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    Re: '85 wagon window track fix

    Worn door felts may allow window to tilt and then that binds/wears the bushings. Maybe that's part of problem too.
    Windows are not weight balanced.
  2. Re: Original motorweek video link is up on the yootoob.

    Thanks. Well done
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    Re: Omni Potent Parts

    He's alive! Good to "see" you, such as it is.
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    Re: HP Gain From K&N Filters?

    My Norton came up with a smoking cylinder. Tear down revealed a narrow and shallow trench in one cylinder. Examined K&N filter and found an area where it appeared that a piece of stainless wire was...
  5. Thread: Turbo Mom Van

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    Re: On another adventure

    Hey. Have fun Come back with that van! Post pics
  6. Thread: Rear bump stops

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    Suspension Re: Rear bump stops

    I cut eown some coil over springs and welded them in place of the bump stops. In

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    On Rampage, i cut down some coil over springs and welded them to the axle in place of the...
  7. Re: Flow rate of +40 injectors and 5277895 (TII-TIV injectors)

    Thanks for the reminder, Todd
  8. Thread: Out of Business

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    Re: Out of Business

    Too bad, I bought several "box of bends" from them.
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    Re: Tow hitch on an Omni

    Hitch on Ramerati. Towed aluminum boats with it no problems
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    Re: SoCal SD/TD/FWD Chrysler Meeting time again...

    I guess the next meet is not tonight
  11. Thread: Head Porting

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    Re: Head Porting

    Cut templates out of cardboard. One for X axis, second for Y axis. Play with ports and the templates. When you're happy with shapes, recut em out of metal, slit dowels to make handles; now you can...
  12. Thread: Head Porting

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    Re: Head Porting

    Bottle brushes and buffs may mask undulations; files straighten walls.
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    Re: Let's talk pipe size

    Big as fits and straight as possible.
  14. Re: CEMA 30th Annual Car Show at FCA HQ Featuring Turbos 6/8/2019

    It's in Detroit?
  15. Thread: 85 glh

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    Re: 85 glh

    Good work Harry. Thanks for posting it up.
  16. Thread: Head Porting

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    Re: Head Porting

    Basics I think I know - First, don't touch the floor, don't even gasket match the floor, if possible raise it. Second, raise the roof. Both of these ideas straighten the charge air's path as it...
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    Re: San Diego work party Jan 20th

    Hey Rosie. Hope it went well.
    Thanks all for the get well wishes for my wife, Jan.
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    Re: San Diego work party Jan 20th

    Cool. Great idea. I want to join ya. My wife however is recovering from major surgery an Iím home boundd so I doubt that Iíll be able to join ya
  19. Thread: GLH Turbo cars

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    Re: GLH Turbo cars

    Thank you Mr Hicks
  20. Thread: GLH Turbo cars

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    Re: GLH Turbo cars

    Wow. Thanks for that video.
    More info on your VVT please.
    The solenoid acts on the belt?

    And the AC cooled A/W exchanger, the IC coolant travels to the back of the car?
    And then the AC...
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    Re: CA residents.. shipping restrictions?

    Ití called fascism, ever and always the product of socialist corporatism and its zeal to plan and control the lives of others. The safety and health lobbies are natural allies of the planning...
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    Engine Re: Masi head assemlby and related parts

    What an *ss!
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    Re: Another 2.2 vs. 2.5 debate

    I'd do whatever Todd says.
    Yeah, I'm a kiss a**
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    Re: Best tool for cutting out floors?

    Figures. What are they $15? How do they fail?

    I have not used mine a whole lot. Just occasional short tricky tight cuts. I saw that they also sell an electric one but it had a much slower...
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    Re: Best tool for cutting out floors?

    Harbor Freight sells an air saw; it's a short blade reciprocating hack saw. It's precise and controllable so best for your short runs, corners and fine cuts. Blades go too fast for the long runs. ...
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