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  1. #41
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    that's smart....using your bad knee to support the ratchet ;-)

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    Pro-Touring outside the USA !
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    Any updates Larry ??
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    Smoothing the new oil pan before I install the baffles and install it

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    These are so cool! I ordered a number of pre-printed wires from Ron Francis Wiring and it arrived today. Along with everything else you could possibly need they also sell stuff to make your life easier. These are only a few of the printed wires they sell. I ordered them for all four windows, power door locks, trunk release, backup lights, accessory lighting, air conditioning and more.













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  5. #45
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    Larry any pictures of after the oil pan was tumbled?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Callahan View Post
    Smoothing the new oil pan before I install the baffles and install it.
    Where did you have that done? I should do mine before I install it.

    shawn

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    Nice to have access to all the cool toys! I'd like to see how it looks too. Larry are you painting the block or clear coating it to make it easier to keep clean? I'm thinking of doing mine in clear. I never noticed how rough the block is on an LS before.
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    I will post pictures of it soon. I thought about clear coating the block but thought I would be nuts for doing it. Maybe it's not such a crazy idea?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wally_245 View Post
    Where did you have that done? I should do mine before I install it.

    shawn
    I snuck it in at the day job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Callahan View Post
    I snuck it in at the day job.
    Larry how long will that have to run to smooth it out? A few days? Is it stainless steel pins in there for media?
    I was thinking of using Eastwood ceramic clear on my motor. I just don't want to use anything that will retain heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    Larry how long will that have to run to smooth it out? A few days? Is it stainless steel pins in there for media?
    I was thinking of using Eastwood ceramic clear on my motor. I just don't want to use anything that will retain heat.
    They are ceramic triangles with an abrasive mixed in with it. It took a total of 3 hours and really I should have left it maybe another hour and I think I will do that on Monday and then show everyone what it did. I now wish I has shown it before. It was really rough and my Nephew cut himself on it twice while I was removing everything from it to prepare for deburring.
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    I'm looking forward to having a decent stereo in MotiV8r. I've owned it for almost 30 years and in all that time it has never had working radio in it. I know I know, the sound of the engine should be all you need but you have to admit that after a few hours some tunes would really be nice. The many of the other features of the Pioneer AVIC-8100NEX will be nice as well. Navigation, Pandora, backup camera, hands free calls, voice commands, tire pressure monitoring and a capacitive touch screen will be nice as well.



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    MotiV8tr will be styling with that in her.
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    Do you have access to a vibrating bin big enough for a cylinder block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenova View Post
    Do you have access to a vibrating bin big enough for a cylinder block?

    Ken
    I wish!
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    I never realized how rough the casting is on the outside of an LS block!
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    Here is a slightly longer oil pan video showing the end results

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    Larry,
    Question on the rear end. Since you sent it back to Moser did you give any consideration to converting it to a floater since it will have to be cut anyway? A 12 bolt floater would be pretty unique since most of them are based on 9" housings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJDMan View Post
    Larry,
    Question on the rear end. Since you sent it back to Moser did you give any consideration to converting it to a floater since it will have to be cut anyway? A 12 bolt floater would be pretty unique since most of them are based on 9" housings.
    I did something even better and I'll be shooting video this weekend.

    I don't want to give away everything I did yet but I'll give you a hint. It's initials are ABS

    LOL!
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    Good stuff Larry, it's always cool to see a well built car get changes down the road.
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