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  1. Re: running a SBEC2 ECU on a 90/91 SBEC wired car

    Excellent. This will keep me in stock electronics for a long, long time if it is that simple. Thank you for all the work on this.
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    Re: The Shelby CSX-VNT Owner's Thread

    The vnt turbos are so small that it shouldnít be too hard to pull with the head on if you wanted. I generally just pull the turbos off and leave the head, but I have a lot of practice from when I was...
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    Re: The Shelby CSX-VNT Owner's Thread

    Thatís weird. Iím not amazing with the vent stuff yet since Iíve only had to get 497 back up and running with the s60 vnt. I hope you can get that figured out soon. The vnt is really fun, but very...
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    Re: SMEC to SBEC Adapter

    Iím to the point where I could make a new harness pretty easily. I have the tools. I just need the kick in the pants to do it from a cheap and well supported ecu. It will be a while before that...
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    Re: SMEC power board repair

    I canít wait to watch these. Thanks for taking the time to make the video.
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    Re: SMEC to SBEC Adapter

    Very cool. I really appreciate the content you post. There has been a lot of good stuff lately.
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    Re: SMEC to SBEC Adapter

    Very cool. Did you use anther sbec board to create an intermediate connection?
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    Re: 36-1 Trigger Wheel Crank Pulley Adapters

    It looks like the stock shield should fit?
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    Re: 88 14 way connector in FSM

    Is it backwards?
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    Re: A555 5th gear options

    You can use any 5th gear, but I think there is little variation in them. Iíve thought about having a custom 5th gear made, but even the thought of it is so expensive it causes my wallet to run,...
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    Re: L body seat track differences

    I think I have a picture in my gallery. I think the 4 for tracks are almost two inches higher.

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    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/photopost/showgallery.php?cat=889

    Theyíre...
  12. Re: Please help! Coolant leak from exhaust stud (and one other thing)

    I live in a small town and needed something on the spot. At the time it was more than an hour round trip to the nearest parts store. I just used what the local hardware store had on hand. It worked...
  13. Re: Please help! Coolant leak from exhaust stud (and one other thing)

    I use a plumbers stick which looks like a crayon. I get it at my local hardware store. Itís rated for fuel and Iíve never had a leak if I do my part. I use it on everything from coolant to fuel and...
  14. Re: Please help! Coolant leak from exhaust stud (and one other thing)

    Are you certain you hit all of the studs and bolts with thread sealer?

    I would think the oil is just colored from the lube, but it should be easy to check and see with the cheapest Pharos store...
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    Re: '87 GLHS 362 Project

    Thatís super impressive. Congrats on that success.
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    Re: Timing is at 0 degrees under full boost

    G head, or swirl?
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    Re: '87 GLHS 362 Project

    That looks like a significant improvement in geometry.
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    Re: '87 GLHS 362 Project

    Very cool. I canít wait to see what you do with it.
  19. Re: Aftermarket power distribution center installation

    That looks awesome. I really need to do something like this.
  20. Thread: New here

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    Re: New here

    Welcome to the site. The vac lines needed are the brake booster, map, fuel pressure regulator and waste gate. Everything else can technically go.
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    Re: 1986 Shelby Dodge Charger

    Pretty much any 2.2 or 2.5 turbo engine will do to get it running. Glad to see youíve come back to keep the car alive.
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    Re: Timing belt tensioner?

    That makes sense. Glad you found one. I was really surprised by how little force it requires when I got mine.
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    Re: Timing belt tensioner?

    Glad you found one. Does rock auto not have them? I should probably do more comparison shopping, but between them and Amazon I find theyíre they best deals for the least hassle.
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    Re: removing driver side window.

    I use knipex cobra head pliers to install those rivets. They have just enough clearance for the lip to clear
  25. Thread: '89 LS Rebuild

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    Re: '89 LS Rebuild

    Looking good Iím enjoying the updates.
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