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Tim Blythe

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  1. The car weighs 2300 with driver, firewall is in the stock location, still has the vin actually. ran flat sheet straight down directly under the wiper cowl. I original built the frame our of 3x3 tube steel in the front, used a mustang 2 IFS. For drag racing caster helps keep the car stable, Promods run around 10degree so I used the same angle. I built the a arms out of 1" chromoly tube and set zero camber, mounted the springs where they wouldn't hit anything and called it good. essentially I just winged it and it works well.
  2. That was my though, finding some sort of check valve, I’ll have to look into it. Or as you said run a loop with the hose.
  3. It is strictly a drag car, I would defiantly be concerned about that fuel tank if It was to be driven on the street. I wasn’t aware it leaked fuel until I looked at the picture, something ill have to take care of.
  4. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVWOfaVyyBTcOek6TEn4R8A?view_as=subscriber https://www.facebook.com/blytheliferacing/
  5. Dan, I don't mind sharing any measurments. I am actually changing plans on this build and will be going full tube frame similar to pro stock car. Building a larger engine now so I will be doing away with a lot of the parts I have on it. I will be cutting out the floor frame and all, I don't know if any one would be interested in buying it?? It would essentially be a rolling frame Mustang 2 ifs and Ford 8.8 with 4 link and afco shocks. It would be sweet to see some use what I have built. If not it will be parted out and frame will go to scrap.
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