The guy who wrote the guide is 60kmaintenance. I'm not sure why but for some reason his account is messed up and he can't post. Once it's taken care of I'm sure he'll be able to discuss that with you guys and send whatever changes he wants to me.
Thanks to Jeremy Last for this awesome, detailed guide!
Also in case anyone is wondering, yes I know the front page of the site is ******* up, I'm waiting on someone else to have it fixed. Also there will be a new Featured Car...
You can build one pretty easy with some wood and a chain. But anyway, if you want to come up to my shop you can do it here. Air tools and all :thumb:
Email me [email protected] since who knows when I'll be back to check this thread...
DON'T BUY FROM CHRIS, HE WILL TAKE YOUR MONEY AND YOU'LL NEVER HEAR FROM HIM AGAIN!!!
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Hey Chris, I FINALLY installed that y-pipe like last week or something. I bought a Jeep early last winter and because the y-pipe was broken on the SHO and I was so...
If I recall correctly, can you get the sensor out without removing the timing belt sprocket. You need to rotate the engine (put the crank bolt in and turn it) until the sensor is between two vanes, then you can get it out. I can't remember off the top of my head what the gap is, but it's on my...
Alright, here is the list as it stands now. Please quote this list and add your name or add a * if you're coming for sure :)
Those with a * are for sure
1. *Dr Tweak
3. Laz (northeasterntuners.com)
4. corollamadness (northeasterntuners.com)
5. *ChrisCam84 (from...
I'm going to a little import meet in Concord on the 5th around 5pm, we'll meet up at the Borders there.
That 2zzge/Corolla swap I did might be there... if anyone wants to come along I wouldn't mind meeting some other SHO owners in person. :)