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35057
Re: It's frustrating If you want to go water then look through the photos section for some pictures of my manifold and there should be a thread discussing this about 1998-1999?
staatsof
1:48 PM
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35056
Re: It's frustrating 1985 biturbo oil cooled. Sent from my iPhone
RANDY BERTI
10:15 AM
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35055
Re: It's frustrating Sorry but what's your specific car again? Changing turbo configurations is not so simple even if everything does fit. If you've got the very early oiled cooled
staatsof
4:32 AM
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35054
Re: It's frustrating What would an overhaul of the turbos consist of? I know there is not much if any room to go bigger so are there internals that can be down. Ones on now to
RANDY BERTI
3:00 AM
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35053
Re: It's frustrating I've never heard of drilling the turbo itself for a bigger oil line restrictor? I'd check on the Maserati tech notes released before doing something like that.
staatsof
Apr 23
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35052
Re: It's frustrating Do you have any other info you can provide on the carb upgrade and the oil restrictor line mod? Sent from my iPhone
RANDY BERTI
Apr 23
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35051
Re: It's frustrating Clearly it's also been F'ed with a lot my multiple persons. You should go through everything inspecting cleaning and repairing as necessary. Otherwise you'll
staatsof
Apr 23
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35050
Re: It's frustrating Bob, My BT E hasn't been quite so fortunate as to live in a garage all it's life. I'm the 4th owner. Cliff Notes version: -E version w/ air/liquid
btdriver85
Apr 22
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35049
Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly It sounds like the failure is position related within the distributor. Where things are positioned by the advance mechanism(s)plural when the stall occurs. On
dubyablue
Apr 22
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35048
Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Power is never lost to the Coil :-( But there might be some issues with the Hall Sensor, the "pickup" inside the distributor, we could measure with a
maseratimcspace
Apr 21
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35047
Re: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then di Agree, I’d check voltage at the coil when it won’t start. If no voltage, I’m guessing fuse Box is Your problem! Cheers, Jarle Sendt fra Windows E-post
masadno
Apr 21
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Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Pat Delaney,wblue@...-----Original Message-----From: @...>Sent 4/21/2014 4:55:55 AMTo: BiturboZentrum@yahoogroups.comSubject: [BiturboZentrum]
    Patrick Delaney
    Apr 21
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    Re: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minute From: Danielak, Robert M Sent: Monday, April 21, 2014 10:04 AM To: BiturboZentrum@yahoogroups.com Subject: RE: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed
      Danielak, Robert M
      Apr 21
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      35044
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Do you have voltage going to the coil? Sent from my iPhone
      cliff
      Apr 21
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      35043
      Re: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minute this is good information. i missed the fact that you were not just idling for 10 minutes. if you are actually driving for this time, then it is not the
      Danielak, Robert M
      Apr 21
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      35042
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly OK well if you're traveling 5km then it's probably not a too slow fuel delivery issue and you're not just running on the capacity of the carb's bowl. Here's
      staatsof
      Apr 21
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      35041
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Hi all and thanks for the assistance so far. car still dies after about 10 minutes and sometimes less. I live in Sweden btw. Actions sofar: Cleaned out
      maseratimcspace
      Apr 21
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      35040
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly He needs to answer a few questions to get the best help from everyone on here. I ran my fuel pump off of the electric antenna circuit once when I had one of
      staatsof
      Apr 21
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      35039
      Re: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minute It could, but in my experience there are more likely culprits. Iirc the inertia switch is in-line with the fuel pump power feed. If it was bad the pump would
      Danielak, Robert M
      Apr 20
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      35038
      Re: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minute Could a bad inertia switch lead to a problem like this? On Sun, Apr 20, 2014 at 11:53 AM, Danielak, Robert M
      reggie beck
      Apr 20
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      35037
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Sure sounds to me like a fuel pump relay issue. Maybe even a clogged fuel filter. Sent from my iPhone
      cliff
      Apr 20
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      35036
      Re: EXTERNAL: [BiturboZentrum] Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minute Have you absolutely confirmed that it is an ignition problem? It sounds like a classic fuel pump electrical circuit problem. The fuel pump is powered by both
      Danielak, Robert M
      Apr 20
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      35035
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Bob’s experience is worth listening to. There used to be an old trouble shooting guide: if stalling was an on & off check fuel, if it’s constant check
      dubyablue
      Apr 20
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      35034
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly Maybe I missed it but did you ever answer this question? https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/BiturboZentrum/conversations/messages/35012
      staatsof
      Apr 20
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      reggie beck
      Apr 20
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      35032
      Re: It's frustrating All these ground issues are interesting to me. As some know I'm the original owner of my 84. It's been a garaged car all it's life and and though it was a DD
      staatsof
      Apr 20
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      35031
      Re: 1984 Carbed Biturb, runs 5 minutes, then dies abruptly New ignitionmodule installed, now it runs for 12-15 minutes, next thing is to try to change the coil and the sun is shining today *sigh* //Stefano
      maseratimcspace
      Apr 20
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      35030
      Re: It's frustrating Randy, The ground point I'm referring to is on the inner fender right next to the battery - have to remove battery to get to. Among the many benefits of
      btdriver85
      Apr 19
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      35029
      Re: It's frustrating I have been told upgrading all the grounds to bigger wire had benifits. Does anyone have good pics or descriptions of where the grounds are? R; Randy Sent
      RANDY BERTI
      Apr 18
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      35028
      Re: It's frustrating Just a few weeks ago, I got my BT E on the road after 2.25 yrs on jackstands. Had a trickle charger on the disconnected battery 99% of that time, and no
      btdriver85
      Apr 18
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