Re: hello another newbee
As Ted suggests, T-top leakage is a pain. Rather expensive to replace weatherstripping.
I don't know if your '87 MCSS had T-tops, my '88 MCSS does and I'm having a hard time convincing the wife to spend $250 for w/stripping.
TPI is not a bad thing, I had an '85 Z/28 w/Corvette 350 under the TPI and wished I had never gotten rid of it. But at any rate, I replaced the injectors, EGR valve w/temperature sensor, since I was already there, and it ran great. It does poop out at about 4600-4800 RPM because of the short runners, but in all, it did good.
One of the tricks others have done is to drill a 4 inch hole in the pass fenderwell just above the frame member to reach in and change #8 spark plug. I got mine from above, tight compartment, but alittle easier from the bottom. I made three-layer 2X12 wood ramps to drive on to crawl underneath and it works very well. Drawer pulls to handle the ramps.
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