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Old 01-10-2020, 04:14 PM
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Love the white, but then again, I loved Camaro X in white...apparently that makes me weird, Iím ok with that
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Old 01-10-2020, 05:41 PM
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Iím painting it White just because Charley hates it....


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Send me a larger res version of that for your website please.
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White is Sooooo underrated...
Good for you!

BUT, who are you going with for the paint? (Or are you still getting quotes?)

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Thank you for the response. Love the rendering.

Back to your clutch pedal, are you going to fab up some kind of stop so it doesn't over travel? Just curious to see your design for that.

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You know, a pearl white would look great in my opinion. I, too, loved Camaro X. Though, I think Mayhem is my favorite of your builds.
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White is Sooooo underrated...

Good for you!



BUT, who are you going with for the paint? (Or are you still getting quotes?)



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I want to continue my relationship with the Dutchboys. Paul and Joe are great guys and have painted my last 4 cars. Their team is top notch. They understand I beat the crap out of my cars.

The reason Iím painting it white is so it is easy to fix. All the rock chips and track rash will be easier to touch up. So straight white a OE color so I can fix it.

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Thank you for the response. Love the rendering.



Back to your clutch pedal, are you going to fab up some kind of stop so it doesn't over travel? Just curious to see your design for that.



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I use the floor as a pedal stop. I adjust it to get full stroke right before it hits the floor.

I have never sorted out a clean stop other than the floor.

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Old 01-11-2020, 07:31 AM
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Sled Alley welded the adaptor to the firewall to close it out.

Totally filling all the holes and closing out the gaps around the clutch master cylinder adapter keeps the interior quieter and cooler in the summer.

The reason I set up the geometry for the clutch on the bench is once it is welded in it is hard to work on.




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