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Old 12-19-2011, 08:43 AM
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So are you going to throw the temp sensor in the right head on this one?
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I will probably drill and tap the water pump housing so that I get a good representation of the combined temp output.
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Sorry - no updates as of yet. I am still waiting for the adapter. As soon as it arrives, there will be lots of action. stay tuned...
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I'm thinking having a stock of 80 series ring and pinion sets could set a guy up with a side job once these conversions get popular...

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I'm thinking having a stock of 80 series ring and pinion sets could set a guy up with a side job once these conversions get popular...

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It's just the mini truck crap in the fronts you need to keep in stock! That and steering gears/sector shafts and you could be a rich man!
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update:
Started doing two things. I pulled the fuel pump assembly in preparation for swapping the pump with a high pressure/volume unit to keep up with the motor:

new pump and install kit


Pulled assembly from tank after removing rear seats and carpet






pump assembly on the work bench. I also have to install a fuel tank pressure sensor for emissions


I also started working on stripping the 1FZ engine harness down. I spent the last few days translating the EWD over to a simple spread sheet with the connector diagram, wire colors, and circuit:




one of my spread sheets
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cool, looks like good progress. I am glad you are doing the wiring yourself.
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A little more progress on the 1FZ harness prep...

This is the discard:



These two harness lead to the IH1 and IH2 connectors that make the connection to the body harness behind the glove box:



There will be 5 connections made between the IH1 and IH2 harnesses and the Vortec PCM harness. I will show these later.
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well - what do you know....
look what showed up last night - two months after ordering:



I also ordered a Delta Current Control variable speed control for the fans. It took about 3 weeks to get:



Now I can get down to business!
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Wow, I am super stoked about seeing this one come together. I appreciate you taking the time to post all the pics, it gives a real sense of the work involved.

The wiring spooks me about this swap... looks like you've got it covered!
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