Build Thread My Never Ending 89 Notch Thread

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Chuckman

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Details on that trans cooler? Or did you already post about it and I need to search? Need to eventually do something similar and would love to see how yours is mounted.

Assuming that is a trans cooler anyway, also can't remember if you're a2w or not....
 

TOOLOW91

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Details on that trans cooler? Or did you already post about it and I need to search? Need to eventually do something similar and would love to see how yours is mounted.

Assuming that is a trans cooler anyway, also can't remember if you're a2w or not....
It’s a Derale Electra cool DEL-13900 . Has -6an ends on it already comes with a temp sensor for the fan control . Really nice piece. I’m hoping I shouldn’t have any cooling issues with it .

No a2w or a2a . I decided to give the snow meth kit a shot since so many guys are doing with with success
 

TOOLOW91

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So progress has slowed a bit . I had a small procedure done on my eye last week but all is well and we are back at it .

So anyone who has Vortech and tries a factory ac delete knows the tensioner hits the water pump pulley . Some guys use a 97 power steering pulley . It works but isnt perfect . Some guys cut the pin and rotate the tensioner . That’s cool but I don’t feel warm and fuzzy about it . So I drilled some new key way holes and bingo one works. The one closest to the original hole is perfect . So 81 inch belt . Factory ac delete . 93 cobra water pump pulley , 8 inch renegade with the under drive accc pulley and this works perfect . Now I can finish the blower install . Ps it’s all back apart and the tensioner was stripped and re painted now that it works .

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Blaaaaaaah that’s nice! I’m so torn between going centrifugal ( V3 or P1) vs picking up this flowzilla kit a guy has down the road from me, well like 5 hrs away, and Fabing the manifold for air to air cooler. It’s a hard decision. Any who that looks nice and clean, like those Scott rod panels.
 
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TOOLOW91

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Blaaaaaaah that’s nice! I’m so torn between going centrifugal ( V3 or P1) vs picking up this flowzilla kit a guy has down the road from me, well like 5 hrs away, and Fabing the manifold for air to air cooler. It’s a hard decision. Any who that looks nice and clean, like those Scott rod panels.
Vortech !!!
 

TOOLOW91

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With so many holes drilled together,Do you worry about the key way hole you are using tearing?
Nope . If it was gonna tear it would’ve the minute I tensioned that spring . I have no issue with it