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Old 12-15-2011, 11:09 PM   #1
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Project Cleaning the Clutter in Our Engine Bay

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Hey guys, I have spent the last 4 days doing research on what we can do to clean up our engine compartments so that they don't look so much like a plumbers convention.

I thought I'd start this thread as a log of all the things I'm going to be doing to get there. I will also be doing DIY's of each step and links to those threads here.

I'd also like to invite anybody that's tackling a similar goal to post what they are doing or have done. I think this will be helpful for all our members as it takes a tremendous amount of time just to research.

I look forward to everybody's input and contribution. This is my small way of paying it forward. I had a lot of great folks here who have been very generous with their time helping me. Hopefully others can benefit as well.

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Powder coated intake: 479 510



New front drive: 767




Recreating upper radiator hose:
445



Removing all the casting (both inside and out), deburing and media blasting the block:
1245 1220 1177





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Tucking and Reworking Wire harness:


Reworking wiring harness:
77 78 79 210 220 491

Rerouting coil harness: 71 72



Rerouting injector harness:72 80 94



Recreating injector connectors: 324





Relocating EVAC solenoid: 57

Relocating Negative battery cable: 94

Relocating EVAC hose: 210

Relocating Positive battery terminal: 245





Relocating Coils:
64



Relocating PCM: 491



Remounting fuse box: 555 582



Polishing Water Vapor tube: 118

Polishing the front of cylinder head and welding bolt holes: 154



Polishing Power Steering Pump:






Polishing Oil Cooler:






Polishing T-Bolt clamps and Thermostat housing: 232



Before......


After.........




Polishing power steering bracket:
282 285 292

Before........



After.........




Refinishing the generator/alternator: 428

Before........



After sanding........



Done .........



Refinishing front drive:
water pump, alternator brackets: 390 430 483

Before.......



After.......



Refinishing AC compressor: 422

Before.......



After.........


Polishing AC lines: 457 464

Before.........



After.......





Refinishing motor mounts before sending to powder coating:
913 927



Refinishing cylinder heads before sending to Lingenfelter to get reworked: 931 981 990

Before......



After.........



Refinishing timing chain cover before sending to powder coating: 1011

Before......



After........




Prepping intake for Powder coating: 388
















Create fuel lines: 129



Refinishing Vararam intake: 143 220

Before.....



After......



Cutting coil wires to size:
204 210



Redoing water vapor line:
206




Refinishing driver side strut tower:
257 359 377 383 451

Before......



After......




MISC:


How measuring bolts sizes: 152



Cutting Intake coupler in half: 317





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Part used on Project so far:


ARP bolts: This is a partial list of all the bolts I've replaced. NOTE: when ordering ARP bolts, you can purchase them in sets of 5 or individual bolts. The sets of five and the individual bolts have different parts number:



1 - Intake bolts (This is a kit that comes with all 10 bolts. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ARP-430-2101/?rtype=4

2 - Throttle Body: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ARP-770-1006/

3 - Fuel rails. Note: Other fuel rails might require different size. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ARP-770-1003/

NOTE: OEM rails will use the shorter 6MM by 1 by 20MM length. http://www.summitracing.com/search/?...770-1001&dds=1

4 - Water pump (This is a complete kit): http://www.summitracing.com/parts/AR...3202/?rtype=10

5 - Pulley tensioner: (this part # is for a set of 5 - you will only need three but it's more cost effect to get the bulk
amount) http://www.summitracing.com/search/?...772-1005&dds=1

6 - Power steering: Quantity: 3 Size: 10MM X 1.5 by 70MM, Part #: M12AM70-12C

7 - Water vapor lines - Quantity: 2 Size: 6MM X 1 by 20MM Part #: M8AB20-12

Two bolts for passenger cylinder head: http://store.yoastfabrication.com/servlet/-strse-13/Camaro-Head-Plate-Bolts/Detail

Stainless fender bolts and washer: http://www.ringbrothers.com/index.cf...Product_ID=369

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Oil Filter: Pure Power http://gopurepower.com/





Lokar dip stick: Part #: XED-5008




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Coil Relocation set-up:

1 - Coil bracket:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/LS1-LS6-coil...item43a9492ba2



2 - Plug wires: Manufactor: MSD Part #: 31193 Description: MAD 8.5MM Super Conductor Spark Plug Wire Set Link: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MSD-31193/?rtype=10




3 - 4 Plug wire boot and terminal also needed: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MSD-3304/?rtype=10



NOTE:
If your using the red plug wires, you wont need to purchase the additional boots and terminals, it's included: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MSD-32079/

4 - Wire Separator: Manufactor: Taylor Part #: 42700 Description: Ignition Wire Loom/Separator, Nylon, Black, 7-8mm, Set of 6 Link: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/TAY-42700/?rtype=10



5 - Wire heat sleeve: Manufacturer: DEI Part #: 010612 Link:http://www.summitracing.com/search/?...20010612&dds=1


6 - Spark Plug Boot Protectors: Manufacturer: DEI Part #: 010512 Link: http://www.summitracing.com/search/?...20010512&dds=1






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Fuel Lines and Fuel rails Set-up:



Fuel lines and fittings: http://techafx.com/

Parts: T-609006DTBK
Description: -6 90 Deg. PTFE Hose End (AL/ Black)
Quantity: 1



Parts: T-600006DTBK
Description: -6 straight PTFE Hose End (AL/ Black)
Quantity: 2



Parts: T-824-06-2
Description: -6 Male An/JIC Flare Tee - Black
Quantity: 1



Parts: T-63006-10
Description: -6 Black Wrap SS Braided Teflon hose
Quantity: On web site it's sold in 10 Ft length.

NOTE: If you call, you can purchase by the foot. I got 5th and use the rest for the EVAC relocation.



Black anodized fuel rails with no company branding on them: http://www.wegnerautomotive2.com/

NOTE: I don't have a part number but you can call Casey Wegner and he will take care of you.





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Wiring harness:


Injector connectors, map sensor and throttle body extensions: http://www.casperselectronics.com/store2/



90 degree injector heat shrink boots: http://www.bmrs.net



Harness tape: http://www.eficonnection.com



Russell Harness sleeving: All 4 sizes

Wire Wrap: Manufacturer: Painless, Part#: PRF-70902Description: Protective Sleeve, Power-braid Wire Wrap, Black, .500 in. Diameter, 10 ft. Length, Each Link: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/PRF-70902/

Wire Wrap: Manufacturer: Painless, Part#: PRF-70916, Description: Protective Sleeve, Power-braid Wire Wrap, Black, 1 in. Diameter, 12 ft. Length, Each



Ground cable: http://genuinedealz.com/


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Carbon fiber valve covers: http://www.katechengines.com



Billet tensioner: http://www.katechengines.com



Powder coated intake: http://thepowdercoater.com/index.shtml





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Cold Air Intake setup:



Intake:
http://www.vararam.com/camaro-ramair-unit2.html

Black coupler:
http://www.vararam.com/camaro-ramair-unit2.html

T-bolt clamps for intake:
http://www.mcmaster.com
Part #: 5312K23 Description: Type 300 Series Stainless Steel T-Bolt Hose and Tube Clamp, 4-1/32" to 4-11/32" Clamp Diameter Range, 3/4" Band Width

Vacuum Line and Fitting:
XRP
Parts: 209006BB
Description: -6 90 Deg double swivel hose end black
Quantity: 1



Parts: 250006
Description: -6 37 Deg male flare push-on hose end
Quantity: 1


Hose: Parts: 3106-00
Description: - 6 XR-31 Nylon Braided Race hose
Quantity: Depends on how your routing it. 2 Ft minimum.




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XRP water vapor set-up: http://www.xrp.com/



Parts: 82446
Description: Special Tee, Flare -4 Male w/ -6 Male Branch
Quantity: 1




Parts: 109004SN
Description: -4 90 Deg Hose End Super Nickel
Quantity: 2


Parts: 100004SN
Description: -4 Straight Hose End - Super Nickel
Quantity: 2



Parts: 100006SN
Description: -6 Straight Hose End - Super Nickel
Quantity: 1



Parts: 3106-00
Description: - 6 XR-31 Nylon Braided Race hose
Quantity: 2 FT



Parts: 3104-00
Description: -4 XR-31 Nylon Braided Race hose
Quantity: 2 FT



The blocks are from http://www.krcpower.com/ecommerce/cooling-system-components/ls-bypass-hose-kits/4-water-bypass-adapters-pair.asp







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Radiator hose replacement:


Aluminum tube:

Coupler:

Clamps:




Flex-a-lite radiator:
http://www.flex-a-lite.com/auto/html..._radiator.html



Meziere electric water pump: http://www.meziere.com/ps-1507-1520-wp329n.aspx

Innovators West Front Drive: http://www.innovatorswest.com/8-Rib-...sion-Kits.html



Billet strut tower, over flow and radiator caps: http://www.lsrperformance.com/dress-...vy-camaro.html



Windshield washer relocation kit: http://www.apex-speed.com/apex-motor...t-1234567.html




Motor Mounts:
http://prothane.com/


Improved Racing Oil Pan Baffle: http://www.improvedracing.com/



NOTE:
I will update parts list as we go.........



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Okay, so I thought it would be fun to create a team list of everybody who has help make this thread what it is. So in no certain order....here we go

BiggFoot



kjkjr27



SS4PK


Calbert1999


OVRKILL


greenmachinedriver


Synner


67motorcat


572HP


aquablueL99


BIGDADDYGENE


BLACK10



bmbbl be


brooks35


cpoboats


CUPRA


donalddb


EZSPEED


Farthestnorth


GlennP


INDY


Kilo-9


LS2SLOW


MRGOODWRENCH3


NC-V aka Kyle



Another great project from NC-V aka Kyle



PAULSS


platinumss


Rcfiddy1


robsls3


Roctrux


rtcat600man


Switchback700


Pharmaro


Farthestnorth



My 5th:


Copper98



ss/rs-matt



TXM62SS



tys2010camaro



Nathan



Pyroboy



ChitownSS



Gene



Dekan513




The Stig




Powhusku



Anybody that wants to get added to the list, let us know.

Thanks guys for all the help and inspiration! Now lets get more names on the list.

If anybody has an better pic they like me to replace with the ones I have, PM me the picture.

Anybody who has pics of their engine bay they'd like me to post, please post them and I will keep updating the list.

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Old 12-16-2011, 12:44 AM   #2
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:45 AM   #3
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Subscribed , great idea !
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Old 12-16-2011, 09:58 AM   #4
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Here are a few things I have done to clean up the engine compartment. First was to get rid of the engine cover and top intake manifold cover. I installed the TechAFX heater hose kit. It also includes a new fuel line. I polished the fuel rail and rotated it 180degrees.







The Roto-Fab Radiator cover cleans up the top of the radiator.



A Katech Billet Belt Tensioner looks better than the factory one.



I made a new PCV hose and routed it under the Throttle Body instead of over the top.



The cold air intake is by ADM Performance. I think it is the best looking piece on the market. The washer bottle is by Roto-Fab.

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Old 12-16-2011, 10:20 AM   #5
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I like what you've done there....but truth be told is doesn't "clear up" the plumbers clutter the OP pointed out regarding our egine bays. Removing the engine cover just exposes the mess beneath lol.
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:33 AM   #6
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looking real good. Looks like you actually have a muscle car engine rather than a piece of plastic
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:34 AM   #7
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The only thing else that mr good wrench could do is a coil relocation kit and get some new valve covers. you really can't do much else unless you are going to do some major surgury. ADM did a build where they moved the fuse box out of sight and that really cleaned to motor bay up some, but that is pricey.
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I did some research on the Gates hose clamps. A few guys express concerns with using them on this thread. http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=187235

This video might shed some light. Worth watching, very informative and educational. Thoughts please.




The section circled in red show how much the radiator hose binds you move it forward to install a Vararam. I measures that section and the hose goes down from 1.75 inches to 1. I'm in the process of remedying this with new hoses and clamps. I will keep you guys posted.
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I cleaned mine up by using 2012 Camaro heater hoses, flipped the fuel rail 180 degrees, removed the intake manifold cover and powder coating the coil brackets. In the next month I will make a few more changes.

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Old 12-18-2011, 01:30 AM   #10
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Lackonblacksls sent me these pictures. This things is Bad Ass. Not one original factory hose on it. 427 13.7 to 1 compression!





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People actually clean under the hood?
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Yep my car with the black fast with blue letters
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Clean, no. Don't allow it to get dirty, yes.
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Looking for thoughts on powder coating the stock intake in a "wrinkle Black' finish. It will be subtle but slightly different than factory. Perhaps a more cast aluminum look. I'm going for a industrial high tech look. Not to showing or Bling.

Some thing like this: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=110331

Let's hear it.
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Looking for thoughts on powder coating the stock intake in a "wrinkle Black' finish. It will be subtle but slightly different than factory. Perhaps a more cast aluminum look. I'm going for a industrial high tech look. Not to showing or Bling.

Some thing like this: http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=110331

Let's hear it.
It's not metal, can it be powder coated? I thought of painting mine but thought better of it. If it started to peel or flake it would look like crap and I would have to pull it off and clean it up.
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heres a pic and vid of my engine bay

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It's not metal, can it be powder coated? I thought of painting mine but thought better of it. If it startes to peel or flake it would look like crap and I would have to pull it off and clean it up.

I was thinking the same thing....... that you couldn't powder coat the intake because it isn't metal and wouldn't withstand the 400 degree of baking neccessary. But apparently this company has it figure out. They do alot of work in the corvette community.

http://www.peakspeedshop.com/PowderCoat.php


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i chromed a fiberglass intake cover on mine
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i just keep the hood closed.
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I did what alot of other guys here have done.

But I routed the wires where it splits around the oil fill cap to what I believe is a better position.

Also mounted the evap solenoid to the ECM tower which I haven't seen anyone else do yet.
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Clean, no. Don't allow it to get dirty, yes.
haha... The hood seems to do a great job of that. I was installing my maggie last weekend and was amazed at how clean the engine was considering that I had never actually cleaned it before
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I was thinking the same thing....... that you couldn't powder coat the intake because it isn't metal and wouldn't withstand the 400 degree of baking neccessary. But apparently this company has it figure out. They do alot of work in the corvette community.

http://www.peakspeedshop.com/PowderCoat.php

Look up mike the powdercoater in the vendor section. He is the one that does everyone's calipers. He also powdercoats the LS intakes.
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