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Loader Launcher Module. Trooooop. I think a single six pack would fit back there.
Stickman, put insulation on every soft surface under the hood, or you will probably melt it all. I have seen cars with every harness melted and dripping plastic.
Stickman - Looks like we have the same car
I see that you lowered the car some - Would you happen to have the original front springs from the hearse by chance?
The car has a unique look to it - initially I wasn't too keen on it, but seeing it come together it looks really good now!
We'd love to see that Monster at the ISSCA Nationals in Pittsburg this summer!
Check it out: 2019 Nationals Homepage - Impala SS Clubs of America
Here you go.Stickman... any chance you could post a picture of the engine bay?
I believe the commercial Fleetwoods had no ABS, and I'm curious what the brake line plumbing looks like.
No the Commercial chassis cars are both traction control and ABS delete carsDo the commercial Fleetwoods have traction control? What does the throttle cable look like?
Really, what I'm getting at is this:No the Commercial chassis cars are both traction control and ABS delete cars
You mean on the TB? They are all the sameReally, what I'm getting at is this:
I'm curious if the throttle cable assembly from the commercial chassis could be used by people like me to delete the traction control on the regular Fleetwood. It sounds like it.
The regular Fleetwood has a completely different throttle cable assembly. It is tied into the giant traction control octopus.You mean on the TB? They are all the same