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  1. View Advert Chenowth Explorer 4 Seater w/ 4.3 Vortec V6 and Built 091 Beautiful condition dual sport buggy with great equipment on it. Powerful Chevy 4.3 fuel injected engine, built 091, Gear One disc brakes on all 4 corners, perfect condition seats, new powder coating on entire car, etc. great desert and dune car ready to blast over the rough desert. 4 Beadlock Dune Tires and 4 desert tires included. Titled and registered in AZ for street driving 12,500. 602-502-3322 Advertiser pedalsinmotion Date 06/29/2019 Price $12,500.00 Category Buggies For Sale  
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    Beautiful condition dual sport buggy with great equipment on it. Powerful Chevy 4.3 fuel injected engine, built 091, Gear One disc brakes on all 4 corners, perfect condition seats, new powder coating on entire car, etc. great desert and dune car ready to blast over the rough desert. 4 Beadlock Dune Tires and 4 desert tires included. Titled and registered in AZ for street driving 12,500. 602-502-3322

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  3. Shouldn't we be discussing fans as well. My experience has been that having good fans with a high cfm have much more impact on cooling than what coolant you use. I am never testing the limits of my equipment but I do ride in 110 degrees in Arizona. An average size radiator with excellent fans seems to be a better setup than a huge radiator with mediocre fans. Am I alone on this one?
  4. where did you get one for $40 ? and only use Honda fluid, burns out the pump otherwise. LKQ in Phoenix. They charge $40 for the pump and a $25 core charge. So as long as you can give them a core, you will pay $40 plus tax. Two more questions for you HONDA guys. 1) where can i get o-rings for my honda power steering pump....ones that handle the corrosive power steering fluid. Question #2- Is anyone running a reversed-intake on a Honda 3.5 AND running the stock power-steering pump? I am thinking of flipping my intake so I can put a larger fuel cell in but it looks like the throttle body might interfere with the stock pump?? Anyone pull this one off?
  5. where did you get one for $40 ? and only use Honda fluid, burns out the pump otherwise. LKQ in Phoenix. They charge $40 for the pump and a $25 core charge. So as long as you can give them a core, you will pay $40 plus tax.
  6. My pump was burnt out apparently. I bought a new one for $40 and it works like a charm. Thanks for the help guys.
  7. Is the inlet on the bottom/side of the pump and the pressure out on the Top of the pump? And are you saying that an Unmodified honda pump will work?
  8. I just picked up a Honda 3.5 engine j35a4 that had a Honda power steering pump on it. It was supposedly modified to run a Charlynn. I started my engine up and the Charlynn worked for about a minute and then stopped working. I can't find any leaks any of the powersteering components. I have GM Powersteering fluid in it. Anyone ever use one of these pumps? Are they reliable and how do they perform?

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