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LLave last won the day on July 1 2018

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  1. I bet you can trade it for an LT1 version. Put it up on LS1 Tech
  2. Great work! That is a tight fit. Those are going to work great for you. Much respect for the accomplishment. I think the take away with "custom" engine mounts is the buy a set of headers ahead of time, mock up with them and build around them. Haha. I wish I had too.
  3. Part of their storage burned to the ground. Not the whole shop.
  4. Good stuff right there. Team work makes the dream work.
  5. Hahah, didn't even see that. Wow. Late to the party.
  6. Good luck with your search. I finally got one off ebay. In my hunt last year, both Whitehead Performance and Arizona Z Car told me that they had plans to start manufacturing their own. You may check in with them.
  7. I ordered tubing with all the same radius for that project. You would have to swap out the center piece and clamp. The clamp could have been made adjustable I suppose. The center is sacrificial, I just made it out of poplar scrap glued together. The Swag portaband tables are another affordable option http://www.swagoffroad.com/SWAG-Portaband-Tables-Accessories_c_35.html
  8. Looking great. You will make so much power, regardless of how long or unequal the tubes are, I wouldn't even worry about it. I made a tube holding jig for my chop saw, nothing fancy, but functional. With a 14" metal cutting carbide blade, it worked pretty well. Once I switched to a nicer 90t steel demon blade, it cut really well. It is a little slower to tighten and loosen nut, but after almost cutting my thumb off, I decided it was worth it.
  9. Yeah, you can't leave those. Cut it out, repair anything inside, shoot with weld through, put new panel on. Good luck.
  10. Found a picture, not my car just a random from the internets.
  11. My car has those too. I am 90% sure they are to mount the horns.
  12. Just trim off the back end of that control arm.
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