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  1. Mstarkey3

    Has anyone run Spiral Turbo Baffles in the exhaust on a GT-40?

    I'm curious about these Spiral Turbo Exhaust inserts when it comes to mounting them right after the headers. The only reviews I can find are for Corvettes and Cobras with side pipes, or for full size front engine cars and trucks. I like the idea of having what looks like a straight pipe vs a...
  2. Mstarkey3

    G50/52 starter options

    I haven’t installed the starter until this weekend. I had to pull the engine and trans to fit a couple things and install the clutch. While it was out I put in the starter and was happy it turned the engine over quickly in the correct direction. I then found out while going back in that the...
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    RCR spinal column wiring harness options

    I’m curious what others have done with the wiring on a RCR. Specifically running the wiring harness to the rear of the car from the fuse block in the front. I’m thinking about running 5/8” tubes through the spinal column to connect to the heater at the proper points on the engine to make...
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    Trip to Circuit De Le Sarthe, Lemans France

    Ive been meaning to post these for a while. We were able to take a trip to France last year and visited Lemans. They have a really cool museum at the Circuit De Le Sarthe track. If youre in the area its definately worth a look. For a couple extra Euros you can walk the track which was really...
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    Fuel tank and pump setup with return style regulator.

    I have been researching and don't see a good option for using a return style regulator going into 2 fuel tanks. The only electric valve I can find uses plastic barb fittings. I found a few marine and aircraft valves, but I don't really like the thought of having to turn a lever, nor the way it...
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    Sean's RCR GT40 build

    Hi, I figured I would start a thread for my GT40 build on this site. I ordered my kit from RCR last month and cant wait until it is delivered sometime Mid January. I am excited to share this experience and hopefully get ideas/ suggestions from the group here on I am currently...