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I am considering the j-mod on my 96 4.6l. I was wondering if anyone in michigan has done it. If so are you willing to give me a hand. I would greatly appreciate any who would help/teach/guid me on doing this mod.


Much Thanks,

Frank
 

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hey... i have and leart(smokymance) helped me... also i believe jurgen has done a few.... just one quick question...where is new boston?? near what major city., its not too hard, i have all of the stuff needed for the 300-450 j-mod, (drill bits) and gaskets, so all u would need would be pistons and accumulator springs, and fluid...
 

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Thanks. I live just south of the metro airport. 20 minutes or so away from Detroit. If we could do it at your facility that would be great. I don't have many tools at my house. I always use my friends garage. It's totally up to you. If you are willing to lend a hand. I'm waiting on a radiator. I'm not going to do any mod's untill I get it installed. Again Thank you very much

Frank
 

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hehe....that's my drill bits....:D

glad to hear that bits are put to good use.
 

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whoring drill bits
damn it...i wanted to use those drill bits!!!....now i hear that they are whores????...why are they all dirty?...why cant i find some clean ones?
 

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I'm next on the list for J-modding:) I just gotta get a new tranny first. This one is dying, I've decided just to let it go. So sometime next summer I'll be doing the J-mod, hopefully to a nice new GT tranny with a marauder TC. :D
 

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i pop the drill bits cherry....all 5 of them!!!:D
 
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