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  1. Turbo Dodge Help
    Short background first: I bought this '85 Daytona Turbo-Z (photo in my garage) off of the showroom floor as a gift for my wife in September 1985. It's been a great car and she treated it with care. With just over 100,000 miles on it, the car looks quite good. You may not believe this, but there...
  2. Parts Wanted
    Hey everyone, I need parts... again. I desperately need the upper and lower timing belts for my charger, and the bolts that hold them on that go through the valve cover. Also, I would like to find a tan arm rest for the center above the E-brake. Mines cracked and falling apart.
  3. Parts For Sale
    I've got an LED boost gauge for sale, 30vac/30 boost. 2 brand new never used timing belts for the 2.2/5L, round teeth and a set of head, exhaust and valve cover gaskets for a 3.0L. Also never used... obviously heh. Boost gauge I replaced with an autometer one I got. Not sure the make though...
  4. Engine - Turbo & Block
    So I finally figured out what was making my 84 Shelby charger HO run really rich at idle. The timing belt was really stretched and the cam sprocket had massive play on the cam shaft! So what I did is found my M.P. mild comp turbo cam I had on my 86 t1 Shelby charger and bolted it...
  5. Carburetted and TBI Injected
    I have a 91 Dodge Shadow vert that I picked-up for $100 bucks that had a blown headgasket. When I brought it home I was able to drive it into the driveway and get it where I needed to do the gasket job. No sooner than I got it back together and was attempting to start it the fuel pump took a...
  6. Turbo Dodge Help
    As the title states, is it possible to drive for about 5 minutes with the timing belt off by 2 or 3 teeth? Fired the car up for the first time in a long time last night and apparently the tension was a bit off.:mad: The car in question is an 86 Lebaron GTS 2.2 T1. Thanks in advance for any...
  7. Turbo Dodge Help
    TDer's I replaced the cam with a FWDP F1 as I apparently had the belt too tight and snapped the old cam. Now, I'm worried the belt is still too tight and will snap the new cam as I hear a periodic sound again (like a faint noisy heater fan which reacts to the exact position of the throttle)...
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