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  • Originally posted by skyway View Post
    Looking GOOD; and your 3 point turn kinda reminds me of that Ferrari footage from a couple of weeks ago!
    With the camera, manual steering, no driver's door, three speed and two cars that are never there, I was busier than a one legged man in an ass kicking contest!

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    • yeah, I'm thinking that R2 would have a JT in the serial#

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      • Worked on getting this aftermarket ignition switch mounted instead of flopping around having to use two hands to start the car.

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        Using the motorcycle front sprocket lock washer, I modified the teeth enough to get the ignition switch held in place.

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        The teeth are bent so they grip the back of the fiberglass dash opening to keep the switch from spinning.

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        I think I need to flatten the washer a bit more as the locking nut sticks out too far, not flush. For now, I can work with it so I can drive the car out before I set it and my garage on fire from it shorting out on something.


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        • The exhaust heat valve didn't even remotely seem like it was opening. At the risk of having cold running problems or the choke not coming off soon enough, I took it out.

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          I put some MAPP gas heat on it to test it.

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          It does work, just didn't seem to be on my car.

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          I put in a spacer I had from the wrong header pipes.

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          Exhaust is very even now and with our mild winters, it shouldn't be a problem.

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          • This was posted on my thread in my motorcycle forum
            Chickasha Fall Swap Meet

            Last edited by Topper2011; 10-19-2019, 05:06 PM.

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