Been doing some interior work
They work pretty good!Nice...that's the first time I've seen Cal Tracs on a JeepMade the switch from street to sand
Got the clutch adjusted correctly Saturday. Best time was 4.80 seconds at 65 MPH in 100 yards. I need to get my wife ratio transmission done. I will get it in the 4.60's soon. Always room for improvement.Test and tune yesterday, Race today. It's launching good but having trouble getting into high gear. Still adjusting clutch linkage. I've not had this issue in the past, but I will figure it out.
Thanks.I knew you would work out the clutch adjustment. I can't tell you how many times I have rolled into the staging lanes for the first round of eliminations, having just made an adjustment, chasing something or another, hoping it works when I launch on the first pass that counts. Congrats!
I typically ripped the case in half, or lost the gears. I haven't broke one since I put the cal track bars on.Thanks! Ever since I broke mine, a lot of people have been saying the same thing.Nice video. I can't tell you how many Dana 20 transfer cases I've gone through. I'm sure it's in the double digits.
Ever try the HD output?
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I've also found the hole for the steering box adjustment to be a very good beer holder.I also find beer is an excellent muscle relaxant for the pain from hours of sanding.
Thanks. Yes pre bent tubes.Nice work. Are you using pre bent tubes?Building headers
Thanks, I put a bend in the collector to get the mufflers on, a little more welding then they are off to get coated.Nice work, snaking around the steering shaft. That exhaust thrust is going to push your front wheels higher.
Crank case evacuation, pulls all the crank case pressure out into the exhaust. I didn't really plan in that kind of hose but it should work. If not I'm out $11So like what does the kitchen sink sprayer hose and check valve accomplish being stuck into the header?