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    Yes, share the love.

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    Looking good! love to see another LSJ swap.
    IN THE END...THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE! 72 El Camino 5.3 T56 swap DD----95 SC2 LSJ 13.90@104MPH stock pulley. Drag racing is for quick cars... Roll racing is for fast cars! OWNER OF THE WORLDS FIRST LSJ POWERED 95 SC2!

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    Thanks for all the positive feedback guys! New vid is up!

    https://youtu.be/zjnhDdZAh1Q


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    I'm ready to see a burn out!
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    New vid is up, check it out here!

    https://youtu.be/N58Dm_1osqU


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    New video up! I start to deal with how to convert the steering.

    https://youtu.be/ht4jENzaZmg


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    Nice work, keep it up! I wish I lived closer so I could help!
    It's not my fault, blame the radiation.

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    New video is up, steering conversion was a real pain!

    https://youtu.be/-fAXuiPiSkA


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieSatty View Post
    Nice work, keep it up! I wish I lived closer so I could help!
    Thanks!

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    Looking good!


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    That steering looked like a bigger pain than i thought it would be, but I like how you went about it.
    It's not my fault, blame the radiation.

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    New build log vid is up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieSatty View Post
    That steering looked like a bigger pain than i thought it would be, but I like how you went about it.
    It was a pain, basically spent a whole weekend upside down under the dash. Thanks! I'm looking forward to seeing how it drives

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    I like how quickly this is coming along.

    Keep up the good work sir.
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    New video is up! I'm caught up on editing now so the videos will be coming out as the work gets done. I have a bunch of parts currently being shipped, and hopefully will be welding up the exhaust this weekend.

    https://youtu.be/8KY5w6AlVFU


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    Burn out burn out burn out.
    -6S Resident Mechanical Forensics member #001.
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    Excellent work man!
    It's not my fault, blame the radiation.

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    looks great!
    IN THE END...THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE! 72 El Camino 5.3 T56 swap DD----95 SC2 LSJ 13.90@104MPH stock pulley. Drag racing is for quick cars... Roll racing is for fast cars! OWNER OF THE WORLDS FIRST LSJ POWERED 95 SC2!

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    Looking good.
    Those wheel dollies are great. I never would have been able to finish mine in the time I did without them. They make it so easy to move the car around in the garage.
    The stock wiring goes on the outside under the fender. You can take the wheel liner out and see the harness. It might be a good option for you to get the harness into the cabin.
    The surge tank... I don't expect that epoxy to hold for long. Get a "plan b" ready. See if you can get an aluminum universal tank that will work. Or, what I did, I tacked together a tank out of steel and my friend used the steel on as a template to make an aluminum one. You can get an aluminum radiator cap weld in gimmick for pretty cheap. I can't remember were I got mine but It was about $10. Here is an example from summit...thought this one is about $25.
    https://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/ear-166015erl
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    Thanks for the feedback! I ended up routing the wiring through the stock hole in the firewall, it really wasn't much I had to pass through.

    Ya... the overflow tank, not sure how long that will hold but I got the good waterproof JB weld so well see.
    I'll definitely looking to implement a more robust solution, I'll look into those suggestions.

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