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Old 04-21-2011, 07:26 PM   #1
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We know what you did with your car, truck, and shop today. We also know what you just added to your tool chest. So what are you going to do with all those shops, trucks, and tools? Tell us what parts you bought today, and what plans you have for them.

Today, I received in the mail a used L36 throttle body with MAF, TPS, and IAC valve for $10 plus shipping.

I don't even need any of that, but seeing as how a MAF sensor costs $150 new, it was spare parts that I couldn't resist.
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Great price, and having spare parts will pay for it'* self in no time.
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Great price, and having spare parts will pay for it'* self in no time.
As Justin found out firsthand with his unwanted cam, I love snatching up parts for far below retail cost.

Plus, maybe I can get this TB ported and polished. Not an L67, but hey.
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I have a ported L36 sitting on the shelf. Not much market for it. But still good practice.

I've got drawers of parts now. I think I have 6 TPS
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bought oil and napa filter started changing the oil in the yukon and the plug stripped, thats going to be fun. i think i have a oil pan from one of the bird engines though they look similar.
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I bought my summer project. A supercharger for the T/A.
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sounds like alot more fun than what im doing. i ordered a one piece felpro oil pan gasket and the other varios gaskets to change the pan and filter adapter on the yukon
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Like any other project, there will be unexpected problems, skinned knuckles and a few choice words tossed around.
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As Justin found out firsthand with his unwanted cam, I love snatching up parts for far below retail cost.

Plus, maybe I can get this TB ported and polished. Not an L67, but hey.
A ported 36 works just as well. you will need an external maf I think if you port it not 100% sure. If you send it down here I can port it for yah. If not be a cool little dress up to paint the TB to give your engine bay a bit of color.
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