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Old 12-24-2004, 04:20 PM   #1
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Here are the pics of my n20 install. I still have some cleaning up to but the weather has been crappy the last few weeks!
http://community.webshots.com/album/236615365bkwJDJ
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You will be happy with the TNT,DynoTune products good luck and have some fun
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Old 12-25-2004, 03:28 PM   #3
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Thanks man! I researched for six months on brands and setups and Im very happy now. I was running 15.8-lol before the n20 and cam job so i plan on being a little faster!

It seems no matter the safety items or design you still need a little luck to make evrything work right-especially with n20!
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Nice install!
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Looks good Mike, really good.
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Yeah yesterday I covered every single wire in the cab and all the wires and hoses under the hood. Unless you are familiar with n20 you would never know a thing. The only thing Im trying to figure out is the purge line. Have any of you guys tried hiding yours with anything? I didnt want to use the normal plastic wire conduit but what about black electric tape? I might just say screw it!
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invest in a 4L80 swap.
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Yeah I know. Im not spraying through the shifts at all but it still doesnt look good for it. I put the Transgo shift kit,vette servo,and some other stronger parts in about 6k back so that is helping. I have like 10k left on my warranty so Im hoping it will go out before then-I have a reall good friend at a delearship-
* hopefully that way I will have enought time to save for a strong one. Im still not sure I want to do a 4l80 unless I find a crzy deal on one!
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So does anyone have any ideas on hiding the purge line when hood is up? I have it mounted in the traditional way of coming out from the middle of the hood by windshield. I have everything else hidden and although Im really not worried about people seeing I figured why not? Maybe black electrical tape?
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you could pull it off and paint it flat black
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Black wire loom wrap?
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Black wire loom wrap?
Thats obviously what I used for all the other wires/hoses but I thought it would look to weird! Also Im gonna post the updated pics with everything hidden! Thanks for the help!
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Maybe heat shink tubing
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