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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    Reaper1, the engine I purchased is not from the car in the linked thread. Iíve owned a VDS switch assembly that goes in the center console. It came from a 90 VNT Daytona that was also donated to a tech school in Iowa.
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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDollar69 View Post
    Here is a picture of the original date coded sparkplug wires. I know much of this is probably super boring, but there can't be many left like this one.
    I ran my originals until this spring. I replaced them "just in case"
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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    84 Laser XE TII A555 89 Caravan SE TI A555

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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDollar69 View Post
    I believe Mopar Performance sold the same cooler. Itís really a shame that this one is smashed.
    It's just a curiosity piece. No one is going to run something like that on a car that really needs an oil cooler. I run a Mocal oil cooler in my GLHT. It's like a mini radiator. There is rare, then there is desirable. Just because something is a odd duck option doesn't mean it is desirable, just ask the mod top owners (haha).
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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDollar69 View Post
    Reaper1, the engine I purchased is not from the car in the linked thread. Iíve owned a VDS switch assembly that goes in the center console. It came from a 90 VNT Daytona that was also donated to a tech school in Iowa.
    I wasn't sure if it was the same car or not.

    I've seen pictures of the switch, but never seen one in person. The one thing I didn't like about the system from the description of its operation is that it would only stay in the "Firm" setting for a period of time before reverting to "Normal".

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    Re: New T-IV engine and transmission from Euro Daytona

    Quote Originally Posted by TopDollar69 View Post
    A little flashback for us old guys...

    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...hlight=lebaron
    I remember oggling that LeBaron at SETI circa 2001. I wonder if it's still sitting around?
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