Type: Posts; User: ZG86
I need one of these pretty badly too :thumbup: group buy? :D
That's what I've heard. I'll hopefully be switching over to a PAG kit eventually :thumbup:
CTS gt2871r kit. I'd ask them but they never get back to me.
I'll have to send him a message. I don't know why I didn't think about that.
Anybody know if there is a kit out there for the coolant supply and return lines? I'd rather not have to piece it all together :wave:
Awesome thanks for the help :thumbup:
Thanks man! :beer::thumbup:
And im guessing the hole on the back of the block is for the coolant feed??
Im telling you man just get any silicone inlet pipe and stretch the sh1t out of it. Worked for me for several years with no problems :thumbup:
That's good to hear buddy. Hopefully i'll see you out at some meets this summer :beer:
Long time man.. still wrapping cars?
Awesome thanks man that helped big time.
Kinda stumped on where this line goes.. its been two years since I pulled the motor and I'm without a bentley so I figured Id ask in here.
I noticed a lot of people that go BT dont even have...
That's what was required with my GIAC software back in the day. Not sure exactly how necessary it was :screwy:
Using a banjo bolt right? I noticed a lot of guys with custom setups don't even have this line running along the side so i'm curious as to what they are doing with it.
I dont have time to wipe my ass let alone work on this thing anymore. Small updates.
It's finally starting to look like a car again after two long years.
I had a eurojet inlet with a tt 3" MAF. Just heat it up with a heat gun and work it till it fits in there... takes quite a bit of effort but its not too bad.
It's the little things :thumbup:
this cant be real. are we being trolled? :sly: