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post #1 of 101 Old 08-30-2011, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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I know there is only a few of us but I will put up a thread for Colo people. I have a Shadow ES convertable looking to make a full on track car, See yall at the track.......the red shadow with the gold door
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post #2 of 101 Old 10-05-2011, 07:28 PM
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Sweet!! I must have missed this. white 89 daytona C/S. down south where the Sloppers are. might see me around.
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What's up fellas? I'm in the Springs as well, red '88 Daytona Shelby Z. You'll here me before you see me for now. The full 3" exhaust with straight pipes gets annoying sometimes
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3" exhaust annoying?? Why loud or what I was thinking of upgrading as well in future..
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I like the loud part, its just the tone. Without a muffler it sounds like a tractor almost, but I'll be putting a magnaflow muffler on it soon
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Sweet how funny. so do you get asked if you are going to the fields. see about building one that is tuned for the engine simular to a 2stroke tuned pipe but to have a lower resonance. I would need to do some serious digging to find formula on doing so and supporting equipment but,hey it is a idea.
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post #7 of 101 Old 10-15-2011, 11:44 AM
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shoot gona b two weeks on clutch builder going on vacation oh well I am paitent.as long as car is done by atleast early spring if not earlier..
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post #8 of 101 Old 10-20-2011, 09:50 AM Thread Starter
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just ordered my wideband, AFPR, and real boost guage!! Next remove extera weight, next in a few months is the FMIC, redneck intake, and BOV, and FWD performance stage 5. Then steelies with slicks, Then a cage/role bar. Then water meth kit (prob going with snow performance just cause they are from woodland park)
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I wish I had money to follow your mods wideband stage 4/5 +20/40 3" exh etc... oh well I will be verry happy next week?? to get clutch in and being able to drive again...but,starting car up past few days found a problem my valve cover is leaking so any reccomandations on replacement planning on doing over weekend???
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I would say a new name brand gasket with some rtv.
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like fel-pro and some high temp rtv?? only sucky thing doing a search some are one piece others are like two piece I really hope it is the one piece. I checked at advanced and they have in stock the one piece at least..
I also hope they have black rtv,red will look aweful!!
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Question?? on flywheels advanced has a forged steel one any good benefits on using a forged compared to a standard cast piece??? Going with a ceramic sintered clutch disk..
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Forget steel is better than cast piece. Stronger, less likely to exploded. Got a part number of that forged steel flywheel?

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The KEY to have a non-leaking valve cover gasket is CLEANLINESS. Make sure both surfaces are free of old rtv and oil, and you'll less likely to have a leak.
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thanks .. what seal would you reccomend is fel-pro ok??

Part number Beck/arnley 065-1018 advanced""98.89
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i use fel-pro for all my gaskets but i am mostly stock engine. i double it up with an rtv gasket maker.
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