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    Default New tool arrived

    I've waited 3 months for this to be finished, now I have another tool for customer builds and once the 3 builds in progress are run it will be my turn with "Orange Crush" and some projects with it...
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    Sweet!
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    Yeah buddy.....sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
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    Nice setup you have there. Do you have to hook up the vehicle computer and harness to test run a motor? Or is this for old school motors?
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    I have a dedicated db2 , If a customer wants to use a ds4 I will swap it once I run the motor. I also don't need all the accessories, I have a electric motor to turn the w/p so it's easy to run a motor.
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    I'll turn the water pump like this so I don't need any accessories or belt, if the customer want's to use the screw style I'll change it out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sctrailrider View Post
    I'll turn the water pump like this so I don't need any accessories or belt, if the customer want's to use the screw style I'll change it out...
    Is the electric drive for engine dyno testing? I've seen engine shops do that before when they didn't have all of the brackets and pulleys. For actual in-vehicle use, I think an engine-driven setup would be more reliable long-term. Although, for max power to the wheels - like competition, even an engine-driven water pump can reduce that a little - though it takes power to produce the electricity.

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    Yea, I needed a way to not need all the assories when running motors. Things will be added when in the truck like normal.
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