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Old 04-10-2008, 05:16 AM
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For the Comp Car we are using a 331 with a lot of rpm (rpm limited at 7100rpm power still climbing) still run on pump gaz (10.4 to 1) 520HP at 7100rpm and 430lb-ft at 4900rpm, tremec tranny, alu. flywheel and a 6 puck disc with Ceramic buttons allows for repeated quick shifts, alu. drive shaft, wilwood 4 piston caliper front and back,double aduj coilover, bumpsteer kit (no bumpsteer at all), fully aju. control arm front and back with 3/4 rod end ect...

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How do the hard mounts for the sidepipes stand up to use? Do they pass a lot of vibration into the chassis and is there danger to the heads and headers due to engine movement?
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How do the hard mounts for the sidepipes stand up to use? Do they pass a lot of vibration into the chassis and is there danger to the heads and headers due to engine movement?
RB
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The headers and the side pipe are not bolted like a ffr they are slip on ,it's where we kill the vibration.

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Donald can you post pictures of how the tilton pedals master cylinders hydraulics is hooked up to the clutch fork if you can. To use the stock fork with the tiltons,do i have to put an extra master for the clutch fork,how do you hook it up,i might have to talk to you about that. Your pictures are great can you later put some on how to install the hood mechanism,trunk latch etc.
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Detail the term "slip on". I like your arrangement.
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Donald can you post pictures of how the tilton pedals master cylinders hydraulics is hooked up to the clutch fork if you can. To use the stock fork with the tiltons,do i have to put an extra master for the clutch fork,how do you hook it up,i might have to talk to you about that. Your pictures are great can you later put some on how to install the hood mechanism,trunk latch etc.
Thanks for the pictures.

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Hi Michel,

This is the bracket we made for the t-5 and the skave cyl. we use.



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Old 04-10-2008, 09:52 AM
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Detail the term "slip on". I like your arrangement.
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I hope this photo can help you to see what i mean by slip on.



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After fighting my BDR slip on for a year I have to admit I am not a fan, they always leak
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Great build.....

Any thoughts about heat effecting the master cylinders from the exhaust pipes?

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Any thoughts about heat effecting the master cylinders from the exhaust pipes?

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We are about 4.5 inc front the closest master brake cylinder and 1.5 inc from the clutch , we put a heat sheild there and the heat generate from the hearder goes up not down.

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Thanks Don for the picture,that mean i'm gonna need that set up too. That means you need two cylinders to operate the clutch,the master and a slave?
I'm removing the body from the chassis this week end to build body buck,fun is starting. Keep up the good work?

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This is the bracket we made for the t-5 and the skave cyl. we use.



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Don, do you have any pictures of the interior panel works as well as the dash area c/w wiring.
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Don, do you have any pictures of the interior panel works as well as the dash area c/w wiring.
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Next week i will start some wiring for the dash. I will post all the pictures i can to help you.

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Old 04-11-2008, 05:10 AM
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I am really looking forward to seeing this car at Run and Gun! I am glad you are making the trip.
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I am really looking forward to seeing this car at Run and Gun! I am glad you are making the trip.
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This car it's sold in France but my car will be at the Run n' Gun !
I will see you there.

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Finally our custom headers and side pipe are done!!




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The engine bay is complet









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Is that paint under the header wrap? What wrap is that? Looks nice.
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Is that paint under the header wrap? What wrap is that? Looks nice.
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Yes they are paint, the wrap is DEI
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Don could you post pictures of how your bumpsteer is set up?
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