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Scary ride! :eek:
The quick 'chute deployment saved him but I'm thinking there's probably a bit of suspension damage from hitting the wrong...
It's a good thing the second guy coming through the door fell and scrambled instead of shooting.
Maybe he wasn't armed but I don't think...
This article claims 93 octane.
Chevy ZZ632 is a 1,000-hp example of 'no replacement for displacement' (yahoo.com)
Only BP and the airport sells...
The link is also in the Electrical Stickies.
It's an "Off-Road" motor and the mods required to install it in a production shell would be astronomically expensive if it has to meet...
Overcharging is what I thought of too.
Sulphuric acid fumes from the battery create copper sulfate. (the blue stuff)
Well now... Ain't that a friggin' beast of an engine? :eek:
It would take a lot of suspension and other drivetrain upgrades to put that...
Windshield replacement shops use the good stuff.
I would call around and take the car to one of them to have it done.
Remove some insulation around the seat belt mount so the original bolts are long enough.
Just an idea.
If you can find a donor door... I believe the interior panel and hinge portion can be swapped without much effort. (71-78 should be a match for...
Welcome to NastyZ! :D
Post some pics when you get it home.
I had original trim powder coated satin black for my car. (Front, rear and drip rails.)
It has held up extremely well for over 25 years with only...
14:1 CR! :eek:
No room for boost but I don’t think you’ll need it if it’s gonna crank out 4 digit HP. :cool:
What are you planning for a...
If the tail housing length is different, you will need to replace or modify the output shaft to match.
Did you find the trim piece after if flew off?
I don’t know any reason you can’t add a couple of extra studs & clips.
The inside edge of the...
You do have the plug wires all routed correctly… Right?
I haven't done the swap from power to manual brakes myself.
I'm sure someone who has done this will chime in, eventually.
I believe the brake pedal is the same.
You just need to put the push rod in the upper brake pedal arm hole to get more leverage for manual brakes.
I used ARP bolts for most of the brackets (13 years ago) and they all cracked loose with no issues when I disassembled them a few months ago.