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05-01-2006 01:14 PM
iwantaviggen
Quote:
Originally Posted by BLE 9-3se
Make sure to replace all the clamps as they will more than likely (even in San Jose) have gone to crap. NAPA -- 12 bucks.
its not my car...
so what im doing is trading exhausts for a day
a stock system for my full 3" system and then i can smog it before i get the stage 4 in..
CA is very picky and i dont wana take chances
05-01-2006 12:53 PM
Palmer I wanna market that shit.

Imagine a matte black spray bottle, with thick shiny stencil-look letters that say "bust a nut"

It would even gleam off your garage shelf in low light conditions, and the matte finish would give you a good grip when things get slippery...


Or something.
05-01-2006 12:51 PM
VAGGEN Make sure to replace all the clamps as they will more than likely (even in San Jose) have gone to crap. NAPA -- 12 bucks.
05-01-2006 12:50 PM
Blaque Good job Palmer.. I like "Bust-a-Nut".
05-01-2006 12:41 PM
WyldSaabMan
Quote:
Originally Posted by StX221
yeah you called it the nut-buster whilst doing the clutch swap.
but i remember jk's alling it bust-a-nut in one of his posts last night too.

same difference no less.
WOW i suprise myself sometimes with the shit I come up with and dont even remember it.

Quote:
Originally Posted by JK9000s
Not to nit-pick but Palmer was the person that I got "Bust-a-Nut" from [IMG]images/smilies/icon_lol.gif[/IMG] I just used it...he deserves the credit for that.
Good to see credit is going to the right person
05-01-2006 12:38 PM
JK
Quote:
Originally Posted by WyldSaabMan
actually JK9000s coined it "bust-a-nut"


or did I call it "nut-buster" when we were doing your clutch swap?
Not to nit-pick but Palmer was the person that I got "Bust-a-Nut" from I just used it...he deserves the credit for that.
05-01-2006 12:37 PM
StX221 yeah you called it the nut-buster whilst doing the clutch swap.
but i remember jk's alling it bust-a-nut in one of his posts last night too.

same difference no less.
05-01-2006 12:29 PM
WyldSaabMan
Quote:
Originally Posted by StX221
or as josh coined it, "Nut-buster" but seriously, if you are gonna pull the exhaust for anything, spray the nuts/bolts with PB Blaster for a few hours and just keep soaking them. do it for a couple days before you even try to pull it. unless there is zero rust. it will help you out immensely.

Nick

whats the exhaust coming off for anyways???
actually JK9000s coined it "bust-a-nut"


or did I call it "nut-buster" when we were doing your clutch swap?
05-01-2006 12:27 PM
iwantaviggen oh oh yeah yeah
i have some anti lock stuff to spray on there
05-01-2006 12:23 PM
StX221 or as josh coined it, "Nut-buster" but seriously, if you are gonna pull the exhaust for anything, spray the nuts/bolts with PB Blaster for a few hours and just keep soaking them. do it for a couple days before you even try to pull it. unless there is zero rust. it will help you out immensely.

Nick

whats the exhaust coming off for anyways???
05-01-2006 12:20 PM
JK to get the old exhaust off...I assume that is what you are going to do, right?

The bolts can be siezed and PB blaster is a penetrating oil the helps loosen bolts
05-01-2006 12:08 PM
iwantaviggen
Quote:
Originally Posted by JK9000s
PB blaster will help tons
???
05-01-2006 12:06 PM
JK Bingo! All bolted togeather...PB blaster will help tons
05-01-2006 12:05 PM
iwantaviggen
quick exhaust question...

its been a wile siece i've seen one...

stock 9-3 exhaust is it all bolted to gether?
could i take one of and put it back on with a jack and a wrench?
no cutting needed to get it out????

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