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Old 09-02-2003, 04:38 PM   #251
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Yep, I look good in that car actually, it does suit me, and no I trust you are not ghey...no worries.

At least its all mine
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I know I'm beating a dead horse here....but I'm shouting out to Mr TaylorD here, I need some instructions on an airbox gut. I'm not really to pleased with the power off the line. Did you notice after the gutting some immediate kick? Or am I outta luck?

Ugh..time to get another Chiltons, I look under the hood and go I have no idea what goin on under there, and I don't like it
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post a picture of your engine we'll see if theres anything big in the way.
I cant do that to my engine cuz theres a relay center and a bug juice bottle there..
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89BonnieSE89, Have you found the battery yet?
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Do yoiu see the block! That'* a good sign if you do.
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Will this thread never die!?
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Yes the battery is located underneath the rear passenger seats.

I'm still waiting for TaylorD to shout out on the airbox gutting process for me
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Why is the battery in the back!?!?! It would be nice if you were dragging on a RWD car, but you're not, I dunno. Stuff like that does help handling when it'* balance though...
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So it can't be stolen? (Sorry just doing my part to keep the thread alive)
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Jason the battery is in the back becuase there is no engine compartment space...remember V8s are big. Also it helps in weight distribution
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