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I saw no mention of fuel delivery mods?
 

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Was that or the race, and race required mods to bumper/grill..but atleast that can be easily changed/upgraded later on.

im suprised how well things going, considering i had do in driveway on my back and i have limited use of arms due to nerve neck damage and titanium cervical spine..but as you know, nothing can stop us from achieving more power..grunt grunt 馃槀
Yeah what I was thinking. Doing spot on work man. And taking time to take photos! I can appreciate that!
 
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Wind, rain, cold day 6.
i got a little done today between the busted knuckels, screams, cussing, and kicking things.
got the wastegates installed, turbo oil supply and drain lines cut to size and fittings added and installed/tightened. Used a piece of high density foam from one of the boxes wastegates came in to keep oil supply fitting from rubbing/smacking/rattling against bottom of tranny.
got the cold side steel pipes back from my friend鈥ad them powder coated black鈥id not like the raw stainless with weld rainbow stains鈥ou wont see it all, but i will see it in my mind 馃槵


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Please, please, use Zipties to stand these off of each other.
 

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Not quite! I was suggesting to do this which will work better than foam on the hoses. This is a technique we use on race cars and aircraft when hoses are near each other. Prevents rubbing and helps them stay in place.

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In the tune, I would almost suggest disabling the Short Runner Valves and keep it in long runner mode. Or switch to a 6.1 Intake.
 
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My way of air removal

Put a hand vac pump attached to the coolant overflow drain tube. Place hand over the cap spout and pull a vacuum until hoses kinda start to collaspe. Slowly lift hand releaseing vacuum. Fill it up a bit. Pull vac again. I typically can hear bubble purging into tank as I do this.

Has never failed me yet.
 
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