Aaron's SL-C build...

My radiator outlet duct has been a long time coming and today is the first drive with it installed. I’m anxious to see how much heat this drives away from soaking the foot box area. This modification is going to be really important to improve the capability of the A/C in the passenger area.
 

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Make some molds and sell these. No serious build should be without this. This modification is not necessary if you are cruising at minivan speeds to car shows with a stock GM crate motor. I would also expect it to significantly decrease the amount of front end lift at higher speeds.
 
The radiator outlet duct is very effective at moving the radiator heat out and away from the foot box. . Next is vacuuming down my A/C and checking for leaks.
 
I'm wokring on interior door cards. I need to add a battery cutoff since opening up the rear clamp each time to activate the battery is a bit of work. I have to detach the rear wing uprights and bracing each time... I'm planning a mechanical battery cut-off as Dan Carter did on his build.

I'm gonna drive the shit out of this thing.. Let's see what fails...
 

Neil

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I'm wokring on interior door cards. I need to add a battery cutoff since opening up the rear clamp each time to activate the battery is a bit of work. I have to detach the rear wing uprights and bracing each time... I'm planning a mechanical battery cut-off as Dan Carter did on his build.

I'm gonna drive the shit out of this thing.. Let's see what fails...
Most sanctioning organizations require a battery disconnect switch. Find out where they want you to mount it first so you won't have to move it later. there is a lot of el cheapo stuff on the market- use a good switch! I use the two-terminal version of this switch since my car does not have an alternator:

 

Howard Jones

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Aaron, I would be interested in purchasing one from you if we can work that out. I'll watch your progress and we can talk later if you are so inclined.
 
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