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  1. Parts to spin the 2.3 Whipple a little faster...

    Parts to spin the 2.3 Whipple a little faster have arrived.

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  2. AC reinstalled on my 91 SC along with a couple more upgrades....

    Switched from a MP FMIC with AC deleted to a traditional FMIC with full width Griffin radiator, full width condenser and OEM style fan....all for a 97 Thunderbird. To make room for the new IC tube...
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    [QUOTE=Ron Randall;1126815] Yes it is...

    Yes it is possible, and you don't even need nitrous. Several people have done it.

    http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthread.php?139536-91-SC-pulls-504-rwhp-on-the-Dream-Crusher

    David
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    Mike, I've never asked Grundy to increase...

    Mike,

    I've never asked Grundy to increase mine, they just do it a little each year at renewal. Might want to check with Haggerty to see what they require for setting the value.

    David
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    I doubt you will find an MN12 Thunderbird selling...

    I doubt you will find an MN12 Thunderbird selling for $40K anywhere. If your insurance company requires that as proof, suggest you switch to Grundy. Mine is insured for $55K and all they needed was...
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    Same deal for my 91 SC with Grundy.

    Same deal for my 91 SC with Grundy.
  7. Remove cam sensor syncro stalk and reinstall...

    Remove cam sensor syncro stalk and reinstall separate from the timing cover. See link below for instructions on installing the stalk.
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    Micah, Sounds just like I remembered. I...

    Micah,

    Sounds just like I remembered.

    I thought Dave D fixed the Huckabuck thing during Hot Rod power tour ??

    David
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    No gasket required, just use a thin coat of...

    No gasket required, just use a thin coat of Permatex gray high temp RTV.

    David
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    Micah, You were actually driving your car...

    Micah,

    You were actually driving your car recently ?

    David
  11. Hi Micah, Glad to see you're still checking...

    Hi Micah,

    Glad to see you're still checking in, every once in awhile.

    David
  12. Spinning Wheels SC was also selling these parts...

    Spinning Wheels SC was also selling these parts but it looks like their website is now offline, so SCP may be the only source. I know several people who have used the MP 10% OD crank pulley and yes...
  13. No, not enough to worry about. The stock stamped...

    No, not enough to worry about. The stock stamped steel pulley and original balancer were balanced as a set, so it probably won’t be well balanced unless you go with a machined aluminum pulley like...
  14. Looks like the only thing you will need to do is...

    Looks like the only thing you will need to do is re-drill the one offset bolt hole on your crank pulley with a larger hole so it will fit the symmetrical bolt pattern on the new balancer. See circled...
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    Update: I went back to stock SC alternator a few...

    Update: I went back to stock SC alternator a few years ago, because the 6G kept dropping voltage under a load.

    David
  16. Rich, For what it's worth I think you are...

    Rich,

    For what it's worth I think you are doing the right thing by cancelling the event. Let us know when you pick the dates for 2021.

    Thanks, David
  17. Quickest way to find vacuum leaks is start the...

    Quickest way to find vacuum leaks is start the motor and keep it running by playing with throttle linkage under the hood, while spraying flammable carb or brake cleaner on the inter cooler pipe...
  18. Pretty sure he is talking about Dayco/Powerbond...

    Pretty sure he is talking about Dayco/Powerbond only making early model 89-93 balancer that has a different style crank sensor and exciter ring. I've head that this early model balancer can be...
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    70640 Chris it's the white car right ??

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    Chris it's the white car right ??
  20. Those aren't vacuum hoses. Intercooler tube...

    Those aren't vacuum hoses. Intercooler tube connections is where it usually leaks.
  21. I don't do the wash out quart of oil, and never...

    I don't do the wash out quart of oil, and never even heard of anyone doing that until now. Just change oil every 3K miles and it will be fine.
  22. I agree, a vacuum leak is most likely cause....

    I agree, a vacuum leak is most likely cause. Spray some carb cleaner or starter fluid around the IC tube connections (most common leak points) and listen for engine rpms to dramatically change when...
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    Jason, Looks good, but curious why you didn't...

    Jason,

    Looks good, but curious why you didn't get one with a 5.0 v8 instead of the v6 ?

    David
  24. I also had the same thing happening and it ended...

    I also had the same thing happening and it ended up being a bad relay. The relay worked well enough to switch the motor/pump on for recharging the accumulator but would kick out when load increased...
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    My rooms are all reserved David

    My rooms are all reserved

    David
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