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Old 05-24-14, 05:44 PM   #16
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Nevermind I found them, I have new pics but need to upload them from my phone.. But I got everything going back on, just having some issues intake now, trying to find out a easier way to get the bolts in
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Pics of the black and head, and partial assembly
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Old 05-25-14, 11:33 AM   #18
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Very nice! When do you plan on firing it up?
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Heading out this morning to try and finish it up, having a few issues with the intake manifold bolts. I am going to shoot for today I'll video the start up.
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Does anyone happen to know the size of the transmission cooler hoses? I forgot to bring one with me today to get a replacement and thats a 2 hour trip just for a hose lol..
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Well update.. after a few hiccups.. Today is D day.. Only thing left is to install the Alternator, drive belt, radiator, and air box.. Than change the oil, add Anti-freeze. So Crossing my fingers on this HG fix.

Side note.. Is it normal to have bolts left over? LOL J/K
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Ok well the update is, it's not a disaster.. but car is acting the same way as it did when I first got her.. will turn over but will not crank, it attempts to but that's as far as I get. Everything has been triple checked everything hooked up correctly. Last time it did this it had little to know anti freeze.. All of that has been resolved unless is it possible that there's a lot of air and tripping that fail safe? Second thing is I do have a fuel leak from the pressure regulator.. I could use some insight or some opinions on this matter..
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Is it getting spark? Is it timed properly?
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Timing should be spot on I marked the belt and slid it off and held it in place while doing all of this. And put the cam marks in the same postion. Spark I haven't checked yet I am going to remove the throttle body again and get to that fuel leak on the rail. I am extremely puzzled.
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Didn't get the video today, it was the last thing on my mind, in this heat.. But after almost stomping a hole in the floor board where the gas pedal is.. She started right up.. I have some odds and ends to tie up now, I have a vacuum leak somewhere near the intake side.. Power steering pump is whining really bad now, and when reved the VVTI cam whines bad as well...

Any idea's on the VVTI cam ?
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