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Old 04-12-2007, 07:54 PM
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is difficult to change the check valve ???
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Old 04-12-2007, 10:25 PM
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If the PO did it within the last 12 months then maybe not!!

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Old 04-13-2007, 10:02 AM
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Originally Posted by Deanriffs
Jerry,

Just curious, given the corrosion on the plugs, etc. how much of difference did you notice in how smooth the engine is running afterwards, any issues before the maintenance, etc.?
Hi,
I gotta admit, the car with the 'old' plugs always ran fine - some people (in the know) often commented how smooth and 'tuned' it sounded (compared to others).
With the NEW plugs, distrubtor-caps, rotors, filters, etc. -- aw geez -- it's like friggin' night and day. It runs THAT much smoother and the engine has seemingly become (maybe it's just me?) somewhat more 'free revving' than heretofore.
I'm VERY pleased with this 30K service and, for those of u living on Long Island, I can absolutely and wholeheartedly recommend Bill Rudtner of Rudtner Racing who did *everything* I asked. (He even threw in a dyno-run for free!).
OK gotta sign off now until maybe late Sat. -- am heading out the door to drive to Pennsylvania -- coz tomorrow I have my first DE day - Novice Day - at Pocono south.
(Did I 'time' this 30K service and sooooper-dooooper tune-up ...or what!?)
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Gerry
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Old 04-13-2007, 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by g_murray
Hi,
I gotta admit, the car with the 'old' plugs always ran fine - some people (in the know) often commented how smooth and 'tuned' it sounded (compared to others).
With the NEW plugs, distrubtor-caps, rotors, filters, etc. -- aw geez -- it's like friggin' night and day. It runs THAT much smoother and the engine has seemingly become (maybe it's just me?) somewhat more 'free revving' than heretofore.
I'm VERY pleased with this 30K service and, for those of u living on Long Island, I can absolutely and wholeheartedly recommend Bill Rudtner of Rudtner Racing who did *everything* I asked. (He even threw in a dyno-run for free!).
OK gotta sign off now until maybe late Sat. -- am heading out the door to drive to Pennsylvania -- coz tomorrow I have my first DE day - Novice Day - at Pocono south.
(Did I 'time' this 30K service and sooooper-dooooper tune-up ...or what!?)
:-)
Gerry
Gerry,

Glad to hear you had some immediate benefits. Some of automotive scheduled maintenance is on the more preventive side, so always helps to actually feel something after the effort and money is spent.

Enjoy your DE day.

Dean
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