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Old 12-10-2004, 07:32 PM
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Default Body Fit and Coilover Question

Three quick questions.

Has anyone had trouble with their Shell Valley bodies not being square on the frame?

Second, do you know if there has been a change in the size of coilover used in the last few years?

Third, I have a 5.0 FI car with the Dr. K wiring system. My temp guage is reading hot, but the car is at normal temperature. Could the guage be bad, or could it be a wiring problem or copatibility problem or something? I have the VDO Series 1 guages.

I have some small problems I am working out on my recent purchase. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks to all in advance.

PS. If you are a Shell Valley owner and would be willing for me to pick your brain on a few things, please private message me with your email address and let me know you are willing.
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Old 12-11-2004, 05:24 AM
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I use CopSlip as a sealent on the temp sender to fix a simular problem with my VDO guage. It is copper based and provides a better connection to the block.

Try it and see if it helps
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