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85yota

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Got the crossover tacked on, just gonna get another v-band so it's easier to remove when radiator and everything is in there. Mocked up the turbo as well. The final 3" bottom bend will have a piece of 2" tube connecting that to the Wastergate which will then exit back to the exhaust after the turbo. The intake tube side of the turbo will have a 90 then the MAF and intercooler at a slight angle with a 90 into the throttle body. I'll add the BOV to one of the end tanks of the intercooler as well.

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85yota

TT Motorsports
Nov 18, 2004
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Santa Maria, CA
www.tt-motorsports.com
No tire is a couple inches away from it at full bump/beam against the frame and full lock. Only benefit of wide ass front end. Also I bought some 40x12.50 so they will be a bit narrower than my 13.50 I have on there now for mockup. I'm gonna start tacking the shock mounts in place tomorrow to mock those up and will take a photo of the lack of space but how much clearance I have between everything.
 
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85yota

TT Motorsports
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Driver side mocked up and going to do the coilover mount a bit different than how it's mocked up to clear brake hydroboost when mounted. Also the distance between the shocks on driver side is 1" farther apart than pass side so upper mounts are correct angle but farther apart to keep them parallel and the same as passenger side mock up mounts.


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85yota

TT Motorsports
Nov 18, 2004
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Santa Maria, CA
www.tt-motorsports.com
well was going to start on the shock mounts and stuff today but helped a friend who siezed a rear wheel bearing on a 04 2500hd, which took 4 hours and a cutting torch to cut the hub/bearing apart to get it off. never experienced one stuck that bad before.
 

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