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About D-a-n-i-e-l

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  1. E-85

    You can get more power and smoother performance, but fuel milage will drop. From what I have read it is equal to running 106 octane. Some say you need special tanks and lines to run it, but I have my doubts about that aspect.
  2. LED Replacement Headlights for Reattas?

    I added a relay or two. I will have to go back and check for sure but I know it all looks and works like factory and works with any light.
  3. LED Replacement Headlights for Reattas?

    Trucklite work great
  4. air shocks

  5. I need your help!

    88-90 break test thread/instructions. Dianostics for both year sets. Headlight door repair/link to repair video. Also a definition of common terms used in reference to these cars: SS, GCC, and the few others we use.
  6. Off topic PARTS manual 1999 Riviera

    Tonkin parts online. They use the GM part drawings and you can pick your parts yourself. Just a suggestion.
  7. Performance Muffler Applications on Reattas

    You really won't see any gains unless you tune the car.
  8. Engine swap

  9. LeBra 55341-01

    What is shipping to 79924?
  10. What to do with dead Reatta

    Where is the car?
  11. Brighter fog lights

    No can bus issue with the fog lights.
  12. Brighter fog lights

    I used 55 watt silverstars for a long time with no issues. That being said increasing the brightness defeats the purpose of fog lights. I still running 6500k led lights in mine.
  13. Running very rich

    What about your spark plugs? When was the last time they were changed? I have only seen them cause black smoke on a lawn mower, but it may be worth a check.
  14. Finally Done: Series III and F40 Six Speed Swap

    Thank you, but until someone figures out how to upgrade the suspension, I will not be finished.
  15. Finally Done: Series III and F40 Six Speed Swap

    One other thing I have not posted yet. On the first test drive, about thirty miles around the island of Oahu, I snapped an axle/CV shaft. After spending a bit researching and trying to get a stock G6 axle I ended up having a custom set made. It cost me about $600, but are capable of holding 500 HP each. The stock G6 axles have had many instances of snapping even in the stock application.