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  1. desperado
    11-02-2016 05:31 PM - permalink
    John,
    I am wanted to go to option b but don't want to use the plastic tank that comes with the avalible kits. Could i use a tank like moroso 80-200 or a jegs universal expansion tank. also how exactly does that setup bleed air out of the system if the tank is itself pressure sealed.
  2. JoeJoe228
    10-11-2015 02:55 AM - permalink
    Hey John, did you still have the information about adjusting the shifter cables for an LNF? I've been having trouble with mine lately and was thinking re-adjusting my cables would be a good idea. Thanks!
  3. Matt10tc
    09-11-2015 11:09 AM - permalink
    Hey John! I was wondering if you would have any insight as to what is going on with my car. At random times while driving, the car will just suddenly lose and regain power as if it is fluttering. Will not build any boost, but no CEL have come up. I did have the sensors changed 2 years ago with the turbo flutter issue a lot of guys have had. But this one is different. Any ideas?
  4. Vankz
    08-10-2015 06:55 PM - permalink
    John, I need some info on a tranny rebuild from you. Please email me at [email protected] or PM or call/text at 440-334-4386
  5. Silverbullet33
    05-20-2015 11:55 PM - permalink
    John, are you still making the rear sway bars?/ have any in stock?. PM me if you do, also interested in springs and tranny / motor mounts if available please.
    thanks.
  6. mobilebyrd
    10-07-2014 12:45 PM - permalink
    I'm now leaning towards using a 1" spacer to push the wheels out flush with the fenders. I've never used spacers and have heard a few horror stories. Also, I'm working with a Pontiac G6 and using the Brembos from a Cobalt. For our car I was told 3mm spacers would work and that most folks used 5mm. The 5mm spacers from CED are a little thicker than 5mm per CED. The CED 5mm don't allow the lug nuts to thread enough on the studs for my liking (per a post I read) so I was looking for a 3mm spacer.
  7. tmo416
    09-25-2014 10:32 PM - permalink
    hey powell im in the oshawa area and need to replace my control arm bushings for a 2010 cobaltss lnf. just wondering what is involved in getting your upgrade and how much it will cost?
  8. mobilebyrd
    09-14-2014 01:38 PM - permalink
    I am doing a Brembo upgrade using the SS SC 18" rims. I read on another post that you can make 3mm hubcentric spacers. If this is enough clearance I would rather run the 3mm spacers instead of the 5mm spacers. Please advise how much the 3mm spacers would cost. [email protected]. I get a lot of email so please either message me here, or, put Brembo Spacers in the subject line of the email. Thanks in advance and keep up the great work.
  9. Powell Race Parts
    06-13-2014 07:23 AM - permalink
    250 ror a pair of brackets and hardware enables use of any drum brake beam, and permits camber adjustment. stainless [email protected] . In stock.
  10. aditrap
    06-13-2014 12:09 AM - permalink
    Hello i'm interested on your (you can use any cobalt rear axle if you wish. It it has drum brakes, then buy my conversion bracket and it wont matter and you are golden.) can u tell me more, price etc etc

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  • About Powell Race Parts
    Location
    Port Perry
    Car Year
    2004
    Car Make
    Saturn
    Model
    ION

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