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Ordered a .5 meter M8 4 pin extension cable for my Pro Link+ so I can tuck the wire in.

OCD I know...:cool:

Gonna be really long but it was the shortest they had.

I emailed HP Tuners support and they said the cable I sent a link to would work.

 
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Replaced my spark plugs with TR7IX gapped to 0.036". The old ones were toasted. I've only had a car for a few weeks, so I was trying to find the misfire. I changed #3 a week ago with a TR6 that I had laying around. Finally got the rest done last night.

Wow. What a difference.


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Replaced my spark plugs with TR7IX gapped to 0.036". The old ones were toasted. I've only had a car for a few weeks, so I was trying to find the misfire. I changed #3 a week ago with a TR6 that I had laying around. Finally got the rest done last night.

Wow. What a difference.


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How many miles on the plugs/car?
 

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Started on fuel hat replacement.

Thanks to SilverSurfer for the how to guide.

I opted to thermoform 1/8" ABS plastic as an access panel rather than sheet steel. The photo attached is when the forming was partially finished (did this work prior to cutting the hole in the floor. Have not pulled the basket out of the tank yet.
 

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Picked up a slow leak.

Tire Automotive tire Wheel Synthetic rubber Tread
 

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That sucks.
A plug should be fine in that location, though.


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Yes.

Still had decent tread where and it was a year ago that I put on the 325s.

BTW shout out to this group for telling me about the Milwaukee air compressor.
 
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Yes.

Still had decent tread where and it was a year ago that I put on the 325s.

BTW shout out to this group for telling me about the Milwaukee air compressor.
What Milwaukee Air Compressor?
 

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I have one (I have several M12 & M18 tools) and it works really well.
 
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Anyone know if the dewalt one is good? I don’t have Milwaukee cordless tools/batteries.

Then again, do I really need it? I have an inflator that connects to the battery.


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Anyone know if the dewalt one is good? I don’t have Milwaukee cordless tools/batteries.

Then again, do I really need it? I have an inflator that connects to the battery.


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Project Farm Test
 

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I have a big ass shop compressor, a small shop compressor, a portable pancake compressor, a 'lighter-socket" compressor.... but I'll happily grab the M12 compressor to carry out to the boat trailer or whatever needs air; set the pressure, turn it on and walk away. Later when I'm ready to use the trailer (or whatever) I'll disconnect it then. The point being that I didn't string out wires or hoses or roll up or wind up or tie up and store or hang up hoses...and I didn't have to sit with the thing and baby-sit the filling.
I love it.
 

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Got my extension cable and tucked the wires under the dash.

Before the extension the control box for the Pro Link+ hung out under the dash.
 

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If you can put the power to the ground with those, perhaps you aren’t making enough power?


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absolutely viscous.
 
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