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Old 07-10-2010, 07:11 PM   #1076
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Ok i got some more stuff done today. Almost finished my alt bracket, just needs to be sent to be chromed, i took a lot off it with the grinder and now it will look a lot better for my flipped mani. i'll have my guy round the edges so it's perfect.
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Old 07-10-2010, 07:14 PM   #1077
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Go wineberry bro!
Na man, that's already been done. I think i might just stick with what i have, i was thinking about it some more, and i would have to paint all my engine stuff again, alt, ps pump and t-belt covers. I really don't want to go through that again.
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Old 07-10-2010, 07:57 PM   #1078
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Looks great...I can't fathom the amount of work! About a month ago I put in a rotated kit injectors, fp, tgvs, fmic, etc etc and I was getting depressed seeing it apart just that much. I wont even call it a "build" on this thread.

When I saw the pictures of the gutted interior and everything, I felt like I was back graduating from highschool wondering what the hell I was gonna do!

How do you organize nuts/bolts/parts? that was confusing enough for me
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Old 07-10-2010, 08:17 PM   #1079
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Looks great...I can't fathom the amount of work! About a month ago I put in a rotated kit injectors, fp, tgvs, fmic, etc etc and I was getting depressed seeing it apart just that much. I wont even call it a "build" on this thread.

When I saw the pictures of the gutted interior and everything, I felt like I was back graduating from highschool wondering what the hell I was gonna do!

How do you organize nuts/bolts/parts? that was confusing enough for me
Thx man, as for the parts i have lots of small boxes and just label everything in ziplock bags...
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Old 07-10-2010, 08:19 PM   #1080
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I just went through 44 pages of this thread, I must say, Holly ****! I just couldn't stop my self from going page to page and reading and looking through all the pics, all the work is top notch, I wish you was my next door neighbor. Keep up the GODLY work, can't wait to see this finished. o my my my where is the subscribe button.
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Old 07-10-2010, 09:33 PM   #1081
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I just went through 44 pages of this thread, I must say, Holly ****! I just couldn't stop my self from going page to page and reading and looking through all the pics, all the work is top notch, I wish you was my next door neighbor. Keep up the GODLY work, can't wait to see this finished. o my my my where is the subscribe button.
WOW thx man, i love reading post like this. Lots more updates coming.
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Old 07-10-2010, 09:40 PM   #1082
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Ok so i mounted my FPR to see how it will look. Ya i'm extremely happy. Came out just how i wanted.
Now here's the big Q for all you fuel system gurus, can i use bulkhead fittings for my fire wall for feed & return lines? It is really solid where the pitchmount used to be, kinda like the rear fuel pump plate. This would make life a lot easier. LMK please, you know who you are.




Here's the bulkhead fitting in the firewall? Not screwed all the way but you get the idea....Whatyathink? i will have to buy a female on both ends to use it, but it would look way cleaner IMO?

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Old 07-10-2010, 10:38 PM   #1083
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Alt. bracket is gonna look nice! Why did you delete the pitch stopper mount?

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Old 07-11-2010, 06:50 AM   #1084
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Thx man, my builder/tuner said he doesn't run the pitchmount on high hp subies with solid motor and trany mounts. So i removed it...
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Old 07-11-2010, 10:09 AM   #1085
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But theres not enough mounts to stop the movement with the gearbox and engine imo.. Ive never seen that before but im sure he knows what hes doing..


I think you can run a bulkhead fitting, but you may want the line to be not too taught due to engine movement??
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Old 07-11-2010, 04:32 PM   #1086
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But theres not enough mounts to stop the movement with the gearbox and engine imo.. Ive never seen that before but im sure he knows what hes doing..


I think you can run a bulkhead fitting, but you may want the line to be not too taught due to engine movement??
Ya i know he knows what he's doing, HAHA they are the best shop in Canada IMO. Maybe even NA.
My friend Chris aka warwagon has 700+ passes and never ran a pitchmount, i'm basically doing a carbon copy of his car, with a little more SHOW.

I have full trust in fourstarmotorsports, i'm going there this week to pickup some stuff i'll snap some shots of the place, it's insane the amount of racecars they have there.

Thx for posting up on the fuel system, i think i'm going to go that route.

cheers mate.
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Old 07-11-2010, 07:57 PM   #1087
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Wayno thinking instead of you welding up the firewall. Why since u dont have the pitchmount make a false rear plate and weld that in?? I rekon that would look abosultely amazing..
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:19 PM   #1088
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nice job, overhaulin!
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:30 PM   #1089
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Wayno thinking instead of you welding up the firewall. Why since u dont have the pitchmount make a false rear plate and weld that in?? I rekon that would look abosultely amazing..
WOW MATE! That is crazy! LMAO i asked my body guy how much work it would be on Friday, it would look way cleaner, he needs to see the car first. Kinda wanted to keep that a secret until it was mocked up!
I gotta see how much works involved, and how much. i was planning on doing all the work myself with some help from cribs on the welding...

It's really unbelievable how you read my mind there mate.

How the hell did you remove the heater box in the middle and the bar going across? I think i lost 10lbs today trying to get that ****er out.
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:30 PM   #1090
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Thx man.
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Old 07-11-2010, 08:58 PM   #1091
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I agree with tino.. false firewall that biotch with a nice flat piece of metal so it is smooth as a baby's butt

Old school hotrod style
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Old 07-11-2010, 09:50 PM   #1092
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I agree with tino.. false firewall that biotch with a nice flat piece of metal so it is smooth as a baby's butt

Old school hotrod style
Ya i'm still thinking about it, i want to do it, but it all depends on how much work it is and if my guy will do it. Congrats on the win today Tim.
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I like what you did to that hood especially
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I really like the fpr mounting and the bulkhead fitting idea is great! Do it!!!!!

As far as the false fire wall, i've seen it done on the orange pickup truck wrx from AUS, however what will you do with your brake booster & clutch/brake mc's? You'd need a tilton pedal assembly with remote resoviors. That's big $$
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Old 07-12-2010, 07:59 PM   #1095
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I really like the fpr mounting and the bulkhead fitting idea is great! Do it!!!!!

As far as the false fire wall, i've seen it done on the orange pickup truck wrx from AUS, however what will you do with your brake booster & clutch/brake mc's? You'd need a tilton pedal assembly with remote resoviors. That's big $$
Wicked thx D, i was hoping to get your seal of approval on the fittings! Ya those pedal boxes are very big $$. HAHA i don't have those right now. Do you have any pics or a link to that truck?
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here's two:





keep in mind these cars aren't driven. They have painted under carraiges and tvs under there. LOL
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OMG DUDE! That is ****ing INSANE BRO! WOW that is sick. Now i totally want a tv in my engine bay! J/K well maybe.
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Yo the orange one has breather filters on the head ports? that is a great idea and way cheaper than an fittings... Even the headlights are shaved at the back... LOL
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^I don't know how good that is for the motor LOL!!! I seriously don't think it gets driven dude. You gotta see underneath of the car. haha
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^I don't know how good that is for the motor LOL!!! I seriously don't think it gets driven dude. You gotta see underneath of the car. haha
i would love to see all the pics you have of this bro, email them to me please...
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