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Copperhead??
Thought same thing butterman just happy he didn't get one the pets or me lol.
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What is the "xtp" spacer?

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Extreme Truck Performance (brand) Intake Manifold Spacer = XTP IMS
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Aftermarket water temperature gauge installed. The sender/sensor is in the upper radiator hose and the gauge is mounted under the radio. Also replaced the radiator hoses.
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I like having an actual temperature gauge. Do you have a photo during the daylight, so that we see how it looks in the interior?


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Thought same thing butterman just happy he didn't get one the pets or me lol.
Copperheads are dangerous, every bit as venomous as a Rattlesnake, but with a meaner disposition and no rattle to warn you. (Actually the Western Diamondbacks around my place in Arizona are very docile. I've successfully moved many of them out of my yard.)
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Copperheads are dangerous, every bit as venomous as a Rattlesnake, but with a meaner disposition and no rattle to warn you. (Actually the Western Diamondbacks around my place in Arizona are very docile. I've successfully moved many of them out of my yard.)
I do have a couple of daytime pics now.
Copperheads are no joke. Beautiful but deadly. My last encounter with one was about 2 years ago when I stepped out of the front door of my girlfriends house. Chillin on the porch less than 2 feet away was a 2 footer. Scared the [email protected]#$ out of me.

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First off, nice gauges.
Are those overlays? Any links for the gauges and the parts you used for the temp gauge setup? Was it a kit?
Also, what center console is that? Doesn't look like a Fronty.
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We did a little exploring with the Frontier on the way from Lubbock, TX to Dallas, TX
Fort Belknap established in 1851 located between Graham & Newcastle. It's a nice little park (with historical buildings/museum/etc) if you have a few mins to stop.

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First off, nice gauges.
Are those overlays? Any links for the gauges and the parts you used for the temp gauge setup? Was it a kit?
Also, what center console is that? Doesn't look like a Fronty.
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Never mind that... The focus should be on the footsie gas pedal. We used to get significant gains back in the 70's and 80's , but I thought they didn't work on newer vehicles?
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