Bump. Someone must have 3rd gen that can take a look to see if it will clear. I like to start making the oil line's. From valve cover to oil catch can
Picture # 2 the number 6 fuel line hold down clamp. I measure from there and I'm 5-1/2" to outer edge of catch can. The head still has to go to the machine shop. The machine work on the block done.So this is not so easy to compare.
That area is buried under the cowl when the engine is in the truck.
It looks like you changed things around? I would leave the engine hook off but it looks like you also removed the rear bracket that protects the #6 injector line.
I would leave that bracket installed as it protects the #6 injector line from damage in case of a front end collision.
It looks like there is lots of room in that area. There is a large harness that runs to the back of the cylinder head and then to the transmission connectors but that is easy to move around.
There is tons of room to the firewall and below that area to the starter far below.
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It will fit.I know on my O5 there wasn’t enough room. All the electric connections hang off the firewall there. Then I tried to Mount it lower, but it was too low to get a good drain back. I ended up mounting it off the intake horn. Keep the filters clean if your running high boost, they spit all over the engine bay. Plus you smell it bad in the cab.
Sweet engine. How did you the return fuel line from pressure relief valve or did you cap.
I made another bracket for option # 2 for mounting oil catch can. But when I do a compound turbo setup, will it clearPicture # 2 the number 6 fuel line hold down clamp. I measure from there and I'm 5-1/2" to outer edge of catch can. The head still has to go to the machine shop. The machine work on the block done.