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    So disappointed

    Wonder how easy it is to cut out the back section and weld in a new one? Guess we'll find out.
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    How to vent LS3?

    No - somehow after 5 years of no problems my tune went "bad" and basically started pouring fuel at idle, which was then washing the cylinder walls and causing the smoke. How a tune works fine for 5yrs and then goes bad I dunno; if I hadn't seen it I wouldn't have believed it. But the catch...
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    Mason’s Build: Superlite SLC

    I've seen (or at least I think I've seen) several cars with a very wide center spline. Not sure why either.
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    Dan's Build

    GM keeps changing part numbers on the engine controller and crate engines - the last one I bought was superceded above the prior one - not sure why the effort on their part to do it Hope it works out; I know how painful it is to chase gremlins and hope like hell the solution of replace...
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    CPW (Current Performance Wiring) made mine. It was nicely done, although when tuning it with the Holley dominator it did have some trouble registering it. I've never been convinced it's a good idea to extend the wiring - unless you stuck the fuse box at the very rear of the car, there should...
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    C8 Corvette Transaxle

    Bah, be a manly man and stick a built 930 transaxle in there. Bestest transaxle ever. Weighs next to nothing, can be built to handle infinite torque and you don't really need more than 4 gears anyways.
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    So disappointed

    Bang it out with a hammer ... close enough :)
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    So disappointed

    That's pretty bullshit - make sure to spam the shit out of what a scam is then Btw, I wasn't aware Gary's car got wrecked ... never saw any posts about it.
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    New Transaxle Option

    and now we wait to find out if this will become vaporware like all of the other transaxles that were going to come to market ... dun dun dunnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
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    Door latch

    I think they're Bear Claw Autolocs?
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    Dreaded P0606 Code

    Yes, that's the stock throttle map table. If you want you can send me your tune - I don't have the stock tune either but I remember enough to know what tables have been changed
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    Dreaded P0606 Code

    FWIW, if you have hp tuners your throttle area A map (engine->air flow -> electronic throttle -> Map A) should look liek the below - all the gmpp tunes i've seen are always the same .... note the warning at the bottom of the screen - i.e., if you adjust this you can brick the PCM The area rate...
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    Fire Extinguisher Mounting

    How do you know? F355 experience? :)
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    Stephan's SLC Build Log

    I guess time will tell with your experience :) Odds are not in your favor :) :) :)
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    Stephan's SLC Build Log

    I don't doubt it can work for certain applications, but it isn't about throwing money at it - I spent ~$10k on it before I gave up - or skill - I went through 3 tuners - it's about compromises. Each tuner ended up at the same point - having to pull all timing from the car just to get it to run...
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    Dreaded P0606 Code

    DBW issues are another code I believe ... if your tuner adjusted the throttle table there's a chance the PCM can randomly brick itself when driving If it's an internal fault in the PCM it's easy to change - upload tune to laptop, remove old PCM, put in new PCM (make sure it's the same model...
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    Stephan's SLC Build Log

    Welcome to the ITB club. Happiest day of my life was when I bought ITBs for my 917 and was like 'FVCK YEA!' when I unboxed them and put them on the car Next happiest day of my life was when I threw those motherfvckers into the garabge - after 4 days on the dyno and nothing but issues I said...
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    Dreaded P0606 Code

    sounds like you need to replace the PCM?
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    Anyone got $420k laying around?

    cue all the mouthbreathers talking about how it's over-priced and then surprised when they get offered pennies on the dollar for theirs
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    Fuel pump preference

    I'm sure the risk of fail/fire is almost zero, but I don't want to be the one. The only reason I used fuel rails was for peace of mind for that 0.0001% event.