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    Rufus GT-R

    Next was to make the air intake tunnels that connect the upper clam scoops through the upper wheel well liner (from H) to the transitions. Made the transitions using a plastic container I found that worked perfectly. Bonded the wheel well liners to the rear clam after cutting holes for the air...
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    Rufus GT-R

    Made AL strips from 3/16 X 1" flat bar and bent it to fit on the back side of the front opening for the radiator bonded the strip to the top and bottom after drilling and tapping holes to 10/24 button head screws. These will hold the AL screen in place. Fit the screen and fastened it down. Oh...
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    Rufus GT-R

    EPowerSteering has a new website. He is extremely helpful and has great prices. Check him out if you are considering electric power steering. This is who I used. https://epowersteering.com/
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    Kurtiss' GT-R

    Clean install!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Steve's GT-R Build Thread

    Way to go Steve
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    Rufus GT-R

    There is a half inch piece of aluminium bonded to the hood that brings the hinge slightly out to the edge of the fiberglass flange you made when you cut out the hood. I drilled and tapped the 1/2 " Al for mounting the hinge to the hood. I used the plywood to keep the Al pieces parallel to...
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    Rufus GT-R

    Been busy with my son's F150 Ecoboost truck. Finally back to the GT-R. Made brackets, mounts and trim pieces for the sound system. Continue with body fitment and body work. Front clam and hood are 90% worked and have started on the rear clam fitment. Installed a bow to put more arch in the...
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    Rufus GT-R

    1/2 x 1-1/2 x 10. The length will depend on the length of your hinge.
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    H Craft GT-R, Jared's build.

    https://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalog/cmpages/moldrelease2.php?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIlvP7kqfr5wIVkZJbCh0Uqw-zEAQYAyABEgIYv_D_BwE
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    Michael's GT-R Build

    Nice work Mike;)
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    Steve's GT-R Build Thread

    good progress;)
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    Michael's GT-R Build

    Mike The two six pin connectors behind the heads are for the O2 sensors that will go in your exhaust. The connectors that are in between the heads are for the stock Coyote intake that control the intake flappers. These connectors are not used and should be wrapped up with electrical tape.
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    Michael's GT-R Build

    Mine are Landrum 600 LB 4" tall
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    Steve's GT-R Build Thread

    Kurtiss' GT-R build log page 7, he has a nice set of drawings (PDF)that identify many of the pin outs. The drawings are for the Infinity box but the pin outs are the same. I have used these drawings a lot and they work perfect for the steering column connections.
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    Michael's GT-R Build

    You ran yours just like I did. I think the angle is better than the 90 degree pattern. The angle should help with filling the tank. Don't forget to put the check valve in the filler pipe some where as the fuel will go up and out under hard braking. I bought a 1-1/2" surge protector from...
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