Type: Posts; User: rysskii3
It has been gone for a bit now. I don't remember if I updated the thread, But I will tomorrow.
Carter fuel pump that is bolted to the frame.
For some reason my exhaust likes to tear up the bushings, so time to try powerflex stuff.
Looks good. You got to do something about the body roll and get a better seat.
That makes more sense.
please do something about the hood and the grill.
They are. I had them on my mk5 and it was a smooth ride, that's it. I run h&r rss club sport with a ton of other stuff and weight reduction. I think I could have gone stiffer without a problem. For...
Don't get st coils, they are way too soft.
Wow. I'm impressed.
Carter is a push, not pull style pump. You should mount it near the tank, then run a new 3/8 fuel line to an fpr under the hood, and then fpr to carbs. Don't forget to use a fuel filter pre Carter...
Valvoline VR1 20w50
For those who have asked myself and others a million times about wiring. Whoever posts diagrams here, please state the engine and ignition type (oem distributor or vac distributor). Also, state any...
Forgot to post pics and a video from my autox a few months back.
tilt it so that the diff angled up, then push the whol etransmission back, towards the cabin, and then rotate the far side, the one near the wheel, towards the front of the car. what you are trying...
One is the return. You can figure out which by unscrewing the fuel pump access plate in the trunk/hatch. If you are using a low pressure pump, then you wont need a return line.
Carbs are pushing more fuel into the engine, if the block is just refubrished, then the piston rings should seal well, otherwise the fuel will dilute the oil and the car will start smoking like a...
I'm really considering it. Let me see if I can find a way to pick up