[V8] Re: steel brake lines....

rmwoodbury at downeast.net rmwoodbury at downeast.net
Tue May 10 12:29:27 EDT 2005

Probably not.  I'm not really keen about shifting for myself, especially 
since the power band of this engine with automatic transmission is so 
smooth.  I might consider doing a bit of engine stuff, though.  I have 
wondered what might be available in the way of camshafts, and I also have 
wondered what simple polishing of the intake runners might do, coupled 
with a "chip" in the ecu.  At the end of the day, I would probably 
maintain the car as stock favoring reliability over any added "punch" 
which is not really usable in this non-Autobahn land of ours.


> Roger M. Woodbury wrote:
> > For my next V8, the only real modification that I will be 
> > at all interested in will be bigger brakes and sixteen inch 
> > wheels, IF the wheels are even necessary.
> What? No 5-speed manual?
> --
> Kent McLean
> '94 100 S Avant, "Moody"
> '89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy" up in smoke
> '56 Austin-Healey 100 BN2, for sale

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