Nice hoses but you still have the hard lines in place??
Yes I do....for now. If I go to a ported blower and better flowing heads I'll do the delete then. Going through the removal, a bit more involved than I wanted to do when I put in the under hood tank and lid at the time.Nice hoses but you still have the hard lines in place??
Moderators, please remove these comments! This wasn’t me! I was at a party on Friday and one of my co-workers found my phone and thought it would be “funny” to post derogatory comments on this forum.As stated before I saw them on Impalas and other LS and LT engines and liked how they made the engine compartment look. They are also stronger.
Besides, no "gheyer" than those wheels.
You can leave up.Moderators, please remove these comments! This wasn’t me! I was at a party on Friday and one of my co-workers found my phone and thought it would be “funny” to post derogatory comments on this forum.
Blades- my apologies! I like those hoses and I wouldn’t spell gay “ghey”!
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I just saw this.
Ah yeah looks like he posted again. My other order is already in thoughI just saw this.
That is a shame.
I know that he was dealing with a family member, mother I think, in the hospital.
But I let him know that you tried to get with him.
Good to know but it would suck worse to have the plastic tee fitting bust while driving, which I have a much higher chance of since I do road course events. I only drive it a few thousand miles a year so water loss is the least of my worries.I was looking for silicone hoses for my Impala and found this:
This would not be a dealer breaker for me in and of itself, but for a variety of reasons I decided against using the silicone hoses,Did you know that water permeates through a silicone coolant hose at a much faster rate then rubber. Watch the video to understand why this information is important for today’s modern fleets and just another example how understanding can help contain your operating cost.aviondemand.com