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Old 10-21-2005, 09:17 PM   #1
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im changing to a 2.3", and changing the coupler

i have the coupler, so i need the other stuff - but i searched and need a list of everything and where to get it..hopefully all from the same site. when i emailed zzp they said all i need is a oversized idler pulley, oil and "rtv"....well whats rtv? they didn't say i needed any o-rings or any gaskets etc etc.

and anyone have a link for a how to on the coupler change? i didn't find one in the techforum.

so i need....oil, oversized idler pulley (so there'* just one oversized one for all pulley'*??)....


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link for the coupler change... http://www.cardomain.com/ride/479367/2
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For a 92/93, you NEED the oversized tensioner pulley to prevent belt slip and provide enough belt wrap around the pulley. A shorter belt won't do the job right.

You need:

Tube of red gasket maker (not rtv) from the dealer.
SC outlet gasket
2 coolant bypass o-rings
TB gasket (strongly reccommended so you can clean the TB at this time)

I also suggest a fuel injector o-ring kit. I get all my stuff at the dealer, but get the coupler and idler pulley from ZZP.
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these are the coolant bypass rings and injector rings, right?

http://www.zzperformance.com/products1.php?id=305
http://www.zzperformance.com/products1.php?id=401

im just not sure if its different since they specialize in series 2

im ordering a highflow cat too, ill get the muffler in the spring. its so cold in mn during the winter, i wont have any probs with detonation anyways....the 2.3 should be fun though, it already pulls pretty good....maybe ill be able to spin the tires from 25ish if its cold
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RTV stands for Room Temperature Vulcanized and usually refers to a Silicone sealer.
I would recommend using the red high temp rtv silicone sealer.
You can buy it from the dealer if you want to pay twice as much as a hardware store.
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these are the coolant bypass rings and injector rings, right?

http://www.zzperformance.com/products1.php?id=305
http://www.zzperformance.com/products1.php?id=401

im just not sure if its different since they specialize in series 2

im ordering a highflow cat too, ill get the muffler in the spring. its so cold in mn during the winter, i wont have any probs with detonation anyways....the 2.3 should be fun though, it already pulls pretty good....maybe ill be able to spin the tires from 25ish if its cold
I can't gaurantee those are correct. I get mine from the dealer. I'm pretty sure the injector o-rings won't be right for a Series 1. And the o-rings may or may not be.
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Not to change the topic much, but on a 1994 (aka mine), can I get by with just a shorter belt? Or do I need the oversized tensioner?
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Oversized idler is preferred over a shorter belt as it can help prevent belt slip. This is far more important on a Series 1 than a Series 2.
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Bingo. INTENSE sells it as well.

Required for 92/93, strongly recommended for 94/95.
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