Here is the trunk fatmatted and getting ready for the custom carpeting job.You can also see the rear interior pannel covered in fabric. Not easy. In the next... Show more pic you can see the vent (black) and the return line (Blue) as they pass thru bulkhead fittings. This entire area will eventually be closed off from the cabin with a custom metal cover that will be bolted down. Show Less
Quick pic of the rear brake lines. I re-did every brake line in the car, nose to tail. Even the flex lines. Everything is 3/16 line with the flex stuff being... Show more -3AN. Soooooo much better than having to deal with metric and bubble flares!! Now all the parts that go into my brake system is standard and easy to flare! Show Less
Here is my crazy exhaust idea. Since the floor changed shape so badly, there was no place for the muffler, so I put it where the old stock gas tank would go.... Show more You can ignore the red paint, it was just the only high temp color I had laying around and wanted to put something over all the welded. I know it will burn off in a couple hundred miles. I still need to add the heat blankets and wideband O2. Show Less
So it has been a bery olng time since I have updated my site, but I have done quite a bit. I swapped intakes to help find more torque. I also added power ste... Show moreering, and even a heater that is totally hidden.
Most recently I have decided to finally make my final draft vertions of my door panels. I am getting rid of the handles and using door poppers. Here are a few pics
What I started with
The button, soon to be painted black. All wires routed though stock rubber gromet
Shot of the popper chained to the latch assembly. The stupid wire that the kit has is a joke.
Wired in a couple relays
Another shot of them. You can see the hidden heater core behind them.
Couple inline fuses to protect the solenoids. The thin wire is protected back at the fuse box.
Grounding of the solenoid PS
Grounding of the solenoid DS
Finally a box of staples I used to prop the door handle open while I worked on latching the solenoid to the latch. Works like a charm.
Here is the new panel, in the car. Material is polyester, black and plain. Real door handles are still there, just hidden under fabric.
Red button opens door and handle has mounting screw that go into metal of door. (i think they both do, I hope)
Thats all for now. Show Less