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Old 05-05-2011, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by brains06 View Post
ok that sounds about right. I figured that by keeping the stock muffler I probably wouldnt suffer that much if any. I just cut em to get the truck to run so I could chase down the rest of the vacuum/ignition issues I have. Once I get it all straightened out I'll move to the cat plus hi-flow muffler. Hopefully I'll get to see her running right today. I had a coolant loss problem that turned out to be freezeplugs. My mechanic replaced them last night and is gonna look into the ignition stuff before giving it back to me. Hes doing me a favor so if he cant find it easily, I'll take over. If this all works out I should have a nice little hot rod with the 318/5 speed combo!
Hope you get her all worked out bud. I'd kill to have a 5 speed in my truck. Good luck and let us know how it goes!
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