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post #81 of 88 (permalink) Old 04-04-2017, 10:28 PM
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Notice any difference in throttle response? Still using stock intake?

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Notice any difference in throttle response? Still using stock intake?
Hard to tell since I had to switch tunes at the same time.

Yes stock intake and filter still
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Cleaned up my little fuse block and the relays I had just zip tied to the electric heater connector. Made a little plastic bracket to mount everything to the fender. It's nothing special but makes everything look tidier.

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Would you have the material to make another plastic bracket? It looks like exactly what I need to finish my light wiring.

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Would you have the material to make another plastic bracket? It looks like exactly what I need to finish my light wiring.
I would but it would prolly cost more to ship to you that it's worth, lol. Stop my Tap Plastics and get a 12x12 piece of scrap for like a $1 and some #16 cement and you can glue on up
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I think you're overestimating the availability of hobby type stores.. or stores in general.. here in the Big Wild.



I'll see if my friends can hook me up with some kydex sheets.
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Finally got around to finding an LED replacement bulb and installing my GM work light.
New bulb is supposedly 650 lumens

Made a bracket to mount it on so I could mount it on top of the battery, over the OEM hold down


That location kept wiring tidy and gave me about the reach I was hoping for:

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Finally got around to finding an LED replacement bulb and installing my GM work light.
New bulb is supposedly 650 lumens

Made a bracket to mount it on so I could mount it on top of the battery, over the OEM hold down


That location kept wiring tidy and gave me about the reach I was hoping for:

Very nice! My old '93 Suburban had one of those lights. Always liked it, other than it wasn't really bright. This looks great. What bulb did you use? And any pics in the dark?

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