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Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by earnhardtgm3, Aug 21, 2008.
Shifter with the Black Hurst Knob
Clock converted to Oil Press gauge from Gauge Marks (Daniel).
Like this steering wheel to match interior.
Time to get some more stuff done now as it gets warmer. Got to get the quick release steering mounted amoung some other things.
New upper and lower A Arms
All new steering linkage rebuild kit
Low profile Cal-Tracs for the rear along with new bushings for the leaf springs
New 100 amp alternator
New Morris seat belts
The FiTech unit is working flawlessly and really like how easy it starts.
Had the motor dynoed by my builder of motor and made 16HP and 20LBS more than with the Holley 770 Street Avenger on it. 503 HP 513 Ft Lbs TQ.
Good stuff . Atomization is key with the new fi carbs. Its hard to beat a fine mist of gas for a explosion
Had some minor set backs, so now the car is off to get some things installed.
New front/rear drilled/slotted rotors along with new hawk pads.
Got my roll bar and G Bars in also today from PTFB.
Pics will follow at a later date.
Also got my AC system yet to be installed from: Original Air
Some progress pics:
New front rotors along with complete front rebuild
Link on front pads used. Had a set earlier on the car on old rotors.
Link for A Arms from Summit:
Link for new steering rag joint
Sway Bar End Link
Rear Gear Cover
Chevy 8.5" 10 Bolt Rear End Girdle - Low Profile
Cal Tracs installed--using the low profile design Model 2401
Added removable steering wheel with quick release:
NRG SRK-170H Steering Wheel Short Hub Adapter
Quick Release used:
NRG Innovations SRK-250BK Quick Release Kit (Black/Black Ring with Finger Grooves)
Swapped out my new steering wheel for a larger one--the one I had seemed too small. Went from a 320mm to a 350 mm steering wheel. Here is the new steering wheel.
Here is the steering wheel I bought:
Circuit Performance CP370 Steering Wheel Black Center with Black Leather and Black Stitching 350mm ($74.97)...
Bought a NRG Lock Assy for steering wheel, mostly a theft deterrent. Did have my lock key modified by local locksmith though for further theft prevention.