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  1. doww301
    10-28-2015 12:58 AM - permalink
    Hi Jerry;
    I had this posted for about a day and a half and have had no answers to my questions. I was hoping you could shed some light on this for me. Here is what I posted: I was removing the rear hoist bracket to install a fast 102 and I accidentally broke the 3 pin female plug that goes into the oil pressure sending unit. I found a replacement plug at parts geek, but the wires aren't color coded like the factory three wire harness. There is a green wire, a yellow and green wire and a brown and white wire. I need to know which wire goes to the single plug that is closest to the snap connector, and also which ones go to the bottom left and right connections. Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is not covered in the shop manuals. Thanks in Advance!!
  2. doww301
    10-19-2015 09:43 PM - permalink
    Hi Jerry: I first wanted to thank you for all the help you've given me with all the questions I've asked you! If you would please indulge me with one more. I have a fast 102 intake for LS2 and, I attempted to install it yesterday, 10/18. However, there is a bracket for hoisting the engine up that's located just behind the intake manifold- not a problem for the stocker, but, it seems to be a big problem for the 102. I was able to reach around the back and found one bolt which I think is 17mm. I was also told by somebody that he THINKS there is a second bolt somewhere in there, but I haven't found it so far. Anyway, I think I can get the top bolt out with a pivoting/ratcheting wrench. Since I know you also have a 102 intake, I figured you must have dealt with this issue. So, if you could please tell me how you removed that bracket with the engine in the car I would really appreciate it! Thanks again for all your help and patience!

    Don Wallace
  3. KarliniSmeagol11
    06-07-2015 07:35 PM - permalink
    Svede1212 - I have the 6 speed manual - thanks for your input I really appreciate it and I will relay to the differential specialist - all the best
  4. KarliniSmeagol11
    06-06-2015 08:31 PM - permalink
    svede1212 - always enjoy your posts - I have a technical question -- I am getting my differential repaired by a specialist in differential repairs that has worked on 2006 GTO's before - my car came with a ratio of 346 which was not stock and is not available anymore - I was going to go with a 373 - I don't drag race but am no angel - any thoughts on the best ratio - I have time and money on my side to make the best decision Thanks Karl
  5. LS2GTOs
    02-07-2015 10:48 AM - permalink
    Are you still making svede intake and if so how much and what is the usual wait time?
  6. dreamcar
    02-21-2014 03:44 PM - permalink
    just got my goat 9 days ago anf having probs with it. if you could please check out my thread "service vehicle soon" and let me know if you have any input
  7. pocketmaster
    01-13-2014 08:38 PM - permalink
    Is it a good idea to change your clutch fluid after a hard freeze?? Only reason I ask is because I just changed mine and it made a WORLD of difference. We had a hard freeze a few weeks back and my clutch was being very NOT user friendly.....It is only 2 years old Monster Clutch
  8. balamas23
    09-26-2013 09:49 AM - permalink
    Can you tell me what kind of rims you got on your goat?
  9. Salvos
    03-27-2013 11:51 PM - permalink
    Hey man, i'm kinda new to the forum and i've read some of your posts and i'd like to chat a little bit about my car and the somewhat dissapointing 1/4 track experience not sure if something is up with my car...
  10. x47544F
    07-16-2012 08:59 PM - permalink
    One more question. Since I have the SNL 102mm MAF I should have a built in IAT sensor already so I don't need the upgraded IAT sensor. However, my question is if you have logged any temperature difference between a built in IAT in a MAF and the relocated IAT with the intake. (I know you are SD) My guess is that there shouldn't exist any measurable difference which I am hoping for since even at idle there is a lot of air passing the MAF sensor. I understand the benefits from the faster responding IAT sensor but I want to make sure that the accuracy of the incoming charge temperature is as accurate as possible.

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    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    My Car (GTO or other)
    2004 Blk/Rd[/color] M6 (Ziggy)
    Power - DIY ORTCAI|!MAF|HP Tuners w/LC-1|SLP LTs|FTI cam|SLP UD Pul
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    2004 Blk/Rd M6
    6.3 litre LS1

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