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Razzberry Syclone Part 1.

Welcome to the first feature post, here on SyTySoGT.com.

Let us introduce you to Mandi Harmon and the Razzbery Syclone.

Mandi Harmon is the other half of the Harmon’s. They are relative newcomers to the SyTy scene, but in a few short years have proven themselves as valued assets to the community and die-hard SyTyers. They own multiple trucks. . . It’s been rumored that they have a breeding farm for SyTys and they just reproduce on their own these days.

Mandi’s intent with this truck? To be “An all chick built Syclone.”

Welcome to the first feature post, here on SyTySoGT.com.

Let us introduce you to Mandi Harmon and the Razzbery Syclone.

Mandi Harmon is the other half of the Harmon’s. They are relative newcomers to the SyTy scene, but in a few short years have proven themselves as valued assets to the community and die-hard SyTyers. They own multiple trucks. . . It’s been rumored that they have a breeding farm for SyTys and they just reproduce on their own these days.

Mandi’s intent with this truck? To be “An all chick built Syclone.”

Let’s let her posts from SyTy.net tell the story:

I am doing a simple rebuild on my syclone. I will not be modding the truck at all (not in the plans anyway). Remove AC and other needless things. I will be using some of Harmon’s special touches such as the aluminum inside fender walls. I will probably go with an electric fan since the stock fan and I don’t get along very well.

As of yesterday I have managed to take out battery, alternator, fan shroud and fan, water pump pulley and radiator.

Today I’m hoping to have the engine bay cleared, we shall see

Day #2 – not much better than #1
ABS – gone, Cruise – gone, radiator – out, working on blowing up the AC, taking out spark plugs, dist. etc………

Harmon won’t let me use the garage My “floor mat”

Day #3
Found some interesting things today…… TWO tranny coolers and a block that doesn’t look stock

Today I managed to take out ….. valve covers, intake manifold, buncha wires, tranny cooler(s), grill, fuel rails, cowl thingie mabobber guess thats all for now. I actually seemed to get a little bit more done today since I’m getting better at knowing bolt sizes rather than having to go through each one, I also noticed I’m really messy

Edit:Forgot the distributor and goodies up on the firewall

Quick progress, no? Unfortunately for you, that’s where we are going to leave off with Part 1. Check back in a few days as we fill in some more of the story! (In case you are wondering, the truck was recently painted! You’ll want to check back to see the color for yourself.)

Stay tuned!

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