I have 2 sets of 96 tails, with no broken tabs.
The driver side light of one has a minor scuff that is able to be buffed out.
I have some 1000 grit wet sand paper I will buff it out.
You wont be able to tell.
Just wanted to be up front about it.
I would rate these as 8/10 or 9/10.
$100 shipped OBO for each set.
Feel free to call if you have Q's. (317) 403-one eight nine three.
Nice Intake Elbow, PCMs, Throttle Body, and Knock Module
Intake elbow with nice hard plastic shell outside, polished metal inner lining, and a "tornado" unit inside provides added spiral air flow benefit. Can anyone give me some added details on who makes this? Looks like a nice unit, just never seen one. Not sure what to ask for this piece.
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I have an aftermarket 48 mm Throttle Body that is very nice and painted black.
The TB will also include a gasket rebuild kit and an air foil piece for added air flow efficiency.
I bought this to get bored out to a 52mm.
Just never had it done.
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LT1 knock module that mounts inside the PCM.
$50 OBO shipped.
...except that you just did most of that. Just saying. This.
Dean - Seems like a good price to me, especially shipped. If I wasn't going LSx I'd be considering them. A buddy of mine is building a Camaro and may be interested in them depending on mileage. Do you know how many miles they have?
Its all good guys.
No hard feelings.
Just want to get rid of them.
Make me an offer if yuo think they are too high.
I didn't really research any of this to see what others sold for recently either.
I need to sell a few things to get soem new tires/rims.
If I can get something for them, then I will be happy.
They are collecting dust on my shelf!
I sold the car they were gonna go in.
Lotsacars - I dont remember the mileage on them, I got them from a guy locally. I wanna say it was around 80k-90k miles. I haven't touched them since I got them, except to disassemble them. But I labeled the cylinder numbers where everything came from.
Dont quote me on this.
Your 94 is OBDI and the car these came from was an OBDII.
But I dont believe there is any difference in the heads between the OBDI and OBDII.
So, I would say they would fit.
But I would do my "due dilligence", and verify just to make sure.
You might look at some of the "sticky" posts in the engine modification section regarding heads, to see if that topic is discussed.
Yes, both of these were in my first SS.
Obviously, the stock was in the SS, then I upgraded to the 2400 stall.
The only reason I took out the 2400, was I upgraded to a 3000 yank when I upgraded my cam. This converter will work awesome with a stock motor/rear end. The setup I had with it was a stock motor and a 3:73 rear end.