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05-13-2011, 10:42 PM
Dunno, you've got one of them weird-quiet too-many-valvers. :grin2:
Try here ~ http://www.dieseltruckresource.com/dev/index.php
03-27-2011, 09:08 PM
Seeing the coil is what appears to be completely frozen over, what makes you folks think it's a refrigerant issue? :whistle:
One question you might ask: "At what point in a service call do you call the system manufacturer's Tech-support?"
03-27-2011, 02:36 PM
WOW! I forgot about this thread.
I've goofed around under the hood such that the ET's down a little. Not bad for a 6400# cinder-block on 33"s. (I'm still small-fry as these things go).
02-06-2010, 03:02 PM
Haven't posted in a while (been working). Just as well get caught-up and start here.
I've already out-grown the conservative twins install. I've since added much larger 6x0.016" EDMed fuel...
"Its called put a filter on the condenser coils and prevent the issues your having...."
- Duh! If all were new installations, that would go a long way in preventing the problem. However, think of...
You've seen it, some sort of a reach-in cooler sitting next to a deep-fat frier. Let's say there's chicken wings dipped in flour. Gather some of the wings, shake them in the basket prior to putting...
11-27-2008, 05:27 PM
I do believe I see galvanized pipe in the gas lines there. Oops, no drip legs.
I've been dealing with the lumbar disc boogers for a number of years.
Now, a recent MRI presents with this mess in my neck. . . . . .
11-23-2008, 09:24 PM
Just for good sport, I thought I'd update this thread . . . .
I finally completed the sequential turbocharger install. As such, the wide open throttle exhaust gas temperatures struggle to reach...
Speaking of warm water, if you find the incoming water supply too warm, check and see if they have one of those mop stations that use the common individual hot & cold water valves feeding a single...
Saying the refrigerant charge is good means you've actually connected gages and watched the operating pressures during the coarse of the freeze and harvest cycles. All the while referring to the...
I'm the original owner of this 1993 Dodge W250 . . .
I'm in the final stages of tuning a...
No, I'm not talking about firing-up. :rolleyes:
Do you use pipe-dope (sealant) on your flair fittings? Yes? No? Why?
'Splain yo'self! :D
07-21-2008, 07:43 PM
The parts to do this should be here by next week. I'll let you know how it turns out. :cool:
I use the phosphoric acid stuff where applicable as well. The trick is not to flush all the grit out of the sump just yet. It's my understanding that a lot of that grit is in fact some of the scale. ...
I'm sorry. I had a flash-back. :eek:
It wasn't a good day. Not good at all. :mad:
07-14-2008, 11:41 PM
Here's my old heap, a 1993 Dodge W250 Clubcab (I'm the original owner).
A not too long ago shot of the engine...
07-14-2008, 10:18 PM
Yeah, I've seen those pages. Still haven't heard anything back from them. I'll try calling again tomorrow.
That last item on that page though. The cap thing. I don't know the part numbers never...
I've used the stuff from Home Depot. It works OK . . . . . sorta.
You need to fully understand the application instruction. Especially the part about slowly withdrawing from the container. Read...
07-14-2008, 08:19 PM
Thanks esdd. See ya race day. ;)
Put it this way, I need more air to keep the combustion temperatures under better control given the current maximum volume of fuel.
Talking with Mark of Piers...
I'll bet that with some insulation and rebalancing, that boy wouldn't do too bad. :cool: :)
07-14-2008, 06:22 PM
@ esdd: Forget that gasser mentality. :DThe power of the diesel is directly related to the fuel input. As you know, we heat the air, forcing it to expand, resulting pressure moves the piston.
07-13-2008, 07:22 PM
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