V for victory
05-21-12, 11:31 AM
So, Sunday morning I wake up and decide to go to my own church, and take a two hour drive through the back county roads of Bucks County PA. I drive the caddy hard and prolonged 5k+ rpm intervals while having a great drive. By the time my drive is almost complete I swear the car is griping harder, pulling harder and shifting smoother. I'm no mechanic, and maybe I'm crazy but IMO the car was acting so much better. any thoughts gentlemen...
Title correction: Back road driving
05-21-12, 11:13 PM
I did this too, about two months ago.
We went out of town for a golf tournament, and the next morning on the way back we stayed off the interstate and stuck to the back roads.
2 hours of hard driving on a sunday morning, and PLENTY of strange looks :shocked2: from people in their yards. Things were going great till I got back in to town.
The transmission would not come out of first gear unless the car was not moving. :banghead:
I'm glad you had better luck than me! I know you sure enjoyed the ride, and this is what these cars were made for.
I'll be back on the road again soon with a new LS7 clutch, Kooks 1-7/8 LTs, new Revshift motor mounts, and a rebuilt T56 -with no 6th gear vibes anymore!
05-23-12, 12:41 PM
Throttle response will adapt to your driving style.