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Project "off the Rickst'er Scale" begins by Bozzie
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Time to put this baby back together





Remote oil filter back on

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Mounted the intercooler tank and routed the line for the Heat exchanger in the front, heat wrapped for freshness !






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Power steering cooler back up



Power steering pump mounted




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Moved the C500 connector to the drivers side behind the seat. Trying to keep the wiring on one side and away from belts and moving parts. Also , will be easier to just unplug the motor and drop it .

Breather installed

Intercooler return line and plumbing the filter


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New fuel pump installed, AN fitting and the tank is ready




Tank in. Because the 4" stretch was after the rear strap the tank went right back in place. It is however 4" forward of the rear bulkhead. No a problem but the fuel inlet to the tank is now to short. Ordered new 90degree fuel hose to replace the old ones.



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ECU bolted up in its new home. ALOT less wires into the rear console and when I need to drop the engine, I just unplug it !




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Cooler plumbed. It is routed to the front crossmember for now and the pump return. Not sure if i'll get it up and running this summer, or it'll be a winter project !



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Turbo block installed with gauge, lines to be added after the motors back in


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Power block installed. Controler for intercooler moved to firewall. Making things neat and easy to get to. With a 3.25" cradle stretch theres more than enough room for all this and it has plenty of air around it from getting to hot


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Oil cooler installed. Working on the plumbing for this. Its pretty tight in here.





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Have you thought about doing a splash of your modified windshield surround, that could save someone else (hint hint) a lot of work, I like the idea of being able to use the Sebring windshield without cutting it. Wish I thought of it.

Cant wait to see where you go with this.

Joe


Before you get too carried away, could I talk you into that "splash"?

Lookin' good

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Joe..... I think I missed your post ....not sure when you said that ! I do have plans of making "parts" to work with a sebring windshield. PM me what your timeframe is and what your thinkin.

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Evap Tank getting some Paint


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Switching over to the Engine now. New Flywheel from Spec Vers. 3800 Manual 5 sp without spacer



Heres where it gets interesting...... Manual flywheel with spacer for F40 Vers. F40 Spec Flywheel


Theres about 3/16 " difference between them. I think I know why my clutch was slipping now !!!!

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Spec 3+ Clutch Vers. Clutchnets Badest 6 Puck with Springs. Spec said they didn't make springs strong enough ...hence no springs. Clutchnet says otherwise and offers a said smoother engagement considering such a HOT clutch.....we'll see

Now....Spec Pressure plate Vers. Clutchnet . Clutchnet says Spec uses repurposed plates, hence the painted over rivets.... clutchnet you see rivets are not painted over.....Hmmmmmmmmmmm

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Back to the Body. With the drivetrain out and still awaiting some parts the body work and whatever else needs to be done is wicked easy now ! Shaping the rear quarter / its spaced out for some curves. Without the wheels to guide me as to where it needs to be this is pretty close till I can do any adjustments. I only glassed the last 6" of the lower quarter incase I need to adjust it later.




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FYI , I just Launched my new Website. Pontiacbuildersnortheast.com Check it out. Have some build links, parts and pics. Let me know what you think and if theres anything I can do for anybody !

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Inside quarter coming together




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Firewall coming together

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Here I welded in a brace for the lower bumper diffuser. This is just tagged in with screws for now to the diffuser but will be thru bolted later when final fitment is done.



Rear looking SOLID !


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Final pics of the Hatch for the night. All's tucked away neatly




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Man i love this project ! Bozzie how many layers thick is your glasswork typically ?

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Nice work. That's a load of work hours put into it. Are you building this car for someone else?

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Hello Tony ! How ya doing ? Typically my average is 4 layers of glass. Sometimes I try to keep it lighter in non stress areas or areas that i'll support later with 3 layers. When I make my sheets to build panels there usually 2 layers so I can work with them and after there shaped i'll add the final 2 layers. If there complex bends then Ill make a sheet of 1 layer... its real thin, and twist and shape it. I use Formica sheets like Archie does, and sometimes Formica shelving that i'll put together in a 90 degree to make bend shapes. Gotta Mc'Gyver it sometimes !!

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Hey Amida ! Well ,..... this car is ALL Mine Don't think anyone would justify spending money to build this one. Its my Therapy project, so its more the Journey then the destination. Probably why every time I think I got it right , I just tear it apart and do something different ! .................However........ I just got the 512 nose you sent me. It came I Amazing shape as your packing is second to none ! That is going on the black 88 CJB that im building for a customer. Pics to come. Thanks for your amazing work !!!



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Back onto the engine. Nows the time to make the wires go where I want them. I have made so many upgrades over the last few years that the wiring needs to be consolidated. Im also wiring it to make is super easy to unplug and drop the cradle. All ends will have plugs on them, there will be no need to go into the console for anything.



Here all the wires are plugged . I'll feed them into the center console and that will be the last time they come out. The plugs are outside, so simple



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Just trimming alittle around the gap in the door between the mirror. Im pretty much everywhere on this project as when the drive train goes back in next week the less to do the better !


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More fitting and finishing in the rear hips



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Time to do the final stretch on the cradle. I tack welded a piece of angle iron across the front of the front mounts. This will hold the spacing correct when I cut the arms. Then.....cut em' up !

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I then set the height of the mounts on the jackstands. The arms angle up so after the cut they have to go straight forward. Then I clamped some square tubing onto both ends to align them straight. Measured about 20 times, and now to weld it together.



Using a combination of 1" 2" and 3" steel I welded it tight

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coming together



Plated all the way around, I cut the front angle iron off and all that's left is to clean it up and put some paint on her ! 3.25" stretch

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My original hinge for the hatch was using the front hood hinge of the fiero. BUT thanks to Niel ive converted to impala hinges. So...... after I cut my old hinges out I needed to glass them over. Using Fleece I glass it up. I used a paint stirrer with masking tape on it to keep it from sticking to box it in and then just popped them off when it was dry.



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The plan on this is to make everything removable easly. So the rear quarter will be able to come off with the window still in. So where you see the yellow tape line is where im going to glass it to fit snuggle against the frame of the car. The window will be above this in its own frame.



Finished off the glassing on the top edge of the hatch..... 3 layers



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Joe..... I think I missed your post ....not sure when you said that ! I do have plans of making "parts" to work with a sebring windshield. PM me what your timeframe is and what your thinkin.

Boz


Made the post a bit over a year ago. PM sent.

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Great stuff Boz.

Someday when I get to the windshield, I'll drop you a note.

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Hello Tony ! How ya doing ? Typically my average is 4 layers of glass. Sometimes I try to keep it lighter in non stress areas or areas that i'll support later with 3 layers. When I make my sheets to build panels there usually 2 layers so I can work with them and after there shaped i'll add the final 2 layers. If there complex bends then Ill make a sheet of 1 layer... its real thin, and twist and shape it. I use Formica sheets like Archie does, and sometimes Formica shelving that i'll put together in a 90 degree to make bend shapes. Gotta Mc'Gyver it sometimes !!


Hi Boz,
Just to add clarification to our esteemed colleague's question, What weight glass are you using? and, typically how thick are you making it?

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Joe, So Sorry I missed that ! I got your PM, and ....also to Bob / RCR. As things progress here by the fall time I will me making a part for the Sebring windshield. I have a few parts cars that I can test it on. Also, on BOTH your builds they are a tremendous inspiration for me as I love to watch your journeys as well. Bob, as far as thickness's go. I use 1 1/2oz fabric , which is .045 thick. Most of my parts come out between 1/8 and 3/16" thick. On some parts that need reinforcement I go as far as a 1/4" The more shapes the part has I can stay at around 1/8 because the shapes make it stronger. Parts like the rear bumper are 1/4" Air ducts 1/8, rear hips and hatch 3/16 average. Hope that answers it !

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Throw out bearing...old and new. With all the pressure from the misaligned pressureplate nows the time to replace this thing. Don't want to have to dive all this deep after the fact !!


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New Flywheel mounted

Tranny cleaned up of all the crap. New bearing installed just because

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now clutch and pressure plate bolted up. Time to but these 2 together !!


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