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    dpgueldn

    Options for e-Brake Relocation

    Also love this location but you say it only works with Wilwood brakes without a mechanical advantage. Any success from anyone going that route that doesn't

    dpgueldn Today, 04:54 PM Go to last post
    Avalanche325

    Carpeting

    I have floor mats from Finishline. They ended up with a heel hole at

    Avalanche325 Today, 04:53 PM Go to last post
    dpgueldn

    Options for e-Brake Relocation

    Hi Jeff, Thanks, I'd like to hear more on this one. Any chance you have any more pics of this during the build process? Sounds like some guys mention

    dpgueldn Today, 04:50 PM Go to last post
    Avalanche325

    Trackable "Requirements"

    One other thing for the track - arm restraints.
    I know someone that rolled their Cobra on the track. No restraints = three years of physical therapy

    Avalanche325 Today, 04:43 PM Go to last post
    Avalanche325

    Fuel lines for carburated 302

    I am a fan of hard lines except where absolutely necessary. My line crosses over on the frame behind the passenger compartment, and then up the 4"

    Avalanche325 Today, 04:38 PM Go to last post
    SingleMaltWSKY

    Options for e-Brake Relocation

    We went a bit different and fabricated a pull style parking brake under the dash. I know some older trucks and cars had these, not sure if you can grab

    SingleMaltWSKY Today, 04:04 PM Go to last post
    Boydster

    Options for e-Brake Relocation

    I did this with mine. Its a Lokar assembly. The shifter is in the stock location for a TKO600 with a 351-based engine. The Lokar needs no mechanical advantage

    Boydster Today, 03:46 PM Go to last post
    Papa

    Fi Tech Go EFI

    You may want to consider getting some 4 into 1 into 4 headers to get your O2 sensor closer to the heads and still sample the full bank.

    Papa Today, 03:06 PM Go to last post
    wallace18

    Some really nice additions to the MK4 complete kit.

    I recently just got an MK4 kit for a customer. Some neat changes IMO are satin powder coat, Stainless Steel brackets and hinges. Also very nice brake

    wallace18 Today, 03:06 PM Go to last post
    Robodent

    Fi Tech Go EFI

    Call Mike forte he’s knowledgeable with Fi tech.

    Robodent Today, 02:12 PM Go to last post
    R8er

    Fi Tech Go EFI

    I’m sure this has been discussed at some point but I couldn’t find it in a search. Has anyone used this product and if so what was your experience? I’m

    R8er Today, 01:55 PM Go to last post
    Jeff Kleiner

    Options for e-Brake Relocation

    I've done this on my own car as well as a a couplle of others that I've built and really like the location.



    Simple bolt in

    Jeff Kleiner Today, 01:34 PM Go to last post
    cv2065

    Passenger Footbox Question

    x4...Same here. However, I wasn't able to rivet the floor pan into the tube that runs across from the bottom as its at a different height and distorts

    cv2065 Today, 01:00 PM Go to last post
    Jeff's First FFR

    Fuel lines for carburated 302

    Thanks, Mark. Sounds great!

    Jeff's First FFR Today, 12:05 PM Go to last post
    2bking

    Rostra cruise control settings

    Check out this instruction manual.
    It shows the switch settings (pg. 12) and diagnostic procedures (pg. 20). It says if it surges, a lower gain

    2bking Today, 12:01 PM Go to last post
    cfriedman67

    Flaring tool

    thanks all. I got it from here.

    cfriedman67 Today, 11:18 AM Go to last post
    Ducky2009

    Flaring tool

    Yes they need flared. As others have said, use a different tube. I used steel brake lines.

    ALSO: The wire connectors are two different

    Ducky2009 Today, 11:04 AM Go to last post
    Mark Reynolds

    Fuel lines for carburated 302

    3/8" ID Fuel Hose to cross over back and the tank then 3/8" OD hard line under the car and back to 3/8" ID fuel hose to jump from the hard

    Mark Reynolds Today, 11:03 AM Go to last post
    Norm B

    Flaring tool

    The tubes have to be flared to anchor them to the wheel boxes and drive unit. Mine split when I tried to flare them. I don’t know if the supplied

    Norm B Today, 11:00 AM Go to last post
    frd2

    Flaring tool

    do some searching - I think lots have used other materials. NiCop line, regular steel brake line, rigid plastic, some use short section of steel w a

    frd2 Today, 10:59 AM Go to last post

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