oh man - what a freakin amazing day. i've been trying to start the 6.2 i rebuilt all this week. it's been rather frustrating because it was pretty slow moving to work out all the bugs and it happens that i have to drive about an hour to go work on my project (read: Expensive!). But, i finished my truck (or as finished as a CK5 rig can be) and i drove it. still have some bugs to work out before i'm comfortable driving it on the streets tho. here's a few pics to wet your appetite before i get the real media stuff up some other time. i have some questions tho. it runs kinda rough. some factors which i think will change this roughness over time is that it's got some really old fuel mixed with close to 10 gallons of good new fuel (i tried to siphon the old fuel out, but couldn't get anything into the tank), and being that it's a 6.2, i have to have it timed at the dealer sometime this week. what are the chances that as these two things are fixed it will run a bit smoother? when i first started it, i had a really bad leak from one of my fuel injectors. i fixed that, but i noticed a really bad drip of fuel which was coming off of the starter (which happens to be under the injector that was leaking). i don't think that it's fuel which is just dripping from that injector leak tho, because the fuel didn't stop dripping until i had shut down the engine. where could it be coming from? i've been racking my mind trying to think where that leak might be, but there's not many fuel lines above the starter, and those which i could see were not leaking. I haven't checked the secondary fuel filter which sits in the back of the engine valley tho. anyone have any thoughts?