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    The Saturday after I did the cold air barrier, I drove about 190 miles of freeway, everything ran very well and it seemed to respond better and possibly got better fuel consumption. I ran the OBD2 via the Torque app on my phone and the fuel ratio was spot on, except when I made a quick throttle change, but it got back to good numbers very quickly. I also noticed that the Intake Air Temp stayed about +/-10*F with the ambient temperature, as long as the car was moving above 20mph or so.

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    Also, today my Syms Front Strut Bar showed up in the mail, so of course I had to go install that!



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    I finally got around to completing the Reverse Flood and rack mounted Light Bar! It was a long time coming, but Im happy with it! The Reverse Floods are just some generic thin work lights from an auto supply and standard use H3 55watt bulbs, upgraded to 100watt in each. The LED light bar is a Heise Blackout 30" Dual Row. I used (2) BE/BH Legacy Foglight switches to trigger them on for a factory look, all the dash switches have been changed out to Blue LEDs for the illumination and Red LEDs for On. I cant wait to see how they perform at night!




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    Over the weekend drove up to Sterling Lake near Cisco Grove, CA and did some light wheeling and camping with friends. They had better prepped vehicles, all were lifted, Toyota FJ, Ford Expedition, Toyota Landcruiser & Misubishi Montero. But my Subi did well and they all thought we did well! Time to look into a bit of lift and better/taller tires!






    Looks good dirty!

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    Finally got the good photos editted from last weekends trip!





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    During last weekends adventure, I scraped the front bumper valance a few too many times, so I got busy with a couple of saws and fixed most of that. I am still going to clearance out more material to access the recovery points.


    I still might chop the whole bottom portion, but for now I am undecided.
    Im not liking loosing the foglights, but the OEM suck. Im thinking about getting a light mesh grill like on the B4 or Blitzen and tuck my Hella Fogs behind that and in front of the radiator!
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