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We can set it up so it auto deploys when you have to lay on the horn. lol
I'm just waiting for Mike to come to the realization that he NEEDS the right front fender to be on the end of an actuator
Find out if she can make smamichez before you marry her.
May as well just hang them up and tell everyone it's art. :shrug:
No idea. The dude built it "Road Warrior" style then sold it a few months later. Since the thread was bouncing from stock rebuild to the Arcane...
It's beyond all of our means! :lol:
Cost aside, it requires patience, persistence, and know-how, that few people possess all in one spot.
This is my opportunity to request no-chit, real first impressions of the NVH after a swap... Wait, never mind:
I saw a dog, snow, some girl's...
This guy is even older than me. He knooooooooows.... :ninja:
I saw where the one you posted was transparent but I missed seeing anything that said it needed to be. The stuff I posted is the color of aluminum.
I'm not sure that I fully understand your description. I've always done it one way:
Find the flat spot for each valve, tighten until I feel drag...
You may be right. What little I found after I saw your post suggests that they're still bantering about it. I do recall that there were Marines...
Did you read the article?
I used no gasket spray.
That was from http://www.vacmotorsports.com/articlesDetail.php?recordID=25
Yeah... Nobody really wants to create 'more' gremlins. O_o
I'll just leave this here:
Nope... but I know someone who's stared for some time, at every seam on a Fox Body. @RacEoHolic330
I just replaced the single Walbro pump in one of my vehicles. 230,000 miles.
I've got the MLS gaskets on mine. Not near as much prep. The rest is in here:
Buy a 3 valve and go Kenne Bell. We're pretty much over 'roots' blowers. :D