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  1. TransAmFan88
    02-12-2012 04:53 PM
    Hey there, you seem to be the most knowledgeable here: specifically in the area of LT1's. I'm having an ignition issue, it started about 5 days ago. The car died while driving. Tried to start it and it wouldn't give, would try to turn over but no luck. I looked to the opti, took apart the wp to get to it. The opti is a MSD. It was covered in oil, I opened it and there was a little bit in there. I did my best to clean it and try it on again, but no dice. I was wondering if you could point me out to the right place to get the correct Opti, that you personally would recommend. I believe you had said A/C Delco was the way to go, but I'm not having a easy time finding it. Is that the one that you'd recommend, or is there some other one. Lastly, do you believe this is all stemming from my Opti? I checked coil and ICM, they are all good. The plugs, wires are a year old, MSD wire and Iridium. I would appreciate the help greatly.
    06-07-2011 11:44 PM
    Joe, My name is Steve. I got a 94 Z-28 with a stroker 383 (Built for nitrous). It made about 436HP to the rear wheels, 436 torque. This was on the dyno w/o juice. Edelbrock heads(GM LT4 RPM Xtreme #61939), Victor Jr Intake, MSD crab dist., Jessels, small Cam, 3700 Converter.
    My question is, Without juice, can I make more power to run 10's? Are these heads weak? and should I go with a bigger cam?
    If you can give me a call, I can give you more info about my motor.
    ph#267-767-4052 email/ [email protected]
    thanks, hope you can help me out
  3. curacaoz28
    11-18-2010 10:50 PM
    hey did u get my pm??
  4. Jcl_96TA
    05-13-2010 04:54 PM
    Thanks again Joe for the info on where to cut the hole for the fuel pump. Just got done changing it out, and it saved me days of headaches. Car is running like it should for the first time in months.
  5. Havok2
    02-17-2009 08:11 AM

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