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mean ss



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PostSubject: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:24 am

I got the LTCC working,now I just have to cut to length new plug wires and clean up the wiring

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PostSubject: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:57 am

i want that set up on mine. ive read about it. but thats the first time ive seen one installed.
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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:34 pm

LOOKS GREAT!!!!

I want to know where did you get those mounts???

I need a pair ASAP, how much, did you custom make those?

I have mine mounted to the valve covers and they look like a$$.

Any issues when installing them onto the motor? Any info on the vehicle?

Where is the box mounted?
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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:13 pm

I'm seriously considering going that route myself.

Looks good! Notice a smoother idle? Pull harder?

(Make sure those wires don't get caught up in the throttle cable!)

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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:53 pm

mass9c1 wrote:
LOOKS GREAT!!!!

I want to know where did you get those mounts???

I need a pair ASAP, how much, did you custom make those?

I have mine mounted to the valve covers and they look like a$$.

Any issues when installing them onto the motor? Any info on the vehicle?

Where is the box mounted?
http://www.bailey-eng.com/
http://www.ssbilletfactory.com/ this place might still make them
I got the whole setup used, I think the mounts are MBA,I think I'm going to put the box on the PCM. my motor just has a set of home ported heads & manifold with Beehive springs, Hot cam adv.4 deg,CC pro mags RR 1.6 7/16 studs,30lb svo, NX nitrous setup,new bearings and a big block oil pump,stefs pan,CIA 304 stainless Headers and cats,CPT level 3,pro edge 3000,3:73 torsen TR2 posi, goodyear F1 315-35-17 rears


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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:54 pm

toomanytoyz wrote:
I'm seriously considering going that route myself.

Looks good! Notice a smoother idle? Pull harder?

(Make sure those wires don't get caught up in the throttle cable!)
I'll let you know Billy
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alwyswntd1



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PostSubject: looks good   Tue Jun 16, 2009 11:37 pm

now that looks real good post on how the response is,good luck
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mean ss



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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:25 pm

I have it running but the box for it is giving me a fault code 3 The 3-blink means that the number of hi-res pulses received during or between a low res pulse was out of spec. This can be caused by electrical noise from something like an electric water pump. A failed or failing opti. I unpluged the water pump no luck, got a new opti harness no luck,
changed the conector on the main eng harness no luck. so now I have to change the opti,I had put a new opti in when I changed the cam 4 years ago and the car had a surge since then that I thought was cam surge or the tune was off. I'll find out next week if it's the opti, I'll be pissed if it turns out to be the opti I got from a dealer all this time
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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:42 pm

Sorry to hear you're having issues with it. Sad

That's what I'm afraid of if I change to that setup...

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mean ss



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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Fri Jun 19, 2009 6:26 pm

well I had a surge for years and I have changed everything,TPS, IAC ,IAT, MAF ,TB , ECT, PCM, ICM, coil, cap & rotor, plugs, wires, opti electrical harness,injectors, Heads,tune. whats left? at least the LTCC is giving me a code to go by now. I'm going to change the optical pickup first before I put the cap on to see if it clears the code on the box,if it don't I'll try the new opti I got from summit.and if that dont work I'll send the LTCC back and have it checked.
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PostSubject: update   Tue Nov 10, 2009 10:38 pm

this summer the car develop a massive miss at 5200 rpm so I tried another coil & module no luck so I put a a brand new opti on and it still ran the same.WTF scratch The problem was the wire right at the black coil connecter was frayed internally and over heated. I had checked that before no change when you wiggle the wires had 12 volts, it just couldn't pass the amps needed. I beat on it too much last night I killed the alt Cool
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PostSubject: Re: LTCC installed   Wed Nov 11, 2009 6:36 am

Great find Bobby. I have said it for years since that very thing left me stranded. Check the three coil wires, as they break inside the insulation by the connector because of how the wires are routed, and there is nothing visible to see.
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