IAC Counts and Idle Tuning of Modded LT1s
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by Sshockr
11h ago
So this all starts with me trying to sort out a BLM split at idle. I'm working under the assumption that best way to correct this is to ensure good use of the idle passages. My understanding is a stock LT1 at 650rpm should be 30-40 counts and 0.5volts. If my XFI280 cammed 355 has a stock 48mm throttle body 850rpm should be 60-80 counts and 0.5v? I feel like it should be more than stock for sure. At 10 counts and 0.63v I had a terrible BLM split at idle. I screwed in the idle screw a... IAC Counts and Idle Tuning of Modded LT1s ..read more
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New member. '94 Roadmaster in a 50's hot rod, tiki style
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by RoadmasterTomm
19h ago
HI, my name is Tommy. I'm from Ventura, CA I'm renovating my '94 Roadmaster in a 50's hot rod, tiki style. I've starting with the wheels, added Mooneyes discs and Port-O-Walls... I plan on fixing all the bodywork and trim, adding fresh woodgrain, rollpan rear bumper, candyapple red metalflake paint, and then bagging her... and of course, surfboard on top ..read more
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1988 caprice HVAC
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by akai
1d ago
「日本で1988年式のカプリースに挑戦しています。エアコンのコントロールパネルが故障したので交換しようとしましたが、バキューム配管が目立つずらいです。色が5 ..read more
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Spoiler
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by DannyLoughery
1d ago
Does anybody know where I can get a lagness carbon fiber spoiler ..read more
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Rear End Identification
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by Bigt500W
2d ago
I bought what is said to be a 8.5 rear end out of a bubble caprice for my box caprice and I wanna set it up for my box. To get the same length and spline axles with 5x120 pattern and box Chevy center diameter, I have to find out what housing I have. So I went wire wheeling around the tubes and found the code G 3050. I haven't been able to find anything regarding that code anywhere here or on Google. Can anyone help. ... Rear End Identification ..read more
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The Pedal Sinks; Can't Stop
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by 9c1autoxer
2d ago
Gentlemen, I have a two-owner 1995 9C1. The second owner (me) paid someone to install a common stainless steel brake line kit to the calipers and rear axle. I also had the Stealth Brake Bolt installed. However, the last time I had the car started, a split second before shifting into reverse, I put my foot on the pedal and it slowly sank to the floor, repeatedly. I checked all four wheels, and the brake lines forward of the firewall, and no fluid is leaking. The car cannot build brake... The Pedal Sinks; Can't Stop ..read more
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Just installed the STEALTH BOLT
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by richN
2d ago
I just installed the stealth bolt and the metering bolt, I took the car down the road and hit the brakes...... Holy Cow!!! What a difference. I have never spent $50 and got this much of an improvment with anything I have put on the car yet.It feels so good to have the car stop the way I want it to and the way it should have from the factory.I wish I would have done a 60-0 before and after because the results would have been dramatic.As a matter of fact I am now curious how long my rear... Just installed the STEALTH BOLT ..read more
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94 Caprice With 95 Wiring Harness?
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by Dae1
3d ago
Need to know if this setup would work.Installed LT1 engine from 95”Caprice with the same 95” engine/transmission harness.(94 Original Harness Hacked) Stock 94 PCM with same year transmission, Which is Non PWM so I assume shouldn’t be a issue. Also the ABS connectors shouldn’t matter right? Since 94 Caprice ABS is located under dash. Is it possible to run without any issues ..read more
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Various Parts - Free Shipping
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by vegas_ss
3d ago
Sold the car last year and have these parts left over... New Parts... Timken Wheel Bearings - two (2) set 6, two (2) set 3 and two (2) 4739 grease seals Console Lid Latch Oil Filter Adapter Gasket Rear View Mirror Wire Conduit Used Parts Brake/Shift Lockout Rod Two (2) Spark Plug heat Shield Three (3) Oil Drain Plugs (1 looks new ..read more
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Easy Maintenance - Oil Change Kit + Filters for DIY Service in Your Own Garage
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by carid
3d ago
Hey everyone, Mike here from CARiD. As your vehicles get some miles on them, one of the best things you can do is regular oil changes. While you can always take your car into the shop, doing it yourself at home is often much more affordable and satisfying. I put together the list of some handy oil change items (all the basics you need - oil, filter, drain pan, etc). Doing it in your own garage only... Easy Maintenance - Oil Change Kit + Filters for DIY Service in Your Own Garage ..read more
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