What I seriously don't understand is what the hole was for. The fuel pump is accesable from under the car. You can quite literally take the fuel pump out with a hammer and screw driver. That's it. You don't even have to put the car on jacks or anything, I literally swapped this pump out about 4 times since I got the car, not once did I jack the car up to do it.Holy shit that floor
Nice patch work tho!
It was sketch, but I figured I'd atleast be able to turn the transmission into all neutrals. I got the exact opposite.I thought you said the trans was sketch. Congrats on making some power with this.
Is it possible that the TB is too big because of a tuning parameter? That'd be what I'd think but what do I know.
I actually use a program called HTTrack that lets you download entire websites for archiving. I've got most of the Turbo Dodges sites that I know of.The part of your video where you're talking about the forums and information drying up is interesting. My advice is print out the gold as PDF Files and keep em for later; I've started doing that some times just because you never know what's gonna fall off the face of the earth these days.
People talk about how Hondas are like legos. This is like OG Hondas haha. You can pretty much interchange most things between 1982-2008 fwd Mopar stuff. Same thing for the V8 platform and transmissions. Pretty much any combo (except for BBM) of V8 engine and transmission can be swapped together from 1960ish to today.I'm enjoying learning about how Mopar stuff has so much interchangeability. It seems like there's so much potential to make fun cars using mostly stock parts, and yet for some reason old Mopar builds are not super common. Nice work!