It’s legit. Anyone that knows me knows I am a straight shooter.
I have the hardest time reaching the SLC fans on this forum because most of them only come to the SLC sub forum.Anyhow, that’s why I sent the message because I’m afraid a large percentage are reading on the normal forums thus are unaware of the operational side of of this site.
Update Fuel System complete less the back ordered inline fuel filter I had to modify the tank to install an in tank fuel pump, and then everything else fell into place. I installed the Tank's Company in tank fuel pump because of it's reliability and quiet running nature just like OEM. Next onto the Coolant system.
Ok drivers side done now onto the passenger side. Joel I kept the calipers together for powder coating and I used alum foil and the dust boots to block sand and powder from entering the cylinder bores if any sand happens to find it's way in I vacuum it out. I have used the Eastwood powder coating equipment since it came out and as long as your surface prep is done correctly it works great. Now I am just waiting for new Brembo Stickers to come in the mail. I built a small angle iron support fixture to hold the oven tray and the powder coating equipment and to also capture the powder it works great
In the process of breaking my calipers down to get some powdercoat. I saw this morning that some left the pistons, dust boots and seals installed, but other forums remove them. May have wasted my time, but it won't hurt at least. I need to get some rebuild kits, what year SS are our...
Working on coolant and fuel piping front of car I plan on putting the gas tank fill on passenger side of car. I have a question to the guys who have installed the gas fill did you keep the fuel flapper door from RCR in your system I would think it would cut down on fume odors while in a garage
You won't find copper in aircraft, either. Pressure cycling or vibration is a killer for copper, it work hardens and then fractures. In quasi-static pressure applications such as Larry mentions, it is OK. Another reason not to use copper for fuel lines is that it is catalytic to gasoline. Copper accelerates the deterioration of fuel.