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Old 02-04-2017, 04:31 AM
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1) How'd you get that thing so shiny?
2) What are the burn marks on that one gear?
2) What benefit does G50 axles/flanges provide if the weak link is the internal gears?
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Where did you get the center fill gas tank part?you found
Hi David You can buy that filler kit at Sierra madre / Or Restoration design
they got it on stock

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Questions:

1) How'd you get that thing so shiny?
2) What are the burn marks on that one gear?
2) What benefit does G50 axles/flanges provide if the weak link is the internal gears?

1) I just had it tumbled and it came out really really shiny!
2) That gear was welded
3) The G50 axles have the larger cv's, It is a street car so not to much strain on the drivetrain. The weak link has more to do with the driver and how it is driven, i.e. revving the motor and dumping the clutch for one.

The trans and motor are both being built by Mark Kinninger in San Diego, he is the lead tech at Black Forest Automotive. He has been doing a lot of 3.6 conversions into earlier cars over the years and has a lot of insight and is a great help with the whole process.

Don't know why the pictures are coming out sideways






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Wow ! your not going to drive that on the road and get it dirty?????
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Don't know why the pictures are coming out sideways
Probably because they're a vertical format aspect ratio. If the pics are wider then they are tall, they should show up that way. The software tends to orient the photos in landscape format.
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Looking great Dave!
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Just picked up the crank from having the middle main journal cross drilled, main bearings grooved to match and coated.

It had already been polished and magna fluxed, and now ready for assembly.
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Having a bespoke fuel filler made for the new car, drawing and the 3D printed sample. We have made a couple tweeks and the final product will be slightly different

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That is a very nice looking cap, Dave.

I especially like the one in the render with the slightly shorter fin on it. Is that a one off for this car or are you thinking of selling them?
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Having a bespoke fuel filler made for the new car, drawing and the 3D printed sample. We have made a couple tweeks and the final product will be slightly different

So you are going from being just a "user" to a "dealer" now?!?! Is that where this headed? DAMNIT DAVE! My build is already WAY over budget......Anyway, send me a catalog and price list. ; )
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Thank you for the compliments, not so sure about becoming a dealer, I am
going to make 4 but I already have 3 cars lined up for them at the moment. Let me see what pricing will be first before I say anymore.
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Got these mounted and ready to go!
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Started welding the flares on today, and some of the engine parts getting ready for assembly. This time going full tilt 3.8 with the Mahle Motorsport P&C, cross drilled crank, Pauter rods, fresh headwork, mild port, new valves, guides, ti retainers, PMO ITB with Rasant Performance EFI hoping for 375hp this time around, Mark Kinninger is doing all the motor and trans work and a lot of consulting, and my father in law Benny Flores is doing the body and paint and this and that, and you get the idea.....





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Inconsequential question: Why PMO intakes over the straight Jensens?
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Inconsequential question: Why PMO intakes over the straight Jensens?
Because they come in the kit with linkage, nuts, bolts, washers, air cleaners etc.
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