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Gerardo pacheco

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Sep 12, 2020
El paso, Texas
Looks like you picked up a second one. What's the first step for it? I just got my first one a couple months ago but I've already been looking for another. . .
Err they both don't work at the moment
Wanted to use the black one as a daily but due to my ignorancy and laziness it bend some vavle

However i tend to look at the bright side of the bad and I get to spend some time porting and polishing the majority of the exhaust system.

Thought I am stuck on purchasing items to take the head out and polish in a timely matter the materials like sand paper, rough and some new tools/gaskets here and there and I should be ready to go!
 

kingje1

Proven Member
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13
Feb 27, 2022
Nashville, Tennessee
So it sounds like you'll be rebuilding the head/valvetrain and taking care of some other stuff in the meantime. Sounds good man, I'd love to see pictures of it as I'm sure at some point I'll need to get in there myself.
 

Gerardo pacheco

Probationary Member
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Sep 12, 2020
El paso, Texas
Of course brother!
Gives me the opportunity to experience something new and with it hopefully some lessons

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kingje1

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Feb 27, 2022
Nashville, Tennessee
Great job on that man, those pipes look clean and smooth in there. I also like the positive outlook. I need to learn from that. Whenever I break down it's an opportunity to fix it and learn something new. I remember when I was younger and first working on cars I used to think that way too. I'm going to try to get back to that. Keep it up man.
 
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