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I didnt see this appear on the list the first time...
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 19:47:21 -0500
From: Douglas Hansen <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: lots of GT6 Questions!!
References: <38AC8E97.41C2A668@ix.netcom.com> <38AC94E6.54E8C010@gte.net>
I can remove the Overflow/vapor collector thing right?
what/where does it attach to? the carbs or the intake man.?
dash sounds good; but not in a hurry
did you get a diff case yet?
Joe Curry wrote:
> Douglas Hansen wrote:
> > I have a lot of questions considering Spit 6... and GT6...
> > first of all I found a small black tank on the left side right above
> > my fuel
> > tank on my GT6.... what is it??
> Overflow/vapor collector (US emissions junk)
> > -------
> > would anyone have an OLD GT6+ ('70) dash that I could get or get a
> > drawing
> > of so I can make a copy for a dash... which I dont have nor have any
> > idea what
> > it looks like....
> I'll ship you the 3 pieces I took out of the GT6 I parted out. How
> about 20 bucks including shipping?
> > -------
> > would anyone know how to test a rear end (diff) to see if its ok? the
> > PO said
> > the diff that I have for my GT is bad but seems ok; it came out of
> > the car...
> The best test is a road test listening for howling or other noise. but
> you can check for other things by moving the input shaft and reversing
> it to see how much play it has, also rotate the output shafts
> separately and together to see how they function.
> > ------
> > I also got an extra diff with the car which looks just like a GT or
> > spit diff
> > but the Number Doesn't match anything!!! the # starts with GA ?? #:
> > GA130447
> GA is from a Herald and would most likely be 4.11.
> > -----
> > dumb ? here...
> > how exchangeable are the spit and GT trans? they look the same but
> > just with
> > different bell housing... would I burn a spit trans on a GT?
> You would have to lengthen the input shaft to fit through the longer
> bell housing that is required for the larger clutch. I wouldn't try
> using a SPit clutch on a 6 cyl. The process of lengthening the input
> shaft probably makes it not worth the trouble.
> > I'm thinking about making a Spit6 with extra GT engine and Spit
> > bodys...
> You will need my GT6 bonnet to clear the engine !!! It's here waiting
> for you!!!
> "If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
> -- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer