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Old 05-01-2012, 08:10 PM   #36
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Sorry las97 did, whom u were agreeing with. The OP can take my advise or not,I don't care. I've been in skilled trades for longer than most on this fourm have been alive. Find someone else to play with, I'm taking my toys an going home.
LOL! Funny as hell. Well I stand by the stock gasket. You'll understand when u bolt a pair of BBK shorty headers on and can't get the b**** bolt on and learn 7 will do.
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Old 05-01-2012, 08:24 PM   #37
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I got all my bolts in no problemo. And I never mentioned anything about a gasket. The topic was how to remove a snapped off bolt.
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The gaskets are on the stock manifolds
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Old 05-01-2012, 08:53 PM   #39
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Unsubscribed, you boys have a good evening.
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Old 05-02-2012, 11:41 PM   #40
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Sorry las97 did, whom u were agreeing with. The OP can take my advise or not,I don't care. I've been in skilled trades for longer than most on this fourm have been alive. Find someone else to play with, I'm taking my toys an going home.
I guess I need to go back and read I'm misunderstanding what's going on hear... What's the argument about???

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LOL! Funny as hell. Well I stand by the stock gasket. You'll understand when u bolt a pair of BBK shorty headers on and can't get the b**** bolt on and learn 7 will do.
Why is he even talking about headers I'm doing an x pipe just like the dude that broke his. Not header....
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I guess I need to go back and read I'm misunderstanding what's going on hear... What's the argument about???

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Why is he even talking about headers I'm doing an x pipe just like the dude that broke his. Not header....
That's ok. When we write sometimes we get misinterpreted. My bad. Good luck. I get E for effort.
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Old 06-10-2012, 09:24 PM   #42
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That's ok. When we write sometimes we get misinterpreted. My bad. Good luck. I get E for effort.
Sorry bout the hard time, I reread and someone else said to use wax on the threads. My bad
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Sorry bout the hard time, I reread and someone else said to use wax on the threads. My bad
Yeah, that was a cell phone auto spell check error. Funny as hell though. No thin skins here, man. lol. Still a great learning environment though.
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well im still pi$$ed at everyone. screw this............



haha j/k
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I unplugged my TPS and cleaned my cap and rotor after inspection and the car fired up. I plugged in the TPS and it ran shady for a few minutes at idle but seemed to straighten out. Check engine light was on so i am clearing the code now and gonna see what happens...

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Sorry that has nothing to do with your previous posts....
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I unplugged my TPS and cleaned my cap and rotor after inspection and the car fired up. I plugged in the TPS and it ran shady for a few minutes at idle but seemed to straighten out. Check engine light was on so i am clearing the code now and gonna see what happens...

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Sorry that has nothing to do with your previous posts....
haha. wrong thread?
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Old 06-16-2012, 10:35 PM   #47
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Re: Snapped exhaust manifold bolt...

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Sorry las97 did, whom u were agreeing with. The OP can take my advise or not,I don't care. I've been in skilled trades for longer than most on this fourm have been alive. Find someone else to play with, I'm taking my toys an going home.
Man, when is this thread gonna end? I have bumps and bruises all over from this one.
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How many times I gotta say sorry
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No prob. What I meant was the person who posted the thread must have fixed the problem by now because I dont see any new posts from him.
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No prob. What I meant was the person who posted the thread must have fixed the problem by now because I dont see any new posts from him.
Yea we welded on a new nut to the end of the stripped bolt and was able to get it out that way
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Old 06-18-2012, 05:11 PM   #51
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Re: Snapped exhaust manifold bolt...

Lucky for you. I am sure we coulda showed you how to use Yoda Power to remove it. Take care, and happy driving. Maybe you'll make it to the Dragon's Tail in NC/TN border. Heard they have 318 curves in 11 Miles and that includes switch-backs galore. I plan on checking it out this summer if I ever get the chance. Will take my wife for a white knuckle ride and show off my Eibach pro kit, Nitto tripple nickles, and energy bushings.
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