Re: [DML] Spares info/Wings Aloft/door latch mod
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Re: [DML] Spares info/Wings Aloft/door latch mod

In a message dated 3/25/2009 7:20:43 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
lamborghinijim@xxxxxxxxx writes:

The  wings aloft system, is it easy to install and how effective it it?
Do the  doors raise on the existing mechanism?>>
Wings Aloft works great. You need the willingness to get into your  electric 
compartment and cut and splice, but Toby is very good about tech  support, and 
it has full instructions. The only "but" is the fact that it cannot  fix 
badly adjusted doors. If your doors won't operate correctly, don't have  enough 
life left in your door lift struts for instance, it won't make them open  
properly. It locks/unlocks or unlatches the door latch internally. It doesn't  lift 
the door itself.  The Torsion Bar and Lift Struts need to do that.  I've had 
Wings Aloft on my D for several years and am very happy with it.   Be careful 
that you don't press the "lock" button with a door open. That's true  of any 
DeLorean with the factory designed lock setup. After much research I  modified 
my locks to prevent that issue. And I'm very happy with that mod  too!  :-)  
And it costs nothing but some of your time.

Wayne A.  Ernst
vin 11174

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