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Old 10-21-2012, 01:56 PM   #1
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Just recently picked up a 94 TA with a recent new crank and bearings by previous owner. So far I've found a K&N CAI, flowmaster cat back, under drive crank pulley, and just last night found a MSD 6AL hid where the K&N filter sits down behind the bumper that was unhooked. Other than the recent crank, I have no idea whats been done internally though. Has a rough idle so I'm thinking it may have a small cam but not sure. Could be bored, could have a flash, who knows. I AM having a problem with it running pretty rich. Question I have is should i hook up the 6AL? Is there any benefit on what I'm assuming is a stock motor?
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It won't hurt it, I have one on mine but I have nitrous. Hook it up and see how it drives, you can always undo it.
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Need to find the harness for plug and play on a 94 TA. Found one on ebay, but its gone now.
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It also wouldnt hurt to get the car on a dyno to see where the fuel ratio is at, but I would tune it with the MSD box hooked up. The only down side is you will go through spark plugs quicker than without the box
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