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post #46 of 206 Old 10-01-2009, 12:58 PM Thread Starter
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thanks for the pictures.
Will give people more alternative ideas.

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i just finished my Rad swap and used the rack and fabed Two supports for the rear. I could not get good pics of the rear so hear is the front. Got a ten inch fan also.


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post #49 of 206 Old 10-13-2009, 11:08 AM
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Phreebsd great write up! i didnt have a welder at hand so i just extended the two up rights and bent them at a 90o and used two bolts on each to hold them in place and turned out great. the only worry i have is protection thats a lot of money sitting up there. I was wondering if you have any suggestions on building a protective cover or somthing for it. Thanks for the awesome write up

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You can use small angle (like 1/2" angle) to make a frame then inside the frame use trailer mesh. it comes out very strong. my stepdad with that with his. looks real good and it's strong as hell.

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Relocated Radiator
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post #51 of 206 Old 12-20-2009, 10:20 AM
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i'm done!

Hey man thanks for the great info on the radiator relocation.
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post #52 of 206 Old 12-20-2009, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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thanks post some pics of your work.

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Relocated Radiator
Maroon Primary
Yellow Secondary
MIMB Snorkels (dual 2" intake)
Rejetted
RaceDriven Sintered Metal Brake Pads
BigGun EVO Exhaust
Viper Max 5000 WideSpool with Amsteel Blue

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I used ur instructions an modified my own bracket. thought i would share some pics i did my snorkles an rad relocate with the help of MIMB thanks
I didnt wanna use the rack is why i built my bracket like that it bolts up just like the rack would.

I added a pic of my overflow tank i relocated it to just under the radiator. I drilled an taped the top cross member and bolted the tank to it so its closer to the radiator an ur fluid dont have so far to travel an with out the radiator under there you have a lot of empty space to use. Just thought someone may be interested in it.
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looks good camo09brute! thanks for posting your version of this mod!
Once again, it gives people more ideas of how it can be done and thats just cool.

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Relocated Radiator
Maroon Primary
Yellow Secondary
MIMB Snorkels (dual 2" intake)
Rejetted
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BigGun EVO Exhaust
Viper Max 5000 WideSpool with Amsteel Blue

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thanks man. I was glad you had the how to cause it helped with getting started on the project thats the first rad relocate i have done but it was actually pretty easy i cant see why anyone would buy a kit with just some hand tools an a welder you can do it yourself.
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Just dont mine today. WOW how easy it was. Thanks for the wrote up and step by step insturctions. I jsut LOVE this site. Next I'll attempt the exhaust mod.....prolly next week.

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I added these pics, hope yall like it.....
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anyone done this on the 07 model i have some kind of censor coming out the on the top left side of the rad with 2 wires on it do i just extend the wires with the same gauge wire or do i need a certian type of wire.

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anyone done this on the 07 model i have some kind of censor coming out the on the top left side of the rad with 2 wires on it do i just extend the wires with the same gauge wire or do i need a certian type of wire.
Just extend them with the same size wire. I always suggest soldering the connections and covering them with heat shrink. Over time the crimp style connections will go bad on you. It may take years or it could go bad in months. I've never heard of a solder/heat shrink connection going bad as long as it's done properly.
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much better continuity in soldered connections aswell.
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