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Old 03-01-2010, 08:59 PM   #1
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afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

the wiring diagram says gto z16a 6g72 90.10-00.7

is this the same as my 95 3000gt non turbo??
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

all 3/s use the 6g72 engine...but the z16a is the AWD chassis.
But since it says GTO, im guessing it's from Japan...and all GTOs were AWD.

honestly dude, dont take this the wrong way...but it doesn't seem like you're familiar enough to be needing an Air-Fuel Controller anyhow.
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Old 03-02-2010, 09:38 AM   #3
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

Is the wiring the same and you are right I'm really not that familiar but theres only one way to learn. lol
my cars not idleling correct and it does have a k&n filter and i plan on putting an exaust.
am i jumping the gun?

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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

sound like it. at this point an AFC is not something you really need. the money would be better spent elsewhere. boost controller, exhaust, etc
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

see i got this AFC off a 91 4g63t talon i bought for 500.00 bucks with all turbonetic parts was a good deal i already got my money back out i sold the turbo and i still have a lot of stuff to sell.but any way what I'm saying is i really dont have a investment in this part,its just laying around i figured if it fit stick it on.lol
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

lol. oh well that makes more sense. i would probably sell it if i were you
unless you plan on needing it in the future
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

ok cool man thax
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

Sell it. Its of no real use on a NA.
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

I have a 1995 3000gt sl with manual trans,24 valve dohc. How do I tell for sure if it is or isn't awd? Allso my sport light is blinking on dash what do I need to do?Ecs button I push it and light keeps blinking. what is ecs ? what is it for?Also my car ocassionally will run a little hot.ill be going a steady speed on freeway 70mph when this happens.And my orange radiator light has been on since I bought it.no check engine light has every been lit up.just the orange radiator light and the blinking green sport light. so on the overheating issue what should I check first for the cause.i thought thermostat sticking ,But I don't know.could it b a fuse? any info I would appreciate.also the stock tires for my model is 245/45/17 is this right?I guess I also need to run 91 on gas?my glass sunroof that's electric I guess is shot because it does nothing when I hit open button and I don't see any way to open it manually is there a way?
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Re: afc-nea/can i hook it up to a non tubro???

Dunno about the sport light, but if you have an SL then it's fwd. AWD in US-spec cars was only on VR4's and Stealth RT/TT's. ECS is the Electronically Controlled Suspension. Taken from this site ( http://www.us3s.org/freeforum/showthread.php?t=3581 ) Electronic Controlled Suspension (ECS)

"It is a system using electronicly adjustable struts. Discs in the struts turn to open or close holes to increase or decrease resistance. A user can select from Tour (soft) or Sport (hard).

The system also uses G force sensors and a steering sensor to auto switch modes depending on terain and rate of turns.

In Tour it can auto select from soft, medium, and hard."

I'm sure some other guys(*ahem* Stealthee) can chime in on your technical issues.
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