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  1. The low miles is a positive but the other information begs the question, why were so many items replaced when not normally worn out at those miles? Salvage title and no photos? How did it pass inspection with a brake issue?
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  2. I thought I should continue the Reatta story a little bit further. I have been looking for photos of the first long distance trip, and I can see them in my minds eye, but they may not be digital being from about 1996 🤨 Anyone that has seen my posts with mostly performance "adjustments" knows these aren't professional in nature but more of a trial and error process, plus it is a learning experience. I will try to synopsize what and where I have looked for improvements with varying levels of success. Initially in the '90's it was the usual homemade air intake with a cone
    1 point
  3. That is one solution for sure🙄 Despite my spending lots of time, and some amount of money on an obsolete platform, my next vehicle will likely be all electric. The very definition of torque on demand. That will be for simplicity, but the Reatta thing still feels good and the experiments are educational, if not logical.
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  4. I appreciate the input and understand I can lock the TCC from the ALDL but I want to do sort of the opposite. I want to unlock, or block, the lockup under conditions of boost at low throttle openings. I know this is sort of a Rube Goldberg, but since I am belatedly aware of how little throttle is required to have above atmospheric conditions in the intake, under some conditions, that it seems most expedient. Hopefully it is more temporary than permanent. Eventually maybe the chip can be programmed more appropriately to address high load and relatively low rpm. At this point probably easiest ju
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  5. You're looking at jon's car. Just checked out your link, that is not jon's car but another example of super charged.
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  6. If you can find a master cylinder for $150.00 let me know as I will buy as many as they have...
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  7. Here is pic of 88 I just bought new on here trying to fig it out
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