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Old 01-29-2012, 08:35 AM   #1
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Does anyone have a driveshaft? Also how hard is it to install a cam? Where can i get racing seats belts?
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Old 01-29-2012, 03:15 PM   #2
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Unless your pretty experienced with engines I would suggest not installing a cam on your own. But like 4 point harness can be bought from pretty much anywhere online. I'd look on amazon or eBay first.
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Aluminum drive shaft you mean?
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Aluminum drive shaft you mean?
Yes I was looking to get one since I have all bolt on and I know a cam isn't easy but worth a try.
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Funny I always see you giving me advice.. Research the cam. Learn all about it. And if you don't wanna do it yourself find a mechanic you can trust.

They sell aluminum driveshafts from American muscle after an few basic mods under the hood I'm getting one

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Dude anything is possible. I'm turboing my v6. But I have a lot of modding to do to get there in the end its worth it. I'll be very fast. And only driving a sixer.
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Old 01-29-2012, 10:33 PM   #6
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Funny I always see you giving me advice.. Research the cam. Learn all about it. And if you don't wanna do it yourself find a mechanic you can trust.

They sell aluminum driveshafts from American muscle after an few basic mods under the hood I'm getting one
I mean I have had my car for 3 years and i have installed all my own parts so I can offer what works and what difference It's makes. I wanna make 200 HP at wheels so i know with a cam I should have it. Unless I get tons of money I'm done modding I had fun and learned a lot
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I mean I have had my car for 3 years and i have installed all my own parts so I can offer what works and what difference It's makes. I wanna make 200 HP at wheels so i know with a cam I should have it. Unless I get tons of money I'm done modding I had fun and learned a lot
Modding never ends sounds like someone giving you crap like they did me. They keep saying it ain't worth the money, u can make your car beat 200 hp. Turbo it

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I mean I have had my car for 3 years and i have installed all my own parts so I can offer what works and what difference It's makes. I wanna make 200 HP at wheels so i know with a cam I should have it. Unless I get tons of money I'm done modding I had fun and learned a lot
You can make your car have as much or more power than the newer sixers
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:00 AM   #8
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Turbo with parts and everything is at least 3000-4000 and it would be cool but at that point I might as well look into another car. Mine is a auto and takes off are ok. When i get out of college I will look into getting a new car. I'm happy with what I got and learned so far. Plus when the engine goes down I will look into dropping a 4.2 engine or adding a gt one
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Turbo kits are high but just know you can get turbo off anything and make it work ... Piece it together parts here and there that you know are good.. me I didn't buy a kit .. I got my turbo off a 2.3 turbo coupe its not a big turbo only boost at a max of 15 but I have it dialed at 6 don't wanna mess up anything.. got my intercooler off a neon SRT.. and my piping off it and a cobalt SS SC .. everything works perfectly and only in my whole system bout 500 bucks
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Turbo kits are high but just know you can get turbo off anything and make it work ... Piece it together parts here and there that you know are good.. me I didn't buy a kit .. I got my turbo off a 2.3 turbo coupe its not a big turbo only boost at a max of 15 but I have it dialed at 6 don't wanna mess up anything.. got my intercooler off a neon SRT.. and my piping off it and a cobalt SS SC .. everything works perfectly and only in my whole system bout 500 bucks
Wow really. You have a video and what are your numbers. I would love to set one up.
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I have a 1995 v6 that was manufactured in feb of 95 so it has the obdII port and reads and clears check engine light when scanner hooked up. Does this mean I can use a 96-98 sct sf3 tuner from American muscle? I really want a tuner cuz I tried the chip and ruined my cars computer connection trying to make it work so it's either tuner or new computer then chip
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Honestly that's weird before 96 those ports wasn't installed so if u have it means yours a split year ride early production on the next year programmer should work
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I have a 1995 v6 that was manufactured in feb of 95 so it has the obdII port and reads and clears check engine light when scanner hooked up. Does this mean I can use a 96-98 sct sf3 tuner from American muscle? I really want a tuner cuz I tried the chip and ruined my cars computer connection trying to make it work so it's either tuner or new computer then chip
Pretty sure the 95 V6's came with ODBII
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Honestly that's weird before 96 those ports wasn't installed so if u have it means yours a split year ride early production on the next year programmer should work
The port under the steering column to the right, that's it right? I've heard that there was early versions of obd2 would that be my case? Like the only difference was ignition system or something, that should interfere with the tuner and computer right?
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It should just be a obd obd 2 didn't get put in till 96

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And like I said they split yeared you could have the obd 2 .. some even 94 could have it but mostly didn't start put the obd 2 in till 96
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It should just be a obd obd 2 didn't get put in till 96
So if it was just obd1 would it be able to be read by a scanner for engine codes? Because my car was read with a scanner at autozone when my o2 sensor went bad
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Old 01-30-2012, 11:52 AM   #17
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Check this out tells you in detail how they are different and how there the same ..

http://www.auto-facts.org/OBD-2.html
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