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View Poll Results: Choose your favorite Fullsize Bronco of 2017!!!
Quader1 39 54.17%
remco 17 23.61%
greasemonger 5 6.94%
'89Bronco302 6 8.33%
cobrajoe 5 6.94%
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This is how we build up our new stroker engine before our biggest jurney on BKO....



Old lady must go. Thanks for many years of great work! :)





Some new parts....for new beast!







here we go....



cleaning, cleaning....























And first road test....


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After I got the transmission rebuilt it was onto bedlining the interior. This is something I've been meaning to do since I had the bronco. I used raptor liner and couldn't be happier with the results. Back in the day I used the roll on duplicolor liner and it was garbage. Despite much prep work that stuff peeled up.





Then I went to the east coast bronco roundup again this year.
First at AOAA, my first time there. Hoping to make a winter run there this year..



Tire flexing at 5 psi.




And the next day I was back at Rausch..




Ended up ripping open a shock. Still need to weld on my new higher mounts and get new rear shocks. The rear shocks have really taken a beating.

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post #163 of 216 (permalink) Old 12-07-2017, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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I used ARP bolts and studs everywhere I could. Installed the Oil Pan:



















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Some Kane Creek Canyon











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Here is a video from Three Feathers the Chute going dowwwnnnn !!!



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Oh Remco, So you have brand new engine in your Bronco. I was wondering if you took that long trip with old one. Do you have more details on the engine rebuild? What pats you used, where you got them from, who did the work, how long it took what's the final specs... (same horse power and torque or better) etc... How about transmission? Still the old one, or got it rebuild? Thank you for the info on that snorkel. It was obvious that it is from Land Rover, just did not know what model. Keep the pictures and videos coming. Unload all the details of everything you have done on your BKO, hopefully you'll get the win. Milan
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=milan65;6885818]Oh Remco, So you have brand new engine in your Bronco. I was wondering if you took that long trip with old one. Do you have more details on the engine rebuild? What pats you used, where you got them from, who did the work, how long it took what's the final specs... (same horse power and torque or better) etc... How about transmission? Still the old one, or got it rebuild? Thank you for the info on that snorkel. It was obvious that it is from Land Rover, just did not know what model. Keep the pictures and videos coming. Unload all the details of everything you have done on your BKO, hopefully you'll get the win. Milan

We rebuilded our old engine. I want first only stock 351w but made a mistake in order and shipped parts were to stroker 393 cui. It was destiny :) But now I want it was only choice because with additional weight we need more power. I dont know how many HP there are now but maybe 300HP. We have 4.10 gears and it is enought for our setup. We can go uphills, get the other car and we dont have any problem to going 65+ MPH....

Transmission is still old one but rebuilded inside. We have punisher valve body inside too.

PS: snorkel is from LR DISCOVERY II :)

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This is quite long Video, but it was one of the most adventure bridge on our BAM road trip. It wasnt fun at all:)
But we dont have any other possibilty to continue to the next point in that moment...

And we are lucky because on the next morning all of this old bridge was under the snow.


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I've got to say... I love this pic. It shows some serious priorities.
Toes sticking out of your shoes but a clean, likely newer engine stand holding that work of mechanical art.


I'm really enjoying the contest this year. I do every year but I honestly thought this one would be in the bag for @remco and that's no small statement, consider the outstanding line-up we've got going this year. I had no idea @Quader1 was going to slip in a fresh, built power plant into that already glorious 2nd gen resto. Some late starts and some early quitters (yea... I'm talkin' to you @cobrajoe and @greasemonger ) are a bit of a drag but overall... excellent contest this year. Honorable mention to @'89Bronco302 for hangin' in there and putting on a worthy show of your own. Love me some Bronc-snow pics!

There can be only one... and I'm still not quite sure where my votes going to land. Got a few days left... so pimp it boys, it's not too late, to pimp it, pimp it good!
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Like I had said earlier on @BikerPepe` , FOTY would not be something I would be able to really compete in, I still haven't finished the truck to a point I want it to be, but got it to a point where I need it to be for the winter. I have used it maybe half a dozen times since FOTM and right now it's sitting in the garage with the 37's on it and the snow plow. Tomorrows forecast is for 6" of the white stuff and it needs to be ready. Had I finished it six months earlier, I may have had a lot more to add, hopefully in the spring I can get it back apart and wrapped up by the end of summer. I also left for 10 days for vacation and tried to get some meat in the freezer in between. No excuses, other than life and work.
I really didn't want to rehash the build/FOTM thread, especially since it was the last run. That being said, I consider it an honor to even be a part of this competition and I apologize I didn't have anything else/new to bring to the table. Good luck all!

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Right on Joe, same here on the meat. Missed most of the season with birthing classes, 12hr workdays, and taking care of my now 38 wk pregnant wife on bed rest. Luckily we were able to take last saturday easy and watch them Dawgs take revenge on Auburn and win the SEC championship. Anyhow here's a couple more:



Broke the tractiion bar off first trip. Its gusseted now





Slapped in some seats and a console to house the dual battery setup



Thrashed pretty much all 4 corners during fotm



Hopefully I can find some time to edit some more video before the 12th

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I have to agree with Pepe`, it's been a wonderful competition. Definitely hard to place a vote, as these are all worthy rigs.

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Here are some short videos from that last roundup.

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I have to say, this group of rigs is awesome - some serious mods and even more serious money invested in everyoneís passion for their Broncos. I know, in the case of the guys that havenít posted a bunch, that life gets in the way sometimes. And @greasemonger , best of luck with the incoming little one!

My vote has been cast, and it wasnít easy. Good luck to everyone!


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And hereís a video courtesy of silentone. Shows my lack of a front locker. Hoping I can make that happen before the spring..


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post #175 of 216 (permalink) Old 12-08-2017, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks @BikerPepe` And yes it is a new stand. I do have another but it has the Original BKO motor on it and I have nowhere to store it. So the collection is I have 1 motor in the BKO, and now 2 motors on stands.
I built the motor because I still have 3.50 gear with 35Ē tires and I wasnít willing to get new lockers to re-gear. I also wanted something new for the contest lol
For all interested in the new T-Meyer Motor some of the specs on it. Although I didnít have it Dynode this is what itís supposed to be around:

Bored .50 over
10.3:1 Compression
475-500 HP
Over 500 torque

I should also mention I converted to Automatic, Put in an Atlas 2 with 5:1 Low, and a new rear-end (that I blew out). So pretty much the whole drive train of the BKO is now new and I hope I can get to everything without making this an all Quader1 show lol.

She would probably kill me if she knew I posted this but she wanted to help and be part of this upgrade. Who am I to say NO I could use all the help I could get (after all she paid for the automatic conversion with the Atlas as a anniversary gift) All I can say is that sheís a keeper.










We all remember in my FOTM I mentioned my truck I started with sitting on the side of the house that I wasnít willing to get rid of. The wife now wants to restore it for here so she can drive it so that is the next project on the list.


The engine all put together:















The Transmission from Broader Performance came in with a wide ratio gearing. Itís supposed to be good up to 1200 HP









1 of the first things I did was Clean up the adapter from the donor transmission











I then noticed it just had a slug for shifting linkage. Looking back I probably could have welded it on but I think exchanging was a better option anyway.







The donor arm:









Yes you have to take the valve body off to get this changed. Wasnít too difficult and I called Broader to make sure it would still be warranteed if I do this and it is:















Taking the new one apart:








And then all back together:












Coming up to Kane Creek Canyons Hamburger Hill we had turned the corner and found our second Stuck Jeep half way up the hill:






This was by far the hardest part of the trail and took us what felt like an hour to get him up it and unstuck:














Now make sure to keep in mind this hill was by far the hardest I have done to this point, Iím on 33Ē tires also although locked with front and rear ARBís. It took me exactly 23 minutes to get up this hill (I had it on video) and only had trouble on 1 part of it. What made it so scary was the itís on the side of a cliff and the trail is for sure a Jeep trail so wide enough for a Jeep. Even 1 of the Jeep guys couldnít believe we had Fullsizes up there.



















The Jeep guys were great people and guided us up Hamburger Hill:









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so many stories, so many pictures, but everybody who knows me , knows I’m all about the videos, and what better than Videos of Bronco Porn!!! Nothing is sexier than a Bronco in motion, the curves, the movement, the slow dance through the Rocks, or the salsa dance through the river crossings, Especially seeing Susan (@Remco wife) braving the chilly waters leading her man & his amazing steed through the rivers! I am still dump founded how you convinced her to do that! . Though there aren’t any go fast in this contest; to watch a video of a Bronco doing the Gig through the desert & sands dunes at 100mph is nothing short of climatic! So All you contestants get your best Bronco porn out there and show us your moves! For everyone else following this Rodeo call on your fellow forum romances and remind them to get over here and VOTE for their favorite Bronco!! This is a great show every rig is certainly worthy of the title FOTY 2017

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Here is some of our goFast on gravel road in Pamir Highway 4000m above sea level in Tajikistan. Great test of TTB and shocks in 60MPH :)


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And here is the trailer to our very first road movie from first trip to Central Asia. We hope that do that one time. Is allmost ready. But now we working on the second bigger movie from last trip to Mongolia and Siberia with camper shell on it...


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Here is the video how it looks inside construction (aluminium frame) of our camper shell.
This is when my wife isolated this frame with 30mm thin EPS material. It works great in cold!


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Here is a video of Crown King from underneath the BKO (Iíts only 42 seconds)



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