Speed is Power
good discovery !So, New inner tie rod bushings, driver side tie rod, alignment, oil change, un froze two adjustments some odds and ends all done. And All done by myself only. I believe I am one of the few who do their own alignments, and believe me, you guys don't wanna do em. Specially on a lowered LH.
I also kinda re tuned my amps, sounds a bit better. I am not a huge Bass guy I only have one 12 inch, So you hear it but its not loud. The stereo is gettign old though, most of the it is well over 3 years old.
I still need to find new home for Police scanner. And reinstall my 93 PCM. I currently have a 95 PCM in it. I ve discovered that there isn't much differences in engine tuning over the years between them as my MPG or noticeable power hasn't changed.
What I have noticed is the shifting. This is with floored throttle- With the 93 PCM paired with the A/s TCM, I would shift at 5300 rpms in "D" and in autostick mode, I would actually go near 5600 RPMS before shifting. Thats nearly 300 extra rpms. But with the 95 PCM, in "D" it woudl shift aroudn 4500 rpms and only 5300-5400 rpms in A/s.
The 93 is just an ESi model. Although the Car is kinda weird. It had build codes no one else has had and it is a very very early production date.What flavor of ECM is it? Is it for a base model, a sport model, and ESi, an unlimited speedo?
I've got the '97 TCM and a '93 3.5 ECM - when I get back up and running, I'll let you know where my shift points are...
Does your car NOT start if you try to crank the engine over with the pedal floored?
What is 'kinda custom' about the rear links? Or did I miss something in your thread?