83 C-10 Twin Turbo LS here!

ReefkoiC10

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Welcome! Sweet truck! I don't know about anyone else but i would love to hear them turbos!
You and me both! It was running today (idling) so were close and Im excited to hear them whistle too!

BTW whats the best way to load a video here? It’s been a few years since Ive done forums and back in the day it was photobucket but I dont have that now.
 

Vbb199

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You and me both! It was running today (idling) so were close and Im excited to hear them whistle too!

BTW whats the best way to load a video here? It’s been a few years since Ive done forums and back in the day it was photobucket but I dont have that now.
YouTube is what most of us use these days
 

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292
Welcome from Wyoming!
 

ReefkoiC10

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Update: I am now driving the beast! I’m shaking it down for any bugs, so far its been good fixing a few leaks and tightening bolts etc. The A/C is now charged up and working. It’s rowdy for sure, not as much a daily driver as some, but a daily badass driver haha, 3000 stall converter and the twins liking to be idling or on full boost. I’m happy w the twins so far, I’m excited to tune it soon, they set it up with a safe tune around 600 to the wheels so I could put some miles on it. When it goes back were going to set it up around 700+ to keep it reliable and together, its plenty to get in trouble.

As large as the engine bay in a square is, it fits tight in spots for sure, the A/C was work to get hooked up but the guys at UPP in Colorado Springs did some amazing fab work I think.
 

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