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    Hello everybody, I’m new to this forum/site, recently acquired a Syclone serial 00339 with 58k miles, I have always wanted one since I read about it on Car Craft magazine when it came out new. Drove it from Los Cabos to Monterrey, México and have had it for 6 months now. I’ve been fixing the usual items plus a couple other things.

    -Fixed so far: tires, msd coil+dist cap+rotor, taylor armor wires, ngk plugs, downpipe wrap, silicone vacuum hoses (rigid core), all fluids and filters, belt, heater core, ball joints, mufflers+backpipe, window motors, walbro fuel pump+New oem sender, wheel cap bolts+o rings, front shocks, bump stops (used trimmed down blazer part as I couldn’t find the Sy specific part), redid the headliner & changed the roof light.

    -Next on the list is: fix oil pressure gauge, torsion bar support mounts, take off & reinforce all cladding, fixing bed cover (missing a corner piece and some sliders), 3 bar map+adjustable fuel regulator+custom eprom, check intercooler water pump, fix A/C.

    Will have to hunt for driver side front wheel arch and bed corner cladding, also one bed cover railing corner piece is missing.

    I know Syclones are very rare, but here in México even more so, It is the perfect sleeper as everybody thinks its just a lowered S10 until they see you take off.

  • #2
    Welcome to this site. You have completed quite a few repair projects. I hope the ones that you have left to fix go well for you.

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    • #3
      Congratulations on your truck. Welcome to the community.
      -Brandon

      Why is EVERYBODY racing on low boost?

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      • #4
        Welcome aboard!

        There's actually quite a few SyTys in Mexico. Every once in awhile you see them pop up. Seems like those who have them, own more than one too. Post some pics when you can!
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        InternationalSyTyRegistry.com

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