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  1. brandons94lt1
    09-22-2010 09:23 PM - permalink
    well I appreciate the info, I'll be intouch with him soon, well my car is starting to tick me off. I have it running great, then today pulling into school it start fartn and snortn. Had to go to class, then after rehearsal I checked under the hood, everything looked good, started it up and it ran fine, while driving the angle of my steering wheel to go straight started changing, well I thought right away one of the adjustment in the rearend parts must be lose. Checked, they are all tight, so now I'm chasin that too. Fantastic, I don't know what to do with this thing, lots of cash on the parts, maybe I need to sell it and start over, and do it all myself. Take the xfactor out of the equation. I'm disguisted to say the least. Ttyl
  2. km9v
    09-21-2010 09:59 AM - permalink
    I would check the typical auto part stores first. I think Abel Fastener carries or can make just about any hose you need. They're on Washington Blvd. If you're in south county, you can try Howard's auto on Gulfway.
  3. brandons94lt1
    09-20-2010 02:05 PM - permalink
    Man I hope all the crap that I had going on here didn't ruin your weekend. I had mine ruined from lack of parts availability. Eric has the flu, and he gave it to me, so I missed school today cause I'm hackin up a lung. That sucks cause they only allow u to miss 4 days in a semester, after that u get failed. So anyhow I just wanted to appologize that I didn't have this 3 ring circus running a tighter ship, and that everything went to hell. Were u able to find out anything about the vacuum lines?? It's looking like either cheap parts house crap, or the silicone set that I've been warned to stay away from.

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    Married, father of 2, step-father of 2, grandfather of 4
    E. Texas Gulf Coast...a.k.a. the 3rd Coast
    My 2 Z28s, updating my home.
    Locomotive Electrician
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    1994 Z28 Red, hardtop, 4L60E, LT1 with Stage 1 ported stock heads, cc305 114 LSA, 1.6 rr, beehives, Pacesetter LTs, LS1 front brakes, Ultra Z hood/air box/spoiler, Kenny Brown Double Diamond SFCs. 102.41 mph/13.74 ET in 1/4 mile, dyno @ 305 rwhp/321 lb/ft rwtq.
    1994 Z28 Arctic White, T-tops, dormant donor.


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