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#674 Build

Quoting vapid:
Its been along time since I updated this. Not too much has changed, its been cold, and I've been lazy.
I've got the front subframe and suspension/brakes in, along with running the fuel lines up to the filter and FPR. I'm waiting till next week or so to mount the rear subframe and drop in the engine. Thats when my bolt-in fuel cell should be done. If anyone is interested I'll take pictures of it when its done.





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I think the AFPR might be too low though. I don't think you'll be able to see the gauge once everything's back in. Maybe you're not done mounting it yet, but just something I noticed.
 

mitsuturbo

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Wow, this looks really, really good. I wish i had the money to do everything you're doing to yours. Especially all at once like this.
 

vapid

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To all, thanks for the compliments.

And to answer a few questions:

-The 255's weren't a problem. I've turned it lock to lock and they didn't rub up front. They also cleared the trailing arms fine.

-D2s sold a little while back.

-AFPR was moved. If you look at the 7th picture down, posted on the 13th, you can see it near the wiper motor. It ended up not really being to low, it just stuck out 1/16" too much. The gauge face just barely touched the throttle cable bracket bolt on the intake manifold, so I made a spacer and moved it using the existing bolt holes on the firewall.
 

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Since I was asked, here are a couple of pics of the tank and the internal "baffles". Unfortunately, I didn't get any pics showing it with just the sending unit ring welded on (without the sending unit attached).





 
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