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  1. Thread: Strong enough?

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    I would't worry about it. It should be plenty...

    I would't worry about it. It should be plenty strong. I would worry more about the bolt coming loose. I would put a couple of drops of blue loctite on the threads.
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    I don't remeber how it referneces trigger off...

    I don't remeber how it referneces trigger off set. If you get the tdc mark on the pulley to line up with the timing mark on the front cover then you should be good.
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    It was nice meeting you last night. I wish I...

    It was nice meeting you last night. I wish I could come out more often but the baby usually throws a wrench into that idea.
    The 54 street meet just happens to be about 2 miles from my house so the...
  4. The important part is the plastic flap that...

    The important part is the plastic flap that sticks out under the radiator. It does a great job and creating a high pressure zone so that the air will want to go up and through the radiator. If you...
  5. Excellent. How do you like having the tablet to...

    Excellent. How do you like having the tablet to tune with?
    Is the tablet too bright at night...can you dim it down enough so that you are not blinded?
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    This.,,, Or Gude performance might still do...

    This.,,,

    Or Gude performance might still do them too.
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    91-94, the tach output is the same as the high...

    91-94, the tach output is the same as the high ref line. The two pins are connected internally to the ICM and split to two separate terminals at the connector.
    So you can use either one.
    On 95...
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    I don't remember the spec. They should have the...

    I don't remember the spec.
    They should have the crush washer/gasket on them too.
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    The plugs coming loose is not normal. Make sure...

    The plugs coming loose is not normal. Make sure you torque them correctly when you pit them back in.
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    Was the grease in the starter solenoid dried oit?...

    Was the grease in the starter solenoid dried oit? That happened to a starter on my wife's old saturn.
    I put a new starter in becuase i didn't know what was wrong with it.
    One slow day at work i...
  11. Thread: Hi!

    by S.Bretz
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    Hello Ric...welcome.

    Hello Ric...welcome.
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    Yes...and you may need to find someone that has...

    Yes...and you may need to find someone that has the program. We used to have CD's with the calibrations on them. The new way is to download it through GM.
    To be honest, I don't know if the...
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    If you get a new one it may need to be...

    If you get a new one it may need to be programmed. If you get one out of a junk yard you should not have to program it.
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    That would 9.47 degrees between teeth. About...

    That would 9.47 degrees between teeth. About 19degrees when referencing crank rotation.
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    Anyone know how many teeth are on a first gen cam...

    Anyone know how many teeth are on a first gen cam gear? I don't think i have any anymore so i cannot count myself.
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    Correct...that adjustment can be measured in cam...

    Correct...that adjustment can be measured in cam degrees. That meathod will produce a number in cam degrees.
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    Now that I think about it, what Jay and I used to...

    Now that I think about it, what Jay and I used to to before we had adjustable cam gears was to file down the alignment notch on the cam gear. 0.010 removed might equal to a change of 2 cam degrees...
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    Cam timing and ignition timing are two separate...

    Cam timing and ignition timing are two separate things. You are referring to the ignition time, the OP is referring to the cam timing.
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    Both numbers are correct (assuming the math is...

    Both numbers are correct (assuming the math is correct on 360/ number of teeth).
    ~9 degrees in cam degrees, ~18 degrees when referring to the position of the crank. The crankshaft moves 720 degrees...
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    I did some math years back that said 1 degree of...

    I did some math years back that said 1 degree of retard around a .020 deck of the head. I am not sure where you are getting 2 degrees at .010 decking.

    My numbers were based on an old vernier...
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    If I remember correctly we used to replace the...

    If I remember correctly we used to replace the handles all the time. There was a recall to replace 4 handles. But that was about 10 yrs ago now and I don't remember specifics. I do know the back was...
  22. Thread: AC Pressures

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    1.5lbs of oil? Or 134? If 1.5lbs of oil, that is...

    1.5lbs of oil? Or 134? If 1.5lbs of oil, that is TOO much. You can add 2oz if you want to top it off on oil but adding too much will take up too much space in the system and it can reduce the...
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    The SC2 rims on the front look good.

    The SC2 rims on the front look good.
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    Today I took the boat out with Green Monstah and...

    Today I took the boat out with Green Monstah and boostedsl2.
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    You will have to make something custom.

    You will have to make something custom.
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