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    Thread: 1972 C10 Build

    1. #81
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      Quote Originally Posted by Cshenker1121 View Post
      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
      Thank you sir!
      I had thought about running a scavenge pump, I'm a little ways from worrying about it yet but may do that as well to keep the turbo lower.

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      Coated the charge pipes
      Oil lines ran and scavenge pump done
      Wastegate plumbing done
      Heat barrier on the floor

    3. #83
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      1972 C10 Build

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      Truck is finally finished and waiting to go to get dyno tuned. Couldnít be happier.

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      Bravo, sir! The truck is coming together nicely. Cant wait to see some action shots.

    5. #85
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      Quote Originally Posted by Munssey View Post
      Bravo, sir! The truck is coming together nicely. Cant wait to see some action shots.
      Thank you!

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      I was wiring the flex fuel sensor and got another pic of the engine. Iím very happy with how it turned out. Itís in the trailer ready for the dyno. Just waiting to drop it off. Thanks everyone for the comments I appreciate it

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      1972 C10 Build

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      Finally got it back from the dyno, not too bad

      640whp

    8. #88
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      Awesome job!! Thats a pretty good bump..what does the seat of the pants dyno say?

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      Quote Originally Posted by kmc3420 View Post
      Awesome job!! Thats a pretty good bump..what does the seat of the pants dyno say?
      Scary as hell itís like a completely different truck, it drives like it use to till you hit 3000-3500.

      I like getting on the freeway in 3rd and 4th and just rolling into it. Thatís my favorite. It just pulls so hard!


      Totally happy with it. We had the make some changes to the scavenge system. I will update with pics when I do that. Gathering parts. Thanks everyone!!!!

    10. #90
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      Wow this truck just keeps getting better and better. There isnít anything about this truck I would change.
      marty-mj
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    11. #91
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      What are you using as pass-throughs on the truck bed above?

    12. #92
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      Wanted to say you have a great looking Truck! Nice Build! What modifications if any did you have to do to the floor pan around the Tunnel area or rear of the Tunnel to fit the transmission? Please let me know. Pulling parts together for a 68 C10 I'm working on.

    13. #93
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      Quote Originally Posted by syborg tt View Post
      Wow this truck just keeps getting better and better. There isnít anything about this truck I would change.
      Thank you very much! Lots of work, Iím glad you like it

    14. #94
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      Quote Originally Posted by JustJohn View Post
      What are you using as pass-throughs on the truck bed above?
      The pass through for the -12 water lines are just some plastic nutted grommets. So they stay in place. Thank you!



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      1972 C10 Build

      Quote Originally Posted by C Presley View Post
      Wanted to say you have a great looking Truck! Nice Build! What modifications if any did you have to do to the floor pan around the Tunnel area or rear of the Tunnel to fit the transmission? Please let me know. Pulling parts together for a 68 C10 I'm working on.
      Thank you! I appreciate it.

      We just installed a high hump in the floor with no other modifications other than a little massaging to one of the ends. It was a GM reproduction piece for 4wd trucks I believe. You should already have the line stamped in the floor to cut. We installed some nut-certs and thatís whatís holding it in. Iím however going to be putting some silicon down to completely seal it.

      Hereís the link to the exact one I got
      https://www.brotherstrucks.com/1967-...tinfo/HHC6772/

      Good luck on your build!

    16. #96
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      Dude, again Nice Build! Thanks for the link.

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      Quote Originally Posted by C Presley View Post
      Dude, again Nice Build! Thanks for the link.
      Thank you very much and your welcome!

    18. #98
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      Quote Originally Posted by Cshenker1121 View Post
      Scary as hell itís like a completely different truck, it drives like it use to till you hit 3000-3500.

      I like getting on the freeway in 3rd and 4th and just rolling into it. Thatís my favorite. It just pulls so hard!


      Totally happy with it. We had the make some changes to the scavenge system. I will update with pics when I do that. Gathering parts. Thanks everyone!!!!
      haha!! Awesome and glad you are getting to enjoy this thing. Be safe!

    19. #99
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      Quote Originally Posted by kmc3420 View Post
      haha!! Awesome and glad you are getting to enjoy this thing. Be safe!
      Thank you sir!

    20. #100
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      Amazing build. Nice job! Would love to see it in action.

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