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Thread: The NEW Frontier A motorhome restoration.

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    Raw Wave SNOtwistR's Avatar
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    Small update: made bunch of purchases today. hedman headers, polished stainless steel hub caps, complete set of electronic gauges speedo/tach/fuel level/oil pressure/oil temp/water temp/trans oil temp/egt/vacuum/volts and a clock. I will need to do some major mods to the dash to accomodate. here's a couple of pics SNO
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    looking forward to seeing your project progress! i can envision a main PC or Mac server connected to 1 or more displays, with it also serving content to and sharing an internet connection with multiple tablets for the passengers to be entertained on...

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    Dash gauges installed now to find a spot for the other 7
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    and powered up
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    since removing the factory insturments I need to add signals/high beam/parking brake lights x marks the spots

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    Motor going back together after a freshen up with a coat of paint and new cam 270dur 470lift/lifters/double roller chain and gears/headers/seals/water pump/fuel pump. Waiting for carb kit to arrive then I can fire it up.
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    Nice, very nice SNO
    I don't wanna be a product of my environment.
    I want my environment to be product of me.

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    Dash is just about done, alot of work with it not being obd2. I should be covered oil pressure and temp/water temp/exhaust temp/trans temp/fuel pressure/vacuum/volts for engine bat and volts for house bat/fuel level/tach and speedo.
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    You need to add a turbo or centrifugal blower so you can also add a boost gauge

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    Awesome progress. Definitely work to be proud of, I can't wait to see what comes next.

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    a dash like that just screams 12 inch display .....
    View my worklog here

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    Roof joist's in, wiring reconnected and now insulation. Things are starting to move along now. SNO
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