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My overall goal with this is to rebuild the engine, and get it ready to accept the hydrogen fuel cell thing that I built, clean up all the grease and oil, powdercoat some stuff, redo the wiring, and tub the drivers side. I will also be doing some gasket matching, porting, and polishing.

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Replacing the timing chain and gears:






Something is wrong here lol:





Its nasty under here:





The reason for my engine being torn down. #2 is off a little, in turn its causing a misfire on all cylinders.










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On to the head:

This is how wide everything needs to be:





This before any mods:







The gasket:





Before pics:













Its going bye bye!:





During and after pics:

Valve cover (Powdercoated with metal flake):






First exhaust port:








Its closer than that now that its polished:






Cleaned the valves (before and after):






Finshed and needed to be tested then powdercoated (chrome):











This is how my truck looks currently:



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i say may as well take the fenderwells out while your in there. looks pretty good if you ask me.
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Did some powercoating and painting. I got the head back from the machine shop, I had hem glass bead it, then I painted it.












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I finished pulling the motor today. I went to unbolt the exhaust and found this:



Anyways. I started disassembly.














Im starting inital combat with some foaming degreaser.




Nasty pistons:



Good looking clutch! This has been in since Jan. :





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holy [email protected]#$ cuz i need to get over there...sorry i couldent make it today
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were did you get that clutch? what year is your truck
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Holy shit! I have not updated this i forever. Progress pics:




























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were did you get that clutch? what year is your truck

I had it build by a race shop here in Springfield. It costs 180.00 for just the disc and it holds up to 700HP My truck is a 98


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those rims/tires look huge, what size are they. Engine looks nice. Just a rebuilt with a little head work or more. Either way looks good
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nice work you did on the engine..

your blowerbox looks good!

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awesome detail on the engine man...GL with gettin the rest all back together
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those rims/tires look huge, what size are they. Engine looks nice. Just a rebuilt with a little head work or more. Either way looks good
Thanks! Their 20's (235/40/zr20). I completely rebuilt the engine and rewired the aftermarket stuff in the dash and did some head work. I powdercoated/ painted/ polished everything under the hood.

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nice work you did on the engine..

your blowerbox looks good!
Thanks! The blowerbox is almost done and it will be powdercoated black. I am using a Chrysler a/c system lol.

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awesome detail on the engine man...GL with gettin the rest all back together
It should be less than 2 weeks!





I did a little more today. Every power wire has been stepped up to a minimum of 4 ga. All main grounds are 4 ga. The engine to frame is 1/0, the main batteries are 1/0ga, and the alternator charge wires are 1/0 ga. I did some more work to the speaker box and its gonna be sick!


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Computer and fuse box are wired up.



Audi A6 Projectors for my HID fog lights



3 Fans to keep the amp cool



Test fit the box





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Looks good.
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Update!








Fuse box is wired and mounted. I hope to start it in a day or 2. Fenders are on for good. No more removing them lol.


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Woo!!! I started this bitch yesterday! Now I can put the front end together. I have to tighten up some stuff and then it will be on to the interior!


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bad ass truck, i hope my engine looks that clean. did u powdercoat or paint the intake manifold?
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No, the intake manifold is spray painted with high temp engine paint.


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looks awesome man!


did you ever get around to tubbing the firewall??

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looks awesome man!


did you ever get around to tubbing the firewall??
Yup! Got it all done! Thanks for your help!


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Update. Water in oil, burns water, cant figure it out, head is off again, sending head to machine shop.


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Clean truck! Love the motor






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The valve cover is back on. I had to pull the head to put in new headbolts.


The whole frame is now black and the bars are all in. When it warms up a lil more, I will get back out there.

Here are the bars the silver is the base for the blue powdercoat.



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Plans are to move the valves where the jump seat used to be and run lines so it will dump outside the cab. Then put my 2 batteries where the gas tank used to be. Then get the rest of the motor back together.

I had my wisdom teeth pulled a lil while back, so that impeded progress a lil bit.


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hell ya! looks good

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nice progress you made,

did you found out what caused the waterburning/leaking???

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nice progress you made,

did you found out what caused the waterburning/leaking???
I havent started it back up yet but I think it was a combo of stuff. I had 16ga sheet metal for a block off plate for the egr valve and that is now 1/4in. Then I think reusing the headbolts caused it. I have new headbolts now.


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careful with the fuse box there thats where i put mine and the semi infront of me lost a re tread and it tore it apart and i had a nice engine fire

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Its been 6 months since the update. I got the seats re-upholstered, flood dynamated, new black carpet, OH! and it runs! My problem was that the 3 &4 injectors were backed out cause the rail wasnt bolted in.















I am going back home in a week, more progress to come soon.


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i love those seats
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nice work man, love the motor

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Thank you. I have been tossing around the idea or turboing it while I have the cash.


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I am going to buy a set of Alpine type-x components in the next 3 days. That should sound nice.


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Progress!

Carpet is in, also look at the shifter!






I plan on cleaning up the overspray and chroming the vents. Everything else is just a lil dusty.


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More pics!









Oh, that shifter is one of these:






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Ordered a new pillar pod, 8mm sparkplug wires, and some drilled and slotted rotors. Should be here in a week.


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nice progress, those seat look comfy..

that shifter you've made is actually kinda cool!! i like it!

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nice progress, those seat look comfy..

that shifter you've made is actually kinda cool!! i like it!
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Mo shit. Got the drilled and slotted rotors in.






Started wiring up the alarm and poppers.


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Looking great
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dunno if i missed it. but what is up with ur dash grab bar on pass side?




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Its made from steel. It needs to be powdercoated. I wrapped some foam around it for now.


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I blew my radiator today....


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Great build thread man. Love the original tear down and the build back up is so clean. Do you still want to turbo it?
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Thanks man. I just want to get it running right first. If it runs like shit then I will swap a V-8 and call it done.


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This truck hates me. I sheered off one of my link bar ends trying to adjust it. I also had a bad power steering pump leak. Thats fixed tho.


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This truck hates me. I sheered off one of my link bar ends trying to adjust it. I also had a bad power steering pump leak. Thats fixed tho.

Hey...at least the wipers work...

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LMAO, actually.... the wiring is a little messed up lol


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