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Old 04-02-2007, 12:46 AM   #11
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I would definatly sand and shoot some paint on your floor boards they look a little rusty.. might as well when ya got all the stuff out of there. Anyways I like the bonne'* exhaust tone.
my dad has a paint kit for our air compressor, and we are going to (or plan to) paint the inside black to match the carpet and interior trim
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you know about thirdgen.org right?
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you know about thirdgen.org right?
yep. that and the local club of rivercityf-bodies.com
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POR-15 the floor. Make sure you get rid of the rust and what not, then POR-15 it to last forever.

No LS1 huh.

Lt1 is ok, with some LT4 parts and what not, they can be pretty commendable.

EDIT: some suspension work can make those things handle pretty damn good as well. You can surprise a lot of people with them.
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POR-15 the floor. Make sure you get rid of the rust and what not, then POR-15 it to last forever.

No LS1 huh.

Lt1 is ok, with some LT4 parts and what not, they can be pretty commendable.

EDIT: some suspension work can make those things handle pretty damn good as well. You can surprise a lot of people with them.
if i could, i would drop the 6.0 LS series out of the new GTO. But feasablitity (sp?) for insurance, and just crusing around would be too much, plus the cost of the actually motor. I also need something that will bolt up to my 700 R4
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