Isuzu reliability tester
Yeah it should make for a bit of fun. The full size truck guys seem to love it I just hope it's up to the task of some diesel torque.
It appears to be the same transfercase. Check my link a few posts above and compare it to the pictures in that article.Or I can Google it.
Sounds neat, in concept anyway.
I'm not sure what you mean by the actuator/activator for front diff, or permanently fixed front diff.I was reading up on the c3 on another site for LSX powered trucks is very similar to the SS silverados and siera denali's and uses the nv149. The c3 was only made for 2001 model year for some reason.
The other thing I didnt think about was the 4x4 front diff having the actuator and trucks like the SS being factory AWD have a permanently fixed front diff. I wonder whats a good way to fix this?
I have a few options I guess I can put a locker in there, how do you guys think that would work on a street truck? should be just fine and still smooth thanks to the AWD Tcase right? I could also wire up a switch in the cab to deactivate the AWD when I dont want it like when I go to dyno? I wonder how long the front diff activator would last if I keep it engaged 99% of the time the truck is running? I would imagine it would last a very long time. Thoughts anyone?
It didn't happen unfortunately. While the Ford was apart for the next phase I think a divorce happened. The engine went into a Jeep Grand Cherokee with a single large turbo and was sold on Ebay. Not sure what happened to the rest of the bits or indeed what happened to Carcrafter. I had a few messages from him a few years after. But that's several years ago now.I know this is a serious thread resurrection and im sorry.
Just wondering what happened?
Did the twin charging ever happen?