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Old 12-27-2006, 12:29 PM   #191
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With race fuel and meth spray! I wonder what you would run?
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You know I'm shooting for low 13'* or even 12'*.
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Old 12-27-2006, 12:37 PM   #193
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When are you installing a cam?
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When this cam wears down a bit more.......say two years.....or if the trani goes before then, the whole works is coming out and a SC N* is going in.
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If those screws come in, and your car moves today, I want video!!!! No music this time, i wanna hear that puppy cry out in happiness.
Ive been waiting for the mail lady for three weeks now lol
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The TB screws SHOULD be there today. They're normal mail, not UPS/Fedex. And it'* only a 5x8 padded envelope.
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You forget where I live Bill.

Nothing today....maybe by Friday.

So I'll go finish refilling my trani with fresh fluid and take a walk to vent my frustrations.
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You forget where I live Bill.

Nothing today....maybe by Friday.

So I'll go finish refilling my trani with fresh fluid and take a walk to vent my frustrations.
Is there a hardware store nearby you can take the shorter GEN III or V TB bolts to and get a bolt of the same thread pitch and diameter, but in the proper length needed, to cover until the correct units arrive?
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You forget where I live Bill.

Nothing today....maybe by Friday.

So I'll go finish refilling my trani with fresh fluid and take a walk to vent my frustrations.
Is there a hardware store nearby you can take the shorter GEN III or V TB bolts to and get a bolt of the same thread pitch and diameter, but in the proper length needed, to cover until the correct units arrive?
He'* got nothing there, Marty. And at work, he only has hex bolts. Not hex cap screws.
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Bill is right. They have to be Allen Head Cap Screws to fit down in the counterbored recess of the adapter plate.
Can't buy them here.

Oh well, it was another good clean up day today.
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