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    Sawzall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitroram33 View Post
    Sawzall?
    Nah everybody just yanks AC. That's taking the easy way out lmao

    Texas heat + at least occasional driver I know I would want to keep it

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    My A/C is loooong gone

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    Custom AC lines. Would the cruise cable work if the servo was mounted on the drivers side of the engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyinRyan View Post
    Intercooler is in, Procharger is in, Zeal shroud and fan is in (was good for 12 whp) , running into issues with clearing the AC lines, cruise cable, and dipstick.
    My truck is an 03, and I ran into those same issues. The dipstick, I just bent the tube to fit, but it is still difficult getting the dipstick back in the tube, but just takes patience. I just grabbed the AC lines and bent them out of the way to clear by a little. When I still had the cruise control, I moved it to one of the bolts that holds the radiator support, bent the bracket slightly, and zip tied the cable to the AC lines I bent out of the way. However, since you are front mounting your intercooler, this probably will not fix your issues.

    Are you trying to use the 00-03 condenser, or are you using the 98-99 condenser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2dakotas View Post
    My truck is an 03, and I ran into those same issues. The dipstick, I just bent the tube to fit, but it is still difficult getting the dipstick back in the tube, but just takes patience. I just grabbed the AC lines and bent them out of the way to clear by a little. When I still had the cruise control, I moved it to one of the bolts that holds the radiator support, bent the bracket slightly, and zip tied the cable to the AC lines I bent out of the way. However, since you are front mounting your intercooler, this probably will not fix your issues.

    Are you trying to use the 00-03 condenser, or are you using the 98-99 condenser?
    I'm using the 00-03 condenser.

    Truck is almost finished. I hope to be on Dyno with it this week.
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    Excuse the newb question but I am assuming you decided to put a procharger on it instead of rebuilding the motor with better heads/cam/increase compression/stroke the motor is because the procharger will provide more power and have less cost than trying to build the motor?

    Also if I am reading correctly everything you are doing the inside of the motor is not being touched?

    Looking forward to dyno results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redbank View Post
    Excuse the newb question but I am assuming you decided to put a procharger on it instead of rebuilding the motor with better heads/cam/increase compression/stroke the motor is because the procharger will provide more power and have less cost than trying to build the motor?

    Also if I am reading correctly everything you are doing the inside of the motor is not being touched?

    Looking forward to dyno results.
    Yes.
    This is a stock sealed 360.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyinRyan View Post
    Yes.
    This is a STALK SEALT 360.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyinRyan View Post
    I'm using the 00-03 condenser.

    Truck is almost finished. I hope to be on Dyno with it this week.
    I'd love to see your finished product, as I am going to be doing a front mount one day.

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    It's ready......
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    You tease.
    We need details.

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