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Old 07-29-2014, 12:26 PM
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Here's my toy.

Built 3.0 V6: Intake, 52mm ported tb, welded/machined/polished plenum, ported heads, diamante cams/pistons, fidanza flywheel, 4-puck clutch, A543 swap, full 3" exhaust w/ srt4 rear section.

Suspension: shorter springs, kyb shocks, monroe struts, strut bar, cd/slotted rotors, 15" duster lace wheels.

Body: Full RT gfx, spoiler, smoked tails, plum crazy/white 2-tone, 8k HIDs.

Interior: Sun gauges, Custom console, white accents.
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Old 07-29-2014, 12:50 PM
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I had a "Duster" with a 3.0L 5 speed back then. No way that engine should have ever been in a Sundance...lol ! I sold it before I could wrap it around a tree or something.


3.0L is a good engine. I can still do head swaps on those in my sleep probably (:
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I had a "Duster" with a 3.0L 5 speed back then. No way that engine should have ever been in a Sundance...lol ! I sold it before I could wrap it around a tree or something.


3.0L is a good engine. I can still do head swaps on those in my sleep probably (:
They're even more fun with a little work. It's a rocket.
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Little more work under hood. Made myself a TB spacer, some braided hose wrap, tucked some wiring, just general cleaning up.



Got the inside all buttoned up after doing the heater core.
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Have you thought about relocating your MAP sensor close to the throttle body. You can use the existing bracket and bend it. Use a splitter in the t-body vacuum line, or even that unused nipple on top.

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Have you thought about relocating your MAP sensor close to the throttle body. You can use the existing bracket and bend it. Use a splitter in the t-body vacuum line, or even that unused nipple on top.
No I haven't? Would there be a reason behind doing it?
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Nice ride very clean
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She's up for trade, Looking for an 88-89 Turbo caravan or voyager.
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Scratch that, now that my friend passed, It's not going anywhere.

I'll be driving it, when it needs another rebuild, it will get a 426 hemi/rwd conversion.
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