Thanks Bob. The coaters did a really good job. Took a couple hours to wrap and seal the things (and then another hour to scrub all of the ceramic off of my skin! LOL).Darrin,
My plan is to route at least one toward a yet to be made air box to feed the intake with cool air. I may do both that way or use one to go right to my oil cooler...but that would really be overkill I think.Darrin, I always wondered what to do when you used a more modern engine. I always wondered if you could reroute the air intakes by the glass to direct air more towards the cones.
Looks great Darrin, keep up the good work!Haven't made much progress since April. Have had issue after issue with the adapter and flywheel. Think that's finally sorted out and should go on the next few weeks.
Sorry for quoting such old post but wonder about the alignment of roll cage and A pillar (don't know the correct word here ) ...seems that the roll cage is leaning backwards...Following the path Renato did using Toyota electric powered steering. We need to work out some space issues with the pedals though. Note that the wheel is just a test mule. Have the one I will use in the car on order. Steering feels very solid and am happy with it. Seat too. Going to get some cushion taken out (it is very dense and thick) to lower the seating area 1 or 2 inches though.
Sorry for quoting such old post but wonder about the alignment of roll cage and A pillar (don't know the correct word here ) ...seems that the roll cage is leaning backwards...
Is that a fact or just in the image (or even fixed mounted at the time)?