North American Turbocoupe Organization



With Our Appreciation!
Gary S Offline
Administrator
#1
I personally, and I know I speak for all of the NATO members, would like to thank Pete, Dan, and Nate (and contributing members) for all the work that they have put in on the Newsletter. I think we can all be in agreement when I say it is an excellent piece of literary work. I would also like to take this opportunity to personally thank all those members (and non-members) who take the time to answer questions and to help solve problems that individuals have with their TC's. I noticed that Pete has over 4,000 posts and Jeff and Dan have over 1,000
posts each and I know that the majority of those were to address other's problems. I know it takes a lot of time (and patience) to visit the board regularly and to research posts. Thanks again for everybody's efforts!
Gary Schweikert
[email protected]

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NATO Member
1987 Turbocoupe
155,000 Miles
5 Speed
Black w/Raven Interior
Gillis Valve
3" Downpipe
Dynomax Super Turbo Mufflers w/21/2" exhaust
Centerforce I Clutch and Pressure Plate
Polished air cleaner lid, upper intake, lower intake, throttle body, front of turbo, water pump, tensioner pulleys, IAC, EGR, intercooler and bracket (all courtesy of Dan Eaves polishing services).
NATO Member
1987 Turbocoupe
168,000 Miles
5 Speed
Black w/Raven Interior
http://www.turbotbird.com/showroom/data_...t_87tc.php
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Jeff K Offline
Administrator
#2
Thank you, Pete, Dan, and Nate! Great job!

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Jeff Korn

88 Turbo Coupe: Intake and exhaust mods, T3 turbo at 20 psi, forced air intercooler, water injection, bypass valve, Ranger roller cam, subframes, etc., etc.. // 86 Tbird 5.0 (original owner): intake, exhaust, valvetrain mods, 100 HP nitrous, ignition, gears, suspension, etc., etc.... // 91 Escort: Bone stock winter car // 00 Windstar (wifes vehicle)
Jeff Korn

88 Turbo Coupe: Intake and exhaust mods, T3 turbo at 24 psi, forced air IC, water injection, BPV, Ranger cam, subframes, etc., etc.
86 Tbird 5.0 (original owner): intake, exhaust, valvetrain mods, 100 HP N2O, ignition, gears, suspension, etc., etc.
05 Taurus SEL Duratec daily driver
04 Taurus Duratec (wifes car)
02 Pontiac Grand Prix GT
95 Taurus GL Vulcan winter beater
67 Honda 450 Super Sport - completely customized
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Dan E Offline
Posting Freak
#3
Quote:Originally posted by Jeff K:
Thank you, Pete, Dan, and Nate! Great job!


And you too Jeff...Heck, most of the Newsletter was your article about water injection !

Hopefully, I can get them out a little more timely in the future...(unless I get a job LOL) !
Dan Eaves
88TC 5spd Vermillion Red, Polished...everything...
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Glenn 88TC Offline
Posting Freak
#4
I would like to thank them also. The amount of work these guys put in this site is amazing. They really are under appreciated, even with the high level of respect I hold them at. The knowledge on this site is staggering. It is one stop for all the answers. Keep up the good work guys.
NO TC and NO headaches.
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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#5
Thankyou all for the appreciative remarks to all of us. I think we need to give Jeff a lot of credit, both for handling the tough questions on the message board and for contributing half the content of the newsletters. THANKS JEFF!!

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NATO Member. it's not a vice, it's an obsession
"The nice thing about each new day is nobody ever used it before" Barnaby Jones
88 TC X 2, 86 SVO, mods list at
http://www.turbotbird.com/showroom/pd_88tc.htm
Pete Dunham


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Pat Fay Offline
Member
#6
Thanks Pete, Jeff, Dan, Nate, and everyone else who contributes. It amazes me what kind of ppl we have on this board. Perfect example is "twobirdsinthefalls" aka Buzz. want to give a big thanks to him. He's helping me w/ the worst thing to change on our TC's.... the heater core. What a guy. I would also like to give a BIG thank you to Glenn. He's the "poster child" of the modded TC's... W/o him I'd probally still have a stock TC... and driving a mustang.. or worse an import. Its too bad I'm going to have to beat his times this season... lol All in good fun tho, just messing w/ you Glenn. Thanks again guys.



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Pat - [email protected]
87 TC - Bought w/ 42,000 original miles, K&N in fender, Fuel Pressure Guage on rail, Boost Guage on A-Pillar, Gillis at 17-18psi, 3" downpipe no cat into 2 1/2" ATR Duals, 255 HP Fuel Pump, AFPR, Timing at 12-13*, Chrome Cobra R's on 245/45/17's, Centerforce clutch
Sitting in garage - T3, Air/Water IC, 65mm T-Body, ported E6, gutted upper
Soon to come - Ported head/lower intake, Oversized valves, .450 Rollar
Down the road - T3/T4, EEC Tuner, 42# injectors, 3.90 gears, BOV
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DrPhang Offline
Senior Member
#7
you guys rock! I cant wait to see everyone at carlisle 2003!
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Pat Fay Offline
Member
#8
Speaking of the newsletter.... How do I go about recieving one? I thought it was if you were a member you get one and I've been a member since last year and I never recieved one newsletter. I would really like to read the water injection article...?


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Pat - [email protected]
87 TC - Bought w/ 42,000 original miles, K&N in fender, Fuel Pressure Guage on rail, Boost Guage on A-Pillar, Gillis at 17-18psi, 3" downpipe no cat into 2 1/2" ATR Duals, 255 HP Fuel Pump, AFPR, Timing at 12-13*, Chrome Cobra R's on 245/45/17's, Centerforce clutch
Sitting in garage - Air/Water IC, 65mm T-Body, ported E6, gutted upper
On its way - T3/T4, BOV, ported lower
Soon to come - Ported head w/ Oversized valves and .450 Rollar
Down the road - EEC Tuner, "big" injectors, 3.90 gears
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2birdsinthefalls887 Offline
Senior Member
#9
I also have not recieved the news letter, doesn't it automaticly get E-mailed to us.
By the way, great job everyone, without this site I probably would of grown tired of my birds and moved onto somthing else, great to have so many other people with the same interest,wating to keep our cars alive. Keep up the good work.

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87base turbo coupe 120,000 miles, mods auburn diferential with 3.73 gears,140 mph speedo,adjustable camgear set at 4degrees advance, and of course the A&A wing.88turbocoupe 166,ooo miles factory moonroof,autolamps,powerseats,premium sound with equalizer,no mods,got car for free and is not worth it, it's an automatic.daily driver
been to carlisle 2002,it was great!!!
87 T/C,base, 5spd, bright red metalic, 136,000 miles. My pride and joy of the fleet.
88 Turbo Coupe,loaded 104,000,
88 Turbo Coupe,Fully loaded,
Been to Carlisle 2002,2003, 2004,2005,2006,2007
And damn proud to be a NATO member!
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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#10
The Newsletter is downloaded. See the link on the home page. You will need the password Nate mailed to you after he received your membership dues. I know you will all remember because it said Do Not Delete this letter [Image: biggrin.gif] Or if you can't find it, you can e-mail Dan, Nate or I

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NATO Member. it's not a vice, it's an obsession
"The nice thing about each new day is nobody ever used it before" Barnaby Jones
88 TC X 2, 86 SVO, mods list at
http://www.turbotbird.com/showroom/pd_88tc.htm

[This message has been edited by Pete D (edited 12-12-2002).]
Pete Dunham


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