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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-01-2004 12:26 AM
Croz I might have lied, it might be burning still... If so, it isn't nearly as bad.... I will find out for sure when I get some time what is going on, but it feels good getting to drive it again.
03-31-2004 06:18 PM
Dutchman Back together with a bad back and all, I applaud you! Glad you have it working and running.

03-31-2004 04:10 PM
HemmiGremmie Glad to see someone is getting something done on there car. HG
03-31-2004 02:02 PM
Intake back on, engine working again!

I finally got time yesterday to put my car back together. I spent about 3 hours working on it because my back was killing me. I got the thing put together, the intake on, all the required parts... jumped it and ran it and it is in good shape.... Didn't notice it to smoke like it did before, and i think the throttle response is a little better.... regular mantienence can go a long way after all.

P.S. Thanks to doublevision for suggesting I check the pvc valve before I pull the engine apart, I think it fixed it.

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