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I thought I was losing my mind until I saw Derrick's edit line.
Old 07-25-2018, 08:05 PM
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I thought I was losing my mind until I saw Derrick's edit line.


Yea, I thought it would be best to add the before pic to the same post. Good suggestion.


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Where are all the hookers & blow?oops wrong thread.Haha

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Big D,Great job looks nicer than my dr.s office.Whats all left to do on the 7d9?Did you ever get her dynoed?

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^^^ No Dyno time yet. I've been slammed at work and trying to get the garage done.
The wife was getting tired of the shipping container full of my garage stuff in the driveway.

I had a rattle in the AC blower on low speed ever since I assembled it last winter. I finally got that fixed Tuesday. I had the fan about .5mm too close to the housing because the hamster wheel doesn't spin perfectly flat. There is a little wobble too it. I was shocked I actually got the blower assembly off/on without evacuating or removing the whole condenser unit. Getting the clips back on was the hardest part.

I need to remove my muffler assembly tonight and have it ceramic coated black to match the rest of the exhaust and help keep the bumper cool. I didn't have time in May.
I need to finish my Turbo radiator system. It will be a good time to do that with the muffler off.
And I need to install a oil breather catch can.

Long term the engine oil cooler o-rings started leaking. Not bad; four or five drips after a week of setting. I fixed every dam leak the car had, but a new one decided to start.
I think I'll wait for a couple more leaks before I worry about it.

I'm just a couple small items from being 100% on this car. Then it's onto the 74 Autocross / Hot Rod project. I'll need a good body and paint guy for that one Kevin!
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Derrick,

Where are you sending your exhaust to get powder coated?

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Where are you sending your exhaust to get powder coated?

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Exhaust Coatings | Powdercoat-It

This place is 15 min from me. They are a Certified Cerakote applicator.
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I have had alot of success with ceramic coating on aall my restorations.

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