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  1. yeah thats not much of a snails pace. unless its this snail:
  2. Could it be the antenna coming from the valve cover that is giving it that odd look? Man this this is moving along fast. I say shovel and possible roof tent! I mean this is basically an expedition machine now with a lift and diesel power.
  3. I see a very bright future. Way to hammer on!
  4. That was almost more hardest to read that of my post above yurs.
  5. Got the line back in last night and re-bled the brakes. I didn't drive it though because I was too lazy to unload the 3 sets of wheels on the roof. I will say that the hydro line that I had made turned out so awesome that I was so excited to install it that I forgot to take pictures. Im sure no one will be interested in what a $113 high pressure power steering line looks like anyways. On a side note, that is also probably the most I have spent on 1 single part on this car. Pics I do have: The orange tape was for the length mock-up, a different type of hose was actually used. The metal portion under the tape (as seen in the first picture) was compressed with a special press to hold the line into the fittings on both ends and complete the process.
  6. At that, if you said the harness tested alright, and you check the injectors, I would say the ECU. I ran into a similar scenario and it was bad capacitors inside the ecu. Old aged potting material seeping or cracking out would cause super random injector feed issues. Sometimes only under load.
  7. YUP!!! 2007-2013 Cadillac Escalade (L9H for MY 2009, L94 for MY 2010-2013) 2008-2009 Chevrolet Tahoe 2007-2013 GMC Yukon Denali/Denali XL 2007-2013 GMC Sierra Denali 2008-2009 Hummer H2 2009-2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (as RPO code L9H) 2009-2013 GMC Sierra 1500 (as RPO code L9H) But they also use the heads which are marked L92 on a few other motors. They are one of the better flowing heads I guess.(do your own research here)
  8. Like on an MB V12 for less? https://rockford.craigslist.org/pts/d/part-out-1993-mercedes-600sel/6410624161.html Or something for half the cost but able to make 3x the power? https://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/pts/d/l92-62-ls-short-block-package/6405319752.html
  9. HA! thanks man!
  10. Thats awesome! Im excited to see videos of it running and driving!
  11. Thirdssies this motion.
  12. Well... if you search on BAT, there are a few that DID sell for close to that, above and below. Jesus. Would be sweet to just make that E31 a track car. Why part it out, they are so cool. - Viper V10's are overpriced truck motors IMO. "prototyped as a Magnum 5.9 with two extra cylinders" I will say that they are cool cars and I do enjoy them, just the cost of what they are doesn't tickle my fancy. With that being said, did you know the largest Viper parts distributor is in Wisconsin in the middle of nowhere? I have a great story about how I found that out, its just too much to type "WE SPECIALIZE IN DODGE VIPER PARTS WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF DISMANTLED DODGEVIPERS IN THE COUNTRY." -http://www.donscharfautomotive.net/