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  1. Fuel Re: Injectors needed: 88 dodge turbo 2.2 TII stock

    Apparently Mopar has discontinued them. Well, at least the 804's, which is the replacement for the stock TII & 89+ T1. I ordered a set from Chris @ TU this past Spring. Took him a few weeks, but...
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    Re: Stock Boost Control Not Working

    You don't want to pull the waste gate line, you want to hook it up direct from turbo outlet to waste gate can. If it's a stock style can, should give you about 7-8 psi boost. Are you sure you don't...
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    Re: 2.2L TII Head Issues

    I agree with tryingbe... You learned what NOT to do with one of these engines. Unfortunately, this time it's going to be an expensive lesson...
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    Re: Making an 89 Lebaron run in the 12s

    One thing you should consider is replacing those cast pistons. Especially if they are new replacements. Like a KB or Sealed Power. All the new cast pistons are hypereutectic, and are brittle. If...
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    Re: 2.2L TII Head Issues

    +1. You smoked the engine. You are getting MASSIVE blowby, which means you broke something...
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    Re: TEAM SDAC HRDW2017 Thread

    From the pictures posted, it appears his van was hit by an ambulance. Took out a tail light, and the rear hatch is pretty messed up. Must not be doing too bad. He made a 12 second run yesterday......
  7. Re: Oil Pressure Sensor/ Switch Output to 0-5V

    The original factory sensors/guages are notorious for being inaccurate. Both oil pressure, and coolant temp. I can't imagine the aftermarket replacement is any better.

    If you want accurate...
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    Re: TEAM SDAC HRDW2017 Thread

    Glad to see you both made good runs. I saw something posted about you guys ran during a blip in the live feed.

    I read the facebook post last night. Pretty bad when you get hit by an ambulance......
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    Re: Speedometer issues

    Yeah, probably. It was used for the HEP on the 8V cars... I always forget the TIII is a unique animal...
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    Re: TEAM SDAC HRDW2017 Thread

    I saw JT, Warren, James, and Adam run... All 4 of you looked good. Represented us well. Adam had a great run.

    Did Pat & Wayne not get a run in? Or did I miss them?

    Best of luck to all of...
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    Re: Speedometer issues

    When I did this conversion on my 89 Daytona, I pulled from the 8V source. Should be an orange wire. On the SMEC, it's on the power board connector. Looks like Pin #7 on the SBEC.
  12. Re: HELP do you guys think this will leak??????????

    What you need is a speedy sleeve to repair it:
    https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=1118023&cc=1089378

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    Re: Same problem, but with dyno tape now

    The only real issue I know you can get into is idle quality. With big injectors, your injector dwell gets so close to your idle PW, it can't open and close the injectors fast enough to have a decent...
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    Re: Same problem, but with dyno tape now

    That's pretty much what I was getting at. A stock valved 2.5, even with port work & manifold work, shouldn't over-tax +40's(52pph), he's running +100's!!! Unless he's running E85, and he didn't...
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    Re: Same problem, but with dyno tape now

    The injectors should be more than large enough. 750cc's is about 71 lb/hr. That seems a bit excessive for the build. What is your AFR's when it falls flat? You sure it's not going pig rich?
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    Re: Mid Engine Neon?

    Anything is possible if you throw enough money at it. How much are you willing to spend?

    The Consulier uses custom shift cables and clutch cable to run the distance back to the back.
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    Re: Big intake stock head.

    Congrats on the noticeable improvement!

    But I will concur with Wayne, I think once you start turning it up more, you will see the restriction of the stock head. Decent porting, and +1 valves...
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    Re: TU Clutch Feedback and Big Thanks to Chris!

    I honestly can't answer this. I just wanted a good, streetable clutch with decent power holding ability. This clutch has not disappointed me. It just works, and takes all the abuse I dish out.
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    Re: TU Clutch Feedback and Big Thanks to Chris!

    Try Chris's TII/TIII hybrid clutch. It's what I'm running in my Scamp, and it's been an amazing clutch so far. Super smooth engagement, and it's held down my 2.5TII just fine. It's available in...
  20. Re: FWD class at Heads Up No Prep, September 8, Onawa, IA

    Sounds like fun, but it's a 9 1/2 hour drive for me. Would love to do an event like that if it was closer...
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    Re: 92 Daytona Expansion Valve

    Most of the time, the gasket sets are pretty generic to cover several model years. I know when I put the new compressor and lines in my 89 Daytona, I had a bunch of left over crush gaskets and...
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    Re: Air/water intercooler sources

    But remember, water and air have vastly different thermal absorption properties. Air gains/loses heat almost instantly(example: hair dryer). How long does it take to boil a pot of water?

    Same...
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    Mopars at the Red Barns

    Just wanted to post up my annual reminder that July 28th is the Mopars at the Red Barns car show at the Gilmore Car Museum, just North of Kalamazoo, MI. Usually in excess of 300 cars there. Some of...
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    Re: Air/water intercooler sources

    Exactly. If the system doesn't work efficiently as a whole, it's a waste.

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    Re: Air/water intercooler sources

    Probably the same problem you get when you remove the thermostat from an engine... If the water is moving too fast, it can't pick up enough of the heat from its surroundings. It's a basic law of...
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