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  1. #1121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob in St. Louis View Post
    Good thing you can't see my automotive boner through your screen....
    I'm sure you wouldn't appreciated it. But man...... this is awesome.
    LOL!
    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
    Nice looking motor, and Damn those valve covers look sweet on there.

    Thank you!


  2. #1122
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    Looking great, Pat! Did you use the rubber gasket between the tank and the fuel pump module? I found that those rubber gaskets swell very quickly when exposed to pump gas. I ended up using the cork gasket with Permatex aviation sealer, which has held up much better.

    Andrew
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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
    Looking great, Pat! Did you use the rubber gasket between the tank and the fuel pump module? I found that those rubber gaskets swell very quickly when exposed to pump gas. I ended up using the cork gasket with Permatex aviation sealer, which has held up much better.

    Andrew

    Andrew,
    I remember hearing about that problem, and after talking to the manufacture they made a change in the rubber that would not be affected by the fuel. Iíll let you know how it holds up I hope to have fuel in the tank by late winter.
    Thank you!
    Pat

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepat View Post
    Andrew,
    I remember hearing about that problem, and after talking to the manufacture they made a change in the rubber that would not be affected by the fuel. Iíll let you know how it holds up I hope to have fuel in the tank by late winter.
    Thank you!
    Pat
    Pat,

    I'm looking forward to the report of how the new rubber holds up! My old rubber gasket swelled within one month of being exposed to pump gas.

    Andrew
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  5. #1125
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    Quote Originally Posted by keepat View Post
    Fuel tank along with supply and return fuel lines are install!


    For anyone else I'd say that lettering placement on the hose was coincidental. With your attention to detail, I know it was NOT.
    '69 Charger, Viper TT, AME full frame with IRS -- under construction.

  6. #1126
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    Engine is installed (I hope for the last time;-)
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  7. #1127
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    Congratulations! That’s a big step out of the way. Glad it went well.
    Wayne
    Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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  8. #1128
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    Quote Originally Posted by keepat View Post
    Pat, source for the split grommet please?
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    Lookin' good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDFLM View Post
    Pat, source for the split grommet please?

    https://www.mcmaster.com/split-grommets

  11. #1131
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    ^^^^Like
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    Congratulations on the engine install and all the other wonderful progress. I wish I had 1% of the skill you display!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keepat View Post
    Fuel tank along with supply and return fuel lines are install!







    Pat, what tank and pump set-up are you using? Is that a Tanks Inc set up? Why did you go this route? Sorry for all the questions but I'm going EFI soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDFLM View Post
    Pat, what tank and pump set-up are you using? Is that a Tanks Inc set up? Why did you go this route? Sorry for all the questions but I'm going EFI soon...
    I went with the Tanks set up with their 1000hp pump because at the time it was the only option for a factory looking charger fuel tank. Now I understand thereís a few other options.
    Thanks
    pat

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    Thanks Pat! I was going to do the same but will go with a Rick's Restomod tank with a Gen 5 Camaro SS fuel module now... sometimes it's nice have a 2nd gen F-body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDFLM View Post
    Thanks Pat! I was going to do the same but will go with a Rick's Restomod tank with a Gen 5 Camaro SS fuel module now... sometimes it's nice have a 2nd gen F-body.
    I agree! still have my 72 TA ;-)

  17. #1137
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    Looking great Pat! been drooling over your build for years over on DC.com - I am getting ready to start a MS3 project on my 6.1 swapped 68.... Love the detail on the entire build
    1968 Dodge Charger SRT8 6.1L Hemi 6-speed

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  18. #1138
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolling_Thunder View Post
    Looking great Pat! been drooling over your build for years over on DC.com - I am getting ready to start a MS3 project on my 6.1 swapped 68.... Love the detail on the entire build
    Thank you! Good luck with your build!
    pat

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    Moving along with a few projects! All the fuel, AC, and Hydroboost lines hooked up! Trans cross member and shifter is installed.
    Thanks
    Pat






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  19. #1139
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    This build is just amazing. The twin throttle bodies look badass/nostalgic on the modern hemi

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    Are you going to fire it before you finish assembly?

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