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    Took my valve cover off! take a little peek!

    I've decided to replace my valve cover since the methanol incident, and took a few pics for you all to enjoy. I picked up a SWEET* Chevy S10 to putt around in while I wait on parts to come in.

    I picked up this 335 at 42k miles, and used mobil1 0w-40 for the last 20k miles. I'd have to say that it's doing pretty good!

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    *by sweet I mean total piece of $#@!, but hey it gets me to work, and it was $1500.

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    Nice pics, thanks for sharing. Have you cleaned your intake valves recently? they are pretty clean
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    N54 exposure month Click here to enlarge those intake valves look spotless

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    Just waiting for parts lol. pic of the chevy!! Click here to enlarge haha
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    Yup, I did the intake valves about 300 or so miles before the pics. To be honest, there was a very pleasant difference after doing the valves. smooth idle and a slight bump in power. I have new injectors, coils and plugs coming, so this $#@! should run like brand new!
    I'll get a few pics of my 118hp BEAST soon. It's a white '97 shortbed and cab s10 with 282k miles!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ryan Mills Click here to enlarge
    I picked up a SWEET* Chevy S10 to putt around in while I wait on parts to come in.
    Post a thread on it in the American cars section. I'm totally serious, why not? A lot of guys here have DD's.
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    lol, I've got the exact same job planned for next weekend. I decided to get a new set of o2 sensors as well.

    If you haven't done your vacuum lines might as well add them in too!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ryan Mills Click here to enlarge
    Yup, I did the intake valves about 300 or so miles before the pics. To be honest, there was a very pleasant difference after doing the valves. smooth idle and a slight bump in power. I have new injectors, coils and plugs coming, so this $#@! should run like brand new!
    I'll get a few pics of my 118hp BEAST soon. It's a white '97 shortbed and cab s10 with 282k miles!

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