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JUSTA6

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JUSTA6 last won the day on January 16

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About JUSTA6

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  • Birthday 08/12/1958

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  • Location
    Pontiac Michigan
  • Interests
    Volleyball fanatic, Huntin, boats, motorcycles, snowmobiles. Retired Pontiac Motor Div.

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Steve
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1966
  • Car
    GTO/ Sunbird
  • Engine
    421/231
  • Style
    Hatchback
  • Color
    RED/White

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  1. Might be the same side, but looks like you have Wrongways different tub. How did ya do that?
  2. In front of the fuse box, left side of steering column.
  3. E flashers? My 66 does not have em. Don't know a start year. Welcome to FP
  4. We needed more Sunbirds here. Look forward to chattin it up in the forum. Welcome!
  5. Seems like the old debate over electric water pumps back in the day was 6-9hp. Factor in the cost/added weight plus an extra expensive belt on a street package, not worth my time/$$$. I'm guessing less HP for the fan setup as there is no drag like the water pump moving liquid. There would have to be some HP gain.
  6. No point reduction...... You JUSTA added style points!
  7. Hope that's a custom 4 core. Go big, always better.
  8. I had huge heating issues with the GTO when 1st put er on the road. Was very easy to make a pretty good lookin shroud that did make a huge difference. But did not solve the problem. Eventually replaced the entire system from thermostat to radiator and a correct shroud and fan. (mostly for looks) Now runs in the 170 to 190 range depending on outside temps. Considered electric fans, esp since I could make it continue to cool after shutting the car off. Woodward Dream Cruise is for the VETRAN cruisers to know how to avoid the parking lot conditions. Overheating cars and their owners try
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