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Old 05-07-2019, 09:58 AM   #43
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Originally Posted by George-CZ View Post
Think about changing the carburetor.
I've never achieved such good results with Edelbrock as with Holley.
Otherwise, good job
I agree, but I'm hjemorraging cash on this thing enough already. He will have to run the Edelbrock for a while.

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No, stop, don’t do it

There, I failed...
Ha Ha! Awesome!
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Old 05-23-2019, 10:05 AM   #44
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We are steadily making progress on Zach's car. We've installed new weatherstripping throughout, but we need to get the windows adjusted to stop the leaks. We got his headers and exhaust done, but I'm afraid it is too loud. Oh well, it is legal for now.

Last night Zach got to drive the car for the first time. He practiced taking off from an idle, without giving it any gas. He got the hang of that fairly quickly, but the old clutch is so wasted that smooth take offs are almost impossible. We pulled the car into the garage last night and pulled the transmission out of the car. Tonight we will remove the bell housing and the clutch. I have a new LUK clutch set and flywheel waiting to install, so hopefully we can get it mostly done tonight. After that we need a set of tires and an alignment. This thing is all over the road right now, but all of the steering components are new so an alignment should have it straightened out and driving right.
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CAI Cold Air Intake; Comp Cams LSR Series; EE E2 catch can; SP 1 7/8" LT Headers w/ hfc; FM AT 3" cat-back; AEM Wideband; N2MB WOT Box;
Tuned by Throttle Works 467whp 419 wtq
McCleod RST; MGW flat stick; Ram Clutch slave cylinder & hydraulic adjuster
BMR cradle & diff bushings, trailing arms, toe rods & upper control arm bushings
Hotchkis sub-frame brace
Stop Tech Z-23 brakes
4.10 gears, Eaton Truetrac, LPW diff cover
Best 1/4 mile 12.073 @ 115.68 mph 3,300 ft DA
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