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Ye Olde Webmaster

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Posted - 17 Apr 2015 :  09:46:27 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
There are many Pontiac Enthusiasts with lots of hands-on experience. What I'd like to do is add several more articles to the Technical Articles section of the website. I need savvy writers--authors to write How-to articles--

Specifically, I'd like to include articles on the following topics:

Replacing Front Disc Rotors and Pads on a Firebird, LeMans, GTO

How to Determine Backspacing Requirements for BIG Rims and Low Profile Tires on a Firebird, LeMans, GTO or Big Pontiac

Suspension Upgrades for Improved Traction on the Street

LED Brake Lights and Turn Signals for Classic Pontiacs

How to Add NOS to your Pontiac Engine

Better Braking with Bigger Discs and Calipers Upgrade

Transmission Swaps (manual and Auto)

Adding Hushmat, Dynamat or other Sound Deadeners to you Classic Pontiac

How to Upgrade the Sound System in Your Classic Pontiac


If you're interested in authoring one of these articles, it must be based on your personal experience doing it.

Email me at bboyle@boyleworks.com to discuss other details and requirements.

I hope to hear from you DIYers. "Let's make the hobby grow again."

Posted: 17 April 2015

"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

Pontiac Dude
Sitting Bull

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Posted - 14 Jul 2016 :  09:32:56 AM  Show Profile  Visit Pontiac Dude's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Can help ya out for articles just let me know what ya have in mind. Can do a Nitrous install deal if ya want. Basic or in depth.

## 1976 T/A, Hydraulic roller, 3460lbs, stock suspension & Pump gas. N/A: 9.78@136 ##

I Specialize in ALL American Muscle Iron.
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Ye Olde Webmaster

852 Posts

Posted - 16 Jul 2016 :  1:00:27 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
How to Add NOS to your Pontiac Engine--

Ken that would be a very worthwhile article to have on the site.

"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

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