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I bet that is a speaker
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OK, last of the stuff showed up today, 2-12" fans, New PS resevoir, and the new wiring harness. $300.00 for a driveshaft, and thats the last thing needed to make it go........I think.

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ooooooooooo lets hear this thing ROAR!
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Cooling fans are in, fuel pump is wired, brakes are bled, Nitrous is plumbed. Plumbing for the radiator, and figuring out the Freakin FICM and PCM wiring. Were there folks.
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Awsome build man. I cant wait for the vids.
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oh man im so excited!!!!
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Almost there...
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The first pic is of the extra wires in the trash from the harness that goes from the PCM to the Fuse box. Those are the ones I don't need.


This is the under dash harness, getting rid of all of the excess. Going through it wire by wire. Its tedious as hell. Radio, ac blower, cruise, airbags, etc....

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LMAO, yeah.....DAMN!
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The first pic is of the extra wires in the trash from the harness that goes from the PCM to the Fuse box. Those are the ones I don't need.


This is the under dash harness, getting rid of all of the excess. Going through it wire by wire. Its tedious as hell. Radio, ac blower, cruise, airbags, etc....

haha...damn is right! lol. Reminds me of my 01/06 engine harnes....probably freakin' 75 solders on that thing!
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Well bled the brakes tonight, and finished removing most of the useless stuff from the wiring harness. Also checked the fuel lines and brake lines for leaks. There are none in either I am happy to report.
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bad ***. no leaks are GOOD... and that wiring mess looks a lot like what i needed to do when removing a lot of stuff on my car!!! Its definetly tedious thats for sure.
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OK, I'm gonna show off a little. Here is the tow vehicle. Its been a while since I paid any attention to the ole girl, and I have been thinking lately about a new truck. I washed it today, cleaned it inside and out, top to bottom, and decided, there is no F'n way I am gonna get rid of this truck. Runs like a scalded dog, 581 HP and 999 Tq on Dunbar's dyno, looks new, and has been paid off for 2 1/2 years. Felt like showin off.


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Is that 6.0 or 7.3? Either way very nice truck. What size rims and tires?
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Thanks, 6.0. 20" wheels 305 55 20's.
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Thanks, 6.0. 20" wheels 305 55 20's.
Nice whats done to the truck?
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ARP studs
Beans 65 MM turbo,
Cass 190cc injectors
Banks IC
SCT tuned by Innovative diesel
home made Fuel system,
Airdog, and Raptor fuel pump
Airaid intake
MBRP Duals with Grand rock QP muffler
NX nitrous
Every gauge made by Di Pricol
TS performance MPD
DR perf mini spring pack
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And a whole lot of other chit


I have an 05 Harley Grill that has been painted to match, and about to get an 05 bumper painted to match.
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Hey Tim.. not to sound like a completely creepy stalker........................... but i know where you live now
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Your scaring me Matt. LOL
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I went to someones house to play a few rounds of beer pong on the street right behind yours.. your truck is pretty unique ha

anyways, I'm leaving for a week to drive to Wyoming, i hope its running by the time i get back.
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Me too, but I am slacking off this weekend and heading to Crew for a buddy of mine's Diesel funnycar at the NHRA event in Ennis this weekend so I am not counting on it. LOL
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