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About adrianphu123

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    Plenum repair

    Good points guys, I've decided to leave it out and im halfway to closing that area up. From the way its mounted, any flex in the brake booster area would now occur below the seam anyway but just to satisfy my paranoia I'll be looking to make a brace that mounts to the upper shock tower and butts against the front of the master cylinder to prevent any flex in that area.
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    Plenum repair

    Yes that’s the one. I remember reading somewhere you did a plenum repair before, did you leave it out or put it back?
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    Plenum repair

    Yeah that’s the one. The only problem I can think of is the wiper motor flexing that part of the plenum but if I can get away with not putting it back I’d prefer not to
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    Plenum repair

    Hey guys, In the middle of a plenum repair on an XF ute, just wondering from those who have done it. Is the brace on the drivers side right next to the vent really necessary or can i leave it off? thanks, adrian
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    T5 oil (710)

    Transmax z for me too. No additive
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    Mains and Headbolts

    Do the torque specs for rod bolts, main and head studs remain the same as factory? The factory specifies 35NM while ARP specifies 35 ft lb (40 NM), Does it matter?
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    1.84" single groove valve options

    thanks lads, The guy doing the heads is leaning towards the clevo valve too for the inlet due to length which gets rid of the lash cap setup i had and Holden V8 exhaust valve. I really dont mind spending the money if im going to get a good reliable product at the end of the day.
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    1.84" single groove valve options

    Hey guys Looking at what other people have used for a 1.84" inlet valve with a single groove for a 250 crossflow. thanks, adrian.
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    Cammed straight LPG setup

    425 is made to be mounted to a Holley 4 barrel baseplate, but you'll need a 4 barrel manifold to go with it. A 200 is easily mounted to a EFI manifold, since the inlet and outlet are at 90 degrees. WIth a 225, the inlets and outlets are inline, so unless you can fit an elbow between the mixer and shock tower, you'll run into packaging issues. I'd say fit the manual gearbox first, then think about diff gears. Check whats in it now, then aim for a 3.23 or 3.27 diff.
  10. I have an ASR one, very good build quality and you can specify what features you want to add to it.
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    Urethane Engine Mounts

    what brand are they?
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    Ball joint seperators

    I used a pitman arm puller, broke it, sent it back under warranty and got a new. Used it again and it worked second time around
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    Thoughts on timing chain?

    150? you can get a rollmaster double row for less than that
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    Cam thrust plate

    Wagoon you're a lifesaver, I'll PM you
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    Cam thrust plate

    Hey guys, Just wanted to know if there was a cam plate from any other model that fits a crossflow? Has anyone ever had to source one? If so, where from? thanks, adrian.