Wiring LS1 Fans into 2nd Gen

Discussion in 'High Tech Retrofits' started by Steve's 74, Feb 24, 2006.

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    That is a terrific write up. Nice work.
     
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    Thanks. With this upgrade I remembered to keep the camera handy.
     
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    I'm glad you did. Notice my sig now? :)
     
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    Yup. Thanks for the DCC info and all the diagrams. That really made this install go smoothly.
     
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    dunno.this happened once before when the hoster was doing server maint. I can't even log in to upload files. If it's not back soon I'll have to upload all my files to this site lol.

    yea, I went with a single FK35 and SP2 (which you really don't need...make your own). So far I like it. I'm suprised they're so quiet. I had to look to check they came on a couple of times cause I couldn't hear them. Had the car idling for 30minutes the other day. Hotest the temp gauge got was 190 and then it quickly came back down. Engine compartment looks so empty too.
    you going to Carlisle?
     
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    Thanks. Check mid-atlantic forum.
     
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    Steve when you get that site back up with the install and pics can you please PM or Email me with the info @ Nastyz28@gmail.com ???

    Thanks bud.
     

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