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    Default '94 Firebird formula

    Sitting home bored and I thought I'd update the build thread since I haven't posted in a while. Car is parked for winter, though I'm not sure why with this weather lol. Winter projects are:
    - Install wideband
    - Get nitrous hooked up (probably 100 or 150 shot)
    -Clean up wiring in engine bay
    - Remove the ABS crap and replace with willwood bias adjuster
    - Install projectors/HIDs
    - 5% tint
    - I really need new tires. With all that brake in the front it needs more grip, and the tires in the back are bald. Probably going to go with 285F/295R Nitto NT05s. I had those on my 17x11s and liked them a lot.

    I also am having some valve covers powder coated by 347convert, and couldn't stand the thought of the ugly stock truck coil brackets on nice covers. I found these coil brackets made by MA Performance and thought they looked cool so I grabbed a set.




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    Cool! Thanks for the update!

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    Looks like a fun project!
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    Got my [RiffRaff]Versace cranberry vampire[/RiffRaff] valve covers from the powder coater, I can't wait to see them on the car!!!






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    Traded a set of C5 wagon wheels for a Edelbrock strut tower brace and a Summit Racing differential cover this weekend, I'll toss them on once it's a little warmer. Who know when the diff fluid was last changed.

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    factory 10 bolt cover?

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    Currently, yes. this is the new one

    http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sm...00nl/overview/

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    Mini update: been a slow winter because i got into shooting pistols so now the car has to share it's budget lol. I just finished up getting the Wideband and bottle warmer in. I still need to replace the plugs, and make the little thing for the IAT sensor to pull timing for the spray and get a fitting to hook a pressure gauge onto the bottle and then it'll be ready to spray the 5.3.

    As soon as it goes back to spring I've got a little pile of parts to get installed (valve covers, diff cover, STB, LCA relocation brackets) but nothing too fun.

    Here's a pic of the new Innovate PSN-1 wideband for nitrous that I got, it's got some pretty cool features. It will automatically stop spraying if it leans out or the bottle pressure drops below set amounts, and it's got a RPM window switch built into it.
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    Are those switches in the AC vent for the climate control?

    I amassed a decent pile of parts over the winter as well. As soon as the weather breaks I am down for some cruising. I live on the other side of Stockbridge.
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    Their for the windows, I don't have any interior so there wasn't many places to put them. Under the dash is completely empty so the vents are useless.

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