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    More progress pics
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    Nice work!
    Big slow mud truck with a TUNE!!!!!!

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    Thats looking good. What are your goals with this setup, HP, 1/4 mile, ect, ect.


    4.8, TSP 220, 6L90 swap, 3400 Stall, 4.10s w/30" drag radial and T76 @ 16lbs.
    Best ET 11.54@114 w 1.52 60ft
    Raceweight 4905 lbs.

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    I'm gonna run as much boost as I can on 91 octane for now. I'm not sure what the hp is gonna end up at. I just want a crazy street truck. I'm not too concerned about 1/4 mile times but I'll give er a blast at the track someday for fun. I'd really like to see what hp I end up with on a chassis dyno. Maybe next year I'll add some meth.

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    more progress pics. Got the inter-cooler pipes all fabbed up. Needed to order some more bends to finish the exhaust and inlet to turbo, so I started dissecting the wiring. Im moving the pcm and harness to clean very thing up. Im taking out all the wiring I don't need (secondary O2s, evap, ac, maf...). The engine bay is gonna look a lot cleaner when im done.
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    Got the mess of wiring taken car of and now just trying to get all the fabrication done. Built a new airbox that will be supplied with cold air from the bumber, a new coolant expansion tank and an oil catch can. I think I spent more time deciding what and how to build the stuff than the actual fab time.
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    Nice work; glad to see both sides merging into one. Truck will make some good power and flow very well; and pull the rpm it's supposed to.

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    Its gonna be interesting to see how she does. Im pretty excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canada4g63 View Post
    you port the intake manifold yourself? if so how'd you do it?
    Same question I have. Good looking work you have.
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    If u look back on page one there r some pics and and a brief explanation of the intake porting. PM me if u want more info bud.
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