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About f1ndM3aTaco

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    1979 b310
  1. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    check this goody I picked up for ten bucks at a goodwill Holy shit man! 4 x 15 watts! That's hi-power!
  2. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    ...which means its time to do this all over again
  3. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    It's probably about time that I post something isn't it? So... after all this She made it to AZ!
  4. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    My other question is on the fuel lines. So from what I can figure the smaller red and black lines are part of the vapor line that went to the carbon canister which I no longer am using. Can I cap it at the end before going to the hard lines or should I remove the soft lines and cap the lines straight from where they come out of the tank (which means removing the check valve fastened to the panel behind the plastic)?
  5. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    That's what I thought but you put it much more eloquently. Wasn't sure if there was something on the carb that I forgot about. Thanks
  6. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    I guess what I really wonder at this point is if I need any vacuum line running at all from the dizzy? right? unless theres something on the carb that I'm missing and haven't run a line to? Just cap off the small end of the brake inlet/outlet thing?
  7. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    I do have question on the vacuum lines now that I've desmogged a changed to a weber. Do I still need that 3-way vacuum switch? I know it used to route somehow to the brake booster inlet that's there on the intake manifold but do I still need that?
  8. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    did get the clutch line bent, flared and ready to go in though.
  9. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    cleaned out the interior part of the tranny housing a little and installed the new throwout bearing. I'm waiting on a day where I can get some buddy over to help me get the engine and tranny over to the car and mate the two together. I also am waiting on a new prop valve before installing the new brake lines.
  10. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    proud to say I finally got the last few plugs for this guy today.
  11. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    Primered spots were where glassblasting was done to clean out some of the shit and rust. i think that will be enough to start up my little 4 banger :devil: I just bought an adjustable tie down for the battery today at the parts store as well.
  12. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    that was me putting the rest of the redone gas tank etc and shield back together.
  13. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    Sorry it took so long, but yes it's still alive and closer to finishing then ever before. :thumbup:
  14. f1ndM3aTaco

    O bachan - 1972 Bluebird DX 4dr granny car

    Damn this is just such a crazy story, especially about your insurance adjuster and her niece. You're definitely right that this is a small world. Sorry that you have to go through this, and even worse having to look at that bluebird like that. I really hope the best for you and that you can find a good bodywork guy to fix it. Here's a video from Arthur Tussik's, the bodywork master of the east, for some inspiration. I'm sure your granny can be fixed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBryZaK9Qzc
  15. f1ndM3aTaco

    The Geisha

    Now we're talking! Should have even better good stuff next week.
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