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Old 06-30-2010, 02:58 AM
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dude!!!! my FSB FEVAH is RISING!!!!!
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do you have the "factory amp?"
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no, I am sure that would be a positive for me.

After I install the vinyl flooring, I plan to build a box for my 12 subwoofer.

I will document the build project.

My new CD deck has a function specific for the subwoofer. The only thing is

I misplaced the instruction manual for the deck
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Bronco build on hold for now because.............

Wife said the kitchen has to be finished....NOW!

Like the saying goes, Happy wife, happy life!

Here is our two week kitchen remodel, donʻt worry the Bronco is still on the work list.

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300cid air intake tube

Itʻs been a while since I posted.

The FSB mods continue, after about a year of searching. I finally made a
Craigslist find of my 300 EFI air intake for my rebuilt 351 EFI.

I hope to get at least a 1 HP gain on this 20.00 investment!

More posts to come.

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Any updates on the FSB Khadma? Im anxious to check out the sub box you were thinking of building.
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Old 05-24-2011, 07:19 PM
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No updates on the Bronco. I got real busy workwise and the Bronco was set aside for the time being. I need to work on the trailer next so I can build the canoe (hopefully during these summer months).

I have not designed a sub box yet, but it may end up being fiberglass.

I will fill everyone in as soon as I get started on the Bronco.
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Looks good. Wish I had the money to dump on a cool project like this! Please tell me that zip tie is not still on the ignition wires ...
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Finally installed new shocks on the FSB and replaced the radius arm bushings.

Got 8 new quarts of oil in the engine and it runs great.

I never thought 6 new shocks and 2 bushings could make a truck ride that it

just left the dealerʻs lot.

Pretty much took 8 hours of work to get everything done, it sure was worth it.
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At a real computer now.

Hereʻs the link.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/95...l#post10528710

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Cool projects.
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STARTING UP AGAIN

I plan to start working on this project again.

First off,

Anyone repair their washer/over flow tank?

One of my mounting flanges is cracked, and I want to know if there is a good glue that works on this

type of plastic.

JB Weld maybe?
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Use a GOOD 2 part epoxy and some fiberglass mesh. Should last as long as new. Just be sure to clean it well.
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My reservoir tank is also messed up, but I jut went to the hardware store and shoved some small brackets and bolts to kinda keep it in place. It works okay, but I'd rather get a new one eventually. My windshield wiper fluid doesn't spray for some reason either... I replaced the pump, but I think the coolant line is cracked or something. That's on my list to fix too..

Glad you decided to start working on the project again! It'll be fun again trust me! Sometimes I take a year break working on my truck doing other stuff, but I always come back around!
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Awesome build. Glad to see you are working on your Bronco again.

Have you built a sub box yet? I am trying to come up with a good place for my sub as well in my 1993 Bronco.

If you built a box do you have measurements or have you documented sub build?
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