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  • Elmolino ·
    Thanks for the link, I have read that before. Fortunately, there are no government fees for converting cars to electric in California. You simply take the car to the DMV and they verify that it has been converted to electric. No more smog checks! Additionally, you get the white carpool sticker too.

    Seth
    alfalori86 ·
    Hi Steve, My address is
    Michael Szlashta
    43 Red Hawk Drive
    Cranston, RI 02921

    email is [email protected]
    let me know your email I will PayPal you payment of $30. I have an 86 and want to get it powder coated but want to minimize downtime of my 86.
    alfalori86 ·
    Hi Steve, My address is
    Michael Szlashta
    43 Red Hawk Drive
    Cranston, RI 02921

    email is [email protected]
    let me know your email I will PayPal you payment of $30. I have an 86 and want to get it powder coated but want to minimize downtime of my 86.
    91spiderNV ·
    You'll like this. I find myself in Atlanta on business the week of Oct 20. About 5 hour south in Gainesville Florida, Grassroots Motorsport Magazine is putting on their annual $2104 car challenge. The event consists of autocross/drag race and concours judging but all cars can only be worth/spent $2014. I found an 89 spider in half way shape in st Augustine florida I plan to do the event. Cant go wronf with the $150 entry fee and whole bunch of fun. So I posted "how to make a slow car faster!" I do alfetta sport sedans but not willing spend money to ship that far. After the event I'll drive the car up to Atlanta and leave with it with my cousin.
    Stevew ·
    Indeed it is!

    Cleaned up the rear diff area (yech), dropped the pan and reinstalled with sealant. So far, no signs of leakage. That diff fluid was everywhere before. Just got a new UJ and will install tomorrow. Thanks for your visit and assistance!
    papajam ·
    Hi Steve,
    Yes, a quite enjoyable chat it was!
    It is an assumption on my part that the ignition ECU MAY know of a component failure and resort to a default ignition curve possibly based on the input from the remaining sensors. But that's an assumption based on experience with non-Bosch ECUs. I reckon one could hook up a timing light and find out. Can't confirm about the aneroid disks but it would make sense that one would be atmospheric.
    Good luck with the idle and Darren's thread is now a sticky.
    Jim
    DPeterson3 ·
    Hello Steve,

    Sorry for slow reply. Didn't spot your message in my inbox for some reason.

    I'm currently in Austin, TX, and hopefully only a few days from being back in Carson. I've spent the last month flying my airplane back from Uruguay. Long trip, and ready for my own bed. Going to look at a Montreal tomorrow. Shouldn't buy it, but I might.

    Cheers,
    Don
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