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    Can’t wait to see what else you come up with, always great work !

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    Why the tall PCV Valve? I would ass-u-me, so that braided hose doesn't rub on things?
    That is the HiPoTek PCV Valve Baffled Canister: http://stores.hi-potek.com/hipotek-p...fled-canister/

    I designed it to passively return oil vapor back into the engine without using an oil catch-can that requires periodic draining for it to function properly.
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    Nice... I like how you are always fabbing things up.
    Can’t wait to see what else you come up with, always great work !
    I have to admit that I love this stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98Dak408 View Post
    That is the HiPoTek PCV Valve Baffled Canister: http://stores.hi-potek.com/hipotek-p...fled-canister/

    I designed it to passively return oil vapor back into the engine without using an oil catch-can that requires periodic draining for it to function properly.
    That's a great idea.
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    Replaced the secondary fuel pump and some bad injectors. New plugs and rotor, cleaned the wires up and checked for cracks. Bled the fuel system at the rails and she fired right up. I had to adjust the fuel pressure regulator but i cant remember where its supposed to be set at??? Settled with the 42 psi and just took a quick ride down the block with no boostIts been at least 4 years simce i drove this sob. Slow road ahead working on everything till shes 100 for the road again

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    Quote Originally Posted by jj malone View Post
    Replaced the secondary fuel pump and some bad injectors. New plugs and rotor, cleaned the wires up and checked for cracks. Bled the fuel system at the rails and she fired right up. I had to adjust the fuel pressure regulator but i cant remember where its supposed to be set at??? Settled with the 42 psi and just took a quick ride down the block with no boostIts been at least 4 years simce i drove this sob. Slow road ahead working on everything till shes 100 for the road again
    Good for you! Sometimes a guy just needs a break from the project or projects! I personally don't like having mine apart/broken for any length of time. I want it ready to drive come springtime.
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    For me i had 2 brand new vehicles in the drive and kids keeping me busy. Then a new neighbor nextdoor moved in and bought a 98 chevy 1500, shaved and lowered for their high school kid and they wouldnt sell it to me. So i figured i better to work on this thing.

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    Today I thoroughly cleaned my exhaust and wheels.

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    Pushed the back glass out my r/t lololol

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    Made the handles and stand for the Pexto finger brake. I made the stand wider and heavier than the original stand that could be purchased for the brake. I placed the wheels on outriggers to widen the stance a bit more. The original stand was lighter weight, tall, and narrow, and there was a danger of them tipping over if not bolted to the floor. I’ll make the back-gauge and maybe some counter weights later in the year.



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    Nice work!
    A good sized brake to have in the shop.

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    Nice work!
    A good sized brake to have in the shop.
    Yeah, I thought so too. I think this will be a versatile tool at that size.

    I'm glad I put it on casters with ball bearings. It rolls pretty easy at over 1000# I need to upgrade the wheels on my cherry picker now. You pick up a big block with automatic trans and you can barely maneuver it around. lol
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