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Road Trip! Not bad gas mileage considering the terrain, carrier, massive load of crap and the elevated speed traveled. I would HIGHLY recommend anyone take a long road trip out west.


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CO at 10,603'

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Outside of Arches National Park, UT

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Somewhere in UT.

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Navajo Reservation in UT crossing the Colorado River.

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White Sands National Park, NM

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Alien hunting, Roswell, NM

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Freshly blacked out chrome and new headlights a day before a long road trip. No bugs were yet massacred.
Beautiful truck and pics! Look like Durango postcards.
 

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Paint repair (in progress) literally watching paint dry, emptied catch can oil, & permanently installed pedals.










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I reset all adaptives via HP Tuners today as was suggested by OST tuning since I have upgraded injectors. Let me tell you, why a difference! Car idles & shifts a million times better. Anyone highly modified should give this a try.

HP Tuners: Start VCMscanner, connect to the car, select special functions, select “reset all adaptives”, follow the prompts.


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Installed 6.4 intake using the Z Automotive SRV Controller. Really easy to install using it. You have to extend the in cab wiring about 5 feet though if using the passenger side firewall hole that's already there down in the ac/heater blower area under the hood. You'll also need a micro2 tap instead of the mini that came with it.
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Also redid the intake again. Had to make a new hole in my JLT clone after I installed the 6.4 intake. Built the whole thing my self using abs plastic and some heat shielding material on the out side. Built it around a 9 inch universal K&N filter, so she breathes as well as she can.

This weekend...
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Minus the tips till Monday. Cause they either fell out of the box or were never put it there.
 

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Finally got some tips for my new American Racing catback. These are not the tips that were supposed to come with it though. Still trying to get that BS all sorted out with Vividracing, who i bought the catback from.

These are cheap 4 inch ss tips from amazon $55 shipped. Actually pretty decent for the price. Used black VHT Engine Enamel to get the black look I wanted. Shes finally complete until the cam swap later this year.
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I installed my CAI. This thing sounds awesome!
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I also installed Gtechniq - G1 ClearVision Smart Glass. I forgot how much of a workout on getting the residue off is.

 

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Not Today, but a few days ago I got the Brembo’s on.



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Those look great man! Congrats! What did you end up doing with the rear brake lines.
 

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Installed 6.4 intake using the Z Automotive SRV Controller. Really easy to install using it. You have to extend the in cab wiring about 5 feet though if using the passenger side firewall hole that's already there down in the ac/heater blower area under the hood. You'll also need a micro2 tap instead of the mini that came with it.
Interesting… I do agree that you need a different add-a-fuse, but I had no issue with the length of the wiring. Maybe something changed since I bought it.
 

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Not Today, but a few days ago I got the Brembo’s on.



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Looks real good, now all you need is a 392 swap.😜
 

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Interesting… I do agree that you need a different add-a-fuse, but I had no issue with the length of the wiring. Maybe something changed since I bought it.
Where was your can-c plugin? Mine was all the way up in the dash on the left side of the steering column. Could barely access it from the left side popout panel of the dash.

5 feet was a little much, just added enough to make sure. But the plug without the extension was at the center of the dash. I just figured the newer ones lead more toward chargers or challengers.
 

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Where was your can-c plugin? Mine was all the way up in the dash on the left side of the steering column. Could barely access it from the left side popout panel of the dash.

5 feet was a little much, just added enough to make sure. But the plug without the extension was at the center of the dash. I just figured the newer ones lead more toward chargers or challengers.
I know about that one, but there’s also one on the passenger side on the trans hump close to the firewall. It was easier to get to that the driver side one.
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I know about that one, but there’s also one on the passenger side on the trans hump close to the firewall. It was easier to get to that the driver side one. View attachment 116183
Lol well shit. I didnt look for another one cause I saw the other one first. Didnt think there'd be two.

Oh well. Still works anyway.
 
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