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working on my 79 brat... need advise


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#1 Zefy

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Posted 07 March 2004 - 08:58 PM

hello,

i have a 79 brat that i got a long while ago but i don't have my licence yet so i have been doing work on it. it has a brand new clutch, dizzy cap, rotor, machined flywheel, park plugs and leeds... all of those things gave me more power then when i bought the car but i could still og for more power...
i was thinking about a weber carb, maybe new exaust or something but i wasn't sure about what exactly to get???
i would like to keep it as stock as possible(or at least appear stock).
my speedo doesn't work and normally i wouldn't care but this is an american car and i had to bring it up to Canada. so i have to get it inspected to make sure it is road-worthy. so it has to work. it worked when i bought the car and i took apart the tranny to replace a seal and i think i might have missed something.:eek:
is there something special about the speedo cable to reinstall it? if not and i just screwed it up i was thinking that i could get a seperate speedo and put it on the dash... but how would i install it?
thanks for your help

#2 MilesFox

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Posted 08 March 2004 - 01:37 AM

you may have accidentally pulled it away from the back of the instrument cluster. any moderate tug can do that, such as it happened once while servicing heater hoses




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