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Gerry that looks great. One hefty motor plate. That'll take the power! Keep it up.

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Gerry that looks great. One hefty motor plate. That'll take the power! Keep it up.
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How thick is your front engine plate?



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Nice.........,I really like the thick plate too!!!!
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1/2 it was for the D3R procharger that im not using now
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When do you think it will be on the road/track?



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8) 8) 8) I like it !!!!!

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Gerry.. Two thumbs Up bud! Very nice! Interesting oil pan clearance to rack?

Ya know I spent hours welding up all the lttle holes.. I pray to "G" that one day my car doesen't eat the guardrail.. Destroying the car is one thing.. the time it took to weld them holes..

Ya did good! Awesome work, and Hat's off! I like it a bunch!

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Very nice. You will probably be very happy with the Billet Fab pan and covers. We have found them to give great oil control and are of top notch quality. Those folks can weld aluminum!

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thanks guys - im hoping to have it atleast running in a about 3 weeks- then i will probably pull the motor and have it dynoed
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First class! they don't get much nicer than that. I'm sure it will run as well as it looks. Good luck.
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les ive got 1/8 clearence on the drivers side and probably 3/8 on passenger side - the rack on the pass side is smaller so more room
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Ya know I spent hours welding up all the lttle holes.. I pray to "G" that one day my car doesen't eat the guardrail.. Destroying the car is one thing.. the time it took to weld them holes..



thats exactly why i am not doing the firewall or aprons on mine. i'll be lucky if i get to scuffing it and painting the engine bay when i do the rest of the car this winter.

car looks great gerry.

was it difficult building the headers? my '95 is the same setup as yours and it looks like home headers is the only way to go without spending crazy money.

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