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Old 05-03-2012, 02:56 AM
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all is well Roy! its all in good love. if i was able to install it in one siting it wouldn't be put on right or it would not be a project! LOL
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Old 05-09-2012, 10:16 PM
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X3 on doing everything else while you wait, the bracket and mounting of the v3 go easily and may be subject to change. I had mine held up with a big ass C-Clamp while doing final fitment.
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Old 05-09-2012, 11:31 PM
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Ok got it mounted abdplumed with coolent, test run and found a hole in the hose??? How did that happen? Thanks for including a lot of coolent hose! Pulled out bad hose and replaced lost about a gallon to mother earth! installed the painfull check valves on factory fuel lines. Going to start wiring or running vegi lines from V3 to engine. Next.
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I read this and it reminded me of me...I panicked too and thought I was getting scammed or something...Then I talked to Jay and realized the entire process going on over there and it made sense. I think until you are on the forums, BFT looks like this massive running company. When you find out there is a single man behind the curtain making it all happen, it is much easier to understand. I am not sure of how to make this better, but keep up the good work! Maybe just increase the time that people are supposed to expect it within...tell them 6 weeks due to custom parts being built...when it gets there in 3 they will be happy...
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