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January 18, 2017, 08:52:29 PM by aleighs1990
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I am looking to upgrade the exhaust on my truck from the stock setup sometime in the near future. I am looking at a pair of flowmaster super 44 from advance auto. I may possibly also put some long tube headers on as well, but that is not certain. What do you all think would be the best option for new mufflers with the headers? With my stock manifolds? It is a 350 sbc engine which will be getting a new edelbrock 4bbl carb as well
January 18, 2017, 07:52:34 PM by Darty03 | Views: 30 | Comments: 2
My throttle cable seems to drag, it makes it hard to press the gas pedal smoothly. I can disconnect the cable from the carburetor and have someone pull on the cable while I press the gas pedal and if feels the same. I've replaced it with 2 pioneer brand cables and the same thing. One thing is, they seem to long? There is a loop of extra cable between the mount on the motor and firewall. This seems to be correct and how the original part was from pictures Ive found. If I straighten out the cable then its smooth, so the extra slack seems to be putting it in a bind. Are these pioneer cables just crap or am I missing something?
This is on my 83 k10 with a big block and an adjustable edelbrock cable mount on the intake
January 18, 2017, 07:07:25 PM by brewster
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I want your opinion on what I should do. I'm going to college next year and my truck is great it's a 1975 k20 with a 350 and a sm465 manual, I really like the truck because I only have a 4 mile drive to school and it is only 35 mph on the way there. Since I'm going to college next year im going to be driving a lot at highway speeds for the next 2 or 3 years. Right now if I go 70 mph it sounds like the truck is gonna explode and it you hit a bump my head hits the roof, it is all factory 3/4 ton suspension and the truck only has 10000 miles so what I am looking at doing is installing new axle gears so my gear ratio is around 3.30 or 3.20, I also want something done about the ride quality. What should I do that would be low on cost and still get me a good driving experience. Also what brand should I use for weatherstripping?
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January 18, 2017, 01:24:36 PM by Macaroni_Sackaroni
Views: 74 | Comments: 4
I want to swap the previous owners motor for a carbedC10 motor.
Right now I'm searching between years 73-79 bu it would be good to know if I could swap second gen
Just want to find anything carbed from a c10 that will just drop in. I don't care about building it.
January 18, 2017, 11:37:08 AM by Tommyd11730
Views: 22 | Comments: 1
Hey Guys, I'm looking for an instrument cluster diagram for my 84 K2500 High Sierra. I would swear diagrams were pinned somewhere but now I can't find them.
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