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Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by John Wright, Feb 19, 2008.
Nice work John. Should free up a lot of space up front. I like the cutoff switch too.
If you ever have to make up battery cables, I highly suggest purchasing a hydraulic cable crimper. I purchased one from harbor freight and it worked very well. The hammer type anvil style isn't very convenient up in the trunk or other places where you don't have room to swing a hammer.
Did some plumbing yesterday....not shown in the picture is where I cut off the wastegate tubing stub, patched the original hole and moved it to the other side to get it away from the A/C compressor. I did all of that after this picture was taken.
Hello John, I am a new member and enjoy your camaro updates. I have a 73 RS that I am restoring/restomoding. Saw the Funderburk engine sticker and realized it was Nathan's shop. Good luck with the project, need any help, let me know. I'm in Rustburg.
John, Looking Good!!
Hi Todd...yup Nathan and I traded some machine work when I rebuilt this TPI motor and he ended up with a 383 and a 454 that I had at home. I need to check in on Nathan, I haven't heard from him in a while.
Yeah Nathan is a good guy. Just added a Holley Terminator EFI with Dominator ECU to my 73'. Working out all the bugs. Learned a valuable lesson, never replace your factory wiring harness and add EFI at the same time!
Wow, how did I miss all this stuff?!
I had no idea you were playing with a turbo. Pretty sweet upgrade.
Damn I need to get mine done...
I just noticed the pictured of the turbo installed. Nice job getting to fit in there, you did a really nice job on the plumbing. I remember plumbing my set up was a nightmare and took a lot of creative thinking to get everything tucked in there and in a good spot.
My serpentine pully system is going to take more thinking. I removed the air pump, now I need to figure out a new routing.