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Cut off the tube from the water pipe that goes toward the firewall and welded the hole shut.
A/c compressor bracket that bolts to the back of the block
A/c fuse box
Hacked the driver side motor mount bracket and took off the piece it bolts to on the front of the block.
Took out some wiring like for...
Here are a few pictures from when I had the dash out in order to take out the heater core and a/c boxes. After I took these pictures I also took off the brackets that held the boxes in place by drilling out the rivets. i then welded the holes shut.
Well, I picked the car up from NY and towed it to where I am in NC. When i picked it up I remembered that the head was off of it. I deecided to look and see if there was any rust on the cylinder walls and of course after a winter in Syracuse with no head on it it has rust on the walls. It looks like I should be able to clean it up. If not, then the goal will turn into 10's on a built bottom end with...
As the title says my goal for this car is to run 10's with the 50 trim while keeping the stock bottom end. I am going to try and do it on just boost. But I have a bottle waiting to go on the car and will put it on if need be to reach my goal. Once I reach that goal or the bottom end goes(whichever comes first) I am going to build the block and will add pictures from that to this thread also. I will...
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