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    I would caution that when you build (or have...

    I would caution that when you build (or have built) custom hoses for the power steering system that they are rated for pressures in/about 4000psi. I say this because if you happen to bounce the...
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    Both pieces should be replaced. That's how they...

    Both pieces should be replaced. That's how they come from 99% of suppliers. How did you pull out the inner bearing? A slide hammer will work for the outer part.
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    Sorry for the delay guys. Life got in the way of...

    Sorry for the delay guys. Life got in the way of everything automotive lately. Gonna start working on these again.
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    I'm back...

    I first must say that I'm sorry if I was helping anyone with projects, and then fell off the face of the earth. I have moved jobs and after 6 1/2 years im no longer working for WestJet Airlines. I'm...
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    Tom....talk with Trevor. He can make up a spacer...

    Tom....talk with Trevor. He can make up a spacer pretty easy. I can probably press it all together for you.

    Yes, it's been a while since I have been around here. Getting my life back in order...
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    All the guys here in calgary have the 255/60/16...

    All the guys here in calgary have the 255/60/16 ones. Work well too
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    The machines that actually do the milling for the...

    The machines that actually do the milling for the rotors cost in the neighborhood of about $1 million. They can be done with machines that cost less, but then you're probably going to pay for it.
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    That would work. I can't say I'd want those...

    That would work. I can't say I'd want those screws to be riding that close to the back of the gears. If they ever backed out you'd be hard pressed to reuse any of the parts. Good idea if it works.
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    Like I said...I'd spray a dry kit before the...

    Like I said...I'd spray a dry kit before the blower just to keep the fuel out of the blower. Keep the wet kit for when you have a clear path to the manifold/ports.

    If you had an explosion, then...
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    What's the difference between compressing the...

    What's the difference between compressing the nitrous with the blower or injecting it into an already compressed air stream? Nitrous is not explosive in any way shape or form.

    Marty, I had a...
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    There are 60 pins of the EEC. What were you...

    There are 60 pins of the EEC. What were you looking for?

    If you need, NAPA or AutoValue should be able to print off wiring diagrams for you. I know that partsource does for sure.
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    For the amount of time and goofing around you're...

    For the amount of time and goofing around you're gonna go through, I think it would be better to just go ahead and use a die grinder and some carbide burrs. If you're going to be doing alot of...
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    To get the rotors to line up, I've got a plate...

    To get the rotors to line up, I've got a plate that the rotors sit in with holes milled into it to simulate the rear bearings. The holes were drilled exactly the same distance apart as the bearings...
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    There was a kit that would allow you to use an...

    There was a kit that would allow you to use an M90 on a 5.0L. I don't remember who made it, but you might be able to find something using the search function as I've seen it on this board before.
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    I was the one that said to set the bearings in...

    I was the one that said to set the bearings in place. The original bearings are captured by the aluminum being rolled over the edge of them. If you press the bearings out, then you'll break this...
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    The fittings and line are pretty simple...I'm...

    The fittings and line are pretty simple...I'm currently sourcing the parts for the bleeders. I should have an answer early next week.
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    Okay, I'm sourcing the fittings locally and gonna...

    Okay, I'm sourcing the fittings locally and gonna get some pricing on lines as soon as I can.

    Are people going to want the quick disconnect fitting? These things aren't cheap and with the line...
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    Marty...if you have the resources, then I'd go...

    Marty...if you have the resources, then I'd go with a rebuild on the bottom end. This way you can step up to about 8.5:1 compression with complete forged internals.

    And if you can't...well, all of...
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    Marty....I dunno. But now that I've got it setup,...

    Marty....I dunno. But now that I've got it setup, I'd like to line up against ya in the spring.
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    I really like seeing 12.0:1 ish for a boosted...

    I really like seeing 12.0:1 ish for a boosted motor and no leaner than 11.0:1 while on the bottle. Like I said, I'd rather be safe and those are the levels in which I feel safe.
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    Yeah, I'm gonna see what I can do this...

    Yeah, I'm gonna see what I can do this winter....maybe now I'll upgrade to a raised top and possibly a different i/c from stock. The one thing that has me thinking now is that we didn't account for...
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    Charles...awesome find! The last time I checked...

    Charles...awesome find! The last time I checked with Russell, they didn't have anything like that.


    I'm sorry for not keeping this up to date, earlier this summer I had torn a muscle in my back...
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    Updates with the dyno sheets...

    Updates with the dyno sheets...
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    Back from the dyno...

    Just thought I'd drop a note....I finally went over to the dyno today to see what my beast would lay down for numbers. It was using a Mustang Dyno, so for those that prefer the dynojet numbers, I...
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    I have used an electronic WOT switch originally...

    I have used an electronic WOT switch originally designed for use on newer mustangs, but it works really well with a snip of a couple wires. That and a window switch.

    I was at the dyno today, and...
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