My 92 Plymouth Laser RS AWD Walkaround
I was taking advantage of the beginning of nice weather here in Ohio. I
decided to make a vid using my Samsung Rouge. That's what it is. I used to
have a glyde now I have a rouge. lol. Enjoy!
When things go wrong
This is my first attempt in this type of video so all the helpful advices
are welcome. It's a mix of speed (mostly stunt) and motocross crashes. I
tried not to collect videos from here (it could be a bit boring if you've
already seen them separately), so they are from other sources. And by the
way, this is my first widescreen YouTube video, don't forget to watch it in
high quality if you can! =)
Music: In Flames - The Quiet Place
my 1990 plymouth laser.just a quick video to hopefully promote a sale. In
this video there are some things i'll point out. The switch above the cd
player is to turn on the lights. The shitty camera prevents you from
hearing the greddy bov. The little knocking sound is from my broken axle.
I'ts kinda hard to see but i tried to film it spinning in place.The greddy
front mount isn't exactly mounted at the moment. i had to take it off along
with the bumper to get it up on the tow dolley when my axle snapped!!! And
also the check engine light is on. the code is 13 which is intake air temp
sensor. i dont think it effects drive-ability at all! This car runs
amazing and pulls hard. Any questions feel free to e-mail me at.........
email@example.com ........ Thanks
Cylinder Head 104 - Remove Valves & Springs
Just one of many ways to remove valves from a cylinder head. I haven't
seen a valve compressor like this one on YouTube yet. I know it's nobody
makes them like this, because this one is a custom hack job specifically
for 4g63 heads... but it's extremely effective and easy to use.
Since I don't own a valve grinder, valve spring pressure testers (for
installed height measurement), or valve seat grinding stones... there are
several services I'm unable to perform myself. But since I can get the
head disassembled to this state, it would be easier and cheaper for me to
have them serviced by someone who does.
Valve grinding machine time is cheaper if they don't have to tear down the
head. You can lap them in yourself, but if the seat's in really bad shape,
it will require attention to allow any of those efforts to be worthwhile.
Valve seat grinding if necessary needs to be done with the proper tools,
and if the seats must be replaced, then it can get expensive. Usually
$20-ish a hole. Sometimes an oversized bore can be cut into a factory
seat. I'm ordering a set of valves to see if that's possible.