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Post  Tony M on October 1st 2012, 4:55 pm

damn thats nice ! Cool
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Post  NO FAIR on October 7th 2012, 12:30 pm

I still think this has 1000 hp in it overdriven with race gas.
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on October 8th 2012, 9:40 am

NO FAIR wrote:I still think this has 1000 hp in it overdriven with race gas.
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Ya I'm sure with some tuning and a little more boost the race gas would allow us to see the 1000hp marker. On the rd I'm more than happy with 790tq ....you look at the gas pedal wrong and the tires will be smoking!
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Post  bruno on October 8th 2012, 10:42 am

very nice build , props to you and Oakley Motorsports for a very nice piece on pump gas

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Post  66prostreetfairlane on November 25th 2012, 8:41 pm

well we have been cutting, grinding, bending, and welding some sheet metal. The radiator support/shroud is in it's rough form. We will do some body work to it and get it painted engine color down the road. There will be an A/C condensor in the front of the radiator that goes the full width in it's own metal support box. I also have two B&M super coolers that will be mounted behind each bottom headlight delete with their own 9" fans. The drivers side will be an extra cooler for the radiator due to running a/c and being boosted it will need the help. The passenger side will be for a transmission cooler. We also plan on having a chin spoiler that mounts off the bottom of the radiator support to bring up more air.

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The sheet metal piece will be painted the same blue the motor is.

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Got some tabs tig welded for mounting and there will be rubber in between on final assembly

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The tag board template will be sent in to have a custom stainless piece cut.

The motor will also be delivered this week, so will be making a roller cart for that. bounce
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on December 2nd 2012, 9:50 pm

well the motor has made it home!

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Post  Blownshotgun on January 20th 2013, 8:52 am

Awesome project, gonna be a nice drive on the street Very Happy
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on January 20th 2013, 5:59 pm

Blownshotgun wrote:Awesome project, gonna be a nice drive on the street Very Happy

thank you...it will have been a project that has been a part for roughly 25 years once it's done....can't wait to take that first drive with Dad since he has had it over 30 years. bounce
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Post  67460 on January 20th 2013, 10:30 pm

Very cool, nice job.
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Post  70FB on January 20th 2013, 11:13 pm

66prostreetfairlane wrote:
Blownshotgun wrote:Awesome project, gonna be a nice drive on the street Very Happy

thank you...it will have been a project that has been a part for roughly 25 years once it's done....can't wait to take that first drive with Dad since he has had it over 30 years. bounce
I finally got mine in the 9's and thats what my dad wanted with his 66 mustang. He past at 58 yrs old and only made it to 13's because of us......(we were hell)... I will continue to put it there for him regardless. I love the build and if you ever need any help I'm in central va bro.
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on November 16th 2014, 7:22 pm

Been silent for a while on the board, but we have been working some fab on the car and getting some big parts. Rear shocks, drive shaft, and front sway bar are all that is left complete the drive-line. Noteable items inbound include a grill with center and bottom cross bar, NOS quality center medallion for grill, another pair of hood inserts said to be almost perfect, rear trunk molding. I have all of them items already, but i managed to find some much better quality ones.

Picked up a nodular 3rd member, Moser Wavetrac unit, 4.11 gears, and it's a 35 spline unit
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Gear Vendors Overdrive unit should make this beast much more fun to drive on the street with 6 speeds.
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Picked up two aluminum battery tray holders for the red top and yellow top i will be running. The floor mount in the rear fend area has been built as well since buying the units.
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Vintage Air Gen IV a/c, heat, defrost unit

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Fuel Line - 12AN tank to fuel pump/ 10AN pump to regulator/ 8AN pump to tank return. All line is is stainless braided with teflon lining.
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28 circuit painless wiring kit. Not pictured, but recently purchase is the painless wiring phantom key module allowing push button start without a key.
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FAB work:

Fuel cell mounted
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Fuel pump mounted
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battery mount
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Watts link bars remade with right/left hand bungs and a nut welded in the center for easy adjustment.
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currently working to get the 4 link brackets mounted on the rear end and rear sway bar mounted.
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Post  res0rli9 on November 16th 2014, 7:53 pm

Look-in good.Cool

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Post  66prostreetfairlane on January 5th 2015, 1:25 am

well we got the new rear section of the frame reconfigured. The 4 link kit is from competition Engineering, real nice chromoly tubes. Dad was able to create the shock mounts as well for the double adjustable QA1's i picked up. The last portion left to complete the rear suspension is a the sway bar kit and welding in the wheeling bar mounts.

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QA1 Double Adjustables
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Post  jasonf on January 5th 2015, 11:24 am

Is there a reason you put the watts link on top of the diff like that?
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on January 5th 2015, 4:45 pm

jasonf wrote:Is there a reason you put the watts link on top of the diff like that?

The center pinion is centered in the car and not offset like they usually are. By having it angled like that the center of the watts link is centered over the housing.

Edit: if your talking about why it's on the top vs off the back it was more due to the frame layout. The bars and brackets would have been much longer of the back.
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Post  FalconEh on January 19th 2015, 10:02 pm

Bump, for more on this Wicked Cool Build
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Post  66prostreetfairlane on January 19th 2015, 11:25 pm

FalconEh wrote:Bump, for more on this Wicked  Cool Build

The wheeling bar brackets are in and the rear sway bar is the next thing in line. Dad has been working on building a bead roller on steroids for the floor pans and other uses. It has a gear reduction unit on it and a treadmill control. I'll see if i can upload a pic later. Other than that the JD2 model 32 bender showed up about a week ago and needs a stand. We will be converting it over for use with a pneumatic air to bend up the roll cage. After the sway bar is done on the rear it will be time to move back to the front and start thinking about a sway bar up there. The real motor will need to be dropped in to finish up on the accessory mounts. Things have changed since we were last were working them as we went away from a mechanical water pump to an electric one that will be mounted most likely somewhere off the the front motor plate.

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Post  66prostreetfairlane on February 7th 2015, 8:24 pm

We got the rear end sway bar mounted, shock mounts completed, wheelie bar mounts completed. Now that everything is tacked we will pull the rear end out and fully weld all the mounts, sand blast it, and prime it. All of the bars with end bungs tacked will be sent to tig welded.
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I also received the BBC crank support mount from RBS Supercharger. We will be able to put the hub on the bottom blower pulley, put the bearing on it and support the long crank. I'm using everything that the big block chevy unit includes except im having custom space stands made. The mount that would normally bolt into the BBC block happens to clear everything on my front motor plate so it should work out nicely. I am also having a custom blower belt guard made that will clamp to my snout due to how long it is.
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Post  gmsmkr on February 8th 2015, 12:50 pm

WOW!!!! This thing is a work of art.... Damn sexy nice work sunny
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Post  FalconEh on February 8th 2015, 5:54 pm

Thanks for the update... Keep up the great work, that is gonna be One Sweet Street Monster Cool
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Post  70FB on February 9th 2015, 8:01 pm

That's going to be a hell of a ride there!
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Post  gas6999 on March 20th 2015, 7:32 am

I know one thing you will be glad you put the anti roll bar in that car.

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Post  66prostreetfairlane on September 29th 2015, 12:04 am

Well as many can attest to divorce can make projects dicey and this one has been no exception. That along with life in general happening and Dad stretched thin between all projects and a new job we are making progress as quick as time and life allows. I am due to start a new job in the next week as well to make priorities such as my daughter the focal point.

That being said we are finishing up the accessories mounting and the upper blower snout support. Keith will be making the support for us once we have the template. There will be some fancy cutouts in the upper blower snout support in to make it look a little nicer and match the March brackets we have on some of the accessories.

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Post  66prostreetfairlane on October 1st 2015, 2:08 am

I made the call to DevilsOwn today and talked to their tech about a water meth injection kit for my setup. We will be mounting a tank in the trunk and it will kick on after 6 psi. 91 pump gas will be equivalent to 116 octane with two #10 nozzles mounted in the carb plate on the blower. A mix of 50/50 should bring down intake temps upwards of 200 degrees and provide the ability to run some higher boost. SOoo technically I will be over 1000hp with 91 pump gas in the tank. The kit is a hell of lot cheaper then the other large name coming in at $430 plus shipping with a 6 gallon tank.
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