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nelson84
09-01-08, 12:43 AM
This company has a throttle body bushing service and a fuel pressure gauge. Has anybody on here have this stuff and is it beneficial? Where is the fuel pressure gauge?

Is this a good company and are there chips any good?;shrug

hotshotzny
09-01-08, 04:02 AM
This company has a throttle body bushing service and a fuel pressure gauge. Has anybody on here have this stuff and is it beneficial? Where is the fuel pressure gauge?

Is this a good company and are there chips any good?;shrug

what company is that?

topless82vette
09-01-08, 09:43 AM
what company is that?


I think it's in the title of his thread "dynamic crossfire solutions"

hotshotzny
09-01-08, 12:35 PM
I think it's in the title of his thread "dynamic crossfire solutions"


never thought of that...figured there would be a link

geekinavette
09-01-08, 12:46 PM
Yeah I know 'em, Tom and Jim, they're good guys. Tom has posted on CAC several times.

I can't speak for the "chips", but as a general rule no engine can be tuned "remotely" very well...and they will agree. I don't know what they have modified in their chips.

Bill

nelson84
09-01-08, 11:05 PM
I was most interested in the "body bushing service" what is that?

geekinavette
09-01-08, 11:29 PM
That is where they drill out the holes that the throttle shaft go through and install a lubricated bronze "sleeve". The reason for doing this is because the holes in the aluminum TB housings get worn, causing the throttle shaft to "flop" around...which in turn causes an imbalance between the two TBs. Almost ALL CFI engines suffer from this.

nelson84
09-09-08, 03:42 PM
That is where they drill out the holes that the throttle shaft go through and install a lubricated bronze "sleeve". The reason for doing this is because the holes in the aluminum TB housings get worn, causing the throttle shaft to "flop" around...which in turn causes an imbalance between the two TBs. Almost ALL CFI engines suffer from this.

Makes sense

Buccaneer
09-25-08, 12:24 AM
Yeah I know 'em, Tom and Jim, they're good guys. Tom has posted on CAC several times.

I can't speak for the "chips", but as a general rule no engine can be tuned "remotely" very well...and they will agree. I don't know what they have modified in their chips.

Bill


Thanks Bill! :thumb

Chazman
09-28-08, 11:42 AM
Too bad we don't have a shop in the Chicago area which offers this sevice.

Buccaneer
09-28-08, 12:26 PM
Funny that you say the "Chicago area". I bought my CF from the Chicago area 15+ years ago from a Bloomington Gold judge, at the time I lived in NM. My car was actually used as a Bloomington Gold judge training car and I have the Bloomington documentation to prove it. Just a bit of trivia that I'm throwing out there. :upthumbs

hotshotzny
03-12-09, 11:29 PM
wanted to give this thread a little bump to see if anyone has had any new input

nelson84
03-13-09, 03:40 PM
New input here!

This company "DYNAMIC CROSSFIRE SOLUTIONS" is the company that is designing the renegade intake manifold for the 82 and 84 vettes, on a stock crossfire it produces 33 rear wheel horsepower and 16 lbs'ft of torque at the rear wheels. That works out to about 40 plus HP at the engine, that is as much power as a 91 vette. With the addition of:
headers
cat delete
pulleys
chip
K&N
air pump pulley
free flow catback exhaust
1.6 rockers
cam
heads
shift kit
3.73 gears

I would guess over 300 HP:thumb

I am going to order this intake and rock it hard!

cinci5
04-14-09, 11:42 AM
This company has a throttle body bushing service and a fuel pressure gauge. Has anybody on here have this stuff and is it beneficial? Where is the fuel pressure gauge?

Is this a good company and are there chips any good?;shrug

I had them do throttle body service and did Excellent job two more days till out of storage and install them and use my manometer do resinc the TB's :thumb

nelson84
04-16-09, 01:13 AM
I had them do throttle body service and did Excellent job two more days till out of storage and install them and use my manometer do resinc the TB's :thumb

Your car looks sweet with the chrome rims and the mirror top or chrome:thumb.

What else under the hood? Are you going to order the renegade?

hal1phx
04-17-09, 10:16 AM
I've had my TBs done here as well .... they do an awesome job ... will be installing pressure gauge as we complete the engine work we're doing right now .... and have ordered the renegade ...... can't wait for these to get done .... :thumb