Space-Saving 6×9 Rear Speaker Boxes for ’78-’82 Corvette

Here is my version of the rear speaker boxes that Justin78-L-82 posted. I modified the way they mount to the car since I didn\’t previously have rear speakers, and didn\’t have the mounting hardware that came with them. The full plan with pictures and measurements is at: http://members.cox.net/~mfouchi/vette/speakers/boxplans.htm

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How to Build a Custom Exhaust

SLP Engineering makes an exhaust system called the Loudmouth, which is basically a rear section with no mufflers. While I like the idea, I really don\’t like the tips that come on it, and I also really didn\’t feel like spending $500+ for something I could build myself. So I decided to build my own […] More »

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How To Bleed a Master Cylinder

Most instruction manuals indicate that you should place the Master Cylinder in a vise and then use a dowel rod to press on the plunger to bleed the air out of the Master Cylinder. I found an easier way is to bleed the air out of the system backwards. Supplies: Fittings for bleeding hose (usually […] More »

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How to Bleed the Clutch Hydraulics

My C5 recently was exhibiting hydraulic clutch problems. It was not releasing all the way causing hard shifting and grinding gears! I checked the fluid in the master cylinder and it was at the right level but it was dirty! It was dark gray and pieces of something were floating in it. After posting a […] More »

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How To Adjust Lifter Preload/Lash

There are several different ways to adjust hydraulic lifter preload and all of them will work if they are done correctly. It\’s just that one procedure is easier than the others, at least for me it is. The procedure I use and recommend to everyone asking for instructions are essentially the same as those recommended […] More »

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