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Old 06-06-2013, 12:50 AM
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Nice, love the new wheels!
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:00 AM
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Cool Project!!!
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Old 06-06-2013, 12:25 PM
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Yep, looking forward to seeing this one come together.
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:32 AM
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Sending the intake to Mark at BENT Custom & Performance so he can work his magic. Will clean up that wiring too.

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Sent the front shocks off to Varishock for a rebuild (one was leaking from the top seal) then reassembled. Super fast turn around.

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Very nice build. That Hogan intake is sweeeet! They make some nice peices. The intake would look awesome black or gunmetal.
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Very nice build. That Hogan intake is sweeeet! They make some nice peices. The intake would look awesome black or gunmetal.
That would be very tempting if I did not have all natural/polished billet throughout. Gunmetal would look bad ass. The Concept 1 pulley system is anodized brushed in natural which I already have. I was going to have the intake polished after it returns from Mark. Works with the polished Ron Davis radiator. Plenty of black anodized plumbing/hardware is planned. What do you think?
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Headers are done. 3.5" 304SS V-Bands then CermaChrome from Jet-Hot.

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Some pics of the SS fuel lines from the master Mark Bohlen of Bent Performance. Now to rework some wiring, throttle cable then to polish.










Engine block and valve covers smoothed and re-sprayed....oil pan is next.

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Thanks for the comments! Much inspiration comes from the builds on this forum.

Need some guidance on limiting turn stops with the rack and pinion. Speaking with Chassisworks they know their system turns sharper than it should. They suggest spacers to remedy the issue. Running 265/35 tires now and will be going to 275/35 tires with the new inner fenders. The issue is not the offset if that is what you suspect. I would like to know what turn limiter spacers you have used or recommend. I could always make my own too. Thanks in advance.
Were you able to get the info you needed?
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