Wow!!! That's pretty dang impressive Bill. :cool2:I'm getting very close to a road test, so I'll know if the side radiator setup will work.
- The car is ready to go except for 1 shifter cable. Jim at CableShift tells me I should have it next week.
- I had the NC DMV Inspector here on Thursday and passed my VIN inspection. I've also gotten my registration paperwork thru the NC DMV approval process and just need to go to the local DMV office on Monday to pickup my licence plate.
Bill, it should not weaken anything significantly enough to worry about.I cut a whole in the aluminum foot well for the wiper motor, but its not big enough, if you add the recommended 1/2" spacer to the arm shaft.
I used a black marker to show the enlarged hole that would include the round access porthole. That's a big hole!
Will a hole that large weaken the aluminum chassis?
Lol:thumbsup:I bleed my brakes today.
There are several methods for bleeding the brakes. Some do it the old fashioned way by pumping the pedal, some use a vacuum pump on each bleed valve and some push the fluid by applying pressure to the master cylinder reservoir.
I have another method called the "Margarita Method". The process starts by inviting your significant other into the garage. After complimenting her on her garb, comfortably sit her in the driver's seat and hand her a Margarita. Then bark out the commands "Push the pedal in - Let the pedal out - Drink", "Push the pedal in - Let the pedal out - Drink", "Push the pedal in - Let the pedal out - Drink"...
I get very reliable results with Margarita Method. I ended up with a rock hard brake pedal and very pliable spouse.epper: