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About duffymahoney

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    Brewery Owner

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    240z
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    1971 Series 1 barn find.

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  1. The usb cable that came with my haltech would always crash. I replaced it, and it don't have issues anymore. Maybe try that first? Currently i have zero screens/ filters
  2. Taka or Mike Malone always have some, but get ready to spend some coin$. The mikuni facebook group is also great.
  3. I think I have all the kinks worked out. Time to road tune. FullSizeRender.mov
  4. Driving a car is dangerous stuff. Probably the most dangerous thing we all do every day. Soon our cars will drive themselves and the death rates will be fractional of what they are now.
  5. My 2nd set of vintage SK throttles are just about done. Only think left is to come up with a tps solution. They are a gift to my 3.1L engine builder Andrew.
  6. Well the day has finally come to use a heat shield. This is the one that came with my vintage SK ITB setup. How it installs originally didn’t protect my wiring to the firewall enough. So I shifted it down 2” and then slotted it. I hate the look of sheilds, but it was time.
  7. I figured out all my ITB issues. My fancy no contact tps sensor has this goofy huge 0 volt rest area. I had it clocked, but from 0-75% throttle the tps didn’t change at all. Then 75%-100% throttle it would move. Basically 0-1.1 volts at full throttle. So it would bounce .00-.15 volts and the ecu thought that was like 0-10% throttle. So clocked it 70 degrees. Starts around 2volts and goes to 4.3 volts. It’s super happy. Somehow this took forever to figure out. I can be so dumb. Now I can actually start to tune it. FullSizeRender.mov
  8. I have 2 friends with DSI motors with the PCV port blocked. Glad he isn't doing that anymore.
  9. I think it would just go out the valve cover? I have no clue.
  10. Boggling that his answer is just leave the vapors in the block.
  11. Stock PCV valve, and a grommet set from my local Napa. That's it. I bought all they had, I think like 3 boxes of random ones.
  12. Ok, here is my plan. It's a bit complex. Some pcv grommet from a multi pack, fits the stock check valve and block perfectly. I might end up moving this upstream, I am a little afraid of it getting oil trapped in it. Then BSPT adapter to hose barb. Hose barb to a true air filtering catch can. Catch can will be a billet version of the mann provent 100 or 150. Filter media gets 93% of particles prior to hitting my intake. I plan to change the filter every 1-2 oil changes. It will mount to existing 240z holes on the fender. Then from the filtering catch can, to the intake. T
  13. Lots of tuning to go! But she is alive IMG_3354.MOV
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