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Old July 4th, 2017, 12:37 PM   #1
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After 9 years, back in a PGT

Just copped this biscuit last night. 93 PGT, 5-speed, completely virgin car. 1000 bucks.

What it needs

-Water pump
-Lift supports for the hatch
-probably master cylinder
-Radio doesn't work
-Passenger door is coming apart
-Massive exhaust leak at the Y-collector it sounds like it has open headers
-Tires soon, these are old
-AC doesn't work

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-KLZE swap with a mild NA build
-Trans swap of some sort. I want to see if the G35-M 6-speed fits, from the Mazda 6, or if I can cross-pollinate a 6-speed solution into this car
-My Gen IV Hotshot headers, test pipe and Greddy SP2
-Mild suspension build
-In-dash DVD
-CB radio because trucker life
-MS6 brakes and some sort of 17" wheels

Pulls like a freight train out of the hole in 2nd and howls like my old 94 PGT did the 5 minutes I ran open headers on it lol. 150k on the clock.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 12:53 PM   #2
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Would love to know if the 6 speed will bolt up.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 01:24 PM   #3
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Old July 4th, 2017, 05:00 PM   #4
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It's not bad I've already got some headway on the interior. I might have to replace the passenger door panel if I can't save it. I've already fixed a couple things on the inside. How do I remove the factory radio? I have a decent Pioneer unit I'd like to put in.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 05:13 PM   #5
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Old July 4th, 2017, 06:00 PM   #6
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AC has nothing in the system and I need the 134 thingy to fill it so that's on the docket for tomorrow.

Tomorrow, will get all the legal BS done with tag and title. I have to go through the KL parts bin and see what I have left over from the 94. Finding a 16mm water pump has been a challenge because all the parts houses have the 32mm and naturally I found the 32mm pulley I had while rooting through the bin like 10 min ago. I should have the phenolic spacer kit still, a G4 mani, a set of cams for regrind (is Colt still doing bb's?) and some other odds and ends.
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Old July 4th, 2017, 07:46 PM   #7
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Old July 5th, 2017, 03:18 PM   #8
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Curious why you think it needs a master cylinder?
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Old July 5th, 2017, 04:08 PM   #9
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It leaks and the clutch goes straight to the floor sometimes when braking or accelerating, then after the gear change it comes back.

Got some more stuff, my water pump came in, and I bought a cheap JVC headunit, and found some of my bolt-ons in storage so those might go on. Friend owns a lift and will let me work on it tomorrow so looks like my belt and pump are getting done tomorrow. Tonight, AC and the headunit are on the docket for work.
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Old July 5th, 2017, 07:17 PM   #10
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AC has bigger problems than I thought, compressor wont come on and fuses are good, apparently it's charged too. either the compressor is shot or it isn't getting voltage. fml for not being around this shit for 9 years I've forgotten everything. We jumped the low pressure switch that did nothing.
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Old July 5th, 2017, 09:02 PM   #11
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Carry on. Thought you were talking about the brake master.
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Old July 6th, 2017, 08:36 PM   #12
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Ended up being the clutch master. What a pain in the dick to replace. Any tips for getting that nut back on in the interior side of the clutch master?

AC compressor is also shot so the entire AC system will be overhauled and replaced at some point, right now the timing belt and water pump and everything that goes with it are priority. Did get some stuff done today though.
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Old July 6th, 2017, 08:52 PM   #13
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Night that I bought her. Story time. Bought it in St. Pete, FL about 3hr from home. Mom followed me home in her car behind me. Made it all the way home got two miles away cops saw me and flipped on their lights across the intersection to come after me, saw it and was coming into a 2-1 merge lane, opened it up in 3rd and got to the double yellow before them, mom was behind me, they can't pull me over lol.



put it on the lift today to see what it needs, my god it's worse than I thought. This may have been a salt belt car.



did get this installed myself, it's a cheap unit but it works well and I wired it in a cinch with a PnP kit. i'll put a DVD in later.



and now some CARNAGE. Best part, this isn't the factory muffler either. I can get my arm through the big hole and pop my hand out the other one. It also has a large hole at the y-collector flange. This is not a problem, I have an original set of Gen IV Hotshot headers, y-pipe with EGR blocked off, test pipe and a Greddy SP2. Just have to get it prepped for install, the headers will be the last thing that goes on because I don't know if the exhaust bolts will make it out of the engine without shearing off. I plan on a KLZE swap soon but not yet, I want to get it mechanically sorted before I start trying to go fast. I need to do something soon though, because essentially I am open headers now.

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Ended up being the clutch master. What a pain in the dick to replace. Any tips for getting that nut back on in the interior side of the clutch master?

AC compressor is also shot so the entire AC system will be overhauled and replaced at some point, right now the timing belt and water pump and everything that goes with it are priority. Did get some stuff done today though.
persistence, my friend. went through it about a year ago. requires that you be a bit of a contortionist with slim nimble fingers. still haven't figured out exactly how I got it done, since I'm not and I don't.
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That color or close enough should be available in a spray can, if there's any spots you want to touch up. Performance white but I think they renamed it. Oreilly's or Advance had it. I'm in the salt belt myself, none of my exhaust manifold bolts gave me trouble taking them out, off my 94, my 95 and my ZE had original manifolds too. Be careful putting the middle 3 back in, (2 top 1 bottom.) I bought all new ones, in those 3 front and rear they kept turning never tightening. I'm lucky I used the old ones again for those and they held fine.
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From what I can see of the undercarriage near the muffler -it doesn't look terribly bad. I have had cars and seen some with far worse.
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Old July 9th, 2017, 06:48 AM   #17
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Up on jacks



The red tint is from the large umbrella I was using to shield me from the Florida sun



Done.



Used Leska's guide, replaced the belt, water pump and the tensioner, this car had the original tensioner from 1992 date stamped on the back.

Also uh.....how do I get all this grease off? Lol this is why I loved the black one I had, some of her parts live on in this one, the strut tower braces will later today.

So now that the engine is wrapped up, for now, the AC is the next project for this car. I believe the compressor is shot, and the lines are definitely leaking there's bubbles in the rubber insulation. Once I get that sorted out I will turn my attention to the muffler, or lack of one. I might hold off on the header install until the KLZE swap because the leak is after the Y-pipe anyway.

One thing I have definitely learned, this was a very neglected car, and the mechanic they took it to should be ****ing shot. The lugnuts were torqued to 300ft.lb., my Freightliner is rated for 400 on the drive axles. The water pump bolts were overtorqued too, and I suspect this car has ebay parts on it. This car suffers from the same problem my black one did, the previous owners. But I seek to do something about that.
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Holy shit, PT can't be dead! Someone caught my backwards wheels within a week of buying the car lol
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J-dogg I remember when I last changed my clutch master cylinder. It was a procedure that included sicking a small magnet inside the socket, putting the socket on a 1/4" drive swivel, placing the swivel on the end of a medium extension bar, and spinning it on by hand through some hidden little gap that you only find when you are upside down on your head.. in the floor pan.

I may have pulled the lower steering column shroud away or something.. its been a few years ago. I forgot how I got it in place so easily, but it was literally one minute to get that nut fastened.

it helps to have some kind of tiny, bright, magnetic LED lamp in there too!
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cleaned up a little bit, will be coming home in a couple days to work on it again, doing door speakers and both belts this time around.





questions on BBK's, I was eyeing the Wilwood MS6 kit says it fits with a 17" wheel theoretically it should fit on PGT with a 17" wheel?
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Looks like it is coming around well! Nice Photog! Wish I still had an eye for it! I lost that along with my back and knees I guess!
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yea it's getting there. Somewhere I have a PT sticker a member made on here and I had two of them made, one for my base, and one for a PGT I was about to buy that got sold before I could get to it and I'm trying to find that 2nd sticker, or the guy who made them.

Should be home tonight, will get started on it again tomorrow.
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