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    Gumball

    Lifts

    Jay,

    If you do go with a four post lift, the ramps will pose no problem to your Cobra. Even your C6 should be fine. The runways are about

    Gumball Today, 11:42 AM Go to last post
    GKindle

    Coating Underside of Mark IV Body

    I just picked my kit up on Saturday at the factory. Very good information here on the undercoating. The U-POL Raptor that GoDadGo recommended looks

    GKindle Today, 11:30 AM Go to last post
    Toy4me

    Lifts

    The 220 will go up a little faster. Maybe 15 seconds faster from bottom to top. My 2 post was 220 and my 4 post is 110. I really could not tell any difference.

    Toy4me Today, 10:55 AM Go to last post
    seagull81

    Lakeway Texas

    Glenn, if you find them, give them my address so I can put them in the Austin directory.

    seagull81 Today, 10:53 AM Go to last post
    carlewms

    Painting Preparations ... Update

    After doing some more research I came across a brand new 60 gal air compressor (Kobalt/Campbell Hausfield) for $300 normally lists for $499.

    carlewms Today, 10:41 AM Go to last post
    Race Ratz

    Lifts

    Difference in performance 110v vrs 220 v? Thanks, Bill

    Race Ratz Today, 10:35 AM Go to last post
    bil1024

    Grey oil in recently rebuilt 302

    Yes it's at 7psi, some searches say use 6 psi, but I think it lays in the carb like you say will look into that for sure and the pump runs as soon as

    bil1024 Today, 08:54 AM Go to last post
    carlewms

    E-Brake Cable Routing

    Papa,

    Here is another option for the "rubbing" problem ...

    I mocked up my modified parking brake assembly months ago

    carlewms Today, 08:46 AM Go to last post
    Railroad

    MKIV Coyote Fit

    Exactly what I needed, plus other possible issues. My dipstick clearance looks more like Edwardb's. Scott's looks like he has an inch or more clearance

    Railroad Today, 08:43 AM Go to last post
    Papa

    E-Brake Cable Routing

    Thank you both for the help. I'll pick up a couple of e-clips and I'm thinking of using some metal rod to make a hanger to lift the cables up off the

    Papa Today, 07:50 AM Go to last post
    phileas_fogg

    E-Brake Cable Routing

    I did not get retaining clips for the caliper end either. I bought some 1/2" E-clips for them.


    John

    phileas_fogg Today, 07:46 AM Go to last post
    NAZ

    Grey oil in recently rebuilt 302

    The fuel pump you're using is claimed to be regulated at 7PSI. If it is functioning correctly that would work fine for any Holley carb or clone. If

    NAZ Today, 07:42 AM Go to last post
    rich grsc

    Upgraded clutch cable... Any suggestions?

    They tend to fail more often than the non-adjustable. I don't think they are same quality.

    rich grsc Today, 07:36 AM Go to last post
    NAZ

    Brake Wire

    Boydster, thanks for sharing. I haven't seen this before and it looks interesting. Wish we had this back in the day when I was wiring fasteners and

    NAZ Today, 07:05 AM Go to last post
    edwardb

    MKIV Coyote Fit

    I have the same CNC reservoirs as Scott, mounted in a very similar location. Can also see the dip stick hiding behind them a little. But it works OK as

    edwardb Today, 06:41 AM Go to last post
    edwardb

    Brake Wire

    That's a great suggestion and will try it with my next build. The edges of the wire holes are sharp, safety wire is relatively stiff, and you have to

    edwardb Today, 06:20 AM Go to last post
    GoDadGo

    Grey oil in recently rebuilt 302

    Didn't see that one coming.
    What PSI do you have your fuel pressure set at?
    Also, doesn't your fuel pump cut off as soon as you shut down

    GoDadGo Today, 06:08 AM Go to last post
    CraigS

    Upgraded clutch cable... Any suggestions?

    Well that's helpful....................why are they junk?

    CraigS Today, 05:52 AM Go to last post
    CraigS

    E-Brake Cable Routing

    The cable under the 4 inch tube seems a bit crude but it works just fine. Note the cable is coated in some kind of plastic. Your routing looks just fine.

    CraigS Today, 05:46 AM Go to last post
    Boydster

    Brake Wire

    After spending many, many years working with safety wire, I also believe this needs to be done. The result of any of the bolts backing out puts additional

    Boydster Today, 03:20 AM Go to last post

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