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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-14-2007, 03:12 AM Thread Starter
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I did my write up..

I think I explained my self pretty good.. what do you all think..?

https://www.thedieselgarage.com/forum...021#post438021
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Yes I know I need VC gaskets.. there here... and I got a new intake manifold gasket comming..

IDIOT dropped a 10mm nut inside of the grid heater.. go figure I have the one peice manifold not the 2 peice!

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Make sure you start out with a fat dip of grizzley wintergreen befour you start :Thumbup:
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Make sure you start out with a fat dip of grizzley wintergreen befour you start :Thumbup:
YES SIRRRRR the good stuff!:Thumbup:

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I need to try and slow down.
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there we go! none of that skoal!! :iagree

2006 Chevy Duramax LBZ 4x4 2500 Regular Cab. 5inch exhaust,everything else is Bone Stock for now............................... SOLD......2001 Dodge 2500 4x4 Regular Cab Cummins. Ats intake horn,Ats Exhaust Manifold, AFE stage II intake, Edge Comp, Superchip,FASS 95,Luk clutch(450),boost elbow,5in turbo back stait piped. silincer ring lost, 2in levelingkit 305/70/16 on 16-10.
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Grizzley all the way
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Good deal sirrr! Pictures are always nice, but something like this isnt super necessary. I still remember when you were the new guy on this site, now you have an article!:Thumbup:

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Good deal sirrr! Pictures are always nice, but something like this isnt super necessary. I still remember when you were the new guy on this site, now you have an article!:Thumbup:

I owe you ALOT... you walked me through my 1st injector swap and my Fp.. and I think DV's..! :Thumbup: :bow: Thanks Dale..!! :thanks:


HAHAHAH I found the nut just chillin in my intake shelf IDIOT!!!..
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Jordan ..... Do you still have the intake off? It looks VERY wet in the plenum, did you sprat WD40 or something? You are not sucking oil into the intake arre you?

You get that motor tore down we need to get about 5 gallon of brake cleaner and get all the oil and grease off that motor and make it all PURDY again ...:
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Jordan ..... Do you still have the intake off? It looks VERY wet in the plenum, did you sprat WD40 or something? You are not sucking oil into the intake arre you?

You get that motor tore down we need to get about 5 gallon of brake cleaner and get all the oil and grease off that motor and make it all PURDY again ...:

Yeah its still off.. :shrug:

Im not sucking oil.. my intake horn is dry, turbo is spot less, IC tubes are stpotless.. When I pulled it it wasnt wet at all.. :shrug: And actually its not even that color~ .. my camara is messed up.. Its a black grey color and then when I snapped the pic it magicaly turned a bownish color?! :roflmao:


No we need to pull the motor and soak it in a pool or brake clearner : dont worry its gonig to be all purdy when it goes back together..:Thumbup:

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