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    1. #21
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      Will your power steering pump clear the steering box in that configuration?

      Looks great so far!
      About to make poor choices and regrettable decisions

    2. #22
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      Here is the start of my exhaust. It's 3.5 stainless oval pipe. It's done to the mufflers , now I have to figure out how to get tailpipes done due to no clearance anywhere.
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    3. #23
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      Paraman 1, yes it does clear but not by much, about an half inch of clearance . Here's a pic that kind of shows what it looks like.
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    4. #24
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      Paraman 1 , I forgot to say that the motor has adjustable mount set all the way back. Also I set the lower mount back 1 to 1 1/2 inches back to get motor as close to firewall as possible. It was dumb luck that it cleared but when I got kit from Wegner he said I may have to put on pump with remote reservoir. I can run what I got but I wil have to move return to back side of pump reservoir .

    5. #25
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      I had the same issue with my exhaust and decided to do turnouts in front of the rear tire. Man I could not be happier with the look and the sound is insane. Since you already have ovals - check out Spintech for mufflers unless that is where you bought the oval pipe from already lol. I have a set on mine and like I said - it sounds insane.

    6. #26
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      Here's some pics of the firewall
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    7. #27
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      After I slid motor back to firewall, trans tunnel had to be altered to clear 4l80e.
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    8. #28
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      Well I think I lost my mind, this is my solution to my tailpipe issue that I came up with. The height of the floor will not be higher than the original center part of the floor unless there is an unforeseen problem that I didn't think of. The tip thru the sides are not done yet. I haven't decided how to finish yet.
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    9. #29
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      Drooollllll
      1971 chevelle LSA 700hp -

    10. #30
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      OMG!!! that exhaust is a thing of beauty. awesome build. What primer are you using btw?

    11. #31
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      That's an interesting way to route the exhaust. I like it!
      Herb

      1966 El Camino LS408/T56Magnum
      1966 Chevelle 509/T56Magnum
      1963 C10 454/4L80

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    12. #32
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      Thanks for the compliments. 2ndroundko , I'm not sure what btw means ( sorry I'm not to smart) , the car was primered when I bought it and haven't touch that part yet.

    13. #33
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      Some very nice fab work ! It’s lookin great sure would like one of those super chargers !

    14. #34
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      Really cool fab stuff goin on here - keep at it man - looks sick!



    15. #35
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      Couple more pics of exhaust
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    16. #36
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      Btw=by the way lol

    17. #37
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      Got the floor finished covering the exhaust. The tunnels covering the pipes are same height as the origin center part was, hopefully I can make a seat work.
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    18. #38
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      Here's some pics of what I've been doing lately. I put engine oil cooler in left front wheel well, still waiting on oil filter adapter with built in oil primer from Peterson. I also mount a 2017 camaro steering column and wheel. I'm not excited about camaro part but really like the wheel. It's got tilt and telescope, all the switches necessary to run everything and paddle shifters. Best part is that it was only $250 for everything .
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    19. #39
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      Some more pics
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    20. #40
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      Couple pics of remote oil filter adapter with a built in primer, should work great after oil changes and after sitting over winter.
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