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Old 12-29-2007, 12:12 PM   #31
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hows the project coming along?
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Old 12-29-2007, 01:15 PM   #32
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I remembered something of GREAT importance. You will also need to change over the harmonic balacer, and perhaps the crank sensor, in order for the LN3 pcm to control it. The pulses per revolution, or resolution, is lower on the LN3. So if you keep the L67 balancer and try to start it, it won't know what in the hell to do.

Now we return you to your regularly scheduled programming, already in progress.
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Old 12-30-2007, 09:34 PM   #33
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hows the project coming along?
Not to fast but it'* coming, now I just got to get a TPI intake, and the back two sturts off that Bonneville.
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ive got a 92 upper and lower intake

send a pm if u need
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Well i had a chance to work on it today.
Nice
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Some of the broken parts
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Start of the drive swap
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needs a lil tlc, im sure youll take care of that. looks like the oil was maintained ok. but i guarntee the rear cyl head looks darker than that front

id get thos valve covers back on and clean that gunk off the eng. esp on the intake. thats a problem waiting to happen.

did you get the engine harness?

what kind of damage did the sc take?

and are you going na for now, then sc later?
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I got most of the engine harness
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and they had another 94 park ave come in same color and everything, but it was dogged out with 194k. But i did get this just in case.
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And the new shocks and sturt bar
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and the cv alex should just pull out right?....well i know i will have to pull hard
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keystone light??? wtf??? J/K....


whats missing from the harness, it looks shy a few plugs?

if those struts are gas-matics, you may consider an alternative replacement. those are "get me by" struts. and if you plan to keep this car, id recomend not using gas-matics.

did you get the prom from the car the eng came out of? that ecu is useless w/o the correct mem-cal
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Not the same car but it did come out of a 94 */c park ave. Got it for another good price. And the struts are Monro-Maticstill not the top, but not the bottom. And nothing is missing off the harness
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I will be going back to the country to work on this Tuesday, till then. Enjoy my videos. Sorry for cell phone videos but it gets the point across.

For the most part don't pay attention to what i say. Note the beer in the earlier post. At the time i thought i could just swap intakes.
(Almost like Dave'* farm)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-27Mwn87Zss

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgs99kkNswY

here is when i was kind of buzzing
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