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79 #610 Winter Projects. Advise Needed

I ended up not ordering the German made fan housing. It is sort of a universal housing and not correct for my car. I actually found the correct one on eBay in really good condition. You can see how corroded mine is by the rounded edges and wavy back edge.
The only difference is the notch for the AC pulley. But Mark can put that in it.





I also got the intake back from being bead blasted and clear powder coated.



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Old 01-30-2018, 06:49 PM
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Big D,looks fanfreekintastic.So did you just have it media blasted and powder coated?

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^^^

Agreed with sexy Kev - the clear over mag looks very nice.
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Yep, just blasted and clear powder coat.
I was just in the garage admiring it.

I think Iím going to set the car down on jack stands so I can move the lift and start working on the multi-gauge and new shifter install.
I finally decided to put the gauge in the shift console. Itís not really in line of site. But it has data logging, multicolored status lights and a warning buzzer for out of range settings.
Plus who has time to watch the gauge 100% of the time on boost.


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Just an FYI. I posted in another thread asking about some heater ducting. I found the source and the temp ratings are really good, 550*. As a plus I like the black color better too.

https://ducting.com/collections/heat-ducting/products/silico-550-nomex

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Derrick you should be able to source that heater duct at any local aircraft parts supplier or online. The pic above is SCEET (double layer) or SCAT (single layer) tubing and it comes in orange or black. They will usually sell it by the foot.

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^^^ I searched the Aircraft supply shops and could only find Black in 350* temp rating. And some of the black I looked at appeared cheaply made. No where near the quality of this product.
And at this point what's another $100.00. Lunch at Panera is up to $12.00 a day.

This looks cheap compared to what I ordered.

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You know how you start out on a project with a plan and order of attack.
Then as you discover added work and need parts, or are waiting on special parts, you find you have 10 things started and nothing finished.
Your organized plan is gone and you feel like youíre never going to finish.

Iím there!!

I was going to replace the heat diverters. But they werenít that bad. So I stripped them and painted them. I did find a broken cable guide Iím waiting on. Not surprised...

This pic was after I started stripping them.
I wanted to take a pic of them clean before painting, but I forgot.



Not the correct concourse color. Iím so ashamed.



Waiting on parts to finish this now.


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You are doing a great job, and what you are having to deal with is normal on an old car. Always more than expected. You are doing it right - you will get a lot of satisfaction later when on road, and something you know is in good condition. Having jobs you wish you did - while you were in there- but chose not to, just nag at you. And you end up going back later. Much easier to take the time and do it once and do it right. First time.
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My 930 landed off the boat (ex Japan) in Oct. I planned on having it on the track by Xmas. Strip weight out, roll cage, check over brakes etc and GO.
I had the wrong Xmas. Out by 12 months. (And an ongoing project ever since - 10 yrs on)
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Thanks Alan.
Iím just feeling like nothing is getting done right now.
I pulled the passenger seat so I can install the new WEVO and pull the wiring for the Multi Gauge.
I also need to find a mount for the gauge.
Iím going to look at the auto heat too while itís out. Iím hoping the frozen cables are the reason it wouldnít work.
Wishful thinking on my part.


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Well, you are in good company in this forum. Endless stories like that. I had a whole thread on my process - that lasted over a yr. Never even got the engine to run when I went to collect it. When I did get it going (of sorts) the transmission had a big clunk. When I replaced the torn clutch I found g/box synchros gone. When I replaced those I had major tuning problems - air leaks, cracked injector blocks, fuel head issues. Did I mention the wiring? Burnt out wires, jumped relays.
You will end up with a car that will blow you away - esp because of the work you put in to it. they are old, and complex. But awesome beasts. Welcome to the dark side. You are in the right place.
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Son of a Biotch!

I started installing my Rocker arm locks from Turbo Craft with RSR seals. A little preventive maintenance while itís out.
Notice anything?



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Look closer...
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Was it a diificult job? I was thinking of doing this with engine in the car. Does rocker shaft have to come out all the way? I was also thinking about replacing the elephant foot adjuster.
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It can be done. But It would be very difficult in the car.


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I decided the engine will be waiting on parts now. My plan is to focus on the wiring for the gauge, ignition and turbo cooling system.

After trying to find a good spot for my Perfect Tuning gauge I reluctantly decided to loose the clock.

I disassembled the clock and found the gauge is slightly larger than the inner trim ring. I cut a piece of aluminum to make a ring that pinches the trim ring to the gauge holding it in place. The power wire fits through the light socket.



I thought I was done, but I found without the glass the outer trim did not fit correctly.
I went to TAPís plastic and got a remnant the same thickness. I cut out a trim ring to fill the gap. This finally gave me a reason to use the Dremel kit the Father in Law got me.














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Son of a Biotch!

I started installing my Rocker arm locks from Turbo Craft with RSR seals. A little preventive maintenance while itís out.
Notice anything?



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Look closer...
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Is that pitting on your ca m lobe?My eyes aren't what they used to be.No one told me I could go blind.Haha

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yep, one more unexpected job.
"Was it a diificult job? I was thinking of doing this with engine in the car. Does rocker shaft have to come out all the way?"
It can be done - but not easy. And it depends a bit which way around the bushes screws/heads are oriented as to how easy/impossible. And you cannot torque them when fitting back. If you had a loose one, you would normally try and fix it in place - fingers crossed. if you want do a job that involves removing all, ..................
Yes they need to go completely back in the housing to free the rocker arms.
Really if you had to remove 12 of them, find a few other 'while you are in there ' jobs and pull the engine. My 02 cents.
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yep, one more unexpected job.
"Was it a diificult job? I was thinking of doing this with engine in the car. Does rocker shaft have to come out all the way?"
It can be done - but not easy. And it depends a bit which way around the bushes screws/heads are oriented as to how easy/impossible. And you cannot torque them when fitting back. If you had a loose one, you would normally try and fix it in place - fingers crossed. if you want do a job that involves removing all, ..................
Yes they need to go completely back in the housing to free the rocker arms.
Really if you had to remove 12 of them, find a few other 'while you are in there ' jobs and pull the engine. My 02 cents.
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I would yank that motor,that way you have some working room.

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Is that pitting on your ca m lobe?My eyes aren't what they used to be.No one told me I could go blind.Haha

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Yes. The outer edge of #1 exhaust lob at the peak is pitted.


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