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Nice job mike! You can use a dab of 5 min epoxy on the connectors. Then just break it off with a screwdriver if you need to remove. Sounds good!
 

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Oh, I'd install a catch can on the car to reduce crankcase vapors. Good luck.
 

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Nice job mike! You can use a dab of 5 min epoxy on the connectors. Then just break it off with a screwdriver if you need to remove. Sounds good!
Thanks Brother, I will try that.
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Oh, I'd install a catch can on the car to reduce crankcase vapors. Good luck.
I thought of that the moment I filmed it. Good idea.
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Here it is with all the dress-up back on.

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NIce work!!! was the expense and labor worth the results?
 

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NIce work!!! was the expense and labor worth the results?
Likely not , but we all know that, I am sure.
The only Dyno in our town charges $500.00.
 
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wow, that's high.
 

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A stopwatch is a good "dyno." Do you have a baseline 0-60 time?
 

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A stopwatch is a good "dyno." Do you have a baseline 0-60 time?
I do not. HP really is not important to me but like all the Ford parts on it.
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As long as you like the readings on the "fun dyno," that's all that matters!
 
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