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T bags

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Apr 9, 2022
Newark, New_Jersey
Similar to a sewer system. Loving the look of the spider web. If they came in a anodized black it would of matched the i/m to perfection. We’re they pre bent as a kit or elbow grease.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
Today I got my intake reinstalled after fresh powder coat and 90mm throttle body install. Also put some titanium stud and bolts on her.
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What size tank are you going to use?
 

godschylde777

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Jun 3, 2009
houston, Texas
Similar to a sewer system. Loving the look of the spider web. If they came in a anodized black it would of matched the i/m to perfection. We’re they pre bent as a kit or elbow grease.
I bent them all myself. Yes a lot of elbow grease LOL. Wasted a lot of tubing. In the end it worked out. I thought about using braided lines. However, I decided to keep what I had.

What size tank are you going to use?
Do you mean fuel cell?
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
Drove the car back to the shop and started mocking up the carbon hood. I didn’t have enough time to fully install but man I’m loving it!

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Man that looks great! Not only that you will get rid of a ton of heat. I really like those air passages. Nice way to cool the rad while equipping the car with a FMIC. :hellyeah::dsm:
 

godschylde777

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Jun 3, 2009
houston, Texas
Now when someone at the drags or spot says,”where did you buy this lines from”? You say their custom😂
HAHAHAAAA!!!!

Lol i meant to say tank, nitrious capacity is what i was curious about.
It is a 10lb bottle.

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Adam

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Jan 6, 2017
Silver Springs, Nevada
4" intake pipe welded up and wrapped and routed through the fender. Cheap filter for now. Just need to finish tuning it and finally give it that super deep cleaning that it desperately needs haha

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JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
4" intake pipe welded up and wrapped and routed through the fender. Cheap filter for now. Just need to finish tuning it and finally give it that super deep cleaning that it desperately needs haha

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Is that a power steering bottle being used as a crank case catch can? Love it LOL
 

Adam

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Jan 6, 2017
Silver Springs, Nevada
Is that a power steering bottle being used as a crank case catch can? Love it LOL
Pennzoil 😎

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Haha you guys got good eyes! But yep that's an old Pennzoil bottle. Free and works just fine for now until I find something fancy. See that kinda stuff all the time on ratrods. Kinda what gave me the idea. Easy to drain too!!
 

TWOpointFORliter

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Jul 31, 2009
Crown Point, Indiana
New plugs gapped to .018 and a free air calibration of the WB. Ready to start turning it up now.
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d1prospect

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Mar 14, 2004
Glen Bunie, Maryland
Decided to update my brake system with new stainless lines, and do the “outlander” brake upgrade. Then found this little gem lurking around. Smh :banghead::banghead: guess I’ll be doing axles this weekend too. Now glad I decided to do brakes. Cause I wouldn’t have known about that boot. Lol
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JeffGS-T97

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Decided to update my brake system with new stainless lines, and do the “outlander” brake upgrade. Then found this little gem lurking around. Smh :banghead::banghead: guess I’ll be doing axles this weekend too. Now glad I decided to do brakes. Cause I wouldn’t have known about that boot. Lol
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Better to catch it defective rather than have it break and damage other parts :D
 

T bags

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Apr 9, 2022
Newark, New_Jersey
Decided to clean the floor and be ready for the weekend then found a drip. Megan racing radiator drain plug has a rubber o-ring? Less than a year old and dry rotted. Water temp sending unit arrived on time

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T bags

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Apr 9, 2022
Newark, New_Jersey
Got Her all buttoned up today. All that is left is to wired in the injectors, throttle body and e-pedal.
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Those cam gears ⚙️ 😀and purple belt are bada$$. Another good example of a nice build. If we where in the 90s/00s that would of been my desktop background

Re spaced the strut tower brace
Mounted Tri gauge pod
Xtreme psi incab boost controller
Memorial day stout

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Widgmaster

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Aug 24, 2018
Sarnia, ON_Canada
Changed my battery to an Optima Redtop and now my headlights are flashing and the windows would not go up. Pulled the fuse to stop the lights from flashing and was able to get the windows up. I got so frustrated I gave up on it for today and will look into it another day.
 

JeffGS-T97

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Mar 22, 2019
Muncie, Indiana
Changed my battery to an Optima Redtop and now my headlights are flashing and the windows would not go up. Pulled the fuse to stop the lights from flashing and was able to get the windows up. I got so frustrated I gave up on it for today and will look into it another day.
I had a terrible experience with the optima battery. Had a warranty and they did not honor it. Battery was bad from the get go. Many of my friends have experienced issues with these personally i will never buy optima again due to the quality and how they treated me on my situation
 
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