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  • #12303
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    • VR Senator LSx454 1960 Kombi (project) 1921 Nash Hot Rod (future project)

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    Personal preference, I don’t like them, more places to leak, and it means the lines stick out further.  Grommets can look neat, its more about spending time on the lines themselves imo.  Excuse my filthy bay btw.

     

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    #12608
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    Pick up new diff tonight. Pumped !!

    #12609
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    More info, ratio, type etc?

    #12610
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    :yahoo: Shortened Borgy

    31 spline, full spool 3.45

    comes with upper and lower control arms. Sway bars and deep dish ceptors

    #12611
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    Nice, this build is certainly coming along at a rate mate, awesome.

    #12612
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    Will you offer joy rides when its done?

    #12616
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    …. full spool ….

    Say’s the guy who claims “I’ll never get a spool”

    #12619
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    Blasphemy. Race car full spool

    So the diff is this short hahaha

    Came with these too

    Sump all cleaned + ASR windage tray

    #12620
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    Blasphemy. Race car full spool.

    That’s why I don’t get the brake lines ;-)

    #12624
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    Blasphemy. Race car full spool.

    That’s why I don’t get the brake lines

    gotta look fly

    #12639
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    Pretty sure last thing anyone is going to notice on this bad boy when they open the bonnet is the brake lines.

    #12643
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    Pretty sure last thing anyone is going to notice on this bad boy when they open the bonnet is the brake lines.

    no, but it will be the first thing I mention LOL

    anyways I’ve already cut them out

    #12646
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    Like the rims :)

    #12713
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    Build is moving along quickly!! You must have a money tree hidden in the backyard

    munch munch ls1s for lunch
    Best 1/4 mile 13.1@105mph 60ft-1.8sec Reaction time .8 sec 0/100-4.8sec

    #12714
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    Got a spare hour or two. So I had a fiddle getting it ready to drop in.

    Progress so far

    ASR Windage Tray + Improved Racing Baffle all installed

    Ls1 sump on

    This is why the LSA is boss the tech compared to the ls1 is way ahead of time. Bit like comparing 304 to ls1

    Factory Headers. Make for good turbo logs 😉

    Last but not least. 3 of my knuckles.

    #12734
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    Whats a build without a little bit of skinned knuckle action :-)

    So whats your plan re K member clearance, I know you have said you are just going to wing it, but seems a bit dumb given all the planning you have done on everything else.  Get the sump corners trimmed back and plates tig welded in.  Seriously its nothing compared to everything else your doing?

    #12735
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    I’m gunna just drop it in and have a suss first. Plan was to do it all today. Was ready to roll and then worked out. I don’t have any engine mount bolts. FML!!?

    Packed up and went 4wd’ing instead lol

    #12737
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    Lol sometimes the simplest things fuck you over the hardest

     

     

     

     

    munch munch ls1s for lunch
    Best 1/4 mile 13.1@105mph 60ft-1.8sec Reaction time .8 sec 0/100-4.8sec

    #12742
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    Always the case.

    #12766
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    This looks like it’s going to be an awesome build. Keep up the good work.

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