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Old 02-11-2004, 02:16 PM   #31
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I see questions about box building in the audio section all of the time. How about a section explaining how to build and tune speaker boxes and a full explaination of theile small peramiter. This would tell people almost exactly how a speaker would act and how different boxes would affect a speakers performance
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Write it. Or get someone else to. This type of article should be a collaberation of several members.
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ok ill try to talk to bonnemn. this may take a while to do because there is a mountain of information to gather and i have to make sure that everybody can understand it
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New Techinfo article on adjusting ELC for a firmer ride, less weight transfer to the rear at the track, or simply adjusting your ride height:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=83
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Okay I have not read through all of the Tech info for it is extremely long. I was just wondering if you guys have anything in there on how to replace supercharger bearings. I was told mine are going out and would not like to pay the 1000 dollar dealer charge of fixing them. I am a do it yourselfer so no tast is too hard. thanks
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A few members here have done it, and it'* not too common to have to. If you post this in Forced Induction, we can help you out. (and verify that this is actually the problem). It'* typically just a 30 dollar coupler that needs replacing.
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New Techinfo article on adjusting ELC for a firmer ride, less weight transfer to the rear at the track, or simply adjusting your ride height:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=83
was'nt there a way to do this on the 00+ models? Pdad posted the schematics that showed what went where, maybe he has a write up or something already?
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Been awhile....new article http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=84 details the wire colors for the starter column (switch) wiring in a 1993. Other years similar. This should help troubleshooting Vats (passkey), starting problems, or aid in the install of an aftermarket alarm/starter.

Thanks to acg_ssei.
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Techinfo, Specifications, article 16:

Resistance measurements at specific temperatures for testing IAT and ECT sensors.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=87
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