Got a killer deal on this thing $300 with a harness shipped!
For first set of headers I've ever built id say they are pretty good , it was just a steel weld up kit so i didn't bother paying someone else to tig weld them that 18 gauge is hard to get a pretty bead on with a 350 amp mig welder though.
The abs may have some heat problems right there
I got my PurePower Reusible billet remote mounted oil filter in and the front Hotchkiss sway bar. I got lucky that the sway bar clears my oil pan because when I designed the pan it wasn't in the car and totally forgot about it.
fast fuel rails on a stock intake make me feel stupid but the truck ones looked like crap and my dad had a set so.....
im still using the 6.0l truck fuel injectors though and they are a half inch shorter than the car ones this intake and fuel rails are designed for so i had to make custom mounting clamps to hold them down ,pics tomorrow.
In case anybody was wondering what radiator hoses from autozone will work on your ls swapped is300 here's the part numbers
I got them more than half off with my commercial account
I couldnt find a regular hose for the bottom but this flexible line fits pretty dang good.
The upper just needs to be trimmed to length.
When some jacka** sells you an intake manifold on ebay and doesn't tell you its missing a vacuum fitting that you cant buy ,you get on the laithe turn up a block off plate and epoxy that sucker in!
My clutch pedal came out better than i could have ever hoped for ! It sits level ,uses the full throw of the Willwood master cylinder which is the same displacement of my slave cylinder ,looks like the other pedals and only cost me about $80 cash and a day.
I still need to clean up the stainless, my insulation mess ,and vacuum all of the metal shavings up.
My favorite pic of the car before.