146 1.7 boxer!!!
Posted 21 September 2005 - 08:54 AM
running. Bare in mind that our lambda heater circuit provide resistance to
the fuel pump limit the current flow to the pump. By disconnect the lambda
while engine running meaning we isolate the resistance hence max current
flow to the the pumps and potentially overload it. Pump might still be
able to swallow it if been exposed to overload situation for a couple
times but if more than that.. it wont give u a damn.. ,
WGT, aku baru overhaul one 1.5 alfasud gearbox donated from tkw- one of
our alfasud kaki..., its final drive ratio using 11/35 and its direct
replacement with our 9/37 final drive. I tell you if we used this one then
you gonna beat most cars at the traffic light sprint but my calculation
resulted the top speed only 180km/h at 7000 rpm. good for 400m sprint I
Also I just got a new digital pressure meter for static compression test.
It was free from my office lab where I removed from scrap to be eqp. The
ability to trigger at the highest pressure point make me smile all night
long. compare to old school meter using dial which take all night long of
cranking to complette all 4 cylinders static compressiom measurement.
Posted 21 September 2005 - 10:41 PM
parts & mentioned of this gearing issue also. but seems gear shift not as
smooth due to non syncro or something along that line...
Posted 23 September 2005 - 01:21 AM
NOT MACHO, BUT BECAREFUL MY FRIEND X 147 OWNER PENING AND HIS 147 WAS
TERSADAI BAWAH POKOK BECAUSE HIGH COST AND DIFFICULT TO GET PARTS. THINK
Posted 24 September 2005 - 12:27 PM
about time to change too ...
Posted 30 September 2005 - 07:01 AM
Posted 01 October 2005 - 03:32 AM
75 box ratio to make it more faster in traffic light.btw mine is
2.0ts.engine stock std.and does wide tyres @225/45/16 ganggu pick up 75?
im thinking of changing the size from 14 to 16".