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Sooo, I stuck the camera on the trans crossmember..

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Got a little courageous with the camera. Theres a smoke scene or 2 in there, along with wheel hop from where they sealed a crack in the road. I didn't know it smoked that much on initial take off. Shows what advanced timing does when it's not warmed up.I know I coulda washed it a little underneath and did some other things but I wanted you all to get the full experience :lmao2: I turned the camera around at the turnaround point, but then it became extremely boring, so I cut all that out.

Any requests? Thinking of pointing it at the IP to watch it move, kinda think it would be a little boring though. I've been reluctant to doing anything with the camera until I finally went out and tested the threads on the mount. It uses I think it was 1/4" standard thread, every bolt I have fit it. So the sky's the limit now :hyper:

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you need a super bright light under there. wow, my truck never smokes. maybe a little puff on a cold start. how did you "hold" the camera to the crossmember? duct tape? maybe i will give it a whirl

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fullllllllllll pullllllllllllll !!!!!! bet the tailgate and bumper soot up pretty good though.

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It would be interesting to see how much crank case blow by there is on the typical 24V and under what conditions it blows the most?

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It would be interesting to see how much crank case blow by there is on the typical 24V and under what conditions it blows the most?

The camera didn't pick that up at all. I thought I would see at least a little smoke but I couldn't see it at all, that's why I cut it out of the video. I have everything to do the manometer blowby test though so I might do it this week sometime.

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