Had a GP come over today to get a new Phenolic spacer installed. Putting it in was easy, but did have some problems after.
In the shop and ready to start.
Got the supercharger off and cleaned up the IC core a bit. Some snout oil was between the SC and the core.
Everything out and cleaned up. About a half hour at the most at this point.
First gasket in place.
Had to modify the spacer a bit. Cleaning it up here.
A little RTV.
Spacer is in place, put this in right after you placed the IC core in, then Chris says, wouldn't that be better under the core? Ahhh, ya, I was just testing the fit. :bonk:
Another gasket and more RTV
Got the core in place and ya, another gasket and more RTV.
Got it all back in and lined up.
And here she is, all torqued and running great, after a few little problems.
It all went back together easy. About a hour and a half and it was ready to start. But it didn't run right. A SES light came on, ran bad. What the heck? Shut it down. The code was MAF. All plugged in. Spent 2 hours checking things. Why wont this work. Got the computer and did a scan, MAF was reading zero, the TPS was saying 100%. I'm like, the plugs are idiot proof, they only go in one way. Chris finally noticed that his ICU wasn't on. So he'* poking around trying to figure that out. I check a few wires and re solder them. Then I pulled all the plugs out and started over. Hmm, what'* this? I think that'* for the ICU. This plug is exactly the same as that plug. Hmm, what'* this plug for, ahh The MAF. So I start plugging things in and right when I plug in the last one I here Chris say, it'* working. Really? What did you do? Nothing. Ahh, I think I just plugged it in. Start it up. Runs great, all readings look right. Who ever installed that ICU used the same plug at the MAF, real smart, then have both plugs within a few inches of each other.