I got up a few more pics of My Car and made some updates to those pages.
Another greenbook is up in the Docs section. This one covers the new features in 1981 models, and is essential information for owners of 1981 and later 240′s. I also fixed/updated a few things in the Know Your B21F article.
I spent the weekend wrenching on my Red Car. My dad and I replaced the front seals, timing belt, timing tensioner, water pump, and coolant temperature sensor. I did the horn relocation on this car as well. When we got in there and took the intake manifold off, we noticed the wiring harness was pretty shabby looking. I am really surprised that it lasted as long as it did (120,000 miles) when many turbo wiring harnesses failed at around 30,000 miles. Anyway, we ordered a replacement from Dave Barton, but we’re waiting to put things back together until we get it. After that, I’ll put the intercooler on and possibly do the air-box modification if there’s time.
I got some neat pictures for my site while I was down there, and began work on a “Know Your B21F” page so that people can learn to tell the differences between the different motors. If anyone has a picture of the 1982 B21F with LH-Jet Electronic Ignition, let me know.
I scanned another Greenbook, this one on the Turbo-compressor. Also, a few minor updates, typo-fixes, and some more pictures here and there. Today I changed the gear oil in my differential (on the Tan Car.) It was still pretty clean, but it was about a 1/2 quart low. I don’t think it leaks, but I’ll have to keep an eye on it. I changed it in the street while these two guys next door hit each other with boxing gloves on the lawn and blasted country music. I can’t wait until I have a garage.
Well, it looks like the redirects are working fine now, so you can use http://www.k-jet.org and http://k-jet.org to go to my site without any problems. Next up: a good thorough description of how the K-Jet system works and it’s various parts. This will probably take quite some time to write, so don’t wait up.