ECOTEC 2.0 LTG SWAP

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That is going to work just fine for some serious off roading.
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NINJA WELDER
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Most metal work done. Adding wire next
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22 degrees outside and 50 in the shed with the heater going. Not too bad
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Looks great guys. It got up to 16 degrees here today with the last week pretty much below zero. Just like t-shirt weather now.
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We start dreaming of summer if you give us more than 2 days in a row that’s below freezing.
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UPDATE ON THE GM SENSOR WITH THE AUTOMETER GAUGE. Under real operating conditions the GM sensor / Autometer gauge combo read
about 40 degrees hotter than actual. I soldered in a 47 ohm resistor into the sensor circuit and now from 195 to 210 it reads spot on. Going ride tomorrow to see if I can blow another head gasket!
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I did not know how much I liked the Florida Governor. I saw a few news clips of him handling some news reporters. It was entertaining. Hope he is actually going a good job for you guys......regardless I like what he says.
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Good ride last weekend. No cooling issues.
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Playing with some turf layouts.
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It’s not Wednesday or Friday but a cool pic none the less. We shot these two very late in the day there probably wasn’t 5 feet between them. It was a bit sporty🙂

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Picked up my head from the machine shop today. ARP studs on back order.
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Ran dry ground for 5 hours straight......pine trees dry. No water.

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Clover was the stickiest. Took about 4000 rpm to push thru that stuff
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Most of the time was about 3300 rpm
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