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Old 05-22-2003, 09:57 PM   #11
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I remember way back when I had a 1991 Regal GS with the 3800 Series I; I could never get to the bloody oil filter in that thing. I can't tell you how many times I had to have that thing retightened. I'm glad they fixed that problem in the Series II.
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Lol I hand tighten my oil filter when i change it
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While we are talkin about caruretors...It would be kinda cool to see a carbed series 2 */c dual 4bbl'* stickin outta the hood with a bds blower or somethin. If you wanna talk about carbs then talk to the older bonnie owners like from the 60'*. Your car would be harder than hell to put a carb onto and if you wanted to do it slap a small block into your car and somehow figure out how to put the driveshaft and rear end into the car with a tranny and everything. lotsa $$$$ and time. Just stick with your tpi and feel great that your car doesnt have any problems with you coming home everyday and popping the hood to adjust the idle and keep it from running too rich or lean and stuff. Carbs are a p.i.t.a. but the only good thing about them is the freakin power!
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