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  1. Injuneer
    11-27-2016 06:12 PM - permalink
    Injuneer
    Once again....

    PLEASE DO NOT POST TECH QUESTIONS HERE

    I normally don't check Visitor Messages very often.
  2. Injuneer
    11-27-2016 06:12 PM - permalink
    Injuneer
    Once again....

    PLEASE DO NOT POST TECH QUESTIONS HERE

    I normally don't check Visitor Messages very often.
  3. Injuneer
    11-27-2016 06:12 PM - permalink
    Injuneer
    Once again....

    PLEASE DO NOT POST TECH QUESTIONS HERE

    I normally don't check Visitor Messages very often.
  4. 94ZinEdgewater
    11-17-2016 07:57 PM - permalink
    94ZinEdgewater
    I've been fighting with my 94 Z28 for years and have finally got stumped. First the starter would not engage. I found voltage drops all through the circuit. Replaced the fusible link, ignition switch/connector, jumpered the relay, still would only work randomly. Ended up adding a relay to the power and that cured it. Fuel pumps (have2) wouldn't come on and found the (2) orange wires for the battery power to the PCM had no power. Cut the wires and ran them to the junction with a 10A fuse like in the fuse box. Now it runs for 3 sec and the fuel pressure drops to 0 and it dies. After it dies, I can hear the fuel pumps running again. Tried to connect my laptop with TunesCats as I've done a million times and it wouldn't establish comm. It seems like the C100 connector has issues since all the suspect wires run through it. It looks fine though. Any ideas? Thanks
  5. Bryson_bones
    11-07-2016 08:56 PM - permalink
    Bryson_bones
    hey when you get the time could you have a look at my log file i posted on the thread
  6. Injuneer
    10-27-2016 10:37 PM - permalink
    Injuneer
    Once again....

    PLEASE DO NOT POST TECH QUESTIONS HERE

    I normally don't check Visitor Messages very often.
  7. Injuneer
    10-27-2016 10:35 PM - permalink
    Injuneer
    I guess you missed the notice about NOT posting tech questions here... I really prefer that you post in the forums. There are multiple people here who could answer this question.

    You cut the sheet metal with tin snips, or something easy to control like a Dremel tool with it's small cutoff wheel. Common sense.... don't cut deep, don't use a Dremel if you smell fuel vapor. But the tank is a closed system. The EVAP system traps hydrocarbons before they can escape from the tank. However if the hose that runs from the fuel sending unit is cracked, there will be vapor present and you will have been smelling it every day. Do the work outside so any vapor can disipate. But it's also possible for something to go wrong, and I don't think you can force your mechanic to take that risk.

    Hundreds of people have done this. I have never heard of anyone having a fire.

    And of course neither this site nor I assume any responsibility for the consequences. It's all on you.
  8. john rawson
    10-26-2016 08:56 PM - permalink
    john rawson
    Howdy Helpful person, I posted about what turns out to be a fuel pump funk 25psi vs 41-47psi. The mechanic (nice guy ) said 900$ I then rearched some post about a hatch door in sheey metal (steel) above gas tank as an easy and logical way to affect repair without breaking the bank. I took pictures of the posts and at first he was all in, now he says he is afraid that therer is too little space between the sheet metal, assuming using a grinder or an power chisel and he thinks that this approach is dangerous. I dissagree but didnt have enough ammo to counter the argument. Is there realistically enough space to a) either use a grinder to cut a hatch door without causing boom boom with sparks or b) use a power chisel to to affect the sheet metal ostomy without sparks ? Also could I drill small holes if there is adeqaute space? HELP!!
  9. Injuneer
    05-11-2016 12:04 AM - permalink
    Injuneer
    PLEASE DO NOT POST TECH QUESTIONS HERE

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  10. Injuneer
    05-11-2016 12:02 AM - permalink
    Injuneer
    You mentioned different wheels in your "Whhels and Tires" forum post and I replied there. I would prefer that you copy/paste your message below to that forum. I actually have several posts asking people not to post tech questions here. I guess they've slipped down so far they no longer get anyone's attention. I seldom come to Visitor Messages to check.

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    94 Formula A3+1: 381ci all-forged stroker - Callies Stealth, Oliver 5.85 billet rods, BME nitrous pistons / CNC LT4 heads / Comp Cams custom solid roller / TH400 + GearVendors OD / Strange 12-bolt - 4.11's / 300-shot N2O / Spohn suspension / 6-pt roll bar with integrated SFC's / AutoMeter instrumentation / MoTeC M48Pro engine management system / a few other odds 'n ends. 800HP/800LB-FT at the flywheel.

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