Looks good to me JV glad you ok from deer -- as for PCV re-route after working on locomotives for 30 years I see a need for crankcase vents always be in place for fresh filtered air entering crankcase -- our small gas engines need fresh filtered air going in and same inbound air steam pull air from crankcase thus burning bad vapors
oh did notice drawing tool -- green color on pictures -- Is that available somewhere?
Concerning the colors on the images, that can be done with a number of different 'Paint' programs.
All computers have a simple paint program, or you can download free ones as well that give you more artistic control, such as 'Gimp'. Gimp is a wonderful free program pretty much capable of doing things that $500+ programs can do. I use that often, But requires a rather steep learning curve.
But one can simply use what's comes with Windows.
Start--> Programs--> Accessories--> Paint
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Good for you, JV! I figured it would get a good MPG report, and so it did...
Just a hunch, but based on all the success stories w/ big Ford's w/ 2-barrel TB's, and my own success on a '89 Nissan Maxima, that also had a 2-bbl TB, I am thinking that there's an inherent advantage in applying the Groove to 2-BBL type TB's
Anyone else got any thoughts about these?
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