need to drill off some rivets, would an angle grinder do the job? I have no drill:/ also did you do polys or stock mounts?
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got the ngk tr55's and some accel wires from advanced autoparts, what tools were needed for the mounts? i heard you need to drill off some rivets, would an angle grinder do the job? I have no drill:/ also did you do polys or stock mounts?
no you absolutely have to drill all the rivets out, grinder wont cut it. i did polys in the stock clamshells and pedestals. doing that part is easy. the real nightmare is installing them. i will never do that again lol
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here are what they look like stock.

here is after i cleaned them up and painted them and inserted the poly bushings



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crap...lol...thanks for the pics!, they look great..looks like il have to invest in a good drill and prybar before i try to tackle this job..
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crap...lol...thanks for the pics!, they look great..looks like il have to invest in a good drill and prybar before i try to tackle this job..
yeah deff need the drill for the rivets. and absolutely have a cpl diff sizes of pry bars that deff helped a lot
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