totten wrote:That setup should pull lots of air in, I would think it fix the over heating. The winch bumper blocks a lot of airflow. Send you a PM about the ABS delete setup. Did you connect the two front brake lines to one master line and other master line to rear line at ABS delete? Pull the ABS fuse and bleed well too finish? Anything to do to ABS light in dash? THANKS,Tony
egagnon086 wrote:I was wondering about that, I'm getting an '02 roller body/chassis with all the brakes and such on it. When did they go to the "better" brakes. Why don't they fit on out spindles again?
Are the calipers acutally smaller on the old style spindle, or is it a situation of double vs single piston?
Jonesy wrote:Looks really good.
I had wondered who your fab guy was. I've thought about contacting Orion about a few things for my rodeo (mostly suspension related) I assume they do that kind of stuff? I could also have a skid made to improve the front of my truck a little bit.
totten wrote:Was looking on e-bay under superchargers and found a powerdyne BD-11 supercharger and intake pipe. Would have to make aluminum bracket plate to install with a tensioner on front of engine. Supercharger and intake pipe bid was at $1147.00 so far. Don't know if it would work or RIGHT size for the 3.5 ISUZU engine. A lot of fab work ,but would be great for pulling the extra weight your Rodeo has now.
totten wrote:Yes ,you are right. Compression too high at 10.3to1. I remember no more van 9.1 max. I would do it ,but my wife would kill me.HAHA Like the lights too.
Jonesy wrote:Is this due to the broken tie rod from down in Zions?
16s? DAM, that's going to take some work to get those to fit up in the engine bay. You are re-tubing the HPD44 similar to mine?
I assume Robb is doing this? It sounds like a lot of work. I hope it turns out ok. Other then the Artec truss, this sound very similar to my setup.
Can't wait to see the progress.
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