I guess this is going to turn into my project log since I don't see any other place for it on the forum. Went out to the my barn where I'm storing the car while I get these couple of things wrapped up so I can get it to pass inspection and saw LOTS of cat prints on the car.
Tonight I finished up removing the clutch vacum lines and getting the new lines run (tried to keep it as clean as possible) Really wanna get rid of that AC now:muahaha:
This line going to the brake booster does not need a check valve correct?
I also knew the Front Air Dam was missing, but noticed some parts were still attached. bye bye extra weight
Last, but not least this showed up in the mail today!
Dropped battery off to be charged/tested at Autozone. Once I have the wires and my battery back (if it turns out to be no good I plan on going with a dry cell half size, but still gotta do research and figure out which one) I'm going to start testing all electrical systems again since I feel like I'm starting to get a better understanding. I sure hope it turns out to be something simple and not $$$CAS$$$
New plugs and wires Installed. Stealth 316's write up helped on assembling the wires, but I have no idea how he did it without any di-electric grease I almost killed myself trying before making the trip to Autozone.
I previously lived in Houston, TX and got to know a few of the members there locally from the Houston 3Si chapter. I recently moved to Central Pennsylvania and now live in Harrisburg on Front Street right in the city. I also recently repurchased a 1991 3000GT VR4 from a member of this board that...
I had this post up in the for sale section but the people that were interested were not local, so I thought I would put something up here. Long story short the vehicle does not run right and I'm sick and tired of messing with it. Listing it for $4,000 as is. With the amount of performance...
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