OEM Customized wholesale Accessories for distributor DT-4 Supply to India
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Replacing the rear heater supply lines that run from the front heater core, along the firewall and down past the catalytic converter. No instructions exist in the service manual or alldata. Time 3.5 hours poking along.
This vehicle 2001 Grand Caravan. 3.8 liter, rear heat/air, oil cooler.
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When Stone Mountain Automotive of Traphill, North Carolina started working up the cars spec list, a completely modified 800 horsepower GM Performance Part’s 502 seemed like a natural fit in more ways than one. At the base of a Hilborn electronic fuel injection system, mirror-like Edelbrock square port heads, which were ported and polished by Heintz Brothers, sit at the sides of an Isky hydraulic roller cam and a yellow capped billet MSD distributor. At the top of those heads, you’ll find finned, yellow detailed aluminum valve covers, at the sides of those heads you’ll notice polished and yellow detailed wire looms which hold Taylor performance wires; and under those heads, you’ll find custom fabricated ceramic coated headers. At the front of the motor, a polished and yellow detailed serpentine system spins a polished AC compressor, a chrome alternator and a polished Edelbrock water pump below a custom fabricated, polished and yellow detailed thermostat housing. That thermostat housing receives water through a braided hose which connects to a heavy duty radiator that’s been outfitted with polished overflow tanks, three electric fans and a custom stainless radiator shroud. Wiring, which is hidden throughout the engine compartment in a series of bent stainless tubes and fabricated caps, runs to an MSD ignition system that along with other essentials, is kept in flip down easy access panels under the dash.
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Naturally, no expense was spared on bringing this cars cozy cabin up to par with the rest of the build. The custom Saddle leather upholstery looks fantastic and the fully power adjustable seats are both comfortable and stylish. At the front of the car, a body-matched and leather topped dash holds an aluminum gauge bezel behind a full assortment of Moon Equipped Classic Instruments gauges. Below that dash a lighted and custom covered Pontiac Grand Am console flows from controls for the cars air suspension and Secret Audio system past a Lokar shifter and chrome power window switches to a combination arm rest and storage bin. At the bottom of the seats, hidden storage compartments conceal a driver’s side CD changer and a passenger’s side transmission programmer above like-new carpet and yellow detailed sill plates. In front of the driver, a polished tilt steering column hangs a leather wrapped aluminum steering wheel above billet pedals and a billet hood latch; and behind the driver, a small leather lined storage space holds two more great sounding speakers above buttons for the cars Vintage Air climate control system.
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By Sophia 2016-11-15 13:07
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By Christine 2016-9-29 19:19