Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Tue Nov 23, 2010 12:20 pm

Well I bought the Jack Shaft. It is being shipped. I also have bought some shift cables, but as some people know I am trying to get a mass production of cables made. I also realized I bought the wrong CV shafts. DUH that's the problem when ordering things for your daily driver Beretta (95) and a project car 91 with mods. I hope they will take them back. Its been like 6 months. I also did go to the junkyard and removed the right sub frame. I do have a problem with my belt. After I put my UDP on the belt seems loose. I need to check to make sure something is not loose. It was fine. Maybe the diameter of the UDP is smaller? I also did some painting on little parts. I also welded on the sub frames a little.

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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby 3X00-Modified » Tue Nov 23, 2010 12:49 pm

Under drive pulleys yes are smaller than stock... thats the Under Drive part of the name. You need a belt 1 to 1.5" shorter than stock I think.

This project is on to 3 years too... Man that would be killing me to take that long.



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Tue Nov 23, 2010 1:17 pm

I thought it was just a lighter pully. Yeah I know it is taking for ever but that's what you get when you buy a house. Plus its just for fun. Or when the girl is driving me insane.



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Money pit Beretta » Tue Nov 23, 2010 9:01 pm

Keep pushing! It's getting close.


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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby 3X00-Modified » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:47 am

I bought a house AND got married ;)



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby KFLO 93 GT » Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:09 pm

I still need to go check this thing out sometime being that I'm only 90 miles away and drive through DSM all the time.

Maybe when the weather clears up this spring I can bring the black car over for some inspiration for ya. :D


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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Sun Nov 28, 2010 8:44 pm

I def need to get my butt moving on it. My dad told me we need to have a talk about my car this up coming spring. Ha ha so I def think it needs to be out by fall of next year. And it should be. I like to work on it in the winter for some reason. Stupid cause its damn cold outside.



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Tue Feb 15, 2011 3:51 am

Hey guys I am trying to convert my ac over to 95 and I am having some trouble with 2 things. One I have found all the new lines but one. It will be the line from the Evaporator to the Receiver Dehydrator. It is long and I think skinny. It needs to be for a 94 plus and a 3.1L. I have done some looking online and well it says they don't make it anymore. They also don't have the right picture for it. I hope one of you guys may have some info for me. My second problem is the Evap part. I will need to get some pictures to help understand it when I explain it. It is almost 3am here so Ill get some zzzz



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Tue Jul 07, 2015 9:51 pm

So a little updating....
Project B has been on hold for awhile. But recently it has been getting a lot of work done to it. The engine bay is about 90 percent done. The inside is about 60. Suspension is done. I ended up putting in a sun roof and stripping the rims down and painting. As of right now I am cleaning the garage out so I can work on the car without being crammed. I was able to drive the car out on its own power a few weeks ago. I am having some idle problems and starting problems. I need to check my fuel pressure but my gauge broke working on another car.

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https://youtu.be/-z95XKyOjcM Drive out part 2
https://youtu.be/hcDCuY83of8 Starting problem
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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby weba » Wed Jul 08, 2015 3:23 pm

I wish my engine bay would be half as clean :)



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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Money pit Beretta » Wed Jul 08, 2015 7:59 pm

Damn good to see progress. Been following this for a long time. Nice photo of the engine, may be my eyes or it's not there. "It" would be the plug that is on the back of the upper intake(the front of the engine). The is a vacuum nipple there that must be plugged.
I trust you.....still have to ask if the MAF is facing the right way.


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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby 1988GTU » Wed Jul 08, 2015 8:18 pm

Money pit Beretta wrote:I trust you.....still have to ask if the MAF is facing the right way.

Looks backwards.

There should be an arrow to indicate air flow on the MAF's center plastic section.


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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Luckymc420 » Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:52 pm

Money pit Beretta I think your talking about the port next to the alternator. That is plugged. I happened to be at the garage when I saw these post working on a DHP logging problem and I jumped out of the car and checked out the arrow.... Looks correct.
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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby 1988GTU » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:43 pm

Be sure the injector spray pattern is good. You can pull the fuel rail leaving the injectors in the rail for cycling those on. Properly house the fuel injectors with rail in a contained area.

None should drip fuel, spit/stutter out the fuel and all should be consistent across. Once you have your gauge, I'm sure you plan to make sure your tune, injectors, and pressure assumption should match the actual psi the fpr is allowing out.


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Re: Project B - 1991 3400 OBII 5-Speed

Postby Money pit Beretta » Thu Jul 09, 2015 7:33 am

Luckymc420 wrote:Money pit Beretta I think your talking about the port next to the alternator. That is plugged. I happened to be at the garage when I saw these post working on a DHP logging problem and I jumped out of the car and checked out the arrow.... Looks correct.

LOL that's great! Right place at the right time. Had to check on the port(just something that could be missed). MAF is right and so was I on the trust. :wink:

Not to nit pick, but it looks like the rear clamp on the MAF is a bit off center and the intake tube could be moved closer to the MAF. Thinking there could be a leak there. Bet it's not leaking, but making sure everything is covered at this point is best.


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