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Old 05-29-2009, 08:04 PM   #1
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hi there , i have a couple questions, for my 94 ssei
what do you use to block the coolant ports on the sc ?
what is recommmended for a FPR ?
is it worth removing the throttle body screen ?
this car is crazy lauching out of the hole after installing the new tranny and 2500 stall !!!
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I used 2 dimes and come JB weld to block off my ports. I suggest leaving the MAF screen in place.
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so i guess no one has tried anything other than the oem fpr for a 1994 ssei ?
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I'd guess no one really found a need. There'* a couple guys that got AFPR'*, but they are trying to tune with it instead of through the PCM. Needless to say, results weren't anything that added power.
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thank you for the reply,
would drilling the thermostat help much for over heating , or could it be a head gasket issues causing the car to heat up after 20min of driving at normall speeds mostly low throttle ?? thanks for the help Brad
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Over heating can be caused by a bad T-Stat, fans not coming, water pump failing or an air bubble in your cooling system. Drilling the T-stat will only solve a symptom and not the problem. You need to find out why the car is overheating. If your thermometer is reading 200, that'* normal for our cars and is not considered over heating.
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i have a sinister chip that kicks the fans in sooner, but yes the car runs at 195 f after 15 min of driving below 40 mph , or sitting in drive thru in the morn for 5min ..but seems allot slower after it has warmed up to 190 ish ?? i have 3yr old water pump , i don't use any coolant, intake gasket need to be changed,, i can beat 2008 300c hemi'* ,gtp (stock) ,soltice turbo, TL'*,2009tiburonV65spd...but after one race i have to sit for 20 min, or gets hot and slow ???
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