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  1. JacobLS1
    10-04-2010 01:59 AM - permalink
    JacobLS1
    T/A looks gorgeous man!
  2. TJFish
    09-24-2010 06:00 PM - permalink
    TJFish
    Man you're a genius. Thanks a lot. I can't believe that's all it was!



    Now I've gotta find a new one. I'm gonna try to find one of the "Performance elbows" online. In the meantime, I think a friend of mine has one I can borrow. Thanks again.

    EDIT: What if the one I buy doesn't have the big hose thing on the bottom? :/

    EDIT #2: Googled it and found that it just silences it. So I'll be fine if the one I buy doesn't have it.
  3. TJFish
    09-24-2010 11:38 AM - permalink
    TJFish
    Hey man, I had a question I was hopin you could help with. For a few months now, my TA has been hard to start whenever its warm. If it's cold, or if I had JUST turned it off, it will start right up. But if I turn it off and come back later, it will take a few seconds to start. I have new air and fuel filters, plugs, wires, starter, and battery. Its not really a big deal, it just bugs me. I've read that whenever the opti is goin out that it may be hard to start? But its been doing this for 6 or 7000 miles now. Any ideas?
  4. SnIpEr
    09-08-2010 08:58 PM - permalink
    SnIpEr
    Come back!!! Things are already falling apart! And tell me how many unread posts were on FBO when you next login
  5. xKellyxVeitx
    08-02-2010 02:16 PM - permalink
    xKellyxVeitx
    I need help identifying a plug. It jumps off the bundle on the driver side strut tower, along with three other plugs for the proportioning valve. It's a three wire plug, with a red wire, red with a black strip, and a black. Just found it. Might be causing my braking problems. Can't find anywhere to plug it in though.
  6. Formulabird96
    08-01-2010 08:22 PM - permalink
    Formulabird96
    I was thinking valve lifter as well but i am unsure, it does in fact sound like its coming from under the valve cover
  7. SnIpEr
    07-26-2010 08:26 PM - permalink
    SnIpEr
    Oh dude that's badass, my name is Stephen too and a ton of ppl call me Steve! My birthday is also next month, August 3rd, when's yours? I just noticed my reply from you telling me your name from last night didnt show up on your FBO wall either :P I must say, I thought you were a beast before, but you're just a BAMF now, especially because you also have your name spelled with the PH instead of just the V

    Urban Dictionary: BAMF
  8. SnIpEr
    07-25-2010 06:47 PM - permalink
    SnIpEr
    Ahhhh, Ike is the ship, haha. I see what you did there >.>

    I have another question, and I guarantee you'll be like 'lolwtf?' when I ask it. What is your first name? I'm asking because you're in your 60's and my friend and I struck up a conversation a couple of days ago about older people and how alot of them have similar names and I wanted to see if you had a name that was pretty common back in your day
  9. Battousai
    07-03-2010 10:30 PM - permalink
    Battousai
    check the ticking noise thread for the pics of the bolts.
  10. SnIpEr
    07-03-2010 07:42 PM - permalink
    SnIpEr


    In that picture who is 'Ike'?

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  • About NavyVet
    Biography
    25 years Naval Aviation, 10 years as Stockbroker.
    Location
    Jacksonville, FL
    Interests
    Gardening, Web site managment
    Occupation
    Retired Navy
    Gender
    Male
    Vehicle
    1996 Firebird Trans Am
    Engine type and displacement
    LT 1 5.7ltr
    Induction
    N/A
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Tires
    Street Radials
    1/4 Mile ET
    0.000
  • Signature

    96 T/A, Black/Graphite Leather, T-Tops, 6 speed, 10 speaker Delco/Bose "Monsoon"
    Original owner, 217k miles and counting.
    Total engine rebuild at 187,020 miles. AIR delete, bored .030 over.
    Comp cams Xtreme Energy LT1 266HR-14 street cam and springs.
    Custom leather interior at 190k miles. Total repaint 193k Miles
    26PPH injectors.

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