Very nice, thanks for posting your project. I've had the PSC reservoir and pump for about 40k miles now with my 3.8. I'd recommend squeezing some additional insulation around the reservoir (it just bakes in that spot right above the exhaust manifold). I took the overflow line from the reservoir and stuck it in an empty white motor oil bottle (just drilled a tight fitting hole for the tube), and then stuck the bottle between the battery and TIPM. Maybe throw a zip tie or two around the bottle but it didn't go anywhere. A little redneck but it worked well, plus I simply unscrewed the original bottle cap to occasionally see how much fluid was going overboard (the white bottle made seeing inside easy). After a few hundred miles the level in the overflow bottle stabilized so everything looked good.
Swapping to hemi, but keeping the PSC parts. Probably going to see about a redneck ram and steering box rebuild/port. I took my steering fluid filter apart and found some small chunks of teflon - probably the steering box internals starting to go (at 110,000 miles and on 35s, no assist, for the last 40k). Also thought about leaving the Synergy sector shaft brace off with the hydro assist, but will probably put it back on (it slowly spreads grease around the area of the needle bearing, making an annoying mess, and the needles got clogged with dirt anyway). Anyways, it looks real good; hope it performs well for you.
Last edited by rockystock; 07-30-2018 at 10:04 PM.