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Old 05-14-2006, 09:13 AM   #21
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Edited my list to include my

Edited my list to include my MID DIY, this list certainly is nice, I wish it were somewhere more convienent. *shrug*
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:29 AM   #22
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Re: What mods/fixes are you planning?

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Horah for the chevette, I have 3.
Aaah! I'm jealous! Can I have one?

Seriously though, I may be contacting you and asking for some vehicle measurements and such one of these days. I have this crazy idea about transplanting the RWD from a Chevette into the Metro for low-speed EV power.

On a different note I built an OBD1 to computer interface cable on the weekend. Still have to test it to make certain I don't fry anything though.
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Old 05-16-2006, 04:22 PM   #23
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Aaah! I'm jealous! Can I have one?

Seriously though, I may be contacting you and asking for some vehicle measurements and such one of these days. I have this crazy idea about transplanting the RWD from a Chevette into the Metro for low-speed EV power.
Id be happy to help in any way i can
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Old 05-16-2006, 05:22 PM   #24
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DX to CX tranny swap.

DX to CX tranny swap. Hopefully I can get SVOboy to stop by soon and help me install it. Actually, I would be handing him wrenches and lemonade while he installs it.
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Old 05-16-2006, 05:55 PM   #25
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Quote:DX to CX tranny swap.

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DX to CX tranny swap. Hopefully I can get SVOboy to stop by soon and help me install it. Actually, I would be handing him wrenches and lemonade while he installs it.
You can always come here, , that sure would make it quicker, at least.
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Old 05-16-2006, 06:05 PM   #26
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After the Tour De Sol, my

After the Tour De Sol, my wife informed me that I have already spent enough time gallivanting around the country for awhile. I would have to get permission from her to drive clear across tarnation to NJ. And then, if something went wrong and I needed to wait a few days to get a critical part, well I would be in a world of hurt.

Looks like you coming here would be easier. But we will just have to see about that. It seems like not a day goes by when I try to shift from third to fifth, but I am bummed when I figure out that I am already in fifth.
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Old 05-16-2006, 06:07 PM   #27
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Haha, shifting, I miss

Haha, shifting, I miss that.

I had to drive a jeep at the shop today that was stick and the dog stench was so disorienting I missed the park brake light and killed it, I was made fun of.
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maybe when i decide on a

maybe when i decide on a tool kit and a thing to lift your car off the ground I can do my first oil change!

but i heard changing the manual tranny fluid is tough hmmmmmm i really want to put the synthetic fluids and see the boost!!!
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Old 05-17-2006, 05:14 AM   #29
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Manual trannyu fluid

Manual trannyu fluid shouldn't be hard. Just get a good long funnel. I did my friend's auto with you car and all I needed to complete the easiness was a big *** funnel (2 foot long or so).
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Manual trannyu fluid shouldn't be hard. Just get a good long funnel. I did my friend's auto with you car and all I needed to complete the easiness was a big *** funnel (2 foot long or so).
I just used a regular funnel with 3/8" fuel hose attached to the end. Luckily I used 0W-20 because it took 1/2 hr to get the 2 quarts in. It might take hours for 30W.
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