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  1. #1
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    Default Piping fabrication finally completed!

    I've finally got my hot and cold sides fabricated. Any good recommendations for a local shop for ceramic coating work here in SoCal, preferably in the Inland Empire?

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    Embee in Santa Ana. Nice job on your car too.

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    Thank you!

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    Looks great!

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    Try Young Guns in Rancho Cucamonga for coatings

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerracer View Post
    Try Young Guns in Rancho Cucamonga for coatings
    Thank you!

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    Nice build! I’m building the same thing 69 with twin turbos what size engine and turbo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Bad Ls View Post
    Nice build! I’m building the same thing 69 with twin turbos what size engine and turbo?
    Thanks! Motor is a 383 with Dart Pro 1 heads and FAST efi. Turbos are Turbonetics T04B (60mm) and running a two-stage boost controller. I plan to run street trim around 8-10 psi and my track tune is 15 psi. Made about 750HP/750tq prior to reworking the hot side to flow better, I anticipate putting down around 800 which is about as much I want to throw at the original GM block but should be enough power for the street. How about you?

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    looks good, I'm about to start my hot and cold side plumbing.

  10. #10
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    That's really nice I wish I had the skills to do that fab work...

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  11. #11
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    Looks good. Curious on your plan surrounding the brake booster / master. Piping looks a tad tight back there.

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by mklinger View Post
    Looks good. Curious on your plan surrounding the brake booster / master. Piping looks a tad tight back there.
    Yes the downpipe interferes with the stock location. Putting in a reverse swing mounted Wilwood setup with the master cylinder inside the car with a remote fluid reservoir located on the firewall. Brakes are Wilwood four pot on all corners and currently manual. In the future I might consider going with a hydra boost if I can make it fit.



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