I dont think you would want them , i found one of them like stuck to the window melted from the heat . i do go through them the heat kills them , i thought about removing the wiper arms and putting them away
I got the lower intake and fuel rail installed before my back told me to stop now or pay the price. leaning all the way over to reach the lower, the mounting bolts and the rail is everything my lower back HATES and too much of that and I do not move for 3-4 days.
While I have the thermostat out I could not help but wonder if I should put the stock 192 I have had in it or go with the 180 degree this time and see what happens? It has been getting up over 200 on cool days and I can't help but think when it gets hot that it might be an issue. I can can change the settings in the holley hp so the stock ecu limitations with the temp is not an issue for me. I figure the worst case scenario its not a big deal to swap it back out if it isn't happy, would you try it???
Today I got the fuel rail installed and that took more time than I thought. Someone all 8 of the tags to mark the injector wires fell off somehow while driving it I guess. I had to find my wire chart for the holley and then labelled all of them again but rather than a simple plug/play operation I had to do research and then make shit. After all that then I realized I put one of the clamps for my intake was in a very safe place which in my house is code for "you might never find it again". I spend a good 45 mins looking for them before they turned up and I was finally able to get the upper installed. I am currently sitting on an icepack for my back as I type, hopefully my back can take another day and I can finish it up tomorrow.