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    Powder Coated Rideplate pics

    Well here are some pics. If it doesn't work out I will just sand it off!


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    sweet !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by human hammer View Post
    well here are some pics. If it doesn't work out i will just sand it off!
    kurt, dont burn it up with all that paint:d

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    COULD only be a problem with a closed loop system, right?! No issue with an open loop?

    Although, I guess it would only be seen while on the trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpeconsult View Post
    COULD only be a problem with a closed loop system, right?! No issue with an open loop?

    Although, I guess it would only be seen while on the trailer
    ONLY WITH THE CLOSED LOOP it may run a bit warmer. nothing to worry about

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    Quote Originally Posted by busa504 View Post
    ONLY WITH THE CLOSED LOOP it may run a bit warmer. nothing to worry about
    Yea it is closed loop. I will keep an eye on it. Its hard to see the skegs I welded on it. Also I will see if my intake grate has the correct angle on it! P.s Rich I just put your old injectors on tonight as well. hopefully float it in the water this week and look for leaks!

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    Looks good, bro. Did you mill it on a machine?

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    Yea I milled the sides where the mounting bolts are and a bit in front to match the intake grate. I used the bridgeport at work. Its hard to see now that its coated.

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    nice, bro. What did you use to hold it on the table? Got to love having access to a nice bridgeport.

    I'm looking for a series 1 myself.

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    There was a rotary table up there that day so iI bolted on some aluminum extensions that we had and by luck lined the bolt holes up with some predrilled and tapped holes. So bolted it down and cut away. I had to put some jack screws under the bottom of the plate to help with vibration. I need one at home in the garage.

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