Current list of mods/upgrades
180 degree thermostat.
Aftermarket transmission cooler.
Air intake. Does it work? IMHO, yes and very well.
Repa... Show moreirs
Bodywork on rocker panels using metal, fibreglass, and bodyfiller.
Front left ball joint replaced.
Front right ball joint replaced.
Brake lines and hoses replaced (except front hoses).
Fuel lines, filter, and hoses completely replaced.
Vaccume lines replaced.
PCV valve replaced.
EGR valve assembly replaced.
O2 sensor replaced.
Rust protected floor.
Replaced distributor cap and rotor.
Coolant temperature sensor.
Replaced Left drive axle.
Replaced Right drive axle.
Replaced rear shocks.
Replaced spark plugs.
Replaced O2 sensor.
Replaced brake fluid.
Front engine mount (to do soon).
So basically it's a new van! Struts and tie-rod ends are coming before winter. Show Less
Audio, Video, Etc.
I installed an AutoStart brand 2-way alarm system with remote locks and remote starter. I even installed the additional thermometer which... Show more tells me how hot/cold it is inside the van. This should be useful in winter!
I installed a Rodiac D02R DVD head unit.
I installed an overhead Rodiac LCD screen.
Not pictured, but I put in a 10" Planet Audio subwoofer powered by a 100W Crossfire Audio amp. Nothing too special, just something I had lying around. I also mounted a 85Wx2 amp to power future door speakers. Eventually I'd like to mount subs under the front seats so as to not interfere with my cargo space and to provide a little more umph. Current sub is ok, but distorts at a fairly moderate volume.
I also put in A/V jacks in the console (I'll get a photo soon) for Gamecube, Playstation, etc.
Exhaust System: 2.5", mandrel bends, catco catalytic, dual pipes out the back. Show Less