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Post by texanwitharake on 5/10/2008, 16:09

























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Re: my catera

Post by Admin on 5/10/2008, 17:19

Holy cow that thing got a NOS kit... wow... how much of a shot do you got on it.... thats flippin sweet.

I have been looking into something like that as well just havent quite figured out if thats the way I wanna go with.

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Post by Albatross on 5/11/2008, 14:24

What size engine is in it and how do you fit a NOS kit?

Is that really a soft top or just made to look like one?

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Post by texanwitharake on 5/11/2008, 14:55

its the 3.0 v6
im currently working on a how - to on how to install the nos it will take me a couple days to get the how-to completed

its a mock top it came with the Gold package that came with the car it gives it an intresting look though i must say

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Post by Albatross on 5/11/2008, 16:48

Cool, I look forward to the NOS how-to. What sort of power does it give you and will it strain the engine? (Shorten its life)

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Post by texanwitharake on 5/11/2008, 22:55

ive got a fairly small shot so it dosent really toss up that much power. with such a small shot you dont need to worry about it shortening the life of our engines.

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