I know what you mean but a couple of teeth don't change your AFRs drastic enough to have mechanical failure. Not in my experience at the least.
Ohh yeah, that sounds like something vibrated loose! Lol. If it was just one side of your corners, then I would suggest testing the bulb sockets....
If you're going to go through allll the trouble, minus well make it look nice!
I've gone as far as 6 teeth past oem specs.. then turned back 2 teeth and it was almost perfect! AFR gauge does add insurance.
Led use a lot less juice then halogens.. most setups require using resistors to aid with rapid flash conditions.. did yours do that before it went...
That sounds like a different problem, what exactly is it doing?
Hoping the worst is behind you! That thing needs to get some psi running through it's veins! Haha
Now that just lifted the bar on the ingenuity scale! Hahah and saved you about 15 labor hours!
The only thing I can think about that dizzy that I don't like, is the size! But that goes out the window when you remember how much better spark...
I second the weight ballast..fill her up with 91!! Lol. Smoother ride too..
A lot of good info here!
That's what I was noticing once you start reading the parts description.. I never used rockauto before, going to look into that! Trying to...
Yea that's definitely turning out mint! What parts did you go with for suspension/steering? Did you piece it together or did you buy a kit? I ask...
Nice going man! Curious as to how you held the pistons in place! ? Haha I would've assumed they would just fall out..
Cherry Bomb for the win! Lol
^^Good bit of important info.
Get the w55/w56. If you want shorter 1st and 2nd, then go for a later model w56.
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