Been gathering parts while the chassis is getting welded
I plugged the heater hoses on the engine with some NPT plugs
I also made a clutch remote bleeder so I could easily bleed the clutch while its in the car without any odd work to get to the slave cylinder - I had one of these with my t56 and LOVED it. I don't know why more cars don't employ these
the AN4 input to the 10mm banjo bolt & the bleeder hole tapped for the 1/8NPT remote 90
back installed on the tranny
you can see the line snake up along the trans and engine
AN6 and banjo with a fuel pressure gauge on it on the intake of the fuel rail
amazon sent me the wrong FPR so that isn't in the picture... I was intending to use the stock one but there wasn't an easy way to convert the stock return to an AN line - the FPR has an AN outlet on it... it's just another 120 bucks... The later s2ks (ap2) switched to a returnless style manifold - for NA power it would be easier than the return system.
today I started chassis painting the finished parts of the chassis and test fit the laser cut floor.
it fit PERFECTLY. i'm so glad I did it that way then trying to deal with cutting that big of a piece of 16gauge AL.
I'll still have a number of access holes i'll need to drill out as well as the surround of the sump but I wont have to trim the edges!
This week is the week I took off work so we'll see how much progress I can make on it in a week, a number of big items aren't supposed to be done/here until towards the end of the week but there is a bajillion things to do anyways.