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 Scott Mueller. The Steve Jobs of the Impala SS world

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PostSubject: Scott Mueller. The Steve Jobs of the Impala SS world   Fri Jan 13, 2012 9:45 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Scott Mueller. The Steve Jobs of the Impala SS world   Sat Jan 14, 2012 4:07 am

I didn't realize Scott was a PC Wizard!
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PostSubject: Re: Scott Mueller. The Steve Jobs of the Impala SS world   Sat Jan 14, 2012 5:50 am

Tomz9C1 wrote:
I didn't realize Scott was a PC Wizard!
Me neither.

I was following him on the old Impala board, and B-body.net. He helped me a few times with my mods. I did his body bushing mod for non 9C1s, and used his idea for for the S10 converter over the vette version, because at the time you could get a brand new s10 converter instead of a reman vette converter, and he was the first to document vette fuel rail covers on a b-body. I think he was the first to add bonneville seats to a WX3 as well.
Back in 95 I discovered a hokey puck fit in the hole left over by the removal of home plate after deciding I was not going to pay over $100 for the Callaway plug, but that is nothing compared to the mods he discovered and preformed.

Check out his mods from the herd web site.

http://www.theherd.com/tech_articles.html

http://www.impalaclub.com/naisso/ss_handbook.pdf

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