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81. Re: Ed...was manual choke conversion (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 1999 22:53:48 EDT
Flame suit on, here is my $.02 Ed and Lawrie and other pro's that are on this list have three things to sell parts, labor, and knowledge. When they take time away from their business to answer a post
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00054.html (11,447 bytes)

82. Re: please post...complete trans w/ od for sale (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 2 Oct 1999 22:57:41 EDT
It's my understanding that 3 main and 5 main engines use different diameter input shafts. I seems this being mentioned a while back in a thread concerning engine swaps between 3 main and 5 main engin
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00055.html (7,309 bytes)

83. OT Virus warning FUNNY (score: 1)
Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 21:06:02 EDT
Before anybody e-mails back the following is a JOKE. NEW VIRUS WARNING If you receive an e-mail with a subject line of "Badtimes," delete it immediately WITHOUT reading it. This is the most dangerous
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00076.html (7,953 bytes)

84. Re: towing (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 20:57:08 EDT
Say what? I can't speak for all the front drive cars out there but I have never seen a front drive car with a drive shaft. Perhaps I am missing something. Since I work for a company that sells AWD ca
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00250.html (8,163 bytes)

85. Re: MG LIST, RE: argh, etc. (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 22:36:20 EDT
Oh, if you cut me do I not bleed? Outbacks are the only station wagons (estates)? Want to haul stuff as well as haul @$$? Can you say Volvo Turbo? Largest enough cargo space to haul a cast iron batht
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00528.html (7,345 bytes)

86. Re: Timing Light (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 01:09:22 EDT
negative Use it the same way you would use it on a negative ground car. Red lead to (+), and black to (-) The only difference is the red lead will be connected to a ground point (positive ground reme
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00636.html (8,293 bytes)

87. Re: Timing Light (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 12:22:35 EDT
DON'T go there. With the engine running there is way more than 12V at the coil primary. Rick Ewald
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00645.html (8,090 bytes)

88. Re: Timing Light (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 22:56:33 EDT
Lonn, The problem is not that the system runs at 13.5-14.5VDC the lights are set up for that. The problem is that a coil produces high voltage AC for the ignition system and there is a self induction
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00676.html (9,291 bytes)

89. Re: Timing Light (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 22:59:18 EDT
CR, Your a sick puppy. My kind of people! ROTFLMAO Rick
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00677.html (7,774 bytes)

90. Re: Roller throw out bearing (score: 1)
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 23:21:30 EDT
I With carbon T/O I have always gotten 75K (or more) on a clutch. Many years ago I put in a Borg and Beck roller in. At about 35K it started to make a small noise when the clutch pedal was depressed.
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00856.html (9,500 bytes)

91. Re: Roller throw out bearing (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:31:55 EDT
Between my own car and friends cars 4 or 5. Before I learned how to A) drive a clutch and B) how to properly replace a clutch My Mileage Did Vary (MMDV) Tips on replacing a clutch Replace all three p
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg00945.html (9,799 bytes)

92. Re: Roller throw out bearing (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:06:58 EDT
That was in Barney's post along with changing the gaskets in the front of the gearbox. I was feeling lazy and didn't feel like cutting and pasting old news. Rick
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01048.html (8,098 bytes)

93. Re: Steering Wheel Question (score: 1)
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:17:48 EDT
Any good racing supply house can set you up if you are dead set on this. However not is all sweetness and light. To install a quick release you will have to cut the steering shaft and have a new end
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01049.html (7,916 bytes)

94. Re: Fuel in Australia (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 00:19:27 EDT
it Well sort of...... There are two types of octane ratings Research and Motor. One of these is much higher than the other. (I used to know which was larger, but I forgot many years ago) The Octane r
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01051.html (7,542 bytes)

95. Re: The prince of darkness strikes again....... (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:01:05 EDT
be Iam going to guess that you still have 2 six volt batteries in series. 2 sixes in series (or 1 12 for that matter) produce 12.72 volts when fully charged. 12.4 volts is 3/4 charge, 12.25 volts is
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01085.html (7,788 bytes)

96. Re: Fingertight Malcolm (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:15:16 EDT
Well, I might as well owe up to my own FTM move on an LBC. It was many years ago (28 to be exact). My buddy and I had pulled the head off my B for some reason which slips my mind. It was winter here
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01086.html (8,744 bytes)

97. Re: How about a lights-on warning bell? (score: 1)
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 23:50:12 EDT
What I always thought was a simpler solution is what the current European car makers do. They wire the headlight switch to the keyed ignition (with relays of course) Key on head lights work, key off
/html/mgs/1999-10/msg01354.html (7,906 bytes)

98. Re: loss of power (score: 1)
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 1999 23:51:23 EDT
How could th EGR valve (which allows some exhaust gas back into the intake) make the engine use oil? Stuck open will cause a poor lumpy idle, stuck closed will normaly cause no symptoms. Getting back
/html/mgs/1999-09/msg00031.html (7,482 bytes)

99. Re: no power (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 00:41:44 EDT
weights OK repeat after me. An engine needs 1. Fuel, 2. Air, 3. compression, 4. Spark all of these are needed at the right place at the right time, in the right amount. (thanks to Dick O'Kane) You wi
/html/mgs/1999-09/msg00109.html (8,014 bytes)

100. Re: Pull to the left jap car. (score: 1)
Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 00:45:08 EDT
Swap the tires left to right and see if the pull either gets better or go the other way if either of these happens it is a tire problem. If the pull is the same it is mechanical. Rick Ewald
/html/mgs/1999-09/msg00110.html (7,117 bytes)

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