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Merkur VAM on an 88 TC?
turboken Offline
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I was wondering if anyone knew if this would work? I found a rebuilt VAM for fairly cheap (new in box), but upon getting it the part number didnt match mine, and going by a page suggesting the larger VAM/computer swaps, saw this part number is from an XR4Ti from 1986. My old VAM was a victim of me being 17 and messing with the spring tension and not documenting my changes, so no chance to put it back to stock, and i wanted a fresh one. Fired up the TC after 5 years of just sitting and ooohhhhh, she sounded GOOD, once she warmed up and was able to idle on her own! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aXhDrTIq2U
88TC-Black/Raven,A237 cam,ported and polished intakes/exhaust, gillis valve, o-ringed deck, head studs
85 Xr7 rough survivor 82k miles
2008 Subaru Impreza non turbo :-(
73 Honda CB750 (running parts bike for dads '69)
04 Honda 1000rr
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Pete D Offline
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My reference says all Merks used the small VAM, while your 88TC uses a big VAM. The Merk VAM is not going to give correct A/F performance.
Pete Dunham


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