Tell us a little about you. What cars you are interested, where you are from and why you are interested in learning to tune.
Hey all! I joined during the wiring fundamentals webinar. I own a small automotive electrical business. Inloved what they taught and decided to sign up to learn more.
I learned a lot of what I know from working in the cell phone tower industry for a few years along with what I've picked up over the years messing with cars.
Anyways I bought a 1995 Cobra spring of 2018. I never could get the car to run right. It developed a miss at idle only at operating temp. Above 1200 RPM it ran flawless but below that it would idle around 300rpm or it would stall.
I replaced a lot of parts. The funny thing was everything i replaced or fixed was needed.
-Top end gaskets. One head gasket was backwards, and the lower intake gaskets we're missing.
-Replaced entire ignition system. Cracked TFI, oil soaked distributor, removed crappy MSD ignition box and Blaster coil.
-Replaced leaking FPR and added fuel PSI
-Replaced untuned ECU with megasquirt. Car was h/c/i on factory tune.
-Replaced and repinned ECU connector due to loose pins
There was a lot more for sure and reasons why I went with replacing the parts I did. After everything I found that I had bad wiring for the #6 and #7 injector ECU ground wires. I decided to throw it all out and redo everything. A friend talked me into doing a Barra swap. Well, here I am.
I'll be making a build thread soon.
Another Hoosier! What made you choose the Barra over a "normal" I6 engine?
Fellow Hoosier here, joined from the wiring seminar also.