Tell me more....I was thinking aircon hoses down left sill (they being relatively bulky and inflexible) and probably also throttle cable (linkage is on the left on Holley and Edelbrock carbs, yes?). Hydraulics and loom down the right sill...I can always add a couple more lengths of aluminium angle to act as cable guides.Very nice, one thing I did underestimate what quite how much I ended up routing in that cill section, I should with hindsight have routed some down the passenger side but there is quite a bit to get down there, damn good job you are doing !!
Eddy, if you haven‘t done already: change the direction of the 90 degree water fittings, collision with the hand brake mechanism otherwise.Before I seal everything up, I thought I'd add some sound deadening to front wheelarches and rear firewall.
This is probably futile, isn't it? I was just hoping to cut down some of the racket as the pebbles ricochet against the wheel arch when I skid through the gravel trap on the outside of Cascades, Oulton Park. Again.
Hi Udo - thanks for the suggestion! As it happens, the water pipes are still free to rotate for now...Eddy, if you haven‘t done already: change the direction of the 90 degree water fittings, collision with the hand brake mechanism otherwise.
Hard to photograph....from above:-Just had a thought, have you got your fuel tanks yet as that angle aluminium my not allow them to fit, from member the gap between the chassis and the tank is very tight, in my lower hose in the image above, it was only just missing the tank