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#4047482 - 02/15/20 02:28 PM 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild
Charlie_Mercury Offline
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I have been accidentally invading other's posts and going back and forth between here and GrandMarq.net. I cannot find or figure out where I have posted so I will make this thread for my progress and much needed assistance from the forum. Thanks everyone!

The car is a 2000 Grand Marquis. I am looking to go 12.9xx with nitrous and bolt ons. I dont care about fuel mileage and the car is not a daily driver. I have never worked on or built one of these so everything is absolutely new to me. I have numerous bolt on parts bought but not installed. Car is sitting with no transmission. The Monster brand trans with 2500 stall was ordered a few weeks ago. Should be here next Friday. Next will be the 4.10 gears, aluminum shaft with spacer and spool with the tune. I have a throttle intake, MZT, injectors, fuel pump and other stuff but might not install that until the nitrous is ready to go on. Will also be looking at weight reductions and some body work.

The P.I. heads I have are from a 2006 Crownvic but to get them cheap from the you-pull-it yard, I had to take off the cam and cam gears and stuff so they are basically worthless now. I also got a PI intake from a grand marquis and was only looking at the port holes and come to find out it is a Dorman. Need to replace that.

That is about where I am now. Thanks to all that reply and assist.

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#4047484 - 02/15/20 02:30 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4047488 - 02/15/20 02:40 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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picked this dual exhaust h pipe up for $12.


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#4047490 - 02/15/20 02:41 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Just a start


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#4047492 - 02/15/20 02:42 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Picked up the MZT on eBay



Edited by Charlie_Mercury (02/15/20 02:43 PM)

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#4047496 - 02/15/20 03:10 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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are you getting a wet nitrous kit ?
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#4047498 - 02/15/20 03:30 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Yes sir


Edited by Charlie_Mercury (02/15/20 03:35 PM)

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#4049002 - 02/25/20 11:48 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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FINALLY HERE!!




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#4049006 - 02/25/20 11:55 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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What suspension mods are you going to do?
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#4049032 - 02/25/20 02:11 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Uhmm.. n00b going with this as my response lol

maybe new shocks of some sort.. idk


Edited by Charlie_Mercury (02/25/20 02:12 PM)

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#4049034 - 02/25/20 02:15 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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If you're wanting to run 12s you may want to consider (at the very least) some rear control arms.......
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#4049056 - 02/25/20 03:41 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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I’m interested to hear more about your nitrous ideas. Nitrous is cool stuff and 2v enjoy it
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#4049218 - 02/26/20 04:08 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Thank you forthe insight on suspension. Going to do the ADTR set when the time come.

As far as the nitrous, I have a 340 lph aeromotive pump already and just need the injectors (dont HAVE to have them but doing so for peace of mind) also the msd coils for the same reason. I am going to do a progressive controller that hits a 75 and rolls into 150 with in probably a second or second and a half. Dont want to jab my old motor with 150 shot. doing a wet shot for better tuning control. I also went with the 78mm throttle intake over a 75mm throttle body and plenum port. That is about it for now. My converter is either 2500 or 2800 so may have a 3200 cut on for the spray. should rev up pretty quick (I hope) going with 4.10s and a smaller than stock tire 275/40r17 rear so I may do 2800 cut on or just full throttle.. what ever Marty says to do. I just want to play it as safe as possible with the mileage I have to get SOME enjoyment out of it before needing a bottom end.

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#4049252 - 02/26/20 05:48 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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I do have a question if anyone can help. Should I get new flexplate bolts for any reason? or flexplate? since the trans is already out I am thinking about doing the rear main seal and the plate has to come off any way.. thoughts?


Edited by Charlie_Mercury (02/26/20 05:48 PM)

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#4057106 - 04/08/20 06:56 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Well okay then..

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#4057162 - 04/09/20 01:21 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
I do have a question if anyone can help. Should I get new flexplate bolts for any reason? or flexplate? since the trans is already out I am thinking about doing the rear main seal and the plate has to come off any way.. thoughts?


Yes & Yes
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#4073694 - 08/10/20 03:49 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Giving an update to myself and anyone that happens to read this: DO NOT EVER USE MONSTER TRANSMISSION EVER. Thank you.

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#4073696 - 08/10/20 03:58 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Thank you for the response Raven. I did order the ARP bolts and flexplate from Chris at ADTR. Also got the deeper pan and trans cooler. Also upgraded to the 3200-3500 stall. so I do have a 2800 stall new in the box if anyone is interested.

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#4073720 - 08/10/20 09:37 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
DO NOT EVER USE MONSTER TRANSMISSION EVER.
Care to elaborate?
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#4073742 - 08/11/20 07:40 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: RF_Overlord]
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Originally Posted By RF_Overlord
Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
DO NOT EVER USE MONSTER TRANSMISSION EVER.
Care to elaborate?
+1, if you're going to say that about a company, at least do them the service of explaining why you're anti them.
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#4073914 - 08/12/20 03:45 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Don't need to do them a service. Figure it out for yourselves. Use them if you want. I don't recommend it. Ever. Also annoying more people respond faster to that than actual questions about trying to move forward on a build.

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#4074006 - 08/13/20 08:44 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4074096 - 08/14/20 01:09 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Well it's actually more about doing us the service, so we actually know why to avoid them. Refusing to explain why raises the possibility that there was a problem on both ends... or maybe actually with you. But hey, the figure it out yourself attitude will certainly work in your favor.

Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
Also annoying more people respond faster to that than actual questions about trying to move forward on a build.


The forums are pretty slow, there isn't much activity and those knowledgable enough to answer your questions may not visit enough to see this thread and respond. But when you post generic criticisms of companies written in ALL CAPS, it will usually get a response from people curious of your experience.
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#4074464 - 08/17/20 05:14 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Quite politically correct in your response. I like it.

Transmission ordered in January. Sales rep on the phone said to follow the instructions on the order form for the tail house and shaft length. Two options given. 10.25 and 11.25. Instructions on the order form say in bold "end of case to end of shaft" Transmission came in 12.25 with no spot for my speedo sensor. Their youtube page says to measure end of housing to end of housing. took weeks to get a tech on the phone to find out what to do. tried just putting my stock housing on it (which I shouldnt have to do anyway) but the out put shaft stuck waayyyy out so drive shaft didnt fit. Sent it back. Got a 2nd transmission. I work at a car dealership and they were doing all the work. Installed 2nd trans and no reverse after install. pushed out the shop and had 1st and 2nd and no 3rd. Sent it back. 3rd transmission came back but went to a transmission specific shop for install. This transmission would go forward when in neutral and shook violently when in drive. (this may have been the trans shop but both sides say it was the other) Sent that one back. Got a 5th transmission 8 months later installed. I have about 275 miles on it right now. I tried cancelling the order with a 50% restock fee numerous times, left messages for weeks and weeks. This was an 8 month process. Cost me tons in time and install/labor fees. The transmission is a SS stage 2 and supposedly can hold 600 hp and has a level "9" for shift hardness on my order. It feels absolutely stock. I did more research on the company and I am definitely not alone in my experience. Expensive lesson learned on my end.

Was not intending on being rude in my previous post but I am very bitter about the company and the wording of the other post in response to mine, sparked me. My apologies.

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#4074466 - 08/17/20 05:20 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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On another note, Chris from ADTR.net is absolutely amazing, as I am sure many of you already know. Super terrific guy and company.

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#4074568 - 08/18/20 09:09 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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I can certainly see why you wouldn't recommend Monster Transmissions. I'm sorry you had to deal with that!

Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
On another note, Chris from ADTR.net is absolutely amazing, as I am sure many of you already know. Super terrific guy and company.

Chris is an awesome guy. After a decade of buying parts from him I was finally able to meet him in person last year and it was a blast!
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#4075158 - 08/22/20 11:45 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Build is now finally making progress.Transmission and 3200-3500 stall, Flexplate w/ ARP bolts, deeper trans pan and external cooler, Scangauge II, aluminum driveshaft and spacer are all done and installed. Car is at the local performance shop getting the 4.10s and mini spool installed. Will be picking that up Wednesday and heading straight to the exhaust shop to have the H-pipe and mufflers installed.

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#4075160 - 08/22/20 11:47 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Also had new tires, windshield, alternator and battery done while waiting on one of the transmissions. Coming along nicely.

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#4075296 - 08/23/20 09:48 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Originally Posted By Charlie_Mercury
Build is now finally making progress.Transmission and 3200-3500 stall, Flexplate w/ ARP bolts, deeper trans pan and external cooler, Scangauge II, aluminum driveshaft and spacer are all done and installed. Car is at the local performance shop getting the 4.10s and mini spool installed. Will be picking that up Wednesday and heading straight to the exhaust shop to have the H-pipe and mufflers installed.


Richmond mini spool ?
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#4075796 - 08/27/20 08:03 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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I really do not remember. Motive maybe?

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#4075920 - 08/29/20 07:01 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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could be .. anyways get ready to change axle seals sooner than later . Mini spool or spool are giving a hard time to diff internals.
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#4076564 - 09/04/20 11:36 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Yeah, I had 80's models 4runners for years with welded diffs that I street drove with no issues but this is way different. Maybe the diff and axle design could be why. Did not expect it. Maybe the axle clip design, the 3rd member or since the Toyota's were all welded it felt better but turning definitely sucks. I also do not think my pinion pre-load was done right. may also be why its clunky. I have vibration in the car now. Everything in the driveline is new. ring and pinion have been the only change. On a positive note, the car "barks" 2nd with a spool in it lol


Edited by Charlie_Mercury (09/04/20 12:00 PM)

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#4076566 - 09/04/20 11:58 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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But, no worries, I am bringing the car to Marty (which I should have just done from the beginning)to get everything right and in order/adjusted before moving forward with any more modifications or money wasting.

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#4077396 - 09/12/20 12:33 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Anyone's opinion on a good running 1997 complete Cobra motor with 158,000 miles for $2500? came out of a manual car.

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#4077710 - 09/15/20 10:46 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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No more holes. No more rust.




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#4077818 - 09/15/20 09:21 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4077884 - 09/16/20 03:46 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Spool is appropriate for off-road cars. Here you provide yourself with big problems. Do not do this. In the end, it is dangerous - a high risk of skidding.
Any other type of LSD will satisfy you completely. Torsen is my choice.
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#4077944 - 09/16/20 05:55 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Yeah a spool is not for the street, dangerous and you'll rip through tires. Must be slipping a tire every corner it's physically impossible not to on pavement. Torson yes are very good if they're out of budget a clutch based lsd does good as well. I'm using a new oem in older svt cobra with the cabon fiber clutches.


Edited by 2008interceptor (09/16/20 06:01 PM)
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#4078042 - 09/17/20 01:39 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Yes Sir! It is coming along!

The tire slip does not bother me but it makes noises I have not heard in my trucks so I dont trust it. The skidding out thing slightly worries me since I will be using this for cruising and track only so I will definitely be taking y'alls advice and taking it out.

I also went ahead and bought the Cobra 4v. Marty and I had some much needed conversations. The money I was going to have in heads and parts to get a 2v to 400 hp was silly. I bought a Cobra 4v cheaper than trickflow heads or the PI heads I have (which are bare) plus machine work, springs, cams, timing kit, etc.. and the 4v starts me at 300 hp with a lot more room to go. Was the best option for me.

Motor shipped this morning from Wade's Motorsports and I am loading the car Saturday and headed to Georgia to drop it off at Mo's!!

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#4078048 - 09/17/20 03:17 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4078086 - 09/18/20 01:12 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Great. Please post all details. This is a very interesting project. I think it will have a completed result.
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#4078364 - 09/21/20 01:24 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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In the hands of the man himself


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#4079890 - 10/06/20 02:58 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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not sure if I posted here or Facebook or at all but found some 2004 Marauder DB cast heads on a part out and doing a Mach 1 intake manifold. this is getting out of control but I am so excited. should run quite nicely.

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#4079930 - 10/06/20 10:05 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4110446 - 05/25/21 04:30 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4110450 - 05/25/21 05:03 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Edited by ChoreMe (05/25/21 05:03 PM)

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#4110456 - 05/25/21 05:13 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4110458 - 05/25/21 05:15 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4111754 - 06/05/21 04:50 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Edited by ChoreMe (06/05/21 04:51 PM)

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#4111756 - 06/05/21 04:58 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4112160 - 06/10/21 03:52 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Probably my favorite pic so far. Mufflers, X-pipe and headers from Marty. Transmission is Monster (rough customer service experience but product is good) and trans pan is from Chris at ADTR.



Edited by ChoreMe (06/10/21 03:59 PM)

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#4112932 - 06/18/21 06:02 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Edited by ChoreMe (06/18/21 06:03 PM)

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#4113016 - 06/19/21 02:35 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4113354 - 06/23/21 01:51 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4115296 - 07/15/21 05:12 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4115870 - 07/21/21 11:55 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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#4115872 - 07/21/21 11:58 AM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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Another ADTR.net product! 340 lph Aeromotive pump.


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#4116440 - 07/27/21 04:03 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Zmaze]
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The car is a 4v now.. have not had the nitrous tune done yet.

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#4117064 - Yesterday at 07:04 PM Re: 2000 MGM Restore and Rebuild [Re: Charlie_Mercury]
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