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New car new start
« on: June 15 2015, 12:33:35 PM »
I had a 86 T-Type for 26 yrs sold it to my Mech. And then this 87 GN fell into my lap. 68k on it. It had been raced by the original owner (now decreased) so I don't have much info on it. It did come with a front mount I/C, R/A fuel enhancer, Hobbs switch, an external fuel pump and a Kenne Bell 9006P2 chip. I've put a WB02 and gauge in boost, coolant temp and oil pres. Installed a Aeromotive 340, hot wire kit, Casper voltage booster, stock F/I, TT chip, Translator box and 3'MAF. I had to cut the original muffler off so currently running and open exhaust at the back wheels. Looking for GN/T-Types in the Jacksonville area. GO JAGS!! :cool; 

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Re: New car new start
« Reply #1 on: June 16 2015, 08:07:22 PM »
Not in the JAX area but pix are worth 1k words. Sounds like a pretty sweet ride.
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Re: New car new start
« Reply #2 on: June 18 2015, 02:43:28 PM »
Thank you, I also own a 93 Typhoon which I may sell so I can focus on the GN. As soon as I figure out how to up load pixs I will.  I'm waiting on TT to send me the Axis/chip combo and some flow matched 60's. I'm a low tech owner.


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