OK, believing in the KISS (Keep It Simple, Silly!) process, what about a set of air shocks on the front?Another thing that has me thinking .... since the car will spend at least half of it's time on the street, .... how to keep the front end of the car from being busted up on driveways?
Hey Jac...I found something to warm your Ford blue blood at Laguna yesterday (I was a die hard Ford fan in my teen years) this engine looks quite huge compared to the standard Can-Am Chevy fare. Obstical? I don't see no stinking obstical.....Never had to do this Rob as the acceleration from a Ford engine is usually enough to lift the front end over most obstacles
If you want to put nothing but the good stuff in, in other words aircraft bolts, then Coast Fabrication is the place to go. All your AN and NAS requirements can be met by them. Their racing mufflers are also distributed by Burns Stainless, but are much cheaper at Coast. Their air cleaners look too small for me, but some on here don't even run air cleaners, so these may be an option. They get pretty exotic and will even make you whatever you need. You know, like an entire set of bolts for your car out of Ti? Who doesn't need that?:stunned:I'm not sure where to place this question where people will see it....will it be seen buried here in my build thread? Dunno...
Who carries a good selection of fasteners here in California? Buttonheads, stainless, allen, nylocks, plated...and such. I've always had metric based toys so IB a little lost.
Also on the front splitter as seen on the SLC there are threaded tubes that the threaded rod ends go into....where to get both or does one have to thread his own stock?
Crash- funny you should say....., I have a good selection of Ti bolts of all length and dia that are odd thread that were custom made for various odd motorcycle applications. Wonder if it would be worth it to have them rethreaded to a SAE spec......hmmmmm?