You got it Chris - air-to-water inter cooler. He just made that change. It enabled him to get rid of about 3 feet of piping and increase the size from 2 1/2 inch to 3 inch. That change alone caused him to go from 18 to 23 psi. That’s how much he was losing in the other intercooler and all of the piping that he had to run. Picked up 50 rwhp.
Now to bolt the entire assembly back on the truck. Six big bolts. Then license plate lights, mount the back up camera (drill a hole for the cable behind the plate), tidy up the wiring harnesses, then make sure it’s centered and tucked as best as it can be.
Rain all day and 41° high. Won’t be today. I suppose I could back the truck in but still a pain with everything hanging from rear. Hopefully dries out tomorrow so I can stick it back together. Will require a jack to hold the assembly up high. Lots of adjustment available and of course it was all
The way to the top of the slots from factory lol.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the bumper was on before the bed was since it’s a part of the rear frame assembly and bolts aren’t easy to access. I’m fact, I’m almost sure that’s the way it’s done.
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