Well I see it as not losing so much performance that you will notice but it does put more stress on how fast your flow is. I mean the difference between a hose and a hardline is a big difference that alone you must realize. I think Hardlines are more for the up and down hydro user other then then 100% hardcore Lowrider Hopper. Just my .002cent
YA HOP WITH HARD LINE...THEN YOU GOING TO BLOW A FITTING ANF ITS GOING TO GET STUCK IN YOUR PUMP...THEN YOUR GOING TO BE LIKE....'''OMG...WHAT DO I DO....''''PM EASTBAY-60....HE WILL TELL YOU WUZ UP WITH HARDLINING HYDROS
Originally posted by MRIMPALA2000510@Jan 3 2004, 12:18 PM YA HOP WITH HARD LINE...THEN YOU GOING TO BLOW A FITTING ANF ITS GOING TO GET STUCK IN YOUR PUMP...THEN YOUR GOING TO BE LIKE....'''OMG...WHAT DO I DO....''''PM EASTBAY-60....HE WILL TELL YOU WUZ UP WITH HARDLINING HYDROS
A friend has a 64 Iimpala with a 2 pump setup. His father-in-law wants the car and will, in return, fund a new project. But he does not want the hydraulics - too harsh and not his style. He wants him to look into going back.
Anyone ever converted one back? What is the approximate cost a...
Im sure this has been covered before but my search isnt turning up anything.
I am doing a hidden setup in my 67. Going for a 70s style lifts setup using flipped 8" in the rear (nothing in the trunk). But how do you flip cylinders in the front? Is it a small coilover? is it strong enough to lift...
over the years layitlow has seen this question 1000x's. do skirts fit on a lifted impala....this could be a thread dedicated to skirt clearance issues. and make it easier on the backyard builder to find parts for his project. there are few options available.
1. narrow stock rear end