Ran at englishtown tonight.. heres the results

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by ReVz, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. ReVz

    ReVz Active Member

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    I ended up running both my cars tonight

    2004 ran 14.4 @ 96

    1994 ran 15.1 @ 91

    Another problem im having is tho in my 5.0, the throttle keeps stickin.. what could be causing this.. and would of had a major inpact on my time? I feel like i could of done a whole lot better wit my 5.0... did I do good or bad? A little help please. I gotta fix that damn Sticking problem
     
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    94gtstang50 Well-Known Member

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    I'd say thats a decent time, probably could have been in the 14's if the weren't any problems but still a good time.
     
  3. ReVz

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    How do I fix this stupid thing... its so annoying
     
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    94gtstang50 Well-Known Member

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    Is it the pedal or at the tb end?
     
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    Lightning Struck Well-Known Member

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    nice times, very popular track
     
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    Its just so much harder to push the pedal down. And my boy said its sticking to.. its just getting worse an worse.. is it something wit the cable?
     
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    ReVz Active Member

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    Nobody knows how to fix it?
     
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    I would say, disconnect your throttle cable and spring at the throttle body. Pull off your CAI so you can see into the TB. Grab the throttle linkage on the body and move the blade from closed to full open several times checking to make sure that there is no interfernce or sticking. If it looks really dirty, buy some carb cleaner and clean it up. If everything moves/looks ok on the TB end, then I would start to inspect the springs and cable for wear or dirt (or a pinch point in the engine bay) that could impede their movement. If they look ok, then I would take a look at the pedal assembly itself because there may be something caught in the pivot points or they may need a quick shot of lubrication. Let us know what you find.
     
  9. Addermk2

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    Ive got a stock cobra TB that ill send out to you.... gimmie $10 and pay the shipping

    sound good??? ill get you some pics if your interested
     
  10. ReVz

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    I got a 70mm TB on. I just put in on a week ago. The Throttle is just sticking on me. Its something wit the stupid cable