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  • Willy
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    Nice to finally see this thing getting some love from you, John! It has certainly earned it….

     

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    John Jones
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    I haven’t touched that dually.. I need to order some parts… But I am trying to be patient… 😎  Gonna be about $1000 in all the shit I want to buy..

    I haven’t had much to say for a few days…. My pamper kicked me right in the balls the other day!…  I have a pushrod tube thats leaking… fuck me. I gotta pull that bitch out again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  and take a head off again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!    I tried to fix it over the weekend, and I made it worse… 😎   fuck… 😎  So I will pull my motor again this weekend and fix that shit!!!!!!!  I swear I hear some rattling in the bottom end now..  😎 please nooooooooooooooo 8-(  Im already thinking the money I have been saving for dually parts might should go to painters for a new long block…. 😎

    ColeB
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    Pulled motor and took it apart and fixed it and put it back together yesterday. Found a couple cracked push rod tubes.5FDB1169-EC2F-436E-8608-4892E22DC19CAB901769-98F6-405D-A67C-60DC12C3050Anow it’s going back in

    John Jones
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    yeah… had it out twice this weekend…. after I got the engine fixed, all in and test drove… … I noticed the input shaft was leaking… so pulled it again.. I think I got it all sealed up finally!  😎

    Now I’m thinking some scoops on the side… 😎  MORE FRESH AIR!! 😎  them hippies knew what they were doing!!!!! 😎

    John Jones
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    How about scoops… that hold a 1/2 a bag of ice on each side… see where I am going with this?? 😎

    If we could lower the air temps entering the engine bay…  by like 30 degree’s … 😎  a firestone cooler mounted as an intake to each set of vents…. 😎

    BBWB
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    How about scoops… that hold a 1/2 a bag of ice on each side… see where I am going with this?? 😎 If we could lower the air temps entering the engine bay… by like 30 degree’s … 😎 a firestone cooler mounted as an intake to each set of vents…. 😎

    I hope your joking. Scoops don’t work on split style air inlets. They jam up the airflow and cause to much turbulence, thus decreasing fresh air flow. Every test I’ve ever done myself with scoops and thermal couple wires attached to the heads, had higher temps than with out scoops. Big engines just make to much heat. Even VW had trouble with air volume, with the type4 engines when they pushed over 1700cc’s.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    Wayner
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    How about scoops… that hold a 1/2 a bag of ice on each side… see where I am going with this?? 😎 If we could lower the air temps entering the engine bay… by like 30 degree’s … 😎 a firestone cooler mounted as an intake to each set of vents…. 😎

    removing the front engine tin (between motor and fuel tank) helps to get more cooler air into the engine bay…. plus that external oil cooler and thermostat I’ve mentioned before  😎

    John Jones
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    How about scoops… that hold a 1/2 a bag of ice on each side… see where I am going with this?? 😎 If we could lower the air temps entering the engine bay… by like 30 degree’s … 😎 a firestone cooler mounted as an intake to each set of vents…. 😎

    removing the front engine tin (between motor and fuel tank) helps to get more cooler air into the engine bay…. plus that external oil cooler and thermostat I’ve mentioned before 😎

    don’t you have a tesla to paint or something????? 😎  😎

    Wayner
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    How about scoops… that hold a 1/2 a bag of ice on each side… see where I am going with this?? 😎 If we could lower the air temps entering the engine bay… by like 30 degree’s … 😎 a firestone cooler mounted as an intake to each set of vents…. 😎

    removing the front engine tin (between motor and fuel tank) helps to get more cooler air into the engine bay…. plus that external oil cooler and thermostat I’ve mentioned before 😎

    don’t you have a tesla to paint or something????? 😎 😎

    🤣 today is lame day, Kia Soul, then A bumper session with Aston Martin, BMW, and Accord, then the side of a Designo Matt CLS Benz.

    John Jones
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    Bus did awesome this weekend to Idaho and back… and I drove through some 97 degree shit a few times….    It almost vapor locked at a couple stop signs…. ..

    I think I need to pull my engine before this weekend.. My main seal looks to be starting to dribble a tiny bit.. 8-(   fuck me… 😎

    Andym
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    Been hot a balls here!!! Yanking the motor sucks.

    Do something

    John Jones
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    SAND DUNES!!!!!!    I am dying to get back to the sand dunes….  in a real sand scorcher!!!!  😎  I talked to a guy last night about St Anthonys dunes in Idaho.. Sounds totally awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     

    John Jones
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    I still want a sick sand car…   😎  I want to go check out the idaho dunes!!!!

    jkh
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    addd an inline fan…suck it… add a timer for cool down at stops…

     

    09GA03

    MikeK
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    My old friend, Rob Cress had a functional solution for temporary driving through exceptionally hot climates.  He’d drive his splits to California from Colorado pretty regularly, sometimes during the dead of Summer.

    He bought one of those pressurized, aluminum can water mister systems and used one emitter that was aimed into his cooling fan.  If it was really hot, he’d turn on the system and he told me it dropped his engine temperatures significantly.  I’m more inclined to build a motor with whatever compression/cooling it needs but once in a while you get a scorcher of a day.  Something like this could really come in handy and be a non-permanent install and you get to have a mister system at your camp site.

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