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    Default Squealing cylinders

    Can anyone tell me why when i ride with my car fully locked up i get this real loud squealing almost a whinning sound but as soon as its dropped just a little it goes away... Any ideas of what it could be?
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    The game is to be sold not told
    You can admire but don't look too long
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    Ha J/K. On a cutlass there could be a few different reasons. More info is needed tho. Coil over or under? Bridge or stock ears? How high is your lock up? Stock drive shaft or slip? Accumms? Sheet metal cylinder holes big enough? You should have all these answers before moving forward.
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    Sure it's not your rear end ? How big of a cylinder are you running in the back?
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    Thanks for the help fellas i figured it out... Come to find out when im locked up on all fours my drive shaft is rubing against my dual exhaust causing the squealing... Guess ima need to redo the exhuast now...
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