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  • About flintwrench69
    Mt Morris, Michigan
    auto technician
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    2000 SS M6 just a few bolt ons
    06 Chevy 1500 the sled hauler
    99 GTP SOLD
    07 GTI M6 Daily Driver


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 07:27 PM
  • Join Date: 05-19-2008


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  1. 98ls1/87vortectpi
    03-09-2014 10:50 PM
    hey, i saw your post about the broken yella terra rocker arm.. just had the same thing happen to me and i was curious where you got the single pair of arms, thanks!
  2. 03-23-2011 07:31 PM
    yo are the 215s still avaivable or are they long gone?
  3. NOS LS1
    02-19-2011 10:49 PM
    You need to talk to Eric or Jason over at MWC regarding your Lower control arm & Torque arm Bolt locations. This Depends on the H.P. Level you are at.

    You will also need to purchase there Adjustable Lower control arms to do this.
    If your car is lowered you will also need there adjustable Panhard bar if you use lowered rear springs. They advised me not to Run lower rear springs for a better Launch.

    I purchased Drag Bags (Air Lift Kit) from Jegs that go inside my rear springs.
    Strano also makes them.

    You connect a 1/4" Nylon air hose & inflate them to 5 psi.
    I Decided not to use the supplied (T) Fitting so i can run a little more pressure on the Right rear Spring side of the car to Help Launch the car Straight. No more wheel hop.
  4. flintwrench69
    08-30-2009 03:51 PM
    Before I went with the tick m/c, I had problems shifting at higher rpms, it felt like a wall was there. Thats one of the reasons I replaced everything in the clutch system(clutch, drill mod, new slave). That tick m/c seemed to take care of that problem, others have said this as well, even corvette owners. I like the combo, although I have heard that after a while, the LS7 clutch will not grab as good on a modded car. I do highly recommend the tick unit. Shifts every time now.
  5. 2002 SS HUGG
    08-30-2009 01:09 AM
    Hey, I was reasearching the combination of an LS7 clutch with the Tick Performance Master Cylinder and saw that you did this. I'm curious to how much you like this combo, it's reliability, engagement, release at high rpms and anything else you could tell me? I'd like to do this combo instead of a $1700 kit from McLeod. lol Any help you could give me would be very appreciated. Thanks. -Matt

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