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    Starting the engine installName:  IMG_1773_0.jpg
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    It's been awhile. I'm still in the middle of the Ecoboost swap. I wanted to share a tool for putting a bead into soft metal. I was shorting up the tunnel pipes and needed to put a bead into them. I got the tool off eBay and can post a link if needed. Also 90% done with the electric power steering install and will share that soon. Name:  IMG_0008.jpg
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    I see Nitto NT01s on your car. I run them also and love them. Mine do not have the white logos, is there a special order for that?

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    Godzilla,
    Here is the link for the tire decals I used.
    https://tredwear.com/product/racing-...re-letter-kit/

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    Here is the EPS installedName:  IMG_20180129_192936.jpg
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    Looks great, I used the one out of the mini that way i could use a remote reservoir.
    I was able to put the pump inside the cavity under the a/c and the reservoir were the windshield washer bottle goes

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    Thanks Will,
    My wife’s mini has that ZF pump and also uses a electric fan.

    I’m hoping the two CAN wires that Ford supplies with the Ecoboost harness will work to control pump speed

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    okay the mini uses a pressure sensor to control speed

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    Replace my M400 seat belt guides. Thicker plastic, better lock together than one on the rightName:  IMG_0123.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by gafernandez View Post
    Looks great, I used the one out of the mini that way i could use a remote reservoir.
    I was able to put the pump inside the cavity under the a/c and the reservoir were the windshield washer bottle goes
    Care to walk thru how you did it?

    I have the Toyota EHPS installed, but it's too big to fit in the front of the car.

    I read the mini one gets a signal from the alternator, but haven't heard anyone getting it to work first hand.

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