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Old 01-06-2008, 04:08 PM   #41
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to remove the cv axles, you want to get a pry bar between the trans and the cv. DO NOT pull on the axles itself. the only thing that hold those together are the boot clamps. you dont want to separte those. best to leave em intact.

so, you are ditching the sc all together? do you want to get rid of those injectors?

if you stay n/a, then the 29# L67 injectors are too much for a L27 setup, which is 24#
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yep getting rid of the */c for now that is, i dunno. might go back might not. And thanks about the injector info
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what exactly is wrong with the charger?

oh and i forgot to mention that the 2 alternator plugs are the same. no splice needed
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it spins fine, but it'* like a tooth is bent on one of the gears. ummmm what is a better way to say that......ahhhhh.. It will make 2 or 3 rotations then it will get to a hard spot. I should know more by tomorrow night
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well after i took the a/c off it spins fine now go figure.
Well I got the intake on and got the belt system fixed.
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one problem. How does one go about replacing this? Also what is the right way to remove one.
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that 91 ecm will not run that linear egr. and i dont think you can block that intake. i would suggest a 92 alum intake and delete the egr.

like i said, i have a spare, if you need one.
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Random talk part 1

Weather has been crappy, my work schedule is not the good. And the car is 26miles away. So I had a lot of time to think Go to the yard and pull a LN3 dorp it in get the car running. (If I can find one that not been dogged out) Then go back to the ideal of a */c motor. Pull all the brackets off the other park ave I saw with 194k, and the */c LIM

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I belive my LIM got bent when it hit the gound, reason for the */c not turning right. I'm gonna fab up some type crap so i can connect the */c to a drill and see how it acts. You may want to know how much i spent so far, well it still way under a $100, The LIM gasket and intake was the only thing that cost more than $20. By only like 2 bucks.

Getting back on topic for real
1. Can I use a 92-95 N/a subfram?
2. How do you think the tranny can put up with the */c 3800
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