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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Some old A-413 automatic trans info. for reference.

    http://web.archive.org/web/20030829020536/http://www.omniturbo.com/Mopar%20Pages/Tranny%20upgrades%20detail.htm

    Thanks
    Randy
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    As you can imagine spools are a handful in these FWD cars.

    I don't even know if one is available but a few have run welded units.

    If welded properly they're strong but have been known to rip...
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    Man, that's a cool Rampage !!!

    I'm straining my eyes trying to see what it's running.

    Looks like some version of an LS Engine from what I can see??

    Must be built for a top speed event would...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    This thread has info on a manual steering rack.

    Thanks
    Randy
    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/showthread.php?1504-Manual-Steering-Coupler...&highlight=manual+steering+conversion
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    The anecdotal thinking is .060" is max.

    Probably due to that's the largest ever offered in the past.

    I have an old Hot Rod 2.2 book that had info on thr old IMSA 2.2's

    There was mention of a...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Best of luck on the pistons!!

    I don't think anyone makes replacement floor pans.

    Someone mentioned early Mustang pans can be trimmed to fit??

    That looks like the baro read solenoid??
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Curious if JE is an approved NHRA piston vendor for 2.2's?

    Thanks
    Randy
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Sounds like you are off to a good start!!

    Some member must have a block and crank available?

    I have several but we are many thousands of miles apart.

    2.2 Turbo's were all Intercooled...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    I don't think the FM 532P's are available any more.

    They were a nice cast piston but replaced with a Hypereutectic

    Hypers have a terrible reputation in our Engines due to cracking.

    Any hint...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    The first two head #'s are known 1984-85 2.2 cyl heads but the others seem more like LA numbers??

    Correct, those intakes are a suck through design as opposed to the later blow through design.
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    Sounds like you have a lifter plan already!!

    I can't read the specs as it says "zonks you've taken a wrong turn"??

    It hardly matters as I'm old with weak eyesight and a computer dumdum.

    The...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    As far as power band goes its hard to get high RPM power with our heads.

    With stock cams retarding the cam does move it to the right.

    I guess you can run any cam in stock??

    The early cams...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Stock exhaust manifold vs header !!

    The fastest guys run both and are very close in power.

    I don't think the header guys have any advantage.

    One of our ongoing debates when the forum was...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Early 6 bolt cranks require a 3 bolt flexplate and converter.

    Later 8 bolt cranks require a 4 bolt flexplate and converter.

    Pump and pump drives don't interchange between early and late trans....
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    Turbo Z is a trim package with ground effects etc.

    The early ones had Turbo Z embossed in the rear bumper cover.

    Allegedly Nissan complained about the Z so they stopped using it.

    Same Engine...
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    Re: NHRA check list for Stock Eliminator

    1984 was the first year of the 2.2 Turbo with its 1 year electronics and pneumatic waste gate.

    1985 moved to somewhat improved electronics featuring an electronic waste gate.

    1986 had better...
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