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 Posted: 01-14-2011 05:26 am
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The motor in the 900 is a far cry from that humble TR7 beginning...lol!

How many TR7's had the transmission in their oil pan?

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 03:15 am
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Too many speed shifts, maybe?

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 03:43 am
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I don't mean destroyed and in pieces, the transmission was literally the oil pan for the old 99's and early 900's...

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 04:06 am
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I just read back through that thread and realized Steve mentioned having access to the older saabs... Any chance you got access to an 8valve...? I wouldn't mind a set of shims if you run across one...

Jody, I hope every thing's going ok...

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 02:57 pm
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superk83 wrote: I just read back through that thread and realized Steve mentioned having access to the older saabs... Any chance you got access to an 8valve...? I wouldn't mind a set of shims if you run across one...

Jody, I hope every thing's going ok...

Unfortunately the junkyard I go to cycles through the cars fairly quickly so if something is not producing immediate revenue (i.e. parts are selling) they pull it out and scrap it. So none of the 900 turbo cars I got stuff from so many months ago are in the yard any more. I will keep an eye out thought. What sort of operation is need to get to the shims?

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 03:04 pm
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I am always a little amused by the first few posts in this thread. The original poster jgreen started all of this in November of 2008 and said in the sub-title that a fuel injection kit would be "ready in the spring". He made two posts about it and then we NEVER heard a single thing back about any progress or what the eventual outcome was of his investigations into the Patton system. And now in January 2011, my fuel injection stuff is just running for the first time.

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 03:14 pm
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3 years.... wow...

I'd assume on the 900 the process of getting to the shims would be similar to the 907, except the came aren't in removable carriers...

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 05:02 pm
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So are we going to see the FI system this afternoon?

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 06:33 pm
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JodyKerr wrote: So are we going to see the FI system this afternoon?
If you get your butt over here and help me bleed the brakes.

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 07:07 pm
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Cool. That means we might have 5 cars there. So far there are two JHs and two Interceptors. Woo Hoo!

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 09:46 pm
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Is Arizona the jh hot spot or what? I guess living in the rust belt is why i've never seen one of these in person...

Don't forget the video camera, Jody... will this go on "they might be racing?"

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 10:14 pm
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woo hoo?  i've got 4 jh's and 2 gt's at my "garage house"(yes, running).  ever been to the red racer's house?  he's got more than a dozen jh's in his backyard.  hotlanta is jensen country!

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 Posted: 01-15-2011 10:26 pm
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WHAT? There are that many in one location? No wonder I can't find parts, you guys are hoarding them... lol! Ok, ky and oh owners, it's time to speak up...!

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 Posted: 01-16-2011 01:31 am
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Need parts?    When will you guys learn?  Contact Bruce, the red racer, at:

brucemadn@gmail.com

Bruce even has a JH Huffaker Race Car!

Tell him Sander sent you ...

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 Posted: 01-16-2011 09:33 am
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I feel so ashamed for being such a noob...! Is Brucey on the forum? I'll shoot him an email as soon as I get a parts list together...

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 Posted: 01-16-2011 04:55 pm
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You are much better off to contact Delta Motorsports rather than Bruce. Delta is a real business. Bruce just does Jensen stuff part time when he feels like it.

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 Posted: 01-16-2011 05:04 pm
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How are their prices? They don't have a published price list..

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 Posted: 01-16-2011 05:37 pm
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That is quite common with many places. JAE doesn't have a published catalog or price list. Same situation for Dave Bean.

The issue is these places is that they have to order in larger quantities to get pricing breaks and by the time they run through that stock of parts, the prices from their suppliers have ALWAYS changed the next time around or the shipping costs has spiraled or both.

Jim from Delta got a few 2.2L cranks in this past fall and he has sold out of them but he says he has found some more. He did says they next order will be slightly more expensive though because of the supplier and rising freight costs. I got one during one of his 10% off sales and think I got a very fair price on it.

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"You are much better off to contact Delta Motorsports rather than Bruce."

Flame on Steve!  So, now we all know you have personal issues with Bruce.

Sure, go to the "real business" ... but what do you do when Delta doesn't have the part you're looking for?  I buy from Jim at Delta too.  I certainly believe we all need to support him and the few other real businesses out there.  But Delta, and even JHPS have purchased items from Bruce over the years.  I think we should share all other sources with newbies, even if they don't have a website, don't pick up the phone 9-5 or that they might take a few days to reply to e-mails. 

Bruce forgot more then you'll ever know about our cars and has helped 100's of us with his knowledge for over 30 years (without bastardizing engines with FI - slam).  I'm sorry he decided to retire from JH's and enjoy other "hobbies".  No, I don't want to marry or have sex with him ... I simply respect him for supporting the marque with decades of servicing JH's, giving technical advice and selling new and used parts.

Several years ago Jim shared that Delta was for sale.  Seriously Steve, you should buy Delta!

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 Posted: 01-17-2011 04:14 pm
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I hope that flame was in jest and not some self righteous attack against ingenuity and creativity... I love the fact that Steve is improving his vehicle and driving experience with non factory parts.. that's as lotus as it gets... let's not forget the origins, the heart and soul of these vehicles...

As far as parts suppliers, I'm familiar with JHPS and delta, i've spoke with Pete and haven't emailed Bruce yet, still getting a list together...

Driving your favorite car rain or shine, hot or cold, above or below sea level without hours of adjustment or not starting at all is the greatest thing in the world... Steve, thanks for being the innovator, for plowing ahead regardless of the nay sayers. Your article is how I found this forum...

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