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Old 04-29-2007, 01:48 AM   #11
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TPS, MPG, MAP and RPM( I have no tach and don't plan to waste my money on one.)
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TPS, MPG, MAP and RPM( I have no tach and don't plan to waste my money on one.)
How's the 5-speed workin' out?
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Old 04-29-2007, 09:19 AM   #13
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TPS, MPG, MAP, In Take Air.

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How's the 5-speed workin' out?
great!!! One day it didn't want to go into gears and I had to stuff it in there. Next day I was driving and it was grinding like crazy whenever I tried to shift. Got off the freeway and put it into 1st and it started rolling back, no pedal pressure at all. Had to get it towed. I got the entire clutch system replaced. Only the pedal is original. They also discovered I had a leaky rear main seal when they pulled my tranny so I got lucky and only spent $77 to fix that.

The difference is night and day. The pedal is smooth now and you can feel where the engagement point is. Accelaration onto freeways is so much fun now.

Sorry for blabbing...
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WT MPG
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I change the IAT if I want to monitor LOOP, IGN, TPS, or LOD.

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Old 04-29-2007, 05:45 PM   #16
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°FWT VLT
MPG TPS

Water temp so I can keep an eye on the effects of the grill block and use the heater if necessary to keep it down; voltage to keep an eye on battery drain when coasting with engine off and lights on; MPG to see the effect of what I'm doing and TPS to dial in my optimum throttle positions. Of all of them, I value TPS the most, by far.

I may change VLT to LP or LOD now that winter's over.
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