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greengoblin's AWD Project

greengoblin

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Let see it’s been a while. Well I have my drysump tank now. So let sow of some bling pics first. The tank was built by AH Fabrication . They have top notch service and very rapid turn around. I was super impressed with them!
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ec17pse

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Let see it’s been a while. Well I have my drysump tank now. So let sow of some bling pics first. The tank was built by AH Fabrication . They have top notch service and very rapid turn around. I was super impressed with them!
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Looks great, i actually rang AH the other day to talk to them weird you end up with a product from them. Maybe it was a weird instinct thing to call them
 

greengoblin

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Looks great, i actually rang AH the other day to talk to them weird you end up with a product from them. Maybe it was a weird instinct thing to call them
I plan on getting a few more things from them. They make some really nice oil coolers and they are priced reasonably.
 

greengoblin

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A custom radiator is going to be built for the car and with how tight the packaging is a full mock up one is being built out of wood. It’s cheap, fast to build and allows me to visualize everything. The lower mounts are going to use locating pins on the bottom of the radiator and two brackets welded on the core and splitter support that have rubber bushings. I’m not sure on the top mount just yet.
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ec17pse

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I plan on getting a few more things from them. They make some really nice oil coolers and they are priced reasonably.
They do make some nice stuff. I had a wonder around the site last week. Im getting my cores from a company here for rad and oil and gonna make my own but they air cooled rather then water cooled.

Rad project is looking good. That all being enclosed in so that rad fan can pull in air through the system? Any reason for pusher rather then a puller at the back to open up the whole surface area on the front for air flow?
 

ec17pse

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It will have sealed ducting. I went with a pusher to keep the fan away from the exhaust heat and to allow room for a larger turbo down the road.
Planning ahead for the turbo. Always the way. That way its done once and saves money down the road.
 

greengoblin

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Fire wall design, mock up and cut out. Pencils, markers, cardboard tape measure, laser, nibbler,grinder, cleco clips ,madness and guessing. Good times. I still have more to do.


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godschylde777

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Hey bro. How are you? I remember our conversation when you said it would never be done. However, I understand now. It is food for the mind to have something to accomplish. I finished mine, let it sit for three years, then went back and did things I wanted to do back in the days. She has transformed so much. I will post new completed pics in about two weeks with dyno sheets, God willing.

This car is absolutely amazing. I would love one day to fly down and help for a few days.
 
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