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      What happened?

      What happened?
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      :thumbup: I plan to keep at the little things on...

      :thumbup:
      I plan to keep at the little things on mine this winter, and/or hit the build of my 83 or the 91.
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      Honestly, running a silenced twin screw is too...

      Honestly, running a silenced twin screw is too much work. If I wasn't so far down the path, I would just get another G Lader with a professional rebuild, or opt to plunk down the $3K to get the UK...
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      Morning surrise- minor

      Driving in today, I guess I got another signal to hurry up and get the update done.
      Have a lot of things taking priority, but at a light I blurped the throttle only to be surpised to see a hint of...
    5. Thread: CIS-E G Lader

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      Haha Someone must be re-reading my early...

      Haha
      Someone must be re-reading my early posts.:)
      Wished I had done a more % open area perforation and made it more like a Naca scoop.
      Maybe I'll add an outer scoop, but soon it will just be...
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      That sounds like a smart plan. Nothing wrong...

      That sounds like a smart plan. Nothing wrong with putting the 8V back in the 86 as it will be more original.
      Sometimes posting and getting a reply makes the decision become visible.

      I am in a...
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      Saw the picture this morning and was thinking...

      Saw the picture this morning and was thinking some on the drive to work.
      Looks like you have CIS-L
      L being Lambda Controlled CIS.
      The AAR does a lot to effect this system.
      Now that I have seen...
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      Two other things to add. You mentioned having an...

      Two other things to add.
      You mentioned having an auxiliary air regulator.
      I am not familiar with that being in CIS-E. Do you mean the ISV. Or can you post a picture of that?

      Second, the first...
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      No problem, I hope it helps. From what I have...

      No problem,
      I hope it helps.
      From what I have learned the control plunger stop depth is often overlooked on the troubleshooting of CIS.
      Though from what little I understand of the "floating body...
    10. Glad you sorted it out. What I found helpful, I...

      Glad you sorted it out.
      What I found helpful, I saw/read a while back. Before loosening any allen bolts, give each a few raps with a hammer, this helps free up the corrosive bond or static tension...
    11. Thread: CIS-E G Lader

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      MPG

      This last tank
      32.023 MPG!

      That is all..;)
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      Like the plate. Leaves you open for F/I options...

      Like the plate.
      Leaves you open for F/I options
      I noticed the same thing when I changed my mounts.
      Just be aware, they may go sooner than you think.
      All the twist in my car for about a year and I...
    13. :popcorn: Bookmarking this for reading later....

      :popcorn:
      Bookmarking this for reading later.
      Lots of good pictures, and glad to have found your build.
      I'd like to find a fox-agon at some point. My 88 4 door never intrigued me, but it was a...
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      This is tell-tale signs of a control plunger stop...

      This is tell-tale signs of a control plunger stop depth needing adjustment, especially seeing your engine is breathing more air and mot too dissimilar to my initial woes when I supercharged.

      Being...
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      Sounds like you have a wheel bearing going bad....

      Sounds like you have a wheel bearing going bad.
      Mine recently had this same symptom and I worked around the true root cause changing a lot of other stuff before tracking it down to my left front...
    16. Thread: CIS-E G Lader

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      If you have read my whole thread ;), I think I...

      If you have read my whole thread ;), I think I posted the "secret"
      From the CIS point of view:

      There is a way to adjust volumetric mechanical flow rates. It was done at the factory on every CIS...
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      Last tank 31.83 MPG, almost hit my new target,...

      Last tank 31.83 MPG, almost hit my new target, but maybe I will surpass it after I tweak the alignment a bit and possibly try leaning the DPR. Overall, not wanting to touch it for concern of making...
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      In for pictures to oogle over the Callaway...

      In for pictures to oogle over the Callaway heritage coolness.

      :pic::popcorn:
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      Wheel noise update

      While I had idle time on Friday, I figured I would try and isolate the noise issue.
      The test was a little unsettleing but certainly helped find the fault.
      I jacked the car, removed the wheels up...
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      ^ looks very cool for CIS-Basic F/I Thanks for...

      ^ looks very cool for CIS-Basic F/I
      Thanks for sharing it. I will have to check it out further.
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