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  • New Site, New Test

    New Site, New Test

    Why create an article? Because we need to be able to find important information long after your Facebook post is lost in a BBS style thread setup....
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    Last edited by SappySE107; 10-04-2016, 11:08 PM.

  • Saginaw power steering pump - Resealing....

    Saginaw power steering pump - Resealing....

    Hi folks! Sorry I've been offline for quite some time. Been working overseas and it's been crazy! Anyway I finally got around to fixing the leaking steering pump on my 84 Century. As far as I know the PUMP is original to the 1987 year engine (which i bought as a core engine). For quite some time, it has leaked oil slowly, so that if the car sits for a month or so, all the oil is gone out of the steering pump. So, today I fixed it. I was quoted a high sum of money for a "rebuilt" pump of dubious quality. Forget the chinese knock-off ones. The seal kit was about $15. This is a picture-intense thread, because that's the best way to explain the steps. There is nothing hard about this, but you do need a couple special tools (pulley remove / install tool, and drill press). The puller is available for rental from Advance Autp Parts. There are several variants of this pump. The main difference is the shape of the reservoir. The repair procedure is the same for them all, aside from the reservoir removal could vary a little. The pump...
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  • Inside the LFX

    Inside the LFX

    Originally from GM Powertrain...
    The SRX’s new LFX 3.6L direct-injected V-6 delivers an SAE-certified 308 horsepower (230 kW) and 265 lb.-ft. of torque (359 Nm), with efficiency-enhancing features including direct injection and continuously variable valve timing. Peak torque is achieved at only 2,400 rpm and is maintained through 5,300 rpm. The LFX is also E85 ethanol-capable.
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  • 3.6L DI Heads w/Integrated Exhaust Manifolds

    3.6L DI Heads w/Integrated Exhaust Manifolds

    I think we have briefly discussed the new integrated exhaust manifold heads in the forums before, and it seemed most people were against it with the inability to install better flowing headers, etc. After watching the video, and reading the associated article, it actually seems that these may have some good potential. It sure would be interesting to get one of these heads to take a hands-on look at. With that said, onto the video and article!
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  • GM Direct Injection Video

    GM Direct Injection Video

    Originally from GM Powertrain...
    PONTIAC, Mich. – Anyone who has ever played the game “telephone” knows that the more times a message gets passed along, the less accurate it will be when it gets to its destination. The same thing applies to feeding fuel to an engine.

    Across-the-board use of direct injection in the Buick lineup is helping to take translation layers out of the delivery process to reduce both fuel consumption and emissions. Buick is the only domestic brand powered exclusively by direct injected engines.
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