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Old 04-30-2018, 01:36 PM   #276
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Old 04-30-2018, 06:20 PM   #277
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Thanks man, appreciate it!

Looks like I have a car again.



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I played in traffic today.

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Old 05-14-2018, 05:11 AM   #279
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Getting serious about getting my hood back on. LS6 intake in the house. Have used Goatbuilt (I never heard of them either) brackets on ebay heading to the house as well.



Started out mother's day with a near death experience. MIL wanted to try driving it, everything flashed before my eyes. The smile says it all though.



Took a bunch of people on joy rides, enjoyed beating on it a little bit, then went on a 70 mile round trip with 2 more joy rides in between. After grabbing 4th on the 2nd ride I started hearing a very scary sound coming from the hole in the firewall. I thought I windowed the block. It was the insurance papers blowing around in the glovebox..

It was hot as hell out but car did what it was supposed to do. Had a good day. Daughter got a shot while following me on the highway, 70 mph the whole way, right around 1900 rpms, it was nice.



Got home, started fiddling around and ended up installing the $40 steering wheel from autozone. No surprise afterwards, both horns are inoperable.



Started cooling off outside, I got ancy and decided to go back out. Drove to downtown Greensboro, got some thumbs up, some pics/videos taken, think I actually scared a couple too.



Got home and adjusted the headlights. Came around after turning on the highbeams and had to take a pic. Yes, I was humming bad to the bone while doing all this..

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Getting serious about getting my hood back on. LS6 intake in the house. Have used Goatbuilt (I never heard of them either) brackets on ebay heading to the house as well.
They are pretty well known in the off road world, they good guys and make some nice parts. Build is looking good!
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They are pretty well known in the off road world, they good guys and make some nice parts. Build is looking good!
Thank you for the info! I don't get out that much, had never heard of them, thanks for the props!

PSA, don't purchase the $40 steering wheel. Hard chrome horn buttons flying at your face while you're doing 55 mph is quite sketchy. That whole thank god for unanswered prayers, only way it could be worse if the horns actually did work..

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Thank you for the info! I don't get out that much, had never heard of them, thanks for the props!
If you are bored and want to see what somebody built out of their subframe kit take a look here - https://www.nc4x4.com/forum/threads/...-build.170413/

Might not understand some of the parts not being in the offroad world, but the fab work he built on top of the goat stuff is amazing.
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Old 05-16-2018, 05:42 AM   #283
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If you are bored and want to see what somebody built out of their subframe kit take a look here - https://www.nc4x4.com/forum/threads/...-build.170413/

Might not understand some of the parts not being in the offroad world, but the fab work he built on top of the goat stuff is amazing.
I started into it, but will need some time to go through the 54 pages. Thanks for the heads up. My daughter's boyfriend and his group all have cherokees and go rock crawling. Always joke them about the rolling junkyards.
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Old 05-16-2018, 08:03 AM   #284
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looks great man, glad to see it on the road
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Old 05-17-2018, 10:56 AM   #285
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Finally got a copy of one of the Mother's Day rides, crank it up!!

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Nice! That thing is going to be lots of fun.
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Thanks Darren! If the stars align I might actually be the laughing stock of gbo cars n coffee next weekend. Hopefully I can get a couple more things bolted on by then.
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Gona get that ride here soon i hope!! The car is looking and sounding good, Jeff!
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Gona get that ride here soon i hope!! The car is looking and sounding good, Jeff!
Yessir, was planning on getting heater box, front bumper, hood, and possibly wipers installed before I trek that far out. Still have your number, will text you soon I hope.
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Came home yesterday to a sad looking box propped up against the garage.



I blew it open because I knew what it was and had waited 2 weeks to get it. Goatbuilt alt and ps pump brackets so I can hopefully shut my hood and run the LS6 intake with no issues.



Within 10 minutes of unboxing, still in work clothes.



20 mins later had it mocked up, that work truck ps pump is still a little crusty.



Here's the reason the pump sits high/funky, all the pipes coming out the backside need to clear the head. I could get an f-body/vette pump that would suck it in, but that would mean new crank pulley, alt, etc... Being cheap is the reason I've gotten this far.



Just hoping this setup has a better chance at clearing the hood. Might end up having to run the ps pump back in factory spot, just do some creative trimming on the factory bracket..

Have to do a junkyard run to get a little more large split loom to finish up the wiring tuck under the dash, then can install freshly painted heater box, then fenderwell, and finally front bumper.

It's been a year but I found all the screws!!


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Old 05-30-2018, 05:36 AM   #291
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The Nut Cooler 3000 option has been removed from the car. This is a wrestling match I wish on no one. Finally had to ask my daughter to come out and help hold the heater box, unfortunately her flip flops scratched up the fresh spray bomb I'd applied.





Just have to tuck the wideband, cutout, and extra wires so the dash will be clean underneath.



I thought it was just my upper t-connection leaking in the cooling system. Wrong.



Got everything mocked up this weekend, looked to be ok. PS pump still seems a little high, will know for sure when hood is bolted back on.



Previous owner had left the intake open to trash, completely scrubbed inside and out.



Knew I needed quick disconnects to install the fuel pressure equipped filter. Napa didn't have the ones I needed, so while I was at the yard I picked some tahoes. These will do just fine for $6.31. Also found a full size truck gauge cluster, only one left in the whole yard, came out of an 02 avalanche. Will try wiring it up soon.



Picked up an LS3 water pump, has the pulley spaced out that lines up with the truck accessories. Also going to clean up my upper rad hose routing greatly. Started final bolting everything down. Ready to get all the parts off the floor!

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sounds and looks great, love the instrument cluster
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Thanks man, it was the cheapest and easiest solution I could find at the time. I will be classying it up after a while, just have to get all the little peripherals taken care of.

Engine bay is starting to look crowded with everything installed.

Alternator bracket wasn't going to work w/ the new water pump. Looked on Goatbuilt website, they offer a bracket for the LS3, has a different part number than what I bought. Sent an email and was given a reply with a slight hint on how to modify the bracket to make it work. Luckily my bracket already had holes drilled to use the belt tensioner holes on the pump. Had to shorten 2 of the spacers down and source bolts, used old 4L60E bellhousing bolts, they clear the belt perfectly. New pump really cleaned up upper radiator hose routing and got it away from the intake.



Installed Wix 33100 fuel filter (built in pressure regulator/return), cut back return line, fuel system is done. It's different than the "vette filter" everyone uses. Instead of a female quick coupling on the out fitting, it's all male quick disconnects. Easier to source fittings. Down side (of course found out later), this filter is for a 2.2L S10 flex fuel. The IN port is 5/16, return is 3/8. Supposedly it will hold over 450 rwhp, going to be datalogging and run fuel pressure gauge on first couple outings.

I have to tighten up passenger wheel well, check hood clearance, and install front bumper. Have black silicone coupling on order, stupidly got the one w/ the hump in it as it was a little longer than a straight cut, $10 says it rubs the water pump..

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You look about ready to start driving it full time!

Sounds great in the video. I am jealous!

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You look about ready to start driving it full time!

Sounds great in the video. I am jealous!
Preciate it man, can't wait to see how it feels with everything bolted in place. I'm still digging your 56, anxious to see how it turns out.
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Set the hood on, ps pump cap is hitting brace. Hoping trimming the brace will let everything work. If not I have to figure out a different pump/reservoir setup to use or bolt the ls factory bracket back on and cobble together a belt routing path.

Loosely mounted the bumper, will have to get back in to loosen the wheel wells to line the fenders up once the hood is on. This OTJ training is a bitch. Although with everything bolted back together, even without driving, you can feel how much more rigid the front end is. Can't wait to take it back out, but then it'll be back in to cut the front springs and get the ride height correct.

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Clearanced the hood brace for the ps pump cap.



Got to get used to this view again



Can't figure out how to get the hood gaps set. Have just about every fender bolt loose and can't get any more distance. Almost resorted to 4x4 and bottle jack..



Already chipped the fender.

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Hit it with my purse, put just enough pressure on it to get the bolt's washers lined up w/ the witness marks of where it sat before. It worked!!







Took it for a drive, it's a lot quieter now until you really get on it, fumes are a little stronger too. Car is a lot more solid going around curves and doesn't squirm out from underneath when you hit an uneven patch. Need to go through the tune again though. Watched the afr gauge getting into it, it was mid 13s, have to hook up the fuel pressure gauge and see if it's doing what it's suppose to.

Taking it down the road I realized even though I hacked the gauge cluster, it's much more pleasant to drive.

Little before and after







lol and it didn't change much.. alt still in the same place, ps pump still at a funky angle, hoses going everywhere. dammit.
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Yea she is.



quick walk around, still haven't washed it. Washed wife's 2011 Ford Edge on the front lawn if anyone is looking for one.



After getting everything back together I fired it up and let it get up to temp idling. Unfortunately the brand new dry heater core, that's above the engine, created some type of void so that the water pump wasn't circulating coolant. Engine ran scary hot. I let it cool down, fired it back up and opened up the return heater core line, burped the system and it's been good since then. The thermostat in the LS3 pump is higher than I want, assuming it's 198 degree stat. Will be replacing it soon with older 180 stat. Car runs good, pulls straight to redline like nothing I've ever owned before. Still trying to work on the tune, the intake has less volume, smaller injectors, and returnless fuel system has thrown a kink in the works.
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That cluster along with the rest of the car looks great!
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