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11-30-2007 01:02 AM
jjseel Don't be so paranoid! Of course they're out to get you!
11-29-2007 11:43 PM
White93ARB So everyone is out to get me!
11-29-2007 06:56 PM
tiny terror
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There may be someone on your side, but it's not tiny. She won't be happy untill she makes you cry....
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Originally Posted by 4point View Post
There's where you're being fooled. Lock your doors and draw the curtains, hurry!

Come on fellas, it's not like I'm hiding it....



these stickers are next....



11-29-2007 06:31 PM
4point
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Originally Posted by White93ARB View Post
Thanks tiny. At least SOMEONE is on my side.
There's where you're being fooled. Lock your doors and draw the curtains, hurry!
11-29-2007 06:20 PM
Unlimited
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Originally Posted by White93ARB View Post
Thanks tiny. At least SOMEONE is on my side.
There may be someone on your side, but it's not tiny. She won't be happy untill she makes you cry....
11-29-2007 06:08 PM
White93ARB Thanks tiny. At least SOMEONE is on my side.
11-29-2007 06:08 PM
tiny terror Pointy, stop messing with the kid's minds.
11-29-2007 06:08 PM
White93ARB
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I wasn't.
They call me mentally handicapped, but thats only when they're being nice.
11-29-2007 06:04 PM
4point
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Originally Posted by White93ARB View Post
Damn I didn't know you were serious about that.
I wasn't.
11-29-2007 05:58 PM
White93ARB
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I have to give credit to my high school shop teacher for the bannana thing. He said he was selling a car and the rear end was going out, so he shoved bannanas in it to quiet it down for the sale. After that...............who knows what happened.
Damn I didn't know you were serious about that.
11-29-2007 05:23 PM
4point I have to give credit to my high school shop teacher for the bannana thing. He said he was selling a car and the rear end was going out, so he shoved bannanas in it to quiet it down for the sale. After that...............who knows what happened.
11-29-2007 12:34 AM
ruffnrdy curious about the banannas.do you use fresh yellow ones or black ones that have been on the kitchen counter for two weeks?
11-27-2007 08:40 PM
silvergoat The fingure will do.
11-27-2007 08:06 PM
White93ARB
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Stop!!!!!!!
They need a crying smily for ya.
11-27-2007 08:02 PM
silvergoat Stop!!!!!!!
11-27-2007 06:44 PM
White93ARB
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I think mabey you guys are trying to fool me into trying this.
If you don't want to do it, suit yourself.
11-27-2007 06:42 PM
4point
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I usually just dump a quart or so of sand into the oil filler, usually just sands the knock away, like magic. If that doesn't work, I usually go up in size a little and try some gravel to knock all that stuff inside loose.
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you can put sand into the intake as well to port & polish the motor, I havent tried it in the oil filler neck yet
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That's how I ported my head, and thats how I bored my motor out. Whoever says you can't is just scared of the power that it ends up making.
I think mabey you guys are trying to fool me into trying this.
11-27-2007 06:39 PM
White93ARB That's how I ported my head, and thats how I bored my motor out. Whoever says you can't is just scared of the power that it ends up making.
11-27-2007 06:36 PM
Jase
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I usually just dump a quart or so of sand into the oil filler, usually just sands the knock away, like magic. If that doesn't work, I usually go up in size a little and try some gravel to knock all that stuff inside loose.
you can put sand into the intake as well to port & polish the motor, I havent tried it in the oil filler neck yet
11-27-2007 06:30 PM
White93ARB I usually just dump a quart or so of sand into the oil filler, usually just sands the knock away, like magic. If that doesn't work, I usually go up in size a little and try some gravel to knock all that stuff inside loose.
11-27-2007 06:29 PM
4point
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Originally Posted by ruffnrdy View Post
which sticker will take the lifter knock out of a 258??
Bananas! Shove bananas in the filler neck of the valve cover. That quiet it right down.
11-27-2007 05:56 PM
1BLKJP
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which sticker will take the lifter knock out of a 258??
The ones that shows you put thicker oil in it.
11-27-2007 02:03 PM
tet1070
Just remember

Just remember to always check to make sure the canooter valve is actuating the wobble shaft properly. Also make sure that you check the blinker fluid, if it is low, it will make turning slower. If you really want to go fast=I have seen the big and pretty 20" wheels on Wranglers, that has to increase the speed considerably.
11-27-2007 01:34 PM
White93ARB I had both Jegs and Summit on mine, and your right, it was detonating. I figured maybe I'd get a smaller HKS and Greddy stickers to back the boost off a little, but it didn't help. I had to take the Summit sticker off, but I put on a NOS sticker so that should make up for the reduction in boost. Don't forget anything chrome or polished also adds power. I go by the general rule of 15 rwhp per 2 square feet of chrome. That's what it usually works out to be.
11-27-2007 01:31 PM
rpxr400 Dude, it's been proven by numerous clinical trials that Summit Racing stickers don't work on Jeeps. They're specifically for baby Broncos. JEGS stickers are for jeeps. Also, you can't just lay the Jegs sticker over the Summit one. It will advance the timing too much and it will ping. Scrape off the Summit sticker and put the Jegs one in place of it. That should work - as long as it's not touching any other stickers.
11-27-2007 01:18 PM
Triple88a
11-27-2007 08:07 AM
foxinthemudd I think that I'm gonna pick up the engine oil bypass kit so I don't spend too much on the oil function. oil's overrated anyway right? oh and the radiatior insulator too...

I think Bruins needs some of those brass balls for his rig...anyone want to pitch in for a christmas gift???
11-27-2007 07:54 AM
02Prove
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I think I need some of those wiper blade sharpeners.
They're awesome...
11-27-2007 07:50 AM
Dare2BSquare I think I need some of those wiper blade sharpeners.
11-27-2007 01:38 AM
White93ARB Theres a lot of funny stuff on KaleCoAuto
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