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  1. This thing is so rad, well done.
  2. Thank you for doing that.
  3. https://imgur.com/a/lfmsC Small gallery of recent photos, hope everyone has been well.
  4. Haven't updated this because of the fuckshow that is photobucket. The car made 350 horse and 330.ft lbs at 16 psi, had some small issues here and there, mainly being my friend taking it joy riding with the hood open... nice. Planning on re hosting all of the build photos somewhere else. If anyone is having luck with a 3rd party host let me know, I'm using my phone currently but I'll try to fix my thread soon. The car fucking rips.
  5. Not a lot to report, but somethings have been happening. I packed up my entire shop and moved, currently I have a spot allocated for the shop, but it needs insulation and electricity. The good news is it's a fair size, and It's MINE! Finally rolled the old gal outside and threw her on a trailer. Ended up sitting between an NSX and an old dodge pickup with like a 120mm turbo. Vanjen clamps and pipes done. Radiator and FMIC mounting finalized. the same guy who is doing my pipes had my crank pulley machined down so I should have plenty of
  6. Few more guages showed up, two double needle psi guages for the air, and a sw fuel guage. Also this moon single sweep tach. I rubbed the living shit out of everything with scotch bright to get the brushed look. Sacked up and bought the tools and connectors to make deutche connectors. After making these two, once you have the tools they're worth every penny in my opinion. I also installed a 12v cigarette lighter. I had the old lighter from the van, still need to grab some pics of that though. Steady rolling. I had a friend wire up the dashboard air switch panel for me
  7. Banged out some rear door cards today. I used the crank to mark the radius. I'd really like to get a real bead roller someday. Tired of asking my buddies to crank for me. Had a friend draw this up for me, he's hopefully gonna engrave it on my tank soon. Got the pipe all wrapped up. Sanded and stained the rear deck. Also sourced a battery disconnect switch that uses a key! Really happy with how it looks.
  8. Little update, I couldn't use the McKinney trans mount because it hung so incredibly low. It's made for running a full 3 inch exhaust to the rear of the car. Whipped up this low pro model a few days back. Also ran a power cable to the starter and wired up the alternator. Had to snap some shots on the lift. Quickly buttoned up the rear end, I didn't spend an insane amount of time on this because... It's getting some board foot to match the dashboard. Also decided to go ahead and not use the switch box that came with my kit. Sourced a bunc
  9. Got most of the engine wired up, figured out a spot to pass through the firewall, away from the exhaust. It's tight under there with the ecu and all of both harnesses but it's taking shape. I got a box of power braid and a pressure switch for the brakes. The starter I've been hauling around with me forever ended up being for a ka. I have no idea where it came from or where the starter for the sr ended up, so I ordered a new one. Also ordered battery cables and a set of bell housing bolts because apparently I lost a couple of those and the starter hardware. Used my old datsun
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