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  • Birthday 04/04/1951

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    and of course the GT-500
  1. Thanks for the responses, I ordered one from Justin at VMP.
  2. Does anyone know the Amsoil part number for a FRPP CAI replacement air filter for a 2008 GT500? Another question, can the FRPP conical filter be cleaned and reoiled using the K&N cleaning kit? Thanks in advance Skeet
  3. That looks nice on your car. I did mine a couple of years ago. Take note if you have a Silver Vapor car and want move the letters it looks like HELB. The letters HELB are on the black stripes and the S and Y are on the Silver paint. If you are not close to the back end of the car it is hard to see the S and Y.
  4. Bloomsburg Fairgrounds Bloomsburg Pa. http://www.carlislee...burg-nationals/
  5. This is actually a GM development lab testing a new engine for the 2015 Camaro
  6. Our local dealer has a 2012 GT-500, White with Grabber Blue stripes if anyone is interested. The car is in Bloomsburg, Pa at Independence Ford. Phone 570-784-1414. Price $50,900 http://www.inventory...314&modelid=225"
  7. I got he Ford Racing CAI and performance tune from VMP. It is a pretty easy mod if you want to do it yourself. I like the look of the FORD RACING logo on the filter shroud.
  8. I just changed mine on Monday. I use the recommend Motorcraft oil and filter. Changing the filter was a little messy the first time that I did it. This time I took one of those thin aluminum pie pans and bent it to fit under the filter and formed the end into a spout aimed at the oil catch pan. It worked out great, the filter fell into the pie pan and the oil went into the catch pan. Only a few drips to clean up. The oil was $60 and a few bucks for the filter. I had a half quart of oil left over from the last change so only need to by 6 this time.
  9. I went with the Ford Racing CAI, a VMP 92 octane performance tune and the VMP 2.59 inch pulley. The VMP pulley tool made that mod a breeze to do. Haven't done a dyno run on it but I do notice the extra power.
  10. I had my first prostrate exam when I was 54, I am now 60. The doctor told me he was going to perform a digital rectal exam to check my prostrate. I thought wow this must be some type of high tech test, little did I know that digital referred to a digit, his finger. I get a physical every April, the includes the PSA test and the digital test. So far no problems.
  11. I bought 4 positioning jacks from JC Whitney in 2008 for about $100 each , they are now $131 each. I put one under each tire, pump the foot pump to raise the car about 2 inches and then me and the neighbor kid position the car sideways at the back of the garage. Once the car is in position I release the jacks and let the tires rest on the floor until spring. This will be the fourth winter that I have done it. Now I have 3 vehicles in a 2 car garage. http://www.jcwhitney...t/p2016888.jcwx
  12. The JLT is so easy to do that you can take a few seconds to put the stock hose back if you have to take the car to the dealer for anything.
  13. I used a JLT separator on the passenger's side; it took about 30 seconds to do. The JLT comes with the hose's attached, you just release the clips on both ends of the stock hose, pull it out then snap on in the JLT hose, it's a perfect fit.
  14. I installed one from FRPP, there weren't any instructions with that one either. You unscrew the knob from the stock shifter, pull up on the sides of the boot unit where it fits into the console and it will snap out, unbolt the shifter then work the stick out of the boot. Install the new one in the opposite order. I put a little locktite on the bolts and the threads that the knob screws on to.
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