…………. The FiTech fix……….today…yes Saturday after much talk with FiTech we believe we have discovered the combination that works with our 4 1/2″ deep tanks and intermittent fuel delivery to the fi system. Check out their web site, this new unit solves our issue basically creating a .4 gallon “float bowl” as a carb uses to keep constant flow to the needles. Can even use an original 3 port mechanical pump which to me is a very reliable pump. The unit hols .4 gallons of fuel pressurized and always ready to keep fuel flow to the injectors. There are a few other issues FiTech felt would help us…..like not connecting the valve cover breather to the air intake. The pile residue clogged internal sensors. Also, you MUST use at least a 10 micron filter…..we use a 7 to keep the injectors from clogging up. Anything going into the throttle body bigger than 10 microns is not good for your injectors and your IAC control need to be set 2-10 before you do initial setup. Try these. I’ll show pics of the ,Forced Flow” module in the coach were sound……Its been an interesting learning curve add-in the new active fuel injection systems, FiTech too has obviously had this issue in their eyes………stay tuned……..sheets of Avonite…..solid surface countertops are the big thing. These Avonite (bowling ball material) comes in 12’x32″. Galley counter is 5′ which gives us drop to make a dinette table and some bathroom trim……watch for more as we build the countertops……..ok, now let do some floor reinforcement…….. Floor gussets, this coach will prove up our floor gusset kit to allow the frame to hold the body weight at the body rails. Coaches with bowed floors will benefit from this project. I know I have 1 guy watching this….outcome wants to be a retrofit bolt in kit for everyone. Stay tuned
blaspheme…. Zoom in between the 1 rear wheels…….yes, that’s a spring in there instead of an air bag! This coach is ending up?a billboard wrap. Bring a battery and a gas can to move your sign………… See, there can even be a good reason for crazy stuff!
This Iron Horse will ride again soon…….👍 Updating this coach to road rocket status…..this is what YOU should do with your coach. I bet a “Easy Ridr” will stay……… Gonna be a good project….#205 in 1973……oh boy…..another box of chocolates !get rid of your 45 year old fuseable link……….ill tell u how. See the weatherproof in line ATC fuse holder? Goes from the “vehicle battery positive” terminal on the firewall and to the 7/16″ nut on the horn relay. This red wired fuse holder with a 40amp fuse replaces the thin soft wire black fuseable link. This opens and nothing on you glove box fuse block will get no power. The rest for this……headlights have no fuse…..if your headlights will nor turn on, this fuse link has fallen apart. Don’t wait for that, replace it with a 40amp fuse…..and label it “main engine fuse”.
See ya later…………