Write up - Intake assembly removal/valve cover removal/painted valve covers

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  1. Miami_X

    Miami_X New Member

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    Very thorough and comprehensive write-up. Owners of '12s owe you a debt of gratitude. This looks like something I might try this summer. Thanks a lot. :adore:
     
  2. S7ICKlVlAN

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    Glad y'all like it!
     
  3. sacX

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    I want to leave work right now and do this asap! Great write up! :rockon:
     
  4. tech86

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    this is one of the best write ups. thanks!
     
  5. T4C0CH40S

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    brutha S7ICKlVlAN! good to see you on here man! Ill be doin my valve covers orange of course :blurock:
     
  6. Torspd

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    Mmmm....orange just stands out and really grabs your attention. Post up some pics once you have them done.
     
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    i would so do this i just wish i didnt have to deal with the s/c
     
  8. BSP06XRU

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    Man, that looks pretty good!!

    Might need to trade in the XRunner.

    G
     
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    Damn, that truck does look pretty sick!
     
  11. T4C0CH40S

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    OMG! :biggrin:
     
  12. Detective_Dan

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    Awesome write up and looks great but one thing is still bothering me....




    Why would you cover it up with the engine cover?!?!??!
     
  13. BSP06XRU

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    Wow that engine is clean! Nice job!
     
  16. Detective_Dan

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    I'm doing this as I type. I just pulled the s/c. A few words for those of you with blowers planning this. Be prepared because coolant is going to ****ing go everywhere lmao
     
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  18. lamia2super

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    this is badass! has anyone done it with blue paint ?
     
  19. Whitebeauty

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    Done what?? valve covers? Torspds are blue.
     
  20. lamia2super

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    ya im going to go stalk his profile then lol
     

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