Tag: C4

AC R134 Retrofit

There has been a question recently on this topic-so I thought I\’d actually post this link along with some other info. www.epa.gov/ozone/title6/609/retrguid.html It\’s not an add! Just updated info on whats needed or not needed to make it work. Sorry for just giving a link-but I don\’t think I could type all that info in […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

C4 MSD Installation

The wiring is straightforward, but finding a place to mount the sucker can be a problem. At the suggestion of many forum members, I mounted mine in the front passenger side area where the horn is located. The trick to this install is buying some aluminum strap, 1\” x .20\” by 3ft. I got mine […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

Emergency Hood Release

If your hood release cable breaks, you will never have a problem accessing your engine compartment, if you follow this very simple procedure as a precaution: Cut two pieces of BRAIDED NYLON TWINE about 3 feet in length. The twine diameter should be about the diameter of a pencil lead. Burn the ends using a […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

How To Remove Power Antenna Motor from 1992-1996 Vettes

Due to several e-mail inquiries, here are the instructions for removing the power antenna motor for service BEFORE installing a new antenna mast on 1992-1996 Corvettes. Many owners (myself included) have tried in vain to simply install a new antenna ribbon without inspecting the motor first for broken sections of the old one. The usual […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

LT1 Throttle Body Coolant Bypass

One of the most effective ways to cool your intake charge is to bypass the 180+ degree coolant flowing through your LT1 throttle body. The current purpose for the coolant flowing through the throttle body is to prevent it from freezing under extremely cold temperatures. This is great to keep if you park your LT1 […] More »

  Comments | By - April 21, 2010

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