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Old 01-15-2012, 10:21 PM   #113
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Hey Nathan thanks for the idea of moving the e-vap solenoid from the out side of the fuse box mount to underneath looks hella better. Oh and I'v added a few things since my last post.
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Old 01-16-2012, 08:21 AM   #114
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Hey Nathan thanks for the idea of moving the e-vap solenoid from the out side of the fuse box mount to underneath looks hell better. Oh and I'v added a few things since my last post.
Looks great!
Where did you get the harness conduit for up under the passenger side fender?
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Old 01-16-2012, 08:32 AM   #115
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thanks guys, i am doing the sleeve protectot but the taylor is to orange, there are some thatare a less bright orange out there..i am doing the black wire bulk kit and cutting down to size..i have posted a couple p[laces,, what is everyone doing for coil extension...some are stretching out the oem { but i may go inner fender which not long enough} , others have soldered and lengthen there oem coil wire...any input other then these 2 options
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Old 01-16-2012, 08:35 AM   #116
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12 and 24inch coil extension , asked seller if it works on 2010 camaro ls3 and he replied yes..just thought i would mention...http://www.ebay.com/itm/360323545043...S:1123&vxp=mtr
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Old 01-16-2012, 12:08 PM   #117
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OK, I'm replacing this piece with AN fittings an lines. But I had a couple of hours to burn and my dremel polishing kit..... so what the hell. Since I have no need for the piece, I figure we'd have some fun and I'm going to give it away for FREE to one lucky winner! I'm also throwing in a couple of ARP bolts to complete the look. The bolts by themselves are $5.99 each, not cheap.

Here are the rules; whoever posts closest to guessing my DOB without going over WINS! Will keep it open till Friday and than I will announce the winner.

Oh, I almost forgot... there's is a small shipping and handling fee of $129.99.

Just kidding, I pay for the shipping also.

Here's what I started with.



And here's work in progress.



I brushed the blocks and polished the tubes



In this picture, I still hadn't polish the inlet tube.



The pictures don't do it justice... whoever wins will see the difference when they compare both. Good Luck and less start guessing.

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Old 01-16-2012, 12:19 PM   #118
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Hey Nathan thanks for the idea of moving the e-vap solenoid from the out side of the fuse box mount to underneath looks hell better. Oh and I'v added a few things since my last post.
Nice attention to details! I see you replaced the heater hose, fuel line, vacuum line, water vapor line, replaced the pulley and chromed the strut for the hood.

Relocating the EVAC solenoid made a big difference, didn't it! But I can't take credit for it. Kilo-9 came up with the idea. I just had a good eye to study his pictures to see what he did.

If you relocate the ground cable and get rid of that ugly bolts, it will make as much of a difference!

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12 and 24inch coil extension , asked seller if it works on 2010 camaro ls3 and he replied yes..just thought i would mention...http://www.ebay.com/itm/360323545043...S:1123&vxp=mtr
The challenge with the extension is that your going to have the big connector on top. Which might defeat the purpose. Extending the wire is not a big deal. If you like, PM me and I will give you my cell number so that you can call me.

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Old 01-16-2012, 12:57 PM   #119
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Base on the overwhelming response, you might win by default! I think most people look at these threads like they look at girly magazines... they just look at the pictures and don't bother to read the content.
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Are we doing this price is right style? Closest without going over?
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Spent a couple of hours yesterday working on the water vapor tube. I wasn't happy with some nicks and stuff. So first I took the wire wheel and clean out the area where the tubes meat the blocks. Than I hand sanded it the whole thing with 220, fallowed by 320 and finally 420. It took on a very faint bluish tint, kind of like a stainless knife. The blocks now loook like billet pieces. I will need to re-polish the tubes again today. I'll post pictures later.

Even thought I'm not using the piece, it did give me some ideas I can use on the engine.

PS, I think I'm up to $55.00 spent on these things not including my time, LOL.
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