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    1. #121
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      I'll check out your build thread
      Jason

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    2. #122
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      Yeah. Brett iam sure. Glad I did. It looks right now
      Little by little
      Jason
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    3. #123
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      What an awesome job Jason ! Your car will be better like new ! Can't wait to see it running

    4. #124
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      War eagle scott I used a gallon or 4 one liter bottle that they send .
      Great thanks. That is how many I have! haha

    5. #125
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      Nice paint work Jason!

    6. #126
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      Ok so I got the interior floor sealed, sanded and seam sealed. Partially taped. Getting ready to spray lizard skin sound deadener and lizard skin ceramic heat barrier.
      Also got my nitros mounted on some Forgeline ZX3 Rs.
      Titanium centers and black barrels.
      275-40-18 fronts
      295-45-18 rears. ( I wanted the height of the 45 @28.40" tall. I built thee entire car around a. 28" tire the 315s.
      I wanted nthe 315-40 rears but nitro is out of stock and not saying when
      I could ha e got a drag radial or dot road race type but I wanted a street tread so these will do to finish the build and roast them away while waiting on the 315-40-18.
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    7. #127
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      Ok so Iam OCD with the car. I just sprayed lizard skin sound deadener. Tomorrow will be lizard skin ceramic heat barrier. Then when I assemble the car Iam still going to use dynamat. Name:  IMG_20210811_155544.jpeg
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    8. #128
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      Looks great! How much product did you wind up using to get all that covered?

    9. #129
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      Im spraying my ceramic insulation today after doing the sound stuff two days ago. How did you make out with the little depth gauge? I didn't have a ton of success getting consistent results! Really like the way it sprays on though!

    10. #130
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      Under the car has two coats raptor. First coat 1 gallon. Second coat 3 quarts.
      The Lizard Skin ceramic heat insulator in the car I used 2 gallons and really could have used another half gallon. But I sprayed even up under the areas between the back glass and trunk as well as inside of rear quarters and under the dash as far up as to where paint stops where dash meets windshield.
      I didn't spray inside my doors yet. I'm going to just sand them and use some rate can undercoat then dynamat there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by wareaglescott View Post
      Im spraying my ceramic insulation today after doing the sound stuff two days ago. How did you make out with the little depth gauge? I didn't have a ton of success getting consistent results! Really like the way it sprays on though!
      Yes it is hard to be consistent. I've used wet mil guages my whole life on epoxies and urethane as well as zinc rich coating due to being in the water tower construction business
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    11. #131
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      Quote Originally Posted by John McIntire View Post
      Looks great! How much product did you wind up using to get all that covered?
      I'm it does also have excellent adhesion for a water based product. And if you get it on paint you better clean off quick. It's fast!
      TANKMASTERJ

    12. #132
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      Ok so I got the interior floor sealed, sanded and seam sealed. Partially taped. Getting ready to spray lizard skin sound deadener and lizard skin ceramic heat barrier.
      Also got my nitros mounted on some Forgeline ZX3 Rs.
      Titanium centers and black barrels.
      275-40-18 fronts
      295-45-18 rears. ( I wanted the height of the 45 @28.40" tall. I built thee entire car around a. 28" tire the 315s.
      I wanted nthe 315-40 rears but nitro is out of stock and not saying when
      I could ha e got a drag radial or dot road race type but I wanted a street tread so these will do to finish the build and roast them away while waiting on the 315-40-18.
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      have you mocked up with these yet?

    13. #133
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      Quote Originally Posted by Gmc427 View Post
      have you mocked up with these yet?
      Yes. The car is built around them. My rear is very narrow. 52 7/8" narrow. The rear wheels were mocked with a 3" spacer. To get me where I want to be and compensate for the 6.97 backspace. I'm going to use the spacers as to mill off a few thousands or 1/8 or whatever to fine tune where I want them. Then I'll re barrel the rears accordingly. I did that because I got the ZX3r wheels for 2800 new. .
      I want 315 on rear but they are long back orders nkw so 295s are temporary.
      The height of them is I built the car for a 26" front height and a 28" rear. I had 24.5 fronts and 25.5 rears and it was way to low and I had to floor jack to get it on my challenger CL10v3 lift. That was t going to work for me and it had really no rake or stance. So alot of math and tape measure on to conclude what I really wanted.
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    14. #134
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      Looking good Jason! Iíd be afraid of getting it on the paint somewhere thatís going to be nice! I know you mentioned Dynamat but have you looked at Kilmat?
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    15. #135
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      Quote Originally Posted by Smooth67 View Post
      Looking good Jason! Iíd be afraid of getting it on the paint somewhere thatís going to be nice! I know you mentioned Dynamat but have you looked at Kilmat?
      I haven't looked at kilmat. But I have a box of dynamt my paint shop bought and used in the roof so ingot some left
      Overs there and ingot another box I ordered way back when I dismantled the car. So expensive as it all is it's going in the car lol!
      Do holler if you come this way sometime Brett
      Jaaon
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    16. #136
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      Quote Originally Posted by TANKMASTERJ View Post
      I haven't looked at kilmat. But I have a box of dynamt my paint shop bought and used in the roof so ingot some left
      Overs there and ingot another box I ordered way back when I dismantled the car. So expensive as it all is it's going in the car lol!
      Do holler if you come this way sometime Brett
      Jaaon
      Well in that case, Dynamat it is!! Will definitely hit you up when Iím down there.
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    17. #137
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      Ok I wanted to start wiring. So I mocked up the vintage air unit and removed. Enlarged the bulkhead wiring hole and mocked up the. AAW wiring bulkhead. I then realized I need to mock up the clutch kit from bowler.
      I didn't like the geometry or how offset it was from the factory hole. So I sliced the bowler bracket shortened 1/2" and slid it t the center of the car 3/8" for perfect alignment. Re drilled the clutch pin hole for the master rod and all works flawless.
      Now remove all that and begin dynamat extreme.
      I got the first box of dynamat empty. My paint guy got a box and. Applied to the inside of roof. The balance made it from under the dash where the defrost tubes hit to about the front of my shift hole.
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    18. #138
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      Now I got bored laying down looking under the dash gimped up in a fetal ball so I thought I'd install my billet ATS spindles and Aero 6 Caliper and Rotor lot along with the Forgeline ZX3R so I could get a visual.
      I dig the wheels big-time.

      Last photo was quick shot of firewall white I sprayed just to help visibility while i mocked up everything and it really helped. Now the dynamat is in there it's not so great on visibility.Attachment 191726Name:  IMG_20210821_202113.jpeg
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    19. #139
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      The 275-40-18 Nitto 555 G2 tires look wide and good on the subframe. I think speed tech says you can run a. 9 or 9.5" wide wheel but I'm running a 10".
      It turns lock to lock both ways with about an inch of clearance.
      I'm tickled.
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    20. #140
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      Jason what you do is awesome, can't wait to see all assembled

      Ber

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