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Old 06-05-2018, 11:37 AM
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Air jack air release Or fill?
Decoupled 3 link nitrogen fill?
Fire suppression nozzle ?
Watts link quick adjuster?
Brake bias adjuster?
Battery bulkhead?

And the wild card- "I'm to poor to know what these fancy kids are putting in their cars now a days"
Oh close ... 4 out of 6. Feel free to change your answer.
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Air jack air release Or fill?
Decoupled 3 link nitrogen fill?
Air jack plumbing?
Quick adjuster for offset 3 link?
Brake bias adjuster?
Battery bulkhead?

If not I gave it a go
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1. Mini Wand (Fill/Release Air Jax)
2. Batt Bulkhead/Charger
3. Decel Link Shock Nitrogen Fill/Adjust
4. Accel Link Adjuster
5. Fire Suppression
6. Rear Steer Adjuster?

#6 is hard

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Old 06-05-2018, 04:06 PM
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Air jack air release Or fill?
Decoupled 3 link nitrogen fill?
Air jack plumbing?
Quick adjuster for offset 3 link?
Brake bias adjuster?
Battery bulkhead?

If not I gave it a go
4 out of 6! That might be one of the best 3. We'll see how it plays out !
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Old 06-05-2018, 04:07 PM
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1. Mini Wand (Fill/Release Air Jax)
2. Batt Bulkhead/Charger
3. Decel Link Shock Nitrogen Fill/Adjust
4. Accel Link Adjuster
5. Fire Suppression
6. Rear Steer Adjuster?

#6 is hard

-Nathan
5 out of 6!

Yes, #6 is tricky.
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1. Mini Wand (Fill/Release Air Jax)
2. Batt Bulkhead/Charger
3. Decel Link Shock Nitrogen Fill/Adjust
4. Accel Link Adjuster
5. Fire Suppression
6. Rear Steer Adjuster?

#6 is hard

-Nathan


RE:#6

I was hoping that was either the new "anti spin" switch ---- or it's the "take 10 seconds off your lap time" button.
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I was hoping that was either the new "anti spin" switch ---- or it's the "take 10 seconds off your lap time" button.
#6 must be the funnel for Greg's catheter tube when he forgets his big boy diapers. When he hits the loud pedal on that 700 horsies he might just wet himself.
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I was hoping that was either the new "anti spin" switch ---- or it's the "take 10 seconds off your lap time" button.

It's that one.
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Car Year & Model: 70 Ford Mustang Fastback
Competing in: Track Car & Occasional NASA TTU races
Front Clip/Suspension: GT Track-Warrior
Rear Clip/Suspension: GT Track-Warrior
Engine: Track-Warrior 3 LS7 700 HP
Trans: PPG Sequential Shift T56 6-Speed
Brakes: StopTech 14 ST60/ST40
Owner: Greg Weld
Builder: Randy Chastain One-Off Customs

More progess = more photos ! We're on track with this car for initial testing in 20 days !!!

Steel wheel tubs





Dash with Autometer Digital Dash system, including data acquisition.









Front end, hood & doors mock up for fitment
* Reminder: This 70 Fastback is widened 6". 3" per side. Greenhouse (Roof) is factory width.

















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Old 06-08-2018, 05:23 PM
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Tilt & Telescoping collapsible safety steering column.





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