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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 9:27 AM
heres a hell of a deal for ya brandon...




Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 9:46 AM
ohh, the rods will be mine but the 10.1 compression/overbore will not be ideal for big boost.


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 2:14 PM
why? the overbore decreases compression and besides it doesnt matter if you have high compression or not, it just means it takes LESS psi to get you the numbers u want. curt was running 15 on the stock 10:1 and did just fine... others have as well. you really should just stick to 10-15 man.



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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 2:32 PM
cavmania wrote:

ohh, the rods will be mine but the 10.1 compression/overbore will not be ideal for big boost.


You could not be more wrong.



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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 3:10 PM
9:1 is ideal as far as i'm concerened and I'm def not going to make my cylinder walls thinner.


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 7:47 PM
this really has nothing to do with anything but anything but last night at school we had a customer car, 97 cavy that had a clunking sound/abs light when turning. Got it onto the lift and the tire looked like it was nearly ready to fall off, like the lugnuts were just started on the studs and you were moving the tire around on them... the wheel bearing as sooo loose that everytime the vehicle would turn the reluctor wheel would move out of range of the wheel speed sensor and the cv shaft had a good inch and a half of looseness.




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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 8:36 PM
^^^^ WOW... woman?



Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 8:38 PM
z yaaaa wrote:

^^^^ WOW... woman?


I'm not sure, it was rollin on old school Grand Am wheels and had a lay around the mirror, probably was


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Friday, November 09, 2007 11:14 PM
wow...lucky they didn't wreck their car


Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 7:35 AM
DroptopPaul wrote:

wow...lucky they didn't wreck their life




Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 7:55 AM
cavmania wrote:

this really has nothing to do with anything but anything but last night at school we had a customer car, 97 cavy that had a clunking sound/abs light when turning. Got it onto the lift and the tire looked like it was nearly ready to fall off, like the lugnuts were just started on the studs and you were moving the tire around on them... the wheel bearing as sooo loose that everytime the vehicle would turn the reluctor wheel would move out of range of the wheel speed sensor and the cv shaft had a good inch and a half of looseness.


good thing they didnt snap off 4 of the 5 lug nuts and almost loose a wheel not that i would know anything about that.




Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 10:42 AM
cavmania wrote:

9:1 is ideal as far as i'm concerened and I'm def not going to make my cylinder walls thinner.


I agree w/ the cylinder wall statement, but 9:1 is simply not going to provide enough overall power. For me anyway. Those of you that know my plans know exactly what I'm talking about. The dynamic compression ratio formula applies to 93 octane pump gasoline. Max boost on 10.0:1 is 14.5 psi, on 8.9:1 it's 18psi, 9.1:1 is 17 psi, if you'd like the formula please feel free to pm me and I'll be glad to share the information.


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 5:45 PM
Being on call is cool . . . unless you get called in.

At least the overtime and on call pay is a nice bonus.

So . . . hmmm well I really don't have much to say.





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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 5:51 PM
Tommy Boy ( Brutus ) wrote:

Being on call is cool . . . unless you get called in.

At least the overtime and on call pay is a nice bonus.

So . . . hmmm well I really don't have much to say.


where do u work, sir?



Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 6:50 PM
w0Ot GO BUCKEYES! lol


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 7:11 PM
Tommy Boy ( Brutus ) wrote:

Being on call is cool . . . unless you get called in.

At least the overtime and on call pay is a nice bonus.

So . . . hmmm well I really don't have much to say.


Being on call for me rocks. like tonight, on call, grass fire = FUN TIME!!! and pay is good too!



Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 7:52 PM
cavmania wrote:

w0Ot GO BUCKEYES! lol


come over...lets drink a beer...so I can crack your skull with my empties


Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 8:10 PM
no paul... you come HERE and bring some beer. i need some... ive got a bottle of soco with youre name on it.



Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Saturday, November 10, 2007 8:52 PM
where do you work at again tommy?


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Sunday, November 11, 2007 7:54 AM
The Nebraska Medical Center.

Last night was the first time I was called in ever and I have been there almost 6 years now.

Normally you get about $60 for just being on call Sat & Sun and it is easy money.

If you get called in you get 4 hours pay even if you only stay 4 minutes.

I had to stay 6 hours though so I will just get 6 hours of OT + my $60 on call pay.

The lady who was supposed to work had a headache, then somone took her blood pressure and it was really high so she went to the ER around 2 when her shift started.

They tried to call me at 2:30 but I was at my cousins house where there is no cell reception and they had the phone off the hood.

I did not get in till about 4 and they the lady says she is not waiting to be seen in ER since it has been two hours and they are busy down there.

So she asks me what to do and of course I am thinking stay so I can go home and get my 4 hours pay. I just asked her if she felt like staying for the rest of the shift and of course she waffled for a minute but finally decided to leave.







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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Sunday, November 11, 2007 8:16 PM
hey tom how did that wiper assembly work




Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Monday, November 12, 2007 8:54 PM
Whats up Guys? Hows the Mid west treating ya? im slowly gettin out of the J scene. i just got my self a 83 F-150 and i already have dana 60 in the front and the rear with detroit lockers. and the 5.0 is soon to be SuperCharged after i built the motor in High Performance. it has a 4 inch lift with 33x12.50. im goin to new mexico to go rock crawing in about 4 mounths if i have a Cam. ill take some pictures. later guys. P.S im thinging about ordering a Rearsteer Convertion. Later guys keep the Js Clean. ill drop by once in awhile. its been Fun meeting most of ya.



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99z for 2015.. I'm back bitches
Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Monday, November 12, 2007 9:31 PM
sweet, I wish you the best of luck in future endeavors Phil!


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Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 5:23 PM
^^^^ Thanks man


99z for 2015.. I'm back bitches
Re: Omaha and surrounding area's... (clean)
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 6:25 PM
lostsol wrote:

hey tom how did that wiper assembly work


It works fine it was a bitch to get the remnants of the old wiper arms off but I managed to do that without breaking anything and put in it motor and all.

I have been trying to sell my original wiper motor on eBay with little success.

I have a bad cold and it is not cool at all.







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