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· Unreconstructed
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Don't know what to tell you...But it sure looks cool!

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I know alot of guys that run that kit.

Saves them on freeze plug and coolant surge issues.
 

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ive heard they work extremely well....
 

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It will save your freeze plug for sure but, the blown head gaskets we have been seeing is not from to much coolant pressure, if that was the case then guys with any extra power would be poping these things..... its from to much cylinder pressure.
 

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It will save your freeze plug for sure but, the blown head gaskets we have been seeing is not from to much coolant pressure, if that was the case then guys with any extra power would be poping these things..... its from to much cylinder pressure.
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Right, and lets not forget that if you have My style of cooler delete, not the plug style, you are basically accomplishing the same thing with that bypass tube :thumbsup: The tube vents the pressure from the rear of the head just as the bypass kit would. If you wanted to 1 up it that way you could probably move that coolant tap to the next allen plug back in the head.
 

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Shibby, Is there a place that lists all of your products and mods for the 6.7. Everyday I read about more things you have done.:yourock::yourock:
 

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I've experienced the blown rear freeze plug. Quite the experience. I had a hydrolock of the motor and it caused the rear plug to blow out as well as bend my flex plate.
 

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If you wanted to 1 up it that way you could probably move that coolant tap to the next allen plug back in the head.
Well, since i took leave all this week i decided to take you up on that offer...

I moved the coolant line to the next plug back, moved the fitting from that location (went to firewall) back to the furthest back & moved the furthest back plug to where the coolant line used to be :drool2:

I also replaced the PCV line (the one with the big silly bent metal piece in the middle) with the leftover 3/4ID rubber hose i bought for the coolant line... looks MUCH cleaner!

sorry shibby, that bright red hose with grease marks all over it had to go :shock::lol4:

I also yanked & sprayed my stock intake horn with semi-flat black high temp paint... its ghetto fabulous! :thumbsup:
 

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Well, since i took leave all this week i decided to take you up on that offer...

I moved the coolant line to the next plug back, moved the fitting from that location (went to firewall) back to the furthest back & moved the furthest back plug to where the coolant line used to be :drool2:

I also replaced the PCV line (the one with the big silly bent metal piece in the middle) with the leftover 3/4ID rubber hose i bought for the coolant line... looks MUCH cleaner!

sorry shibby, that bright red hose with grease marks all over it had to go :shock::lol4:

I also yanked & sprayed my stock intake horn with semi-flat black high temp paint... its ghetto fabulous! :thumbsup:

Sounds cool, any pics?
 
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