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Old 10-22-2015, 07:32 AM   #11  
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+1 ^^^

Well that and their 12" steel ruler has worked flawlessly for me.
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Old 10-22-2015, 02:16 PM   #12  
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By any chance does any one of you have a picture of the set up? I have the pcv hose hook up already , I ran a hose from the front of the intake to the back of the pcv . I have the fuel regulator , egr , and valve cover breather left . Do I just connect them anywhere and plug off the ones I don't need ?I thought of doing this but don't want my car to have a roght idle . I'm sorry for all the questions I am a novice at all this , and can't seem to have a friend or anyone who can help me . Thanks
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Old 10-27-2015, 06:16 AM   #13  
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Originally Posted by bluebeastsrt View Post
LOL Please never mention Harbor Freight and good things in the same sentence. The company exists sole for the guy that doesn't care if the tool will last thru the year or can't afford quality tools.
I realize that not everything they sell is good. But their impact gun (the Earthquake) is actually fantastic. I've had great success with it. I have also had great success with their ratchets and this electronic torque wrench. Don't get me wrong I love Snap On, but not everybody can afford that price tag. About a year ago when I was having a brake debate with somebody on this forum, he told me "many people on this forum or doing budget builds and cannot afford to buy everything new, so you need to keep that in mind." That kind of stuck with me I suppose. Although I would always recommend a high quality torque wrench, this one isn't bad, and it's not like he is doing heads or anything. It's a lower intake. Not trying to steal the thread and change the subject, but I figured I'd justify my reply.
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