Fabrication, Welding, Shop Tools, Tips & Techniques
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Yea, I sold all that stuff & decided to go pro charger. That was a 1071 BDS with Enderle bird catcher & EFI injection. I just can't leave well enough alone.
Well, it *is* a disease.
I've considered the same thing for mine. I'm not ready to make that leap, but it sure makes me breathe heavy...
Do you have any ETA on your build making noise and creating smoke ?
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evil16v wrote:I haven't gotten to play much though. I need to finished the wiring on the flow bench (I have everything for it) and build fixtures. I still need to build my RPC for the mill (I have everything for it too). I already rebuilt a motor for it.
be sure to post pix of your setup when done
'70 GS Stage 1, 466 BBB, 11:1,wiesco pistons, stock rod,ported Edelbrock heads, 1.6 rollers, single plain intake 950 proform,120GPH pump, 6AL,TH400, 1400/4000 switch pitch converter, 3.90 12bolt Chevy
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I used the Rustoleum 2 part epoxy also. The "Z" shop has been done for about 4 years or so now and other than a couple discolored spots from slag, cutting with the torch, it is in great shape. We also did our garage floor in 2002. It's staring to show a little tire wear from going in & out several times a day. (It doesn't like brake fluid though. Just make sure you wash it off right away if you spill and there's no problem).
That thing looks like it takes up a lot of floor space, just wanted to let you know I have plenty of room here. Go ahead and drop it off so you can park your daily driver there. I'm that nice of a guy.
73 Vette, moly back half
Pump gas 496
Two Pro Systems 950's
Chance 6000 converter
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