glad to see you got a real job Alex and don't work for that waxer anymore in the sweatshop!
Originally Posted by john hennessy...
when you open the hood, right there on the top of the engine, you can see a big wing nut holding on to a bolt that passes right through the engine, look underneath the car and you will see the bolt head sticking out of the pan, no they are not in line, if they were, then the crank would not be able to go round without hitting it.
whatever you do, don't undo the wing nut or the bolt! the engine will come apart the moment you try to start it!
Again on my way to drop off my DD at the garage this morning, saw an '04 IBM pass right before my eyes (seriously all that caught my attention was the IBM) on Church Road in Jenkintown about 7 a.m. Whoever it was turned right at the next light.
Saw on 04 IBM on street road in Bensalem around 5pm. Looked stock
A few minutes later i saw on 05/06 PBM on knights road approaching street road. Looked lowered and had some sort of chrome rims. Big, probably 19's. Also, pretty sure it was a girl driving. Didn't get a good look.
2005 PBM M6 Red interior GTO
-CNC ported LS6 heads
-SLP Under-drive pulley
-Stage 2 ported intake and TB
-Gforce stage 2 anti-hop axles
-ARH 1 7/8 Long tubes and high flow cats
-custom exhaust with x-pipe and 3" powersticks
-GMM race shifter
-Pedders street 1 bushings
-Monster stage 3 clutch and classic hardline
-3.91s, Diff technics diff, Gforce stubs
-370mm Lovells rear springs
1/4 mile = embarrassing @ 116mph
Went to pick up my buddy around the corner in Parkwood because his mazdaspeed3 decided to leak fluids everywhere and came across these two. The QSM is always parked here. I had to stop and reverse quickly to snap a photo.
06 IBM M6
SLP Loudmouth II; Insulated Vararam w/ relocated IAT sensor; Spencer Flat Air Splitter; 35w 5000K HIDs lows/fogs; Drilled/Slotted rotors; Lovell's Stock height Rear Springs; 18" Hyperblack VMR VB3; Mav Man Gloss black diffuser; 15% Tint; LSS w/ Hurst knob; And a "slight" addiction to Adam's
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