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Probably not. I got it from Andial late 80's. I was giving a guy a ride in the car and showed him the key for the tell tell. He thought that was the way I controlled the boost That would have been clever.
That's funny. I've had a few folks ask me the same with my Andial Tell-Tale
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My kids were enamored with this key.
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Sure they were. It is the tell tale reset key. prior to OBS and tracking etc. that's the only smoking gun...
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I had adjustable boost for about 10 years. We went on many Sunday drives and their first question was "what boost today dad"?
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Probably not. I got it from Andial late 80's. I was giving a guy a ride in the car and showed him the key for the tell tell. He thought that was the way I controlled the boost That would have been clever.
I'm guessing my tell tale had something to do with my cars original demise...

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traded ^my telltale^ w/ Petey so he could run it on his Pike's Peak 935, for one of his jewelry-esque D-Zug strut bars and a NHS 1.5 bar gauge w/ vacuum.

I'll never see 2bar and figure the uuuuberkewl factor of the telltale was outweighed w/ the uuuuuuuuuberkewlness of this ... 930potd:



luggage, bedamned! Pack lightly, honey (ohhhhsooooo the polaropposite of Ronknees' daily directive to the manhunk mounted behind hisself, butofcourse)...
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I hear that, been there done that

Returned it to a .8 bar spring many years ago. My last builder told me run good gas, your msd cuts you at 7,500 and that engine will last forever. I saved the adjustable dial a deaths to remind me of my former folly.
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Soft bags and a low boy cooler fit in a strut braced trunk just fine - that's all you need.

I think there's a joke in there along the lines of "massaging soft bags around stiffening rods", but maybe I've just been reading your depraved posts for too long...
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^you^ oobbbbbviously haven't met mah wife, Kenik:



(^HerMajesty's Matched Luggage!^)

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and... my depraved posts???

heynow! Ronnie started it!!!

plus, many seem to yukk about it (those that know we're not frickin srs, d'oh!)... blame them fer instigatin?

And, I hear ya Les... I've got an in-cabin dial-a-death (GReddy Profec B Spec II in console) - sure, I could make it faster, but wtf for?!? Car rips firkin absolute ass @ .9bar as it is. I've nooooooo interest in head lift / holin a piston / etc. Nooooooooo thaaaaaaaaaanks, I'm all set with that there, I am.
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I think there's a joke in there along the lines of "massaging soft bags around stiffening rods" . . .
If man bags are around, then stiff is Paul's first, middle & last name! No massaging necessary, either - just the sight of em' will do!!!
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and... my depraved posts???

heynow! Ronnie started it!!!
Lies, bisch, lies I tell ye'! I've never made a non-G-rated post in these here parts, bisch (like the one above)!

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^^^ Those were lonely times for you, I know!!!

PS - pic of yer wifey's luggage no workie, bizzzaaaattchhhh!

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want to sell that tell tale key?

any ideas where I could find one? have looked at ebay but no luck.
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Bob I had one laying around, if / when it ever turns up I'll let you know...

won't be 'till schpring till I know tho... to fawkin cold out thar...
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Soft bags and a low boy cooler fit in a strut braced trunk just fine - that's all you need.

I think there's a joke in there along the lines of "massaging soft bags around stiffening rods", but maybe I've just been reading your depraved posts for too long...
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want to sell that tell tale key?

any ideas where I could find one? have looked at ebay but no luck.
I just make one out of a tire valve tool, just crimp the end a little and you can use it for your tell tale needle. I have a spare in the shop as I found my actual key while disassembling the car.
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