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Thread: My '91 Black Eunos Pitcrew Project

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    3,000 rpm - starting to feel the power Slampen's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryryna6 View Post
    Now Whats next on the Engine Mods Hmmm
    Bet Skuzzle have some good ideas. ;)

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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Ryryna6's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamieH View Post
    Looking nice and flat from 5,500 to redline. Very nice.

    Defintely following this.
    Thanks Im Pretty Happy Considering it was all guess work

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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Ryryna6's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slampen View Post
    Bet Skuzzle have some good ideas. ;)
    Trying To Do all The Work Myself,
    Maybe a 40/50thou Skim, and Some Port Work..

    Also Rip out the ECU And Make A Megajolt Kinda System? Or A Off the Shelf Nodiz Pro, Or Omex 200 Ignition Controller.

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    NODIZ ME strikes again!

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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Ryryna6's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by atlex View Post
    NODIZ ME strikes again!
    trying to avoid it tbh... just alternatives are few and far

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    Now Ry, do you have any thoughts on why carburetors are a ridiculous approach?

    (thanks for the late night giggles as I read through you schooling the uneducated)

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    1,000 rpm - releasing the clutch Ryryna6's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldgrayleather View Post
    Now Ry, do you have any thoughts on why carburetors are a ridiculous approach?

    (thanks for the late night giggles as I read through you schooling the uneducated)

    Don't Even Get Me Started.....
    Even With Proof And Explanation, They Still Fail To Grasp it.
    I Got Bombarded With Message Requests too.

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