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  1. eiffel65
    18 Jun 2017 02:31 am - permalink
    Hello Nitro, I've got an 04 GT HO Auto-stick, throwing on a Blow-Off valve plate, was just wandering if you'd recommend putting the rtv high temp sealant on both sides of the gasket> Thanks for your help, Z.
  2. Gallant03GT
    27 Apr 2017 07:57 am - permalink

    Any ideal if will help my High RPM shifting...?
    Been getting a lock during High Boost shifting.
    I was lead towards this as a good Cheap Option to use with my stock turbo and actuator

  3. Rgp198328
    22 Apr 2017 11:08 pm - permalink
    Hello sir... How do i get rid of the 5700 rpm auto shift? Got a dirt circle track car and need to let er scream to rev limiter
  4. Rgp198328
    22 Apr 2017 11:05 pm - permalink
    I see you know some tricks about auto shift points on the pt... Ive got a circle track pt and need to get rid of the 5700 rpm upshift. Care to help?
  5. tleed
    28 Feb 2017 09:11 pm - permalink
    I went to the Modern Performance website to look for adjustable timing gears. All I found there was the Mopar original equipment Crankshaft Timing Sprocket, Model #220260. Am I looking in the right place? Have they discontinued the part you were talking about?

    I also found a dyno 35 miles away that will charge $65 for 3 pulls. They work on weeknights & weekends, so I'm working on finding a time to hook up my PT before I tear into it.

    I also ordered a head gasket set, so I can get to the exhaust ports while I'm under the hood.

    I saw the pic of your exhaust, which shows it exiting under the vehicle. I'm gonna have to look this up, b/c it seems to me like our state requirements mandate that it has to exit beyond the body, horizontally, whether at the side or rear. It's probably bored in state regs somewhere, so throw a rope if I stay down there too long.


  6. lriver
    16 Feb 2017 06:46 am - permalink
    hello, I a have a question about transmissions and I hope you can help me. I have a 2005 Pt cruiser GT atx and tried to find a transmission, everybody ask me the id number if is 4800424AC, 4800343AA, 4800330AA, and 4800312AA. I looked in the transmission and the only number it have is R5095330AC. So.... which transmission I need? thanks!
  7. rob302
    17 Jan 2017 02:19 pm - permalink
  8. War_Eagle
    05 Nov 2016 12:47 pm - permalink
    I have a question on installing a front sway bar. Your pictorial on it is great by the way. I see you had your car on ramps when you did the install, question can the end links be torqued to specs on the ramps or do I have to set it on the ground? What are the torque numbers?
    Thanks for your time
  9. Danny7627
    15 Oct 2016 06:33 pm - permalink
    Hi Lynn,
    Just a quick update. I replaced the plugs (champion copper +), manifold intake gaskets (Plastic) ( Fel-Pro MS93219) valve cover gasket and still was pushing a misfire code. After studying the fuel injectors, I resolved that replacing them was beyond my skill set.

    Long story short, I purchased all 4 injectors and had my mechanic do the install. Labor $180.00. Code gone and the car runs great again.
  10. Danny7627
    09 Sep 2016 09:31 am - permalink
    Hey Lynn, I was wondering if you can clarify a part number for me. I am looking to replace the intake manifold upper/lower gaskets on 08 turbo-lite. I am getting conflicting part numbers from Felpro. Could you please tell me which one is correct for the turbo engine. Fel-Pro MS 96198 or MS-93219. I have the plastic manifold...confused lol
    Thanks dan

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