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Fantastic writeup Ernie. Thanks for the time spent writing that up. I know it will help out many to be F/I owners in the future!

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Most Excellent Write Up Ernie! Thanks for your hard work, I hope you have a great time getting behind the wheel again!





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Ernie...did you install a APS oil pan? If so...where did you purchase it?

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Yes, I bought it at www.grdperformance.com for 395 plus 15 shipping.







Here you can see the oil return line installed.

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Thank you for the informative pics...good luck tomorrow!!!
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Thanks Ernie!

Looking forward to reading about the first Vette that decides to take you on

It&#39;s the experiences of folks like you & KShep that make the roads of the future a little easier to travel by folks like me.

Yes, I have a Z, yes, it is fast & handles good - NO you can&#39;t drive it!


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Thanks a lot for this write up!!! I always try to talk myself into doing it the cheaper way and in the long run I would have probably busted my engine too. This form just help me realize that you can not cut coners if you want to DO THE TWINS RIGHT!!! Thanks a lot
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Pls give me some very good and reputable machine shop that have worked and built a VQ-35DE. Names, tel or email of machine shop. I plan to built an engine.
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No doubt, an excellent post. But I gotta say it, why not put the $20k down on a C6? It seems very complicated and expensive to squeeze even 100 whp out of the Z, and I just saw a $3k SC bolted on to a Hemi add almost 300 whp. Am I the only one wondering why? Don&#39;t get me wrong, I love my Z, maybe even more than a new vette, I&#39;m just a little disappointed by the reality of this email.
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