Wow for the SIM ride! That's pretty freakin amazing!
No shroud, will be building one though! A mix of fiberglass for complex ducting shapes, and just sheet aluminum to butt up against the rad.Have you got a shroud and a decent fan on it? Worked wonders on lowering temps on my car. I used 3mm aluminium sheet, bent the ends down to space it off the fins (approx 10mm airgap) then stitch welded it top and bottom the tanks and ran foam along the sides. Cut a hole for the rad fan and get a branded fan to slap on it. You can also use heat film on the back of the shroud to further deflect direct heat sources and prevent heatsoak.
If you sit the rad back from the grill, make sure the entrance to the rad is sealed from the engine bay, or it'll just be recirculating hot engine bay air.
The last of the reliable chevys unfortunately, very nice buy. I dig the side mounted ramps and raised tounge on the car trailer, most of them aren't friendly to our hondas without some modification.
I'm excited, this 2013 was the last year before going Ecotec3, its a 1 owner from Texas and only has 36.7k miles on it!The last of the reliable chevys unfortunately, very nice buy. I dig the side mounted ramps and raised tounge on the car trailer, most of them aren't friendly to our hondas without some modification.
That trans will easily engine brake the civic, but anything much heavier will tax the brakes, check the axles, most come with backing plate mounting, should be a relatively cheap and quick endeavor to add brakes to one axle, and the truck should have the built in electronic brake controller, works better than most aftermarket newer offerings.Doesn't have trailer brakes
So, remember how you said this?check the axles, most come with backing plate mounting