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    No.....You MUST have a front plate in California. If you leave it off they ticket you!


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    Bummer..that sucks! They are pretty lienant(sp) here. I had a cool front plate on our 80 Malibu...UL LOOZ

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    I hope it was spelled backwards...'Cause I'd have to read it in my rear view mirror!

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    ahahaha...cute! Oh yea...like your 91 Seville would have dusted my Malibu...hehe...maybe the van? LMAO!

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    There are some interesting mods under the hood of my Seville! So it most likely would. But I was really refering to the bike! being in California and Modifying a car that has to pass their stringent smog reg's you need to modify smart! My Cad's a real sleeper though......The Van? It can't get out of it's own way in a tail wind going downhill!

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    hehe...cool! What kinda mods ya got? Our Malibu had a 454LS-6 in her, she was really built for racing...we never raced her.
    But she was set up real nice. Damn I miss that car...oh well..guess I'll have to do some mods to the '91 huh? LOL!

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    Mainly I've adressed a number of flow issues that I had with the heads....Modified the Injection a bit and had some minor tranny mods done to make it a little more positive shifting and capable of handling more torque! The engine breathes better now and that helps a lot. The only real problem I have with it now performance wise is the FWD weight transfer/traction issue. That problem is essentially non cureable so I've got to use a lot of patience gettin' it off the line! These are seat of the pants mods and seem to have worked well but I will admit I don't have any numbers to back up the changes...The thing just hauls ass! And that's plenty good for me!

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    Hauling ass is always good!

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    All you have to do is pick up the body and flip it around backwards. Then the weight transfer will work FOR you. God!! Do I have to do ALL the thinking around here

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    I knew this guy would come in handy.....Man! He knows everything!!! My Hero!

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    It's hard to be humble man

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    Originally posted by Katshot
    It's hard to be humble man

    I Know the feeling!!!

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    I knew that you would

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    Anyway, back to the limo, that thing is pretty badass. I'm all for it, especially if it had some rumble so people heard you coming and going too!

    I remember in high school, I saw this limo that I wanted to get for the senior prom. If I remember correctly, it was an early 90's Fleetwood, purple with purple neons, on hydros, and with spoked rims. Big Pimpin...BUT, the little lady wouldn't go for it. Ah well, no tatse obviously...she ended up marrying a Ford guy anyway!

    Cheers,
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