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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerboerne View Post
    I live in Houston Texas...
    What part of Houston? I'm thinking of building one of these but would really like to see one in person before moving forward. I'm in the Kingwood area. If anyone is around me and wouldn't mind my stopping by please let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael101 View Post
    What part of Houston? I'm thinking of building one of these but would really like to see one in person before moving forward. I'm in the Kingwood area. If anyone is around me and wouldn't mind my stopping by please let me know.
    I'm about 4.5 hrs east of you if nothing else works out.
    '33 Hot Rod
    Ordered: 3/25/17. Delivered: 5/6/17

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    Ordered: 7/10/13. Delivered: 8/20/13. Completed: 10/26/15.
    I did everything except spray it. She ain't perfect, but she's mine.

  3. #43
    Michael101, I live in the Heights. You are welcome to come by and look anytime. Send me an email at [email protected]... Got fuel pump back from Aeromotive they said the one I sent them was fine ... however they replaced it anyway.
    Put it in and the motor runs great. Still having problems posting the video. Working on getting ready to go-kart goKart1.jpg. Will do align Sat. Then mount seats using the Breeze seat kit. Maybe go-kart on Sunday

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    Thought I would take a couple of pictures while the sun was shinning... Looks like hood will fit over Alternator and AC Comp... Not going to run side panels...acComp.jpg
    hood1.jpg

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    You had better call me when you go kart it so I can come see... damn you're catching up fast!

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    I believe I've seen a MAF sensor placed right in front of the throttle body. It is the older style, but are you confident that it will work in this location?

    The newer blade style requires placement in the middle of a 6" length of straight 4" tube, located 10 inches from the throttle body. I ignored this requirement and wasted a lot of time making worthless intake snorkels that were doomed to failure.

  8. #48
    I am using the old style MAF also using the 5 pin (The temp sensor is part of the MAF - reduces number of connectors by 1). Looks like to me the advantage to the old style is the veins in the body... Also using cable throttle body to keep things simple ... Engine starts and idles fine. When I go-kart I will know more.

  9. #49
    Doors slowed me down this weekend... Spent all day Sunday on drivers door ... still not finished.

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    Ok lets see if this link works for youtube video
    https://youtu.be/deYkA4pdoAI

  11. #51
    Very nice - subscribed!!
    Aerodynamics are for those who can't build engines - Enzo Ferrari

    FFR33 coupe #997, ordered 2/20/17, delivered 4/15/17, build thread
    Planned: 350-383 SBC, TKO600, hardtop, no fenders, hood, no sides, 3 link, GT500 wheels

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    Set up support for bat box that fits under floor of trunk
    batbox.jpg

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    Mounted seat slides on Breeze seat mounts and cut out trunk floor for bat box.
    batbox2.jpg
    seatslide1.jpgseatslide2.jpg

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    Looks like the Corbeau 3-point retractable seat belt will just fit between Boyd tank and body... Anyone need a seat harness I have one I won't be using. seat_belt.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerboerne View Post
    Looks like the Corbeau 3-point retractable seat belt will just fit between Boyd tank and body... Anyone need a seat harness I have one I won't be using. seat_belt.jpg
    NICE;
    Keep us posted on the belts once the seats and body are done, I won't be using the OEM harnesses either.
    Dale

  17. #57
    Went to the Key to the Hills Rod Run this weekend. Vintage Air was there and I got a look at their E-Z Clip Refrigerant hose lines. I wish I had seen them before I ran my AC hoses. They are the same ID as the traditional hoses but the OD is a lot smaller.
    And you put the ends on with a set of connecting pliers! Would have made a load of difference connecting up the evaporator on the 33. Got their catalog and found some chrome louvers for the dash and a under dash louver panel for the middle port.

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    Oh by the way there was a ton of 32,33,34 Fords at the Rod Run and most of them had SBC in them (no FF 33s). A couple had Chrysler Hemis. Also a lot the guys drove their cars to the run (they didn't trailer them to the edge of town and then unload). Although some of the cars there were more garage-art then street-rod, they are easy to spot: large scoop on top of engine, multiple carbs, no visibility out of small windows, over 600 hp in a 2000 lb car, large slicks on the back, loud side exhaust... wonder why they put them on a trailer ?

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    Working on fitting body parts. Was not going to run engine side panels, but I really like the way they look.

    body.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakerboerne View Post
    Working on fitting body parts. Was not going to run engine side panels, but I really like the way they look.

    body.jpg
    You are really moving along! It looks great.
    33' Hot Rod Coupe/Roadster, Fenderless, Ford 302, 350hp, EFI, AOD, 4-Link, Double Adjustable Koni Coilovers, Split Rear Exhaust, Electric Power Steering, AC/Heat/Defrost, Moser 8.8"-3.55, Willwood Front/Rear Brakes, 18" x 8" Fronts/20" x 10" Rears, Ordered: 1.26.17, Arrived: 3.29.17

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    Ok - post a couple picts: gauge1.jpggauge2.jpgseatB1.jpgseatB3.jpg
    Finished chassis wiring ... roughed in gauge wiring (with mighty wiper motor)... going to do more go-karting tomorrow after charge AC.

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    I still have to shorten seat belts ... but the retractors work well and bolted up fairly easy... will do some video of karting.

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    You may want to eliminate the quick release connector, if you have to make changes to the webbing. I have the same Corbeau retractor. I used a 3-bar adjuster where the shoulder straps Y and another at the end of the retractable strap. This allows both pieces to be connected safely with proper winding of the webbing. If the strap out of the retractor has to come up a a significant angle to go over your shoulders, it may not work properly. I have mine mounted on a strong vertical surface, coming up and over a round bar that's at shoulder height. I know that the retractor can be rotated, but can't remember if it only works in either a horizontal or vertical orientation.

    Also, to work properly, the Y should be passed through fixed slots in a high back seat, otherwise it wants to pinch the neck.

    Ultimately, a 4 -point harness is safer, but it's sure a pain when you can't reach the dash when buckled.

    https://www.summitracing.com/search/...e/bar-adjuster
    Last edited by DaveS53; 01-13-2018 at 06:06 PM.

  24. #64
    The mount points are critical ... no downward angle is best. Using the harness mount points on the 33 results in no downward angle. There is no need for high back seats, in fact would hinder retractor. They sell shoulder pads, but so for no need. Did you put these straps on a 33? if so how did you do it with high back seats? You are right the 4 point is safer ... as long as they are being used. Try wearing one for a couple of hours on the street.

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