What I did while it was -45 F in Alaska. #2

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by frozenbowtie, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. frozenbowtie

    frozenbowtie Veteran Member

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    There is a "PART 1" that has Nitrous and roll cage install

    FUEL SYSTEM:
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    Still need to plumb all the pressure lines for the fuel to flow...but ITS CLOSE!

    Man I am TIRED!!!;)
     
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2008
  2. John Wright

    John Wright Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Hey...did you know that you got a big hole in the trunk?
     
  3. frozenbowtie

    frozenbowtie Veteran Member

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    Yeah I know.....but I plugged it!
     
  4. John Wright

    John Wright Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Ah,..that's good because at -45F it might get a bit chilly with that huge hole in the trunk.
     
  5. woody80z28

    woody80z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    -45 is pretty cold for a t-shirt. Did you cut the hole in the trunk with your nipples? haha

    I'm looking at a fuel system myself right now. Good work.
     
  6. frozenbowtie

    frozenbowtie Veteran Member

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  7. jester1

    jester1 Veteran Member

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    Im suprised no one mention the height of the fuel pump. Those pumps like to be gravity fed. JFYI.
     
  8. frozenbowtie

    frozenbowtie Veteran Member

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    Thanks for the info.....in that pis every thing was just dry fit......pump has been moved to under car location.....the spot where you see it was where it has been for a coupl years tho......once again thanks!!
     
  9. tom3

    tom3 Veteran Member

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    Bet that torching stunk up the place in that closed garage. Nice looking install though. Come on summer!
     
  10. 70rs00z28

    70rs00z28 Veteran Member

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    Your more dedicated than I am I haven't touched my camaro all winter. It is too dang cold in the garage right now. I am hoping to finish my floorpans this spring and then I will be doing the fuel system as well.
     

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