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  1. LS3 advice.

    Looks like he's gone again. Maybe we'll get a 2019 update.
  2. The Bootlegger

    Wtf is that transverse mounted shock? Good job on the progress so far!
  3. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    Fix the T5. Put a few good parts in it. Fix the wheel hop issue and it'll likely never break again.
  4. I'm keeping the Camaro project hidden from my wife! Lol Should have everything.
  5. Agree whole heartedly. I tune a LOT of stuff, but this isn't one I want to touch. My guy is a wizard at it because that's all he knows. He can't spell Megasquirt but he can tune these LS like ringing a bell.
  6. 2010 Camaro SS

    Bleeding air from the new lifters. Can take weeks.
  7. 2010 Camaro SS

    Did you not see the sign?
  8. Happy Bday To...

    WOOOOO HOOOO!!!!!! Happy Birthday, old timer!
  9. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    I don't suspect the CF clutch. And in all honesty, you don't need much clutch in that thing at all. The old standby "King Cobra" clutch is all i'd go with in it. Keep a light pedal and smooth operation. No need for a max grip clutch with 250hp. As for the vibration, I am stumped. Was smooth, had no oil pressure. Replaced pump, cleaned out rags, now it vibrates. Makes no sense.
  10. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    What's strange is that I don't remember this vibration when it left my place. I mean, it wasn't balanced smooth, but it was "normal" for a 5.0. But even now, it doesn't seem THAT bad. It seems these issues all started after the oil pan removal and such. Maybe toss a red rag back down into the oil????
  11. ITSnolongerASIX 1966 Mustang

    That just figures. First time something goes wrong everyone blames the EFI. Nevermind the loose weights flying around the pressure plate! Oh no.. It's probably the mass air meter!
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