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About scott87star

  • Birthday 03/27/1961

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  • Interests
    Freezing, thawing, thunderstorms and constant wind.
  • Location
    Dickinson, NORTH DAKOTA
  • Gender
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  • Zip Code
    58601
  • Model
    Starion
  • Type
    ESI-R
  • Model Year
    1987
  • Transmission Type
    Manual
  • Factory Color
    Polar White
  • Interior Color
    Dark Red
  • Status
    On the road

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  1. No one told me the battery was relocated, you have to have the engine block grounded directly to the battery negative with the same gauge wire as the factory, plus it has to tie in to the chassis the same way the factory did it. Everyone that relocates the battery screws that up.
  2. Tim Ennis, aka motocamTim is now selling Chad manifolds.
  3. My Flatty is MS-TBI running two secondary injectors along with a flex fuel sensor and COP. There aren’t any huge differences in the VE table between MPI and TBI, certainly the overall VE is higher and extends somewhat higher in the rpm axis but you’d only notice if looking at them side by side.
  4. No, I don’t install. Yes, they aren’t that big so you could slide one into the back.
  5. I have three new windshields in the Phoenix area and I believe two in the Bismarck, ND area. $300 each pickup only. Shipping is possible but basically doubles the price. Scott
  6. Looking down at the module in the distributor with the module at the 12 O'clock position the left terminal is the VR+ and the right the VR- on the OEM VR pickup. For the CR125 you run +12V to the left terminal and the right terminal is the pickup, for it to work correctly you need to add a 1K resistor between the terminals, that acts as a 12V pull up to give a 12V square wave signal to the ECU.
  7. There are table generators in each table, under Tools. Just answer a few parameter questions and done. It won’t be perfect but a good place to start.
  8. Look in the FAQ's and How To's under body, hatch strut replacement. http://www.starquestclub.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=146639
  9. Really, no one read this? It's a safety device to keep your butt from getting showered in fuel if something really bad happens to the internal pressure sensing tube.
  10. AEM, not sure were I got it. Also mated to a fidanza, very good pedal feel.
  11. Well I'm not going to bid against Crazy Larry!
  12. They make plastic welding stuff and/or they make plastic making kits if you have a mold or similar. Try Eastwood, http://www.eastwood.com/rigid-plastic-repair-kits.html, I used that to fill in a bunch of holes in a tail light housing plus fix the cracks. Worked really well.
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