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Old 04-04-2022, 10:10 AM
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So I have been struggling trying to figure out how I was going to mount my Norris Catch can and the way you did it never even crossed my mind. You sir are my hero and I can't wait to get home and look at my motor and see what I can create.
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Old 04-04-2022, 05:58 PM
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So I have been struggling trying to figure out how I was going to mount my Norris Catch can and the way you did it never even crossed my mind. You sir are my hero and I can't wait to get home and look at my motor and see what I can create.
Ha ha Iím far from a hero but thank you
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Old 05-15-2022, 04:37 PM
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So finally i got my II much vent and I installed my fuel pump so now i can get my fuel system done and trunk painted,

steering linkage and clutch done finally.

column and pedals painted and installed,love the modo pedal covers.

Much more little stuff but I keep plugging away at it little by little.
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Old 05-30-2022, 06:40 PM
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Alright the ups guy showed up again so. I have been very busy

super charger is installed but hit a few bumps on the spacing and ls water pump types but itís all good now thanks to summit, soooo if anyone needs a brand new ls3 water pump hit me up.

Nose is back on for fitting the intercooler and piping and she is starting to look like a car again.

Lower valence have seen better days looks like something ran it over but nothing that can be fixed
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Nice work!!
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Small update,got most of tubing done, mounted up intercooler and the fans.
Had to move power steering can to make room for radiator hose and change up fuel lines a little.
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That's awesome!! Everything fits insanely tight. Had to take a lot of planning to make that happen. Keep at it man!!

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That's awesome!! Everything fits insanely tight. Had to take a lot of planning to make that happen. Keep at it man!!

Yes its very tight and it did take alot of planing and laying things out to get it just right.
Going to get a friend of mine to weld up the tubing so its nice and professional looking but other then that it's moving forward 🙂
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Engine bay is looking sick. I like it!!
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