Originally Posted by romeen
Looks good Glenn.
Not sure if you already have the vacuum canister, but there is one from a Dodge Dakota that works well if you don't have the oem canister. The part number is 4677204
. That's what I'm using. I tested the finished Cyclone install using a Summit RPM switch along with the Dodge canister and it appears to work pretty good. Cost was $13.35 from the dealer.
Cool, thanks! I was just planning on getting something fromthe bone yard or making one of my own. I have my solenoids and vacum lines laid out and ready top go into the engine bay, i just need to finish up with some other things first.
It was taking FOREVER to get all the water out of the engine (put about 10 quarts of oil through it today, but finally i have sucess!)
now i'm putting the OEM shocks back on, the lowered setup i used whern i was FWD is too low on AWD and my wheels scrape BNAD on every bump, but i'm only a sway bar link and wheel away from having those back on and resting for the night