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Old 02-12-2005, 09:44 AM
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I felt a great sense of acomplishment when I took my upper intake off for the first time
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desertdave: The torx only have a 1 year limited warenty and are a little on the cheap side. But they are not totaly crapo cheap! They seem ok really.

95 F150: Yeah! I kinda felt that way to. Did ya notice all the tags I put on the lines in the picture! LOL I'm trying to be good about marking where stuff came from. I also took lots of pictures before I started to remove stuff. I'm thinking that it should go back togeather perfect!!!
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Old 02-12-2005, 03:14 PM
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Yeah Joe , taking pics and labeling certainly does help. One thing I noticed when I've worked on my engine that everything only has one place that it will plug into, all the plug in connectors have a different shape so there's really no way to plug them into the wrong spot.

P.S. don't over torque the upper intake to the lower intake, it is very easy to crack the upper intake from overtightening.
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