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Old 01-07-2016, 02:38 PM
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Thx LE35th.........still have people coming out after work and checking it out since started driving it lol
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Old 01-14-2016, 08:44 PM
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Broke down and bought a set of new rims.




Love the new look!





The pose says it all. 17x 9.5
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Old 01-22-2016, 03:36 PM
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Car came out great !! Congrats man .. Job well done
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Old 01-22-2016, 04:11 PM
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Thanks Blksilvr!
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Old 01-24-2016, 06:08 PM
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Awesome job on the Interior.
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Thanks WBO COTTO!
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So this where I'm at..... Got this thing out and it was a BEAR. Didn't break anything so that's a plus for my first time. New opti should be here Monday. Doing plugs, wires, water pump and thermostat while I got it here





Any ideas on how to clean this filthy mess up? It would be nice to not worry about the opti right now
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Old 02-14-2016, 09:52 AM
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Car is coming along great! I have always stayed away from spraying down my lt1. I know a lot of people do spray theirs down and have no issues afterwards, but i would try some type of cleaning agent like purple power on a rag and wipe everything external down.
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Yeah I've read that too but I got the opti and the MAF out of the way seemed like the perfect time. As you can see its filthy !
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Kudo's on the shifter plate! I had mine out, and didn't think out of the box. Next time!
OTOH, that engine, ugh. Put a big pan under it, and a pitcher of kerosene and a brush....
Have fun!
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Seriously? Kero? I just bought 5 cans of BBQ GRILL cleaner!
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Well I feel silly because I had to look up what "Smooves" meant

Nice job on that interior!
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Originally Posted by y2k_ta View Post
Well I feel silly because I had to look up what "Smooves" meant

Nice job on that interior!
Lol it's my nickname at work. I haven't ever googled it.
It's also my gym name "Smooves Torture Chamber" lol
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JB Smoove is a really funny actor/ comic.
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Old 05-28-2018, 07:57 AM
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My new hood and new paint! Finally ready for engine work!
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$100 out of a 99 Silverado

Low oil pressure was the only problem

Some goodies along with FI Tech intake


She's ready to go in
I will be putting it in maybe next week or week after. Once my mechanic gets an open bay
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I went with the Eagle stroker kit. Just got my accessory bracket in. Rebuilding tranny, shift kit, 3000 stall
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Very cool, 97 TA is my fav nose style. Nothing better than a cast iron block IMO to take a hell of a beating.
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