Discussion in 'V-8 Buick Powered Regals' started by STAGE-2 TORQUE, Sep 20, 2009.
Good Morning, ALL.
Have a great day.
Chris.. With all due respect I’ve watched this and commented on this thread since very early on its inception. I emplore you to please save your **** for the track as running around on the streets, especially on the tight roads you are in, it is only a matter of time for a bad result. God bless! MarkO
... understood and adamantly "appreciated."
As I type this reply ... I have that feeling of alarm/seriousness/concern in the middle of my chest. That IS indeed, my LAST TIME accelerating like that down City Streets with my Buick.
I allowed my feeling good about my Buick being fixed ... take over.
I really THANK you for the "splash of cold water in the face" wake-up call.
I wish you and your entire Family a WONDERFUL Holiday, and May God continue Blessing you all.
Good morning all;
This video was made PRIOR to my commitment of NOT opening-up my Buick, on City Streets anymore.
I wish you all an absolute PERFECT weekend.
HAPPY NEW YEAR, everyone.
Good afternoon, ALL.
Good night, all.
I hope everyone is good. God Bless.
Good night/morning ALL.
I've been swamped with Stage-1 Regal "posi-rear" repairs. The Posi-Unit's Clutches got destroyed.
KM Driveline rebuilt my 8.5-inch 10-bolt Rear ... to stand against the Jim Weise 482 Stage-2 Stroker V8.
Moving forward, since my Fuel Pressure has been dropping under acceleration for the past few weeks ... I'm "possibly" having the Pro Systems 440-GPH Electric Fuel Pump installed Monday.
We're ONLY swapping out the Fuel Pumps. I have a new Pro Systems Fuel Pressure Regulator with Fuel Return (or can be ran Dead-Head as my current Fuel System has been for over 12-years, but I'm temporarily going to use it without the Return Fuel Line ... ONLY swapping out the Fuel Pump. The current Carter Electric Fuel Pump has always been positioned ABOVE the Fuel Tank ... I'm temporarily mounting the Pro Systems Electric Fuel Pump in the SAME position.
Tomorrow, I'm "supposed" to get an appointment for Mr. Tom Treacy to completely remove my current Fuel System from the Fuel Sending Unit ... to my Holley-950's Fuel Intake Ports.
Then, he's installing the new Braided Stainless Steel Fuel Lines/new Fittings with FUEL RETURN Line, new Pro Systems Fuel Pressure Regulator, and Clamps to secure the Fuel Lines correctly.
If I can't get an appointment with Mr. Treacy, "Jose" (dude at the local Shop I go to for certain small jobs) and I are mounting the Pro Systems Electric Fuel Pump ONLY no later than Monday ... without the RETURN Line, until Tom Treacy has an open slot for my Buick.
I hope everyone is PERFECT well and good.
God Bless you All.