Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Tue Aug 30, 2011 4:20 pm

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KFLO 93 GT wrote:Hahahaah, I'm with Chad, when I have sweet parts around that aren't installed - I tend to molest them quite a bit.

Gotta make sure they can take a beating before you install them. haha

Pauly is that the TB Eric had?

yup, it seems to have an issue with 'iat'? did i get that right? or the butterfly is just open at idle.


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Chad91GTZ » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:24 pm

IAT is idle air temperature. You mean IAC. Idle air control. Your TB is either letting in too much air, or your IAC is dirty, stuck open or completly bad.


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby woody90gtz » Wed Aug 31, 2011 9:41 am

Yup. When you datalog it, your IAC counts should be in the 30 range or so. If the counts are too low, that means the butterfly is open too far and the IAC can't close enough to bring the idle down.


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Sun Nov 27, 2011 12:40 pm

long over due update:
@ Bfest NE, little Jon adjusted my TB, it was a set screw that was causing the TB from closing all the way. Engine (idle) runs a lot better.

did another Dyno, 176.7 HP @ 6700rpm, 142.7 torque

This week coming up i will receive yet another custom chip from Jeff council. Dyno to come...
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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby scd88ga » Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:29 pm

It'd be nice to see W41 CHP numbers at the wheels on your next dyno! If you come to Bfest next year, can I get a ride? :D


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby 3X00-Modified » Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:13 am

Which year W41 though? he's only 9hp off of 93... 14hp from the 91-92 numbers...

It's a fun car, I took it for a drive with Paul after we fixed the TB set screw.

It's kinda funny, everyone wants W41 stuff and its really only worth 10hp. I honestly thought it was more than that.



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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby scd88ga » Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:13 am

3X00-Modified wrote:Which year W41 though? he's only 9hp off of 93... 14hp from the 91-92 numbers...

It's a fun car, I took it for a drive with Paul after we fixed the TB set screw.

It's kinda funny, everyone wants W41 stuff and its really only worth 10hp. I honestly thought it was more than that.


Haha, 91-92 W41 obviously! More power!!! UGH UGH UGH! 93 W41's lost 5hp due to having a lower flowing cylinder head. His car has the better flowing one! ;) I know W41 cams/chip only add 10hp, but when combined with a header, and full exhaust it really wakes the car up! Plus a bit of a lopy idle just sounds cool! lol


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Mon Nov 28, 2011 4:23 pm

scd88ga wrote:It'd be nice to see W41 CHP numbers at the wheels on your next dyno! If you come to Bfest next year, can I get a ride? :D

when i show up, ask me then..

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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby SuzukiGhostRider » Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:14 pm

Are those WHP number or CHP numbers? I would assume WHP but just wondering?

Small correction to a previous statement. W41 CAMS only make 10hp extra. As stated when combined with better springs, a header, an 086 head (vs a 753 head the W41 SCX's came with) and maybe a light port'n'polish,a tune,etc. it can add up to 40hp+ if you know what you're doing. And that's just TOP END work...


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:59 pm

I had my calipers powder coated. They will be on the car by friday.

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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby snowblindburd » Sun Mar 25, 2012 9:58 pm

He lives! Looks good man! I should powdercoat mine.



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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Mon Sep 01, 2014 1:31 pm

old pics from the big rebuild of march-june 2011

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headers hanging low
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dyno run...
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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:01 pm

2009, the installation of newly grinded W 41 cams


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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:13 pm

august 2009 w 41 cam swap build up.

ported and polished head
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Re: Pauly's 90 GTZ rebuild.

Postby Red_Bra_Black_GTZ » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:17 pm

august 2009 W41 cam swap

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