Okay si I have a 6.2 detroit diesel and it has like a tick/ knock noise, I checked it with a stethoscope and it IS NOT a rod I think it is a valve out of adjustment, but I am not sure.. It is really vibraty at and around 1500 rpm and I'm just curious

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Okay tell me how everyone thinks, I got a 2002 Sunfire, tell me what you think of this

Swapping for a 2.4 DOHC Ecotec
- Larger Cams
- Larger Valves
- Ported Head
- Ported intake
- Electric Water pump, Electric Power Steering Pump, and Electric AC Compressor.
- Header
- Complete Dual Exhaust with Borla ProXs Mufflers
- Dual Electric Fans
- With an HHR LT Sport ECM
- Dyno Tune

Let me know what you think with it

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Body work all done time for all kinds of taping,then first two colors, (mercenaries silver, factory indigo blue always liked that color it's why I bought the car) I'm thinking of two more COLORS any thoughts

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And the greatest part about a Coilover suspension is you can lift your car when you go camping. ( this is a picture of my car on top of cach mountain in Oregon) I actually climbed a mountain on an ATV trail.( would not recommend it there were two points where I was about sure that thing was going to go to tumbling down the mountain) but it made for quite a story to tell and a lot of really cool pictures. Lol
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Sharing what I learned the hard way... never place a woofer facing straight up... got that 15" stuck when I jumped a railroad track. (Barely cleared the adjacent intersection maby 16" off the ground barely in 3rd for like 2 secconds ) but the landing was hard enough to make the suspension bottom out. Normaly I stick the landing so clean there's just a smooth landing. (That's why I have springs that are so ridiculously stiff)
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A close up in day light.
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What do ya think work in progress
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Do not buy!! Another hard lesson, although I drive very hard these warped in way under 90days and I tried to contact manufacturer for over 90days to no avail ... seriously they have no intention of honoring their warranty. I found another company that makes dimpled slotted rotors here in the states that have held up to years of my driving for cheaper (that's even with the simi metallic pads that come free with the rotors. ) and we all know that ceramic pads are the best way to go.
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