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Old 08-01-2011, 08:46 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Free sm465 and 10 spline 205 is more feasible than $600+ for a doubler
I am running a 465/205 and it is still to fast in the rocks. If I could find a 465/203 I would double that but will probably end up going with a 350/203/205. There are no axle gears low enough to make a 465/205 work in technical rock. Just my $.02
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Old 08-01-2011, 09:23 PM   #77 (permalink)
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There are no axle gears low enough to make a 465/205 work in technical rock. Just my $.02
I understand what you're saying but I don't quite agree. It's not the gear ratio that's the issue it's the third "retard" padal that's the problem...
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We have a guy that runs a cj7 with a 465 and a d300( no terra low gears) and for the most part he keeps up with the guys running doublets and atlases. Not saying he does shit as easy, but he keeps up. And I am more comfortable wheeling a manual as it is what I am used to. I dd a manual and wheeled a manual when I was in HS (85 Toyota pickup SR5).

I am going to keep the 350/350/203/205 I have and build it up outside the rig as funds allow. But for now the 465/205 will get me back in the game. Then I will just need 100-200 bones for a custom chip for my TBI setup and I will be good for a while.
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I am going to keep the 350/350/203/205 I have and build it up outside the rig as funds allow.


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Old 09-12-2011, 10:55 PM   #80 (permalink)
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Checking in, I have everything I need for the sm465 swap, I just need to find a free day to spend at the shop to tear into it.
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Old 12-19-2011, 02:36 PM   #81 (permalink)
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It's on like fucking donkey kong bitches!
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Old 12-19-2011, 02:40 PM   #82 (permalink)
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It's about time Rusty sold that bitch.

Why isn't it installed yet?
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We have a guy that runs a cj7 with a 465 and a d300( no terra low gears) and for the most part he keeps up with the guys running doublets and atlases. Not saying he does shit as easy, but he keeps up. And I am more comfortable wheeling a manual as it is what I am used to. I dd a manual and wheeled a manual when I was in HS (85 Toyota pickup SR5).

I am going to keep the 350/350/203/205 I have and build it up outside the rig as funds allow. But for now the 465/205 will get me back in the game. Then I will just need 100-200 bones for a custom chip for my TBI setup and I will be good for a while.
You'd be better off investing in a burn2 and burning the chips yourself. ~$85 iirc
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Old 12-19-2011, 05:06 PM   #84 (permalink)
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I'm really liking your dash. Gonna steal this one from you. Cage and Tube doors are awesome also.
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Drive train out, Making room for the package I received a couple months ago.







Tonight I am going to separate the old Trans and Tcase from the motor, bolt up the new stuff and probably work on cleaning up the frame and getting rid of the whiskey tango motor mounts and cross member.
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Old 04-02-2012, 08:49 AM   #86 (permalink)
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Those mounts look like something I would do.

I say fucking RUN 'EM!

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I'd like to say about fawkin time, but I have no room to talk. Can't wait to see it done.
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Got the old TH350 and NP205 tore off the motor yesterday. and bolted up the 700R4 231/D300 combo. That shit is frickin long now.

Going to attack the frame tonight with the plas and a flap wheel.
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Attacked the frame with the plas yesterday and some flap and cutting wheels. decided it would be more time and cost effective to just cut the frame where the old mounts were and then reinforce it with some plate.





I forgot to get pics of it all plated yesterday, I can get some tonight.

Here is a pic of the whole monstrosity bolted together.



Everything fits pretty nice in there. We had it in place to check for where we wanted the motor mounts go go. The really awesome thing is none of the trans or doubler hangs below the frame rails so the skid/ xmember to be built can be flat.

Motor should be in tonight on the new mounts. Will try to get some good pics tonight.

Thanks again to Josh at Skinny Pedal for masterminding this shit, and really spearheading the elimination of the chickenfuckery.
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Suprises! Lucked into a pretty nice upgrade to toss in the chickenshit mobile which greatly reduces the amount of chicken shittery left.


You will have to wait and see though.


For now, here are pics of the plated frame and the new AA mounts burned in.



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Motor Trans and doubler are all in and sitting on the new motor mounts. we ended up notching the floor on the passengers side to gain enough clearance that we could stuff the whole drive train up above the frame rails and then be able to build a flat skid/crossmember support.

Here is the suprise that showed up yesterday





Yes, that is an LT1 out of a 94 Camaro
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Got Aaron's harness all built.

I build all harnesses to be a few wire hook up. I also add a fuse and relay block.



Closer shot of the fuse / relay block. Its all weather tight.



I also tune in house, TBI through current GM. I still recommend Wayne to tune modern GM though, I don't want to step on his toes. TBI, TPI, LT1, LT4, those are fair game since he doesn't tune them.
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Got Aaron's harness all built.

I build all harnesses to be a few wire hook up. I also add a fuse and relay block.



Closer shot of the fuse / relay block. Its all weather tight.



I also tune in house, TBI through current GM. I still recommend Wayne to tune modern GM though, I don't want to step on his toes. TBI, TPI, LT1, LT4, those are fair game since he doesn't tune them.
Looks good

I have enough to do with the 98 and ups!

...I might have you do my motorhome if you can? I want different shift points for the trans....
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Looks good

I have enough to do with the 98 and ups!

...I might have you do my motorhome if you can? I want different shift points for the trans....
I'll call you tomorrow.
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Motor Trans and doubler are all in and sitting on the new motor mounts. we ended up notching the floor on the passengers side to gain enough clearance that we could stuff the whole drive train up above the frame rails and then be able to build a flat skid/crossmember support.

Here is the suprise that showed up yesterday





Yes, that is an LT1 out of a 94 Camaro
good luck with the opti spark, they have much to be desired. Make sure it vents, but keep it dry.
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Optispark will be fine.
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Why not just step up to COP? Been done before and the OPTI junk is no longer an issue.

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Optispark should be fine, we don't wheel in the wet. I am sure when and if it goes TU, it will get upgraded. But at this point the tight budget is better spent on other things like a radiator and fan, exhaust, and pices /parts forthe throttle linkage and TV cable, as well as shifters for the trans and doubler. Optispark is the least of my worries.
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What is the weight difference between the two? I wish I could find one of those on the cheap around here. Little bit longer than my Bronco, but just as cool.

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Pulled Aaron's stock tune with a bench top harness I built.



Should have the first tune done tonight. That'll get us running then its data log time.
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