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Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: North Baltimore, Oh
Re: Kill Stick
PIMA (Pain In My A$$) is my car's name. I don't even want to try to list all the part failures it has had. This is the second summer for not running, but it is close to being put back together.
I had a slight higher RPM vibration. This is my second tear down in 5,000 miles, and after replacing/modifying several parts, I noticed the pilot bearing was shot. The transmission kit I got had a roller bearing for a pilot bearing, and there was no bearings left in the pilot. I replaced it with a non-magnetic pilot bushing from National, so we should be good there. My QuickTime bell housing was not centered, so that is probably what took out the pilot. It was .014 TIR and I got it to .006 TIR, so it should be good now.
PIMA is a good name for my car. I do miss driving it, and it'll be running soon...I hope.
'69 Chevelle SS (ON THE ROAD NOW!
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Engine parts: (Heads, cam & lifters from Lewis Racing Engines)
ZZ502 Short block
AFR 305 CNC 106cc Chambers 8002 springs
Bullet HR ADV Dur 295/297 238/242 @ .050 .680/.650-110 LSA-108 ICL Morel lifters
Holley Avenger MPFI
T-56 Magnum trans with hydraulic McLeod RST