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What is used ? by Lou6t4gto
Started on: 10-01-2013 11:14 AM
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Last post by: sco77 on 10-01-2013 05:53 PM
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for the 3800SC swap. when making the" thermostat Housing" using a fiero (top part of the housing) -WHAT is used for the LOWER part ?( that the fiero part gets welded to ??) the 3800 is aluminum, obviously a steel or tin lower portion is needed, but from What ? Link ? Thanks
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You use the entire thing..

What I did:

Cut the tstat with cut off wheel, cutting off the part I wasn't using in my setup (the heater hose connections):


Then let it sit on a sanding wheel to machine the surfaces level, welded it in my desired angle:




The holes on the flanges don't line up, you have to VERY lightly ream the holes towards the center, doing a little bit at a time until it works. Bolt it down with 3800 gasket (+ sealant) and use socket cap bolts.

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