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Dual Sync initial setup

Discussion in 'FAST Support Forum' started by kpanza, Jun 6, 2017.

  1. kpanza

    kpanza Member

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    Huntington Beach, CA
    Ok, cool. So the Printo-seal takes care of the water ports, and the 1205s just block the EGR, so no worries on that. Check. The Ultra Black RTV says sensor safe, so I should be good to go? Thanks!
     
  2. A A

    A A Well-Known Member

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    Let 'er rip! Now go take the hide off that softball and make it a lump while at bat.
     
  3. kpanza

    kpanza Member

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    Huntington Beach, CA
    Well, as usual, went a few weeks between being able to work on the truck...also had a great 4th of July bbq, smoked a whole brisket, ribs, salmon, etc for 30+ guests at our house. Anyways, yesterday I made some progress, and some backsliding...had to swap exhaust gaskets (after I installed new intake manifold, I decided to check the torque on the header bolts - in doing so, I found out that the bolts the previous owner used were way too short, so I had to get new ones. In doing so, I decided to check the gaskets, and they were the wrong shape for the headers - square when needed round - and sure enough, one of the ports had blown past the gasket! After that hassle, I got the distributor installed (finally!)...but in doing so, and turning the motor over by the balancer bolt a few times to make sure I was on the 30BTDC, (I also double checked I was on compression stroke), the harmonic balancer bolt came loose! Uggh. I pulled it out, and it was too short also! Only had like 4 threads engaging...and no loctite. So, I ordered up a new, longer one, plus a Lisle flexplate turning tool so I can actually torque the bolt, should be here tomorrow from Summit. Luckily it wasn't stripped, but better I found out about it now than later I guess. So, once I get that back together, will finish with the distributor/wires/etc, and then I can finally start installing the rest of the EZ 2.0 system! Hoping that part goes way smoother! haha
     

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