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  1. mstgeer

    morganson's COP S-Type setup

    Payment sent, lmk if my shipping address is missing from PayPal. Thanks for all the development work, to you, AbsoluteSpeed & Morganson.
  2. mstgeer

    morganson's COP S-Type setup

    I believe you are correct, due to the elec. connector extending beyond the body of the coil, good point. Guess I deserve this...:slap:
  3. mstgeer

    morganson's COP S-Type setup

    I do not have coils yet, so please forgive... How difficult do you think it would be to get the inserts out? I have a rivnut tool here at my shop that I could use to install a threaded insert or... could get a splined insert such as http://www.mcmaster.com/#92398a123/=qc2ok5
  4. mstgeer

    morganson's COP S-Type setup

    Has anyone considered or researched drilling & tapping the inserts in the coils so they could be bolted in place from the top as an under-mount? This way the plate could be dismounted and the coils could stay in place over the plugs.
  5. mstgeer

    morganson's COP S-Type setup

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    morganson's COP S-Type setup

    I'm in for a setup as well. The market will soon be flooded with the Tookwik setups, anyone want to by mine now before the prices plummet?
  7. mstgeer

    Tookwik's 7M-GTE COP ignition mod w/ stock electronics...pics and writeup

    Re: Tookwik's 7M C.O.P. ignition mod w/ stock electronics...pics and writeup What plug wires you using?
  8. mstgeer

    Adhesive remover for 89-90 unpainted plastic trim?

    I have found "goof-off" in a yellow can works very well. Apply and let it soak a little and then gently pry with plastic scrapper or floss. I used the stuff to de-badge my black truck and managed to leave to no marks what so ever,:bigthumb:
  9. mstgeer

    M2 Prefoemance exhaust

    The pacesetter monza is descent for the price, available from Summit.
  10. mstgeer

    Furious But Lazy 7M owner who gave Up.

    Jordan, not being critical, but something just looks off with the rear bumper?
  11. mstgeer

    Furious But Lazy 7M owner who gave Up.

    Did you pay them with a credit card? If you did, you may be able to get some support from the credit card co.
  12. mstgeer

    Furious But Lazy 7M owner who gave Up.

    I'm kinda with snowman, appears one cylinder is not firing, you can see the motor rock and hear it miss just before the knock every time. I did not read the entire thread so I do not know if this was mentioned... did you perform any checks to see if you had a valve hanging open? In my opinion it...
  13. mstgeer

    1992 Black/Shadow Grey Turbo Targa - Build/Restoration thread

    The only reason it appeared to me is, I just replaced the cooler gasket with the engine in the car... fun times!
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    1992 Black/Shadow Grey Turbo Targa - Build/Restoration thread

    Don't forget to install the EGR cooler...
  15. mstgeer

    Radiator options?! koyo or mishimoto?

    May want to consider PWR, excellent fit and finish.
  16. mstgeer

    Dan88T's Re-Re-Build

    who did you use for the new leather seats, looks good. I think I am going to have mine redone in the spring.
  17. mstgeer

    STUPID EGR cooler replacement

    If you have a harbor freight local, they have a low profile flex head ratchet with 1/4" on one end and 3/8" on the other. This tool was invaluable when changing the gasket. Also a mechanics mirror and flex head magnet comes in handy as well. I had to make a gasket scraper out of a metal socket...
  18. mstgeer

    Changing my head gasket, me asking for your help while doing this

    Front what I have found, the RED is rated for intermittent 650f.
  19. mstgeer

    Changing my head gasket, me asking for your help while doing this

    The pressurized stream from the red straw sprayer should be sufficient to remove / dissolve any grease. Then just allow the solvent to evaporate a few minutes before applying the locktite to the insert and installing in the newly threaded holes.