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  1. Turbo Dodge Help
    Hi everyone...I hope someone on here can help me. I have a 92 Daytona Iroc that needs the odometer gears replaced. My speedometer works fine and I know where to get the odometer gears online. The only problem is how do I get the old gears out? I've searched all over this site and a few others...
  2. Interior
    Got all my gauges installed. I'm pretty happy with how it all turned out. The gauges are: -Wideband -Mechanical Boost -Mechanical Oil Pressure -Mechanical Water Temp. -Voltage You can see on the first picture on the lower dash, above the drivers right knee, there is a potentiometer, so I can...
  3. Parts For Sale
    Prices dropped....again Used Autometer sport comp Boost 3403 gauge, removed this winter and works fine, a few dings $10 shipped. Used Autometer phantom 5775 white face a/f gauge, worked when removed, $15 shipped Brand new, opened never installed Autometer a/f gauge 3375, $30 shipped all...
  4. Turbo Dodge Help
    91 Dakota 2.5 tbi. 180 deg t-stat. Where should my temperature gauge be while warmed up and running, the middle?. How many degrees is it when hits 3/4 and H?
  5. Turbo Dodge Help
    I have a 88 turbo z 5 speed. The gauge where the turbo boost is has 2 sockets where looks like light sockets..how do you get them out???:confused:
  6. Engine Mgmt., Fuel, Spark, EGTs, & Air/Fuel Ratios
    so i picked up a sport comp air fuel gauge and boost gauge for free from a very generous friend who totalled his car. i got the boost gauge all installed and working perfectly but now its time to do the air fuel gauge. all i have is the gauge and about a foot and a half of wires sticking our the...
  7. Engine Mgmt., Fuel, Spark, EGTs, & Air/Fuel Ratios
    I'm gonna buy this fuel pressure regulator for my 1989 daytona. AEM Power 25-302BK - AEM Power Billet Adjustable Fuel Pressure Regulators - Overview - SummitRacing.com Or something fairly similar. I know that it hooks up to vacuum and then it hooks to the fuel rail and then the fuel pressure...
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