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Site Questions and Announcements / Happy Birthday Sjak :)
« on: October 17, 2011, 11:53:51 AM »
Yeaeeeh, finally a BrakMobile  

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Site Questions and Announcements / Happy Birthday Sjak :)
« on: October 15, 2011, 04:41:04 AM »
Hello People,

Happy Birthday Sjak :)

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 71 sport fury
« on: April 24, 2011, 08:36:20 AM »
On the road again, YEAH!  
more videos please :D

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 71 sport fury
« on: March 28, 2011, 01:01:15 AM »
yep he is getting a good deal no doubt 

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 71 sport fury
« on: March 27, 2011, 10:24:47 AM »
and what did he said about the shot bushings          
by the way hello guys

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MEMBERS Project Cars in Progress / 71 sport fury
« on: January 03, 2011, 02:55:16 AM »
Sjak go get an Imperial

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Tech- - FUEL / ThermoQuad Info
« on: December 14, 2010, 02:15:02 AM »
not gone so far as I have both manifolds, can check if anyone cares



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General Mopar Discussions / 57 or 58 Chrysler 300?
« on: December 08, 2010, 02:01:13 AM »

Quote from: firedome

No, transistors were not "there since 1920's". Shockley, Bratton and
Bardeen, of Bell Labs, got the Nobel Prize for inventing them, which they did, first publishing in
1949/50.  The Bendix Electrojector actually worked very well, when
it worked, but it had some capacitance issues, however it was not slow to
respond to throttle inputs. Contemporary road tests commented on the
excellent response, acceleration and top end, better than the twin carb
392 hemi. I had one of these cars, the carb version. The EFI  did
lack modern sophisticated sensor inputs like
O2 sensors (the original Volvo Lambda Sond was the first in 1978),
barometric pressure sensors, and similar stuff that we expect now, but
it was pretty good for it's day, again, when working as intended, and it
was far more advanced and superior to the Mercedes mechanical injection
of the time ala that found on the 300SL.



great info thanks man,  its still not  computer efi that I meant but was way advanced at that time.

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General Mopar Discussions / 57 or 58 Chrysler 300?
« on: December 05, 2010, 11:42:11 AM »

yes transistors are there since 1920s but I mean was not that advanced on integrated circuits to handle 'complex'  instructions, I guess they were very slow though for ignition and fuel system at that time 
Imperiyad2010-12-06 04:47:31

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General Mopar Discussions / 57 or 58 Chrysler 300?
« on: December 03, 2010, 11:23:12 AM »
don't remember where and when I read about it, I remembered it because I like EFI more than carbs, wonder what hardware and program they used since there were no transistors or chips!!, really amazing

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General Mopar Discussions / 57 or 58 Chrysler 300?
« on: December 03, 2010, 11:04:58 AM »
one of my top 10, I guess the 58' 300 the first Chrysler used Electric EFI

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Tech- - FUEL / ThermoQuad Info
« on: December 01, 2010, 01:41:38 PM »


In the 85% alcohol and 15% gas, I'm indeed 20-30% saving but its not only about money, the car is running faster and engine is quieter smoother, Octane is 105, no extra consumption on highway driving!






Imperiyad2010-12-01 18:58:54

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Tech- - FUEL / ThermoQuad Info
« on: December 01, 2010, 02:07:02 AM »
Yes its true about the jets it will need more 20% 30% fuel but does not mean that much consumption , my friend converted his VW Golf to 100% E85 by making new jets for carb
as for gaskets this is  not really true, they are confusing with Methanol, or gaskets are already old or bad




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Tech- - FUEL / ThermoQuad Info
« on: November 30, 2010, 11:06:52 PM »
yeah I know its street carb but quality is important since its not for gasoline, The Carb will get will be already rebuilt for the E85, ofcourse is this not enough for us so we will disassemble, I guess the rebuild kit will be better quality since made for E85
Quote from: 1965Windsor361
I loved my 3310.. easy to work on.. easy to tune.. go for it.. I ran one for 11 years and loved it..







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Tech- - FUEL / ThermoQuad Info
« on: November 30, 2010, 12:13:38 PM »

Quote from: Sjak Brak

 


this scares me, I want a 3310 Holley for my E85 application and there aren't a lot of options

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