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  • About Evil-Twin
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    small town in S.E Pa. PA
    Retired GM design Engineer, the C5 was my last project before retiring, Also retired military
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    99 Coupe
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  • Last Activity: Today 05:00 PM
  • Member Since: 03-26-2001


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  1. Mike98SilVert
    11-23-2017 07:50 PM
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family Bill.
  2. 05-07-2017 09:12 PM
    Were did you get your Flaied rear quarters ?????????????
  3. lebeeby
    02-13-2017 01:23 PM
    Bill, I've always appreciated you advice, comments and humor here on the forum. If you have time, I have a question about my '04. Presently it's parked for the winter, as we are still up to our Depends in snow! This is the question and would like your advice. The oil pressure is concerning me. When I start it on level ground, it takes about 10-15 sec for the oil pressure to come up to operating pressure. Same if the front is on an incline If the rear is inclined, I do not get oil pressure until the car is level or front inclined. I have had the pressure sensor replaced, and it isn't that. The dealership says to continue to run it. I'm a bit uncomfortable doing that. Engines are a tad expensive. I'm thinking that it's that o-ring in the pick up tube or the oil pump. What would you suggest? I drive the car around 5k a year and it now has about 50k on it.
  4. 10-06-2016 01:03 PM
    ET are you from PA? It looks like a PA license plate.....if so what part?
  5. Rob 02
    06-27-2016 10:55 PM
    The people here want to know that you are alive and healthy.
  6. 04-16-2016 11:54 AM
    Bill, My question is when installing the rear cradle on C5. Do the lineup pins holes in frame cone when making contact for proper alignment on frame. I cannot find any mention in the forum about this concern.
    Thank You, John
  7. S.C. vette
    09-08-2015 08:16 PM
    Enjoyed your comments to the recent battery thread, regards!
  8. dutch911
    07-12-2015 10:43 PM
    Hi Bill, I was reading your posts about replacing the master & slave when replacing the clutch & flywheel. I've got a 98 with 95k on the clock whose clutch pedal doesn't want to return. The clutch fluid was ink black before I syphoned off the goo & replaced with fresh. That helped but only lasted a couple of days.

    My question is this: Even at 95k on the original clutch, there was absolutely no slippage, is it possible I can get away with just doing a bottom end bleed of the slave? Or since I have it halfway apart, I should go ahead and swap out the slave? And since I've got it apart, go ahead and replace the otherwise functional clutch, PP, TOB and flywheel?

    I've never replaced a clutch before and don't have that much experience besides brakes and basic stuff. The car is bone-stock & I don't race or track this convertible but it gets driven pretty hard. What replacement parts do you recommend?


  9. Corvette505
    02-08-2015 02:28 PM
    You did a post sometime back about changing out the thermostat on a c5, I have a 2000. Had a question I hope you can answer for me before I buy the new I need an "Integrated thermostat and housing" or is it a "separate thermostat and housing"?
  10. FrankLP
    01-21-2015 07:40 AM
    Hi Bill,
    I just wanted to drop you a message to let you know that I've been reading your posts for as long as I've been a member here. I really appreciate the knowledge and advice that you share. You also have one awesome looking Vette! Thanks!!

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