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Thanks very much for your help guys, i decided to pull the engine and gear box, i'm tired of working on this from underneath. I'm gonna tackle this standing up




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Well, while you are in there.... :-)
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Yes its snow balling rapidly.

clutch, cv joint action.




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Significant metal fatigue in the inner portion of the cv.


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Defintely on the way out.
May as well replace those T bars now you have them out - something beefier perhaps?
There is no end of stuff to spend money on now you are there.
Don't forget those head studs. Shame to put it back in and forget them.
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You can get things relativley clean in there but it depends on what you delete.
Here is a photo of my engine without the factory BOV housing, AAV, Decel Valve, AC braket chopped, no boost sensor, no smog stuff, no airbox, and added a carbon catch tank. (using K&N filter on intake plenum) I would advise pulling the top of the motor off so you can clean everything and if you delete the factory BOV housing in favor of a BOV setup, you can plug the ports while you are at it instead of just capping them - looks much cleaner in my opinion.



Saaa WeeeT ! !


That's what I need to do to mine as well ....
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Anyone know the color of the fan in this picture (one above ). I would like to get mine done the same. Its almost a silver/bronze ??
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Success, managed to get all the exhaust studs out, Helicoil and ready for the stainless ARP hardware. Thanks for the help guys.
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Now ya cooking!
Nice job.
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Thank you.

made some more progress with the RS interior.




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more engine detailing.

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I really like this entire project, but I've never seen that shifter before. What brand/model is it?

Keep posting, it looks great!
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I like your dead pedal. Where is it from?
Also, what is your plan for a dash pad?

Overall, looking great!!
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Hey, I'll make my interior anything like what you have done here. Do you have a chance and post some pictures of the interior rear too.
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Where did you get the exhaust studs??
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Thank you very much gents.

That is a Hargett shifter the dead pedal is Rennline and the exhaust studs are ARP stainless.

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Made up an aluminum lower dash and the upper pad will be recovered both in black leather.
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