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  1. All, RDI Performance will be running a sale which starts today and ends October 1st - the sale is 15% off our regular prices. If anyone is looking for either new or used factory replacement parts for their TC please drop me a line with your request. We specialize in offering performance parts however we do have many good used (and new OE) factory replacement parts in stock. We are currently parting out an 89 TC (5 speed car) and still have many body pieces (and some interior pieces) left. The ginger leather seats in this one are "OK" and we have another set of leather seats that require r
  2. BOV = <span style="font-weight: bold">Blow off valve</span> and it's located inside your airbox (the worst possible place they could have put it). Not only does it tend to lift off its seat around 6-9psi but they put it right in the path of incoming air to the turbo (thereby acting as a restriction in the stream of incoming fresh air to the turbo's compressor) and also disrupting the otherwise smooth laminar airflow. But I'm going off on a tangent here, sorry. In layman's terms: A BOV is a valve that diverts air away from the turbo's impeller during throttle "lift" conditions
  3. I'd take $200 for it. Took me an hour to remove it. (and I work fast) and last time I was looking for one I couldn't find one for sale anywhere in the country. Thanks, Rick
  4. For anyone out there looking to increase the performance of their 1989-1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati please feel free to drop me a line any time. We offer a <span style="font-weight: bold">complete line</span> of <span style="font-weight: bold">performance upgrades</span> for the <span style="font-weight: bold">Turbo II</span> and <span style="font-weight: bold">16v</span> powered TC's. For the <span style="font-weight: bold">V6</span> owners out there, we offer a very nice throttle body upgrade, K&N performance air fi
  5. Since all I seem to get are people trying to gauge what these items are worth for some reason and/or folks offering $50 for a headlight, I'll list what I want for these items below. I hadn't listed the prices previously because I was just figuring people who are serious about needing good used TC parts would email me serious offers. Everyone here knows these parts are not cheap and can't be found at your local Advance Auto parts stores and Chrysler has discontinued this stuff years ago. The prices below are based on my best guess of what these parts are worth based on their conditon as well
  6. I am parting out a <span style="font-weight: bold">white 1990 TC</span> which has frame damage. (not repairable). I have lots of excellent parts from it. Please email me with your needs and I'll let you know if I have it. I have things like: 1) Both ginger seats (driver side is 9 out of 10, passenger side is at *least* an 8 out of 10) no rips, tears, etc.. 2)Lots of stainless steel (some call "chrome") trim pieces, 3)ABS controller 4)ABS complete hydraulic assembly with or without all 4 ABS sensors AND WIRING for all 4 wheels! 5)An instrument cluster out of this car ( <spa
  7. Hey Alan, That upper intercooler hose on that TC is actually stock. All the 1990 model year TC's with the 4v head got that smooth upper intercooler hose. It's similar to the Spirit R/T upper intercooler hose but not quite as long. Just a neat little piece of trivia for ya... later bro! Rick <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
  8. Hey Jeffn- If you intend on increasing the boost beyond 14psi then yes I would definitely recommend a colder plug. Anything under 15psi and technically you don't <span style="font-weight: bold">need</span> to run a stage colder on the plugs. That's usually the "threshold" boost for me....14psi. However some still insist on running a colder plug when raising the boost. Bottom line, if you need to replace your plugs it's not a bad idea to go a stage colder. Incidentally, since we're on the subject: I do offer colder plugs and colder thermostats for those so inclined. In fact,
  9. For those interested in improving the performance of their Chrysler TC (both the 1989 Turbo II or 1989-1990 Maserati DOHC 16v models) I now have a performance engine controller available!! This new engine controller increases peak boost, revises fuel curves and spark advance which results in a *substantial* increase in both HP and Torque over your stock engine controller. You must run premium fuel (91-93 octane) at all times. This is the single best upgrade you can do to your TC to improve driveability and response and it's easy to install! Part number for 1989 Chrysler TC w/8v Turbo II
  10. Hello, Not sure if you got ahold of me yet, but I have a few sets of the OE 16v cam seals left. Once my supply is gone I'm not sure where you'll find them. You can contact me at: rick@rdiperformance.com or check us out on the web at: www.rdiperformance.com Cheers, Rick D. 16v Maserati specialist
  11. Anyone looking for more performance out of your 16v powered Maserati TC? RDI Performance now offers a performance upgrade computer for your TC! This computer increases your max boost to 14psi (as opposed to the factory 11.5psi). This along with improved spark and fuel curves allows for an approximate gain of 35-40hp! I have one in my 90 TC and absolutely love it. It also brings the fan on sooner which helps keep the engine running cooler in stop and go traffic. The only stipulation is that you *must* run premium fuel at all times. (Preferrably 92-93 octane) - which quite honestly you sho
  12. I have a brand new (in the box) complete Clutch Assembly for a 16v TC. This includes: Pressure plate, disk and throw out bearing. If anyone needs it for their 89-90 TC 16v, drop me a line at: Rick@rdiperformance.com Cheers, Rick
  13. I have this piece. Email me at: rick@ceostaffing.com for pricing with shipping. Please be sure to give me your zip code. Rick D.
  14. Hello, I have the stainless piece you are looking for. It is part of the rear bumper assembly. I'm not willing to just remove the stainless trim piece from a perfectly good (complete) rear bumper assembly though. If you are interested in the complete rear bumper cover assembly/with stainless trim piece let me know and I'll work you a deal on it. Cheers, Rick D.
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