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Alex, your shit is epic!

dabez, flip that dipstick over man.

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Alex, your shit is epic!

dabez, flip that dipstick over man.
Thanks man lots of hard work and time in it

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^ where did you move the fuse box too

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^ where did you move the fuse box too

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In front of the driver side tire

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Was it very difficult? I was thinking of doing the same thing?

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Was it very difficult? I was thinking of doing the same thing?

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It wasn't to bad

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Define difficult



*from a few years back


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*from a few years back

Where did you get your thermostat housing that comes straight out like that

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Bitts your bay is amazing.!! Do you know how many wires there were roughly? I'm assuming it be easier to only move it under the bumper than to the other side of the bay. Did you have to extend the wires for the O2 and alternator to make it around the MM plate like that?


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Bitts your bay is amazing.!! Do you know how many wires there were roughly? I'm assuming it be easier to only move it under the bumper than to the other side of the bay. Did you have to extend the wires for the O2 and alternator to make it around the MM plate like that?


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I didn't have to extend the alternator wires but I did have to extend the o2 a long with all the clips that ran into the cabin of the car

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Its a modified stock upper tstat housing.

Bratz, just set a lot of time aside, how many many wires, no idea, shit load.

Ill be moving it inside the car over the winter time.

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I have posted pics of my bay B4,I did take home cleanest engine bay at NYSRTcrews show 2yrs ago. Eveyone is telling me to keep it the way it is......BUT i want to do something different and crazy. give me some ideas!!!!!!!
I wanna change up all my PC colored stuff and possibly paint the bay over. OB is tuff to get a color to flow with. Give me some input everyone


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Much appreciated bro
Just when I thought I was halfway decent... Jaw droppingly well done. Another bay to save and stalk over.
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Did the home depot racing radiator pipe yesterday


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Did the home depot racing radiator pipe yesterday

was it mandatory for you to move the fusebox? just curious as i want one of these manifolds as well and im not the best with wiring.
nice very clean bay though

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