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  1. #101
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    i was told that guys who have ran a 38 or bigger on a stock 3tc have issues unless there idling or under full acceleration... but realistically my carb does the same thing. so i guess running rich is worth it... i gotta figure out the linkage **** before i put it on.. Maybe one day when im not pulling cars apart ill have time to work on it, but for now its my only ride, so if i take it apart im s.o.l., At least until i put the new motor in my 4x4
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    If it's jetted right it should be fine? No?
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    Mine is in need of a better tune too. It idles nice and revs out but it has a but of a flat spot/hickup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primo_Toy View Post
    Mine is in need of a better tune too. It idles nice and revs out but it has a but of a flat spot/hickup.
    yea thats the issue i have with my stock carb too. honestly im totally unsure of how to work on a carb... i probably fail hard for owning a carbd car and being clueless
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    I don't know what the temperature is there but carb tuning with fluctuating outside air temp is difficult. It's so cold here that my choke doesn't like to come off. It makes tuning a PITA! Have you checked out RedlineWeber's page and viewed their tuning instructions?
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    Installed Some Bi-xenon H.I.D. lights from ebay, the projector lense's are pretty cheaply made, but the focal point doesnt seem to bad.

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    That's pretty sweet.
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    There pretty cheap, but im stoked, They light up the road nicely, but there is some scatter, as to be expected i guess with any 125$ ebay xenon kit. (including the projector lenses)


    Neither lense is the same :S one of the bubbles in the middle is alot more centered on one light then the other. oh well EBAY TYPE R projectors...

    heres the hi low beam

    low


    hi
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    Pull up ten feet from a wall and lets see the cutoff for those headlights.

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    holy ****ing retarded scatter

    u cheap kinds blind ppl on the road
    lolwut

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    Lol it does look pretty terrible

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPTness View Post
    holy ****ing retarded scatter

    u cheap kinds blind ppl on the road
    ya ive kind of allready decided i need to source out better housing, But as far as blinding people... I can see finally
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    just get some from lordco.

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    Hella e codes
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    im going to invest in some hella housing's i think, no hurry because i hardly drive at night
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    e-codes are great!
    i love mine
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    flame me but please explain, what are ecodes? i was just gonna get new housings for the hid lights i allready bought
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    took the bumpers off today, im not sure i like the look without the front bumper, but im in the midst of making something



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    Lol your car has the exact rear roll pan as my wagon... Wierd.
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    Don't let the 16 year old Washington crowd get to you, they look like **** sans bumper and cops will take it away.
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