Nice job BRUISER! My buddy has a 91 like yours...been fun making easy mods into great power. I like what you've been doing with yours...keep up the good work!!!WOW is all I can SAY..
Well myself and some freinds loaded up and headed out to PA from NC for the weekend..
I had my 1st Gen with my bed camper, my trailer and jeep on back..
I averaged 12.9 MPG on the trip..
even at 70mph on hills never got about 1150 degrees on Pyro..
truck always had plenty of power to pass people if needed..
I am just amazed at the power I had with only a few upgrades..
oh and the New Mirrors were AWESOME I could see the entire road with no issues at all..
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Having gone through this myself, a few observations from mine.
Don't shake the can. You can introduce liquid into the line.
If your A/C doens't have much (or any) of a charge, you're just going to have to go back in later when the moisture in the system tears things up.. It's really best to take it in, let the shop pull a vacuum, and charge it from there...
And, the fill kit with the pressure gauge is 10x better than without.
One thing I don't see that has to be addressed is the evaporator temp. sensor. It also tells the compressor when to cycle off so it doesn't turn the evaporator into a solid block of ice after running for awhile. Maybe you have done something about it and I'm not seeing it. Judging from the amount of oil around the low pressure switch it looks like the expansion vavle may be leaking also (I think that's what I'm seeing, a block with the lines runnning to it at the firewall).
but i think jeffs a big head.