Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Posts posted by D-a-n-i-e-l

  1. On 6/21/2021 at 11:39 AM, MRJBUICK said:

    my 91 is adjustable 

    like said above carefull, slow, dillegent work

    you can do it

    like the matchbook idea, remind's me of points lol 


    I don't usually do this but, I will ask you to point out the adjustment point for me. Keep in mind I have bolted on at least ten of these. Not once have I had to adjust it. Also it is the same part across all Reatti years and supercharged series one motors.




  2. Sounds like something is killing you ecm.

    I would start with testing your injector signals, see if they are normal, check resistances of the injectors are close to each other, next I would look at your coil pack. Make sure it is firing and all the resistances on the coils are the same. 

    Those would be my stating points.

  3. On 2/17/2021 at 4:43 AM, Dashmaster said:

    They are not for the rear cross member. That part is rectangle. Nothing like the front mounts as far as I know, I have had the entire rear suspension out of my car at one time.

    Don't forget to get the proper bolt to mount them.

    I have been using these since 2015 and they are working very well since the install. No issues with them at all.



    They work fine in all locations. I did a write up on it long ago.

    • Thanks 1
  4. 5 hours ago, padgett said:

    I'd be interested in a set.

    Still have a couple sets. $49.00 per set. I have red and black. 

    I am hoping to drop the price on the next run, but that is a few months away.

    Shoot me a message when you want them.

  5. 3 hours ago, Y-JobFan said:

    I find I have no heat, not even luke warm, blows cold.  A/C works great, cycles through defrost/bi-level etc just fine. Blower works on all 3 settings and auto.  Thoughts?


    Did you check your coolant level?

    • Like 1
  6. On 10/31/2020 at 1:13 PM, bnaatds said:

    Manual says to use a J-35561-1, -2, -3 tool to remove and re-install. The J-35561-2 is impossible to find. Does anyone have one they would be willing to loan? or does anyone know of an alternative for pressing this bushing in? Thanks!

    Grease them up and find a press.

    Or many alignment shops will press them in for a fee.


    Other option is find a matching gm car that someone makes polyurethane bushings for. Fiero would be my starting point.

    • Like 1
  7. 2 hours ago, Waddy2001 said:

    On my 1988 Reatta, the coil pack was replaced right off the bat. That coil pack had like a gel on the bottom of it, like glycerin if you get the idea. That mechanic was good, worked on many classic cars and the coil pack was supposedly OEM. It failed last summer. My new mechanic replaced the coil pack saying, "It had all this gooey stuff on the bottom". The one he installed is all metal, the base has small fins on the surface. Has anyone encountered something like this? Unless the gel, which was quite thick, was silicone, it would never stand the heat. Just curious, nothing vital. The new pack is working fine. Thanks. 

    Upgrade to the newer version.

    Do a quick search it will come up.

    • Like 1
  • Create New...