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post #1 of 62 (permalink) Old 12-28-2012, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Project Resurrection 97 F250 CCSB

Well here we go guys, I am taking the leap and BUILDING(not fixing) my truck back. I bought a donor truck last night, 94 F250 RCLB 4x4 5 speed, this will be what I use to convert mine to a 5 speed and I will use some misc. parts off of it that I will need. Then I will part it out. Any way, here are the plans.

DIY Efuel
Intercooler
Turbo
Put sycros in the new tranny
Valair clutch
Headstuds
910 comp springs
push rods
D60 swap
110v IDM mod
Live tuned at Beans
and whatever else I can think of...

I will be posting pics and asking a lot of questions i.e. How the F*** do I do this tranny swap, where can I get the best deals on parts, and Efuel related questions.

97 F250 ccsb, 5 speed, valair clutch , straight piped, 3" dp, Rosewood Stage 2 180cc, T500 HPOP, TW chip, 6637 intake kit, 6.0 intercooler, glowshift gauges
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i have some extra resistors for the idm mod if you need one pm me
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post #3 of 62 (permalink) Old 12-29-2012, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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Rainy snowy weather and a death in the family have me post poned at the time. However, I do have the bed ready to pull off. That will make it easier for me to fab up my EFuel and also the frame shop said they would prefer it off as well. Soon as the weather breaks I will get the tranny out and and the interior. The interior is coming out in order to sound proof it and it will make it easier to remove the pedal assembly, steering column.

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Make sure you do the firewall

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^ what he said, use closed cell foam too!

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We all love to see pics too!

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I will be doing the firewall for sure as I want the truck to be as quite as possible so it will be more pleasurable on long trips. I also will be posting plenty of pics. I just haven't had time to do anything yet. Its been raining constantly and the wife's uncle that pass swayed has slowed me down to. We are trying to get all his stuff cleaned out of his house and ready to sell it.

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Well I am going to be getting a 6.0 inter cooler in the mail soon. I also bought a super duty fuel pump, it is the aftermarket one that starts with a w I can't per ounce it or I would spell it. Lmao. Anyway gotta go start a bank account after work today so I can put my truck money in it and horsing parts won't interfere with my personal account. Where can I order the sound proofing material and what is a good brand. I want to put 2 layers in the cab. Also who sells transmission synchronizers?

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i opened a second account as a "toy fund" as well. one of the smartest things i ever did
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Well I am going to be getting a 6.0 inter cooler in the mail soon. I also bought a super duty fuel pump, it is the aftermarket one that starts with a w I can't per ounce it or I would spell it. Lmao. Anyway gotta go start a bank account after work today so I can put my truck money in it and horsing parts won't interfere with my personal account. Where can I order the sound proofing material and what is a good brand. I want to put 2 layers in the cab. Also who sells transmission synchronizers?
everyone has their own personal opinions as to what you should use as sound proofing. I used RAAM Mat http://www.raamaudio.com/ and then you will want to cover everything with closed cell foam, cheapest Ive found is the 1/8" from this place http://www.closedcellfoams.com/polye...foam-roll.html

As for your saying you want to put 2 layers. When putting the sound deadening material, you really only need to have 25% coverage on all flat surfaces. Anything more than that is overkill. All that does is stop the vibration, the closed cell foam is what actually kills the noise. With the foam you want 100% coverage

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