wmorrisiii wrote:Nice! And I totally agree with the lift vs the back. Just be sure to rotate lifts you use as the Troop can occasionally, sometimes, not often (all lies) be on it longer than anticipated this is your son-in-law though so you should have a free pass.
archmckinnon wrote:I've been in Montana for the last few month's. I'll be heading home sometime in the next two weeks.
Your RS is really looking good! You prefer the wiener set up over the fuel injection system?
Wow, you do get around. Montana is one state I never made it to. It's not on my bucket list, at least for this year. You sure avoided a spell of hot weather here.
Yea, don't know how this conversion will turn out. The itec when running right is probably better, but mine never was quite right. Travel safe.
itsmehb wrote:Thanks guys, too early to crow about the conversion. I need to wait till I can get it dialed in better than it is. I haven't checked the timing yet. It idles finally below 1000 rpm. Something the itec would never do. And the installation eliminates lots of maint. headaches with hard to access parts on the itec. But it doesn't run any better than the itec did. Right now it's still out at the hanger where I can keep it inside. I have 1000 invested in new tires and restored wheels and have no room in the garage now. Too tempting for someone with low morals who wants to visit midnight auto parts for there needs.
archmckinnon wrote:I can't wait to hear how it runs!
Good job Harry!
So far it runs good although I haven't gone over probably 25 miles. Itching to get started on the exterior, but may just wait till the new year. Have lots planned for the rest of the year. are you settled in Austin yet?......Harry
wmorrisiii wrote:That has been quite a project and obviously a successful one. Congratulations!
archmckinnon wrote:They are the best in Dallas Harry. How does your turning radius feel?
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