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Anonymous Nov 5, 6:15pm - #318797 
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trade or not?

k well my friend got a 00 carbon blue GTS manual 53000 miles and he wants to trade his for my 00 red GT manual 41000 miles, should i?? he doesn't want it no more cause he doesn't got the time to fix the broken lift bolts and his engine got a whining noise to it because when he took off the valve cover, his dad didn't straighten out the timing chain, so i was thinking that it shouldn't be that hard to fix those problem
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2003cbgts Nov 5, 6:28pm - #318798 

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ooh i dunno.. sounds good enough, but get a mechanic to check it out first. dont go by just whats hes tellin you friend or not. then if its ok, go for it

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Anonymous Nov 5, 7:05pm - #318799 
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well my dad's a know it all mechanic and he's gonna look at the car tomorrow and if it's good then i should get his GTS tomorrow. One thing about those broken lift bolts is that one is break in there so i have to find someway to get it out
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stefanoc Nov 5, 8:21pm - #318800 

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bro if he tightened the chain more than hes suppose to and drove like that for a while its no good bro.
it fucks everything up, and breaks and bends every part in the engine. i dont know bro, if hes a real close good friend then maybe you wanna check it out and think about it. but if its just a guy i wouldnt do it. i mean noone would want to go from gts to gt unless somethings really fucked up with their car
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RedSunCelica Nov 5, 8:27pm - #318801 

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offer him 7 gs for it. since it seems broken. low ball him and then fix it up. and from the tutorial ive seen online about fixing broken lift bolts it sounds pretty easy.
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RevMonster Nov 5, 9:09pm - #318802 

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Get a real mechanic to check the car out... even take it to a dealership and see. Timing chain issues are NOT minor in any way, shape or form.

Lift bolts, on the other hand, are no big deal.

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Anonymous Nov 6, 4:24am - #318803 
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it's a close friend of mine at work, i've test drove his car and it runs fine to me, so i think his engine is fine, just need a valve adjustment and yeah i wouldn't take it to the dealership cause from my own experience, they're not as mechanical wise as my own dad which have over 25 years of mechanical experience. if anything goes wrong with a car, he always know what it is wrong with it if he check it out thumbsup.
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Lucid99 Nov 6, 5:04am - #318804 

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is the 7th gen motor zero tolerance?

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Anonymous Nov 7, 4:27am - #318805 
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after some close close inspection, yep it's a keeper smile. Going to have a GTS in less than a month once all papers are done with grin
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unsceenTRD Nov 7, 4:50am - #318806 
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Originally Posted by RedSunCelica
offer him 7 gs for it. since it seems broken. low ball him and then fix it up. and from the tutorial ive seen online about fixing broken lift bolts it sounds pretty easy.
he said that he was going to trade rolleyes rolleyes him
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