Become a ltxtech.com member, Click here to register!

Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 34567
Results 61 to 70 of 70
  1. #61
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Name
    Mike Storm "Stormy"
    Vehicle
    1995 Trans Am
    Location
    Washington
    Posts
    1,016
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    Those are the 7/8 ones right?

    It's not how fast you mow. It's how you mow fast.



    1995 Trans Am - CAI - TB coolant bypass - Headers & Performance Muffler - Poly mounts - stock LT1/A4 - 13.3 1/4 - 1.9 60 foot , driven daily.
    2008 C6 Corvette LS3 Snake charmer Ram Air intake. 6 Speed Switchable mild to wild exhaust.
    2002 Silverado LT Extd Cab Z71 5.3 A4 Composite Bed Stock

  2. #62
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Name
    Shaun
    Vehicle
    Eh
    Location
    Phillipsburg NJ
    Posts
    6,444
    Supporting Member

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormyweather View Post
    Those are the 7/8 ones right?

    It's not how fast you mow. It's how you mow fast.
    1 7/8" that neck down into 2.5" collectors. counterproductive don't ya think?

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Tapatalk
    2015 Camaro 2SS 1LE
    2017 Fiesta ST -_- Its a go-cart

    1995 Firebird Formula - Le2 H/C, SBE, CPT 4l60E, boost?
    1984 Camaro Z28 - Wifes' project. Stock LT1 with Hotcam - her cruiser

    The wrench/driver for LTConvert's 94 Z28- Ellwein 383/LE Trickflows/ P600B/ CPT Pro Race 4L60E/Pro Torque 3200
    10.78 @ 125mph. Shooting for 9.99 in 2020 for Frank Cahall!

  3. #63
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Name
    Mike Storm "Stormy"
    Vehicle
    1995 Trans Am
    Location
    Washington
    Posts
    1,016
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    They didnt seem right. For sure . I knew this guy who plumbed his drag boat fuel system. With 3/8 To a filter reg combo then ran 1/2 to twin quads asked him dont you think thats counter productive? Go big stay big I say.
    .

    I dont live to work.I work to live



    1995 Trans Am - CAI - TB coolant bypass - Headers & Performance Muffler - Poly mounts - stock LT1/A4 - 13.3 1/4 - 1.9 60 foot , driven daily.
    2008 C6 Corvette LS3 Snake charmer Ram Air intake. 6 Speed Switchable mild to wild exhaust.
    2002 Silverado LT Extd Cab Z71 5.3 A4 Composite Bed Stock

  4. #64
    Lurker


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Jun 2017
    Name
    Brandon Holtmeier
    Vehicle
    1996 camaro ss
    Posts
    32

    Default

    So I just got done doing this. I got lucky and found a shaft out of a V6 Camaro with the f41 suspension for $35. I then took it to a local shop to reclock it and he did it for free. The steering wheel is still slightly off center, but not much. Should I just get an alignment?

  5. #65
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Name
    Shaun
    Vehicle
    Eh
    Location
    Phillipsburg NJ
    Posts
    6,444
    Supporting Member

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by slikrider20 View Post
    So I just got done doing this. I got lucky and found a shaft out of a V6 Camaro with the f41 suspension for $35. I then took it to a local shop to reclock it and he did it for free. The steering wheel is still slightly off center, but not much. Should I just get an alignment?
    you could try, it may correct it
    2015 Camaro 2SS 1LE
    2017 Fiesta ST -_- Its a go-cart

    1995 Firebird Formula - Le2 H/C, SBE, CPT 4l60E, boost?
    1984 Camaro Z28 - Wifes' project. Stock LT1 with Hotcam - her cruiser

    The wrench/driver for LTConvert's 94 Z28- Ellwein 383/LE Trickflows/ P600B/ CPT Pro Race 4L60E/Pro Torque 3200
    10.78 @ 125mph. Shooting for 9.99 in 2020 for Frank Cahall!

  6. #66
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Mar 2015
    Name
    Mike Storm "Stormy"
    Vehicle
    1995 Trans Am
    Location
    Washington
    Posts
    1,016
    Blog Entries
    1

    Default

    F41 is that like the WS6?

    It's not how fast you mow. It's how you mow fast.



    1995 Trans Am - CAI - TB coolant bypass - Headers & Performance Muffler - Poly mounts - stock LT1/A4 - 13.3 1/4 - 1.9 60 foot , driven daily.
    2008 C6 Corvette LS3 Snake charmer Ram Air intake. 6 Speed Switchable mild to wild exhaust.
    2002 Silverado LT Extd Cab Z71 5.3 A4 Composite Bed Stock

  7. #67
    Lurker


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Jun 2017
    Name
    Brandon Holtmeier
    Vehicle
    1996 camaro ss
    Posts
    32

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormyweather View Post
    F41 is that like the WS6?

    It's not how fast you mow. It's how you mow fast.
    I have no idea. I was under the assumption that the V6 camaros came standard with the rag joint, and well, this did not. The junkyard guy mentioned it had the F41 suspension....that's about all I know.

    Hopefully the alignment fixes it.

  8. The Following User Says Thank You to slikrider20 For This Post:


  9. #68
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Name
    Cameron
    Vehicle
    1994 Formula
    Location
    Dover, De
    Posts
    2,064

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by slikrider20 View Post
    I have no idea. I was under the assumption that the V6 camaros came standard with the rag joint, and well, this did not. The junkyard guy mentioned it had the F41 suspension....that's about all I know.

    Hopefully the alignment fixes it.
    F41 is the RPO for the normal v6 rack...3 turns lock to lock

    If it had a LS1 rack it was a Y87 car. That car would've had 3.42's, LS rack (FE2) and springs and rear disks
    Last edited by Sahara54; 06-20-2017 at 04:41 AM.
    1994 Formula - 5.3, VS7875, SS2, T56, QP 9"
    Formula Build Thread
    S
    ahara54's FQuick Profile

  10. The Following User Says Thank You to Sahara54 For This Post:


  11. #69
    LTX Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    Name
    Heath Carfrey
    Vehicle
    1997 Ram Air Trans Am
    Location
    Grove City, OH
    Posts
    1

    Default

    Stupid question: If you can reclock the steering wheel why is modifying the shaft necessary to keep the airbag? Doesn’t the wiring run up through the middle column and plug in from there to the wheel and airbag?

  12. #70
    Xtreme Member


    Status
    Offline
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
    Name
    Shaun
    Vehicle
    Eh
    Location
    Phillipsburg NJ
    Posts
    6,444
    Supporting Member

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Afterburner82 View Post
    Stupid question: If you can reclock the steering wheel why is modifying the shaft necessary to keep the airbag? Doesn’t the wiring run up through the middle column and plug in from there to the wheel and airbag?
    the clock spring in the column references wheel position/supplies power to airbag. simply moving the steering wheel does nothing to correct the fact the shaft would be 90 degrees out on the clock spring inside the column
    2015 Camaro 2SS 1LE
    2017 Fiesta ST -_- Its a go-cart

    1995 Firebird Formula - Le2 H/C, SBE, CPT 4l60E, boost?
    1984 Camaro Z28 - Wifes' project. Stock LT1 with Hotcam - her cruiser

    The wrench/driver for LTConvert's 94 Z28- Ellwein 383/LE Trickflows/ P600B/ CPT Pro Race 4L60E/Pro Torque 3200
    10.78 @ 125mph. Shooting for 9.99 in 2020 for Frank Cahall!

Page 7 of 7 FirstFirst ... 34567

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •