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    Thread: 1972 C10 Build

    1. #61
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      Wiggins clamps installed on the compressor housings

      Mount for the intercooler welded on

      Exhaust flanges with v bands welded on

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      Holy crap You have my attention !

      What an awesome truck
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      Quote Originally Posted by syborg tt View Post
      Holy crap You have my attention !

      What an awesome truck
      Thank you! I will update with more pictures as more gets done

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      1972 C10 Build

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      Update

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      Hot side mocked up

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      Nice looking so far, but I can't see how the compressed air piping will go. Looking forward to seeing this finished.

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      In the for the updates! This is a cool setup.
      Dude are you made of leprechauns? Cause that was awesome!

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      Stopped by and got a few more pics. Upgrading the fuel system as well.

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      There's that answer! Looking good!
      Dude are you made of leprechauns? Cause that was awesome!

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      Quote Originally Posted by AU Doc View Post
      There's that answer! Looking good!
      Thanks man

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      Air to water plumbed except for ice tank, wired everything with weather pack connectors, gates installed, everything is welded. Getting there

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      Nice looking, was wondering how you'd get that pressurized pipe to the front.

      I would screen that radiator right behind the tire with something fairly rigid, like welded mesh. Anything you hit (and stuff can't always be avoided) will be slung into it hard, and some of the stuff you might hit can break that.

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      1972 C10 Build

      Quote Originally Posted by Vimes View Post
      Nice looking, was wondering how you'd get that pressurized pipe to the front.

      I would screen that radiator right behind the tire with something fairly rigid, like welded mesh. Anything you hit (and stuff can't always be avoided) will be slung into it hard, and some of the stuff you might hit can break that.
      Thanks for the tip, will try to get it solved if it becomes an issue.

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      1972 C10 Build

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      Dual Holley 450ís installed with the aeromotive regulator, 850cc Bosch injectors, Holley rails, I believe -10 feed with -8 return. We did all PhenIx crimp fittings as well. Just waiting on the flex fuel sensor and the fuel system will be done.

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      Intake tube almost done

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      Cool project!
      just wondering what your plans for oil and return for the turbos ?
      I'm doing a single turbo in the smugglers box on a 1970 Elcamino,
      I would like to mount it low but was considering mounting it higher for oil return lines to motor.
      Thanks for sharing.

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      Quote Originally Posted by David Sloan View Post
      Cool project!
      just wondering what your plans for oil and return for the turbos ?
      I'm doing a single turbo in the smugglers box on a 1970 Elcamino,
      I would like to mount it low but was considering mounting it higher for oil return lines to motor.
      Thanks for sharing.

      We are running the oil feed off the little block above the oil filter and the return will T off into a scavenge pump and will return to the valve cover. Thanks man



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      Looks great I canít wait to see more pictures
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