Boost District Build on the 04 Prerunner

Discussion in 'Under Construction' started by jonmx477, Feb 14, 2019.

  1. jonmx477

    jonmx477 Active Member

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    Got my truck kit from Boost District. Rosh at Boost District is a very knowledgeable guy. And super helpful. I've been pretty happy with the customer service. I haven't got too far into the install and progress will be slow. But the kit covers all the basic and big items and then there are a few little bits and pieces he does not include because of so many different variables.
    The big items in the kit:
    LSA blower
    ZL1 lid
    650cc/60lb injectors
    LSA fuel rails
    Intake manifold gaskets
    Olson Kustom Works Adapter plates and accessory relocation and necessary seals
    Heat exchanger pump and wiring kit
    Upgraded heat exchanger


    I ordered extra:
    Walboro 450
    Made my own crank pin kit, going with 2- 1/4"x3/4" dowel pins
    New crank bolt

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  2. Tim W

    Tim W power to teh people

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    neato, its gonna make whiney sounds now
     
  3. wretched73

    wretched73 Member

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    Looks sweet!

    What made you go LSA over a Maggie or Whipple kit?
     
  4. jonmx477

    jonmx477 Active Member

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    Biggest reason was price. But I also like the novelty of it being a factory gm option and I think the zl1 lid looks good.
     
  5. slicksierra

    slicksierra Feel some type of way

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    4K vs 6 or 7k can’t go wrong


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  6. Jared

    Jared Administrator Staff Member

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    deeyum
     
  7. jonmx477

    jonmx477 Active Member

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    Just two crappy pics from this weekend. Got the OKW bracket on. The PS pump lines are a pretty tight fit, and I need to clean up the wires stuffed under the line. And the instructions for the bracket say to reuse you stock idler pulley, but when I mounted it up and put the additional idler pulley on and mocked up the belt around the crank, ps pump, alt, and the idlers I had a hard time getting it on since they were so close to each other and it sure seems like they could even rub so I think I will get another smaller dayco idler like the one included in the kit to give myself a little more clearance. Got the intake off and breaking apart the harness to separate the throttle body harness from the injectors so I won't need an extension harness. Found out I need adapter harnesses too to go from the delphi plugs for my injectors to the newer ev6 plug, but Rosh said those should ship this week. I am a little disappointed since I'm still waiting for the install kit for the walbro 450. Rosh said he was having a hard time getting them from his vendor.

    And I'm really considering the first thing I'll do once it's running is pull it outside and soak the engine with like 3 cans of engine bright degreaser lol

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  8. jonmx477

    jonmx477 Active Member

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    Blower is on. Gen3 water pump just barley clears the bypass valve with the 1/2" adapter plates. Rosh got me the needed mini delphi to ev6 injector adapters and the fuel pump install kit. Next is get the lid on and clean up the wiring.
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  9. slicksierra

    slicksierra Feel some type of way

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    Looks like ur gonna have contact issues with the water neck and the drive belt. No?


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  10. jonmx477

    jonmx477 Active Member

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    No, the belt goes from the top idler on the right, blower, water pump, tensioner pulley if you traveled counter clockwise
     

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