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Old 01-10-2017, 07:38 AM   #21
 
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Old 01-10-2017, 05:30 PM   #22
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Waiting on a few things to come in. The motor is on it's way from Nebraska. I also went ahead and purchased his catch can setup and the lines along with it that mate with the tapped valve cover. Over the next few days I should be picking up a buddy's engine hoist and another buddy is giving me his engine stand. Once I get the engine hoist I'll hammer away at getting the motor out. The bay should be getting done the end of this month, the engine bay plates are also in route from California.
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Diggin' the progress and overall build! Sub'd!
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That is one expensive end table...
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Old 01-11-2017, 02:57 PM   #25
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Eh, not so much. Block and head are junk 😎
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Old 01-12-2017, 06:55 AM   #26
 
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great build man...
That table though.... amazing!
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Old 01-12-2017, 11:39 AM   #27
 
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Dude, your journey has been...i dont even have the words...bitter sweet, more sweet of course especially now that its running great. Crazy progress man. And thats prob the best engine table ive ever seen. I had tables made of RG1s but it didnt come close to what you put together haha. Thanks for sharing, it was a pleasure reading your build
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Old 01-12-2017, 01:46 PM   #28
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great build man...
That table though.... amazing!
Thanks man, things will start moving a lot quicker when the motor gets in and the bay gets done

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Dude, your journey has been...i dont even have the words...bitter sweet, more sweet of course especially now that its running great. Crazy progress man. And thats prob the best engine table ive ever seen. I had tables made of RG1s but it didnt come close to what you put together haha. Thanks for sharing, it was a pleasure reading your build
It was definately something I always wanted to do. I was going to install a lot more on the motor including the vtec solenoid, all coolant lines, all pulleys to have a serpantine belt but I lost interest lol. Thanks for the kind words though. Stuff like that makes me happy that I finally put together this thread and I can finally delete the pictures from years back on my phone haha
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Old 01-18-2017, 12:20 AM   #29
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No new progress lately, have been relaxing and focusing on a bunch of other stuff. Plus my main truck for my business is down with a blown transfer case so picking up that engine hoist has been on hold. However, I did just purchase a bad ass fuel sytem! Full Blown dual hanger, twin FB 340lph pumps with wiring, -8AN feed with FB fuel filter, FPR and XXL Fuel Rail, along with a -6AN return. Got a great deal on this whole setup from the guy I bought the turbo kit from! This setup should be here tomorrow and I'll get some pictures of it up along with the catch can!
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Old 01-18-2017, 03:30 PM   #30
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Catch can setup!





This will be sent off to the powder coater to be refinished in black like everything else. This thing was also drenched in oil from shipping so I'm not sure if I want to replace these lines or not. If anyone knows how to deep clean these things let me know!

The new fuel setup! I currently have an Inline Pro fuel rail along with an AEM FPR and I'm not a fan of Full Blown's anodized purple/pink so idk if I'm going to sell these or not. I'm also dealing with Jeff Evans in regard to running a dual fuel rail setup for better idle, starting and driveability in the high HP range. So I may end up selling the AEM FPR and keeping the FBM rail if I go that route..

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