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Old March 23rd, 2016, 02:55 PM   #101
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Zach, congratulations on this great project. It is inspirational mto many of us. Perhaps you have already figured it out, but is the power steering reservoir mighty close to a hot exhaust pipe?
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Zach, congratulations on this great project. It is inspirational mto many of us. Perhaps you have already figured it out, but is the power steering reservoir mighty close to a hot exhaust pipe?
It's about as far as I can get it away from the pipe. I've considered relocating the reservoir separate from the pump but I can't really find a good spot to put it. I plan to wrap the side of the reservoir with some gold heat foil and hope it does the trick.

Only one way to find out if it's too close unfortunately when this is relatively unexplored!
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Coated the manifolds last night in VHT. I will let the paint dry and then bake the coating in before wrapping them in DEI wrap.

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Finished up the rear of the car this weekend.

Same as the front, I decided to clean up the suspension from 20 years of build-up.



Also installed the new rear coilovers. I had the same issue as some others where the rear lower forks on the BC's were much wider than the bushing. I had to use a Grade-8 washer on each side to reduce the amount of compression I had to put the forks in during the final torque sequence. The odd thing is, the stickers on the BC's still say "1996-2010". Oh well, they fit fine with the two washers, so I'm okay with it. Should not effect the function in the least bit.



Lastly, since I'm adding more power and couldn't really launch last year at the strip, this year I am doing some mods to change that.

New 800whp half-shafts that can withstand some more drag strip abuse from Unitrax.



Also installed new sway-bar end links as well as Energy poly bushings for the sway-bar.

Everything installed and cleaned up.





Lastly, finally got my Gen 3 intake back from the powdercoater.

Just layed it on there for now until I get some other things figured out before final install, but should look pretty good.

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Regarding the lower coil over forks, just get you some GEN3/4 lower shock mount bushings. They bolt right onto your control arms and properly support the bolting without washers or any unnecessary compression of the forks.


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Regarding the lower coil over forks, just get you some GEN3/4 lower shock mount bushings. They bolt right onto your control arms and properly support the bolting without washers or any unnecessary compression of the forks.


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I was wondering about that. Thanks for the advice. My stockers are pretty worn out anyway from the looks of it.
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Looking great!

Keep the updates coming. I love shit like this
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Old April 4th, 2016, 04:38 PM   #108
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I messed around with some random stuff the last week.

Thursday, I spent the night with my buddy Dan who is a Megasquirt guru. He is designing/building an MS3 setup for this car, and so he came over with the preliminary jumper harness he designed to do some testing. Everything went super smooth and we confirmed the ignition system, injectors, and all other sensors were working correctly running through the MS3. Most of it is over my head but I'm learning slowly.

In addition, my plan was to get the intake accessorized and ready to go back on the car for good. This may sound simple, but there are a lot of sensors and vacuum lines that plug into the intake, and since this intake was not designed for this car, I had to consider sensor compatibility and positioning with the stock harness.

First for the simple things, I needed to update my injector harness from the stock EV1 connectors to USCAR to accept the ID1000 injectors.



Also decided to throw on the new fuel rails, and ID1000's.

fresh and crispy injectors.





New fuel rails to fit the Gen 3 intake. I had them anodized black. They are -8 supply and -6 return to the regulator.



Also added all the intake accessories. TPS sensor, IAC module, MAP sensor, etc.

Also added the new BBK throttle body for the final time with new gasket.





Wish I would've gotten farther on this, but I ordered 90 fittings to come off the fuel rails for the returns back to the regulator and they don't fit. Turns out I need 45's, so I re-ordered from Summit and now I wait!
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Old April 4th, 2016, 04:38 PM   #109
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Also, in an effort to set my project even further behind scheduled completion date, I decided to add a big brake setup. I can safely say this is a car that needs it. No idea why but the stock brakes are on these cars are tiny for the power levels. In the half mile event I did last year, the runout was relatively short and it was frightening trying to stop in time on these stock brakes.

For my setup, I am using:

Gen 3 front 4 piston Brembos
14" OEM rotors with e-coated hats
EBC yellow stuff brake pads
IPSCO front caliper conversion brackets (allows the SRT brembos to fit)
IPSO rear caliper conversion brackets (allows the stock front Gen 2 brembos to fit on the rear of the car)
13" front rotors move to the rear.
Front Gen 2 Brembos move to the rear.
Rear conversion brackets to adapt the stock rear caliper to be used as the parking brake.
VHT gold caliper paint
VHT clearcoat caliper paint
Viper high temp decals

Here's the stock setup on the front of the gen 2 with 13" rotors and smallish Brembos.



New billet conversion brackets and hardware for the front.



Front assembly mockup with 14" rotors, Gen 3 SRT Brembos, and brackets.



Now that the fitment is verified, I can paint the calipers.

Moving to the rear, here is the stock TINY calipers on 12" rotors. The OEM brake bias on a gen 2 is terrible, it's all to the front and the rears do almost nothing.



Parking brake and everything removed from the rear.



In order for the Gen 2 front calipers to fit, you have to cut the stock casting off to fit the conversion brackets.

I didn't waste any time and busted out the cutoff wheel and belt sander.

Here's the casting cutoff and smoothed with the belt sander.



Rear conversion brackets fitted.



Next up is to paint the front SRT calipers, do final fitment so I can swap the caliper line quickly from the current front calipers, then I can paint the Gen 2 fronts and fit them to the rears.
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such an awesome build!!!!!!
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Old April 11th, 2016, 11:32 AM   #112
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Got a little more done on the brakes this week.

Cut the driver side rear casting off. Glad to be done with this and all the metal shavings filling up my garage.



Also, cleaned up the calipers, sanded them, taped them off, and painted them VHT Gold.





New high temp black decals applied.



After the decals, shot them with clear to protect everything.



Test fit on car. Still need to throw the pads on, and run to the store to buy some new copper washers for the brake lines to finish the install. I ran out of VHT gold to get good coverage on the rear calipers and parking brakes. Paint gets here today and I'll finish up those as well.







Also made one more iteration of a power steering bracket in an attempt to finalize the design to create room for the downpipe, radiator hose, and power steering lines, all while keeping the serpentine belt wrapped properly.





Things are so tight, still might need to adjust it again and remake

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LOVING the gold calipers. Nice.
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here's to pretending to be as talented as you, nice work.
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Old April 14th, 2016, 12:31 PM   #117
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Got a present in the mail yesterday.

Viper Spec TR6060 from a 2009 Viper with 4k miles on the clock. Wish I could've found a 2010 for the 5th and 6th gear ratios but no dice.

I didn't really want to replace a transmission right now but my T56 will be in the "danger zone" once this turbo is up and running. I'd rather pull it now before blowing it up.

This Viper TR6060 should hold north of 1000whp with zero issues. I will be keeping the Viper T56 to go behind the BBC on the chevelle next winter.

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i think the 2010 only has a different 5th. It's a small detail.
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bad ass build! Its awesome to see people finally building these cars. All these years people were afraid to touch them. Who knew there was this serious duty race car under all that old tech.
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I've been messing with all the small details of the intake manifold lately so I can put on the manifold for good and possibly fill the engine with fluids and crank it over to check out the MS3.

I made a 3D printed bracket to double up on the coil mounting bracket to hold my fuel regulator.



This lets the FPR sit at the correct height for the 90 fittings on the return lines to fit without interference. I also swapped out the -8 fittings for -6 return fittings since that is what my rails are set up for



With the FPR mounted, I could now make my return lines. I used Summit premium nylon black braided and the appropriate -6 fittings.



With the fuel lines done, I needed to create boost references for the FPR and also for the boost solenoid, both of which I will be mounting under the intake. I decided to forego the standard rubber vacuum lines, which have poor routings, look hideous, and are prone to failure and went for stainless -4 lines with AN flare fittings.

Had to buy an AN flare tool to make these. The Ridgid tools are great, I already had one for my double flares and liked it so picked up the 37 degree AN tool.



To hide the routing as best as I could, I decided to drill/tap the NPT to -4 fitting for the FPR reference on the rear of the intake.





Used my handy dandy sheetmetal bits which make perfect plugs and remove any risk of cracking the intake.



Drilled and tapped for 1/8 NPT.



90 fitting installed.



Moving to the front of the intake, I needed to plug the old port for the crankcase vent so I found a rubber Cap at O'reilly's that fit perfectly.



I'll probably need to add a worm clamp to make sure it doesn't blow off under boost.



With that done, I also needed a boost reference for my boost control solenoid which will run to my wastegates. Drilled another hole.



Tapped to perfection



1/8 NPT to -4 fitting installed.



With the ports located, I could now make my SS lines. Ferrule and tube nut add to the flare.



Started at the fitting for the regulator and worked my bends up to the rear manifold port by taking the manifold off and on about 5x.





Finished. You won't even see it once the cowl is re-installed.

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