You dont mess around huh Bob
I like that surge tank under the hood - makes servicing VERY easy if ever needed.
Yessir. I am pleased with how well the tank fits in that corner. It's not as low as it could go, but the hood should have plenty of clearance. The tank is very easy to connect to the system too. The + wire comes right off of the throttle body harness, and simple ground to the fender or whatever. You have 3 different choices of where to connect the fuel line to the TB, 2 in front, 1 in back. Only thing I don't care for too much is the coolant sensor had to be installed at front of intake, where the bypass nipple would normally be. I've never ran a bypass hose, so it was open, but wish I could have mounted it in one of the heads...the included adapter (bushing) was too tight against the header flange so I couldn't tighten it.
cool its coming together
I'm about 3 hours in, including cleaning up and locking up the shop....
I wish I could have had it on the lift already, but since I do make my money with it, I didn't want to have my car apart and work on the floor...lol.
When I get to that point, I'm going to "borrow" my wideband's existing O2 sensor bung to get the car running, and allow me to drive it over to the lift so I can install the O2 sensor permanently.
What sucks is I have 2 brand new 4 post drive on lifts, that I could have used and that would have worked perfectly, but they're not wired up yet.
Todays' shopping list:
3/8"NPT to 3/8" nipple
1/4" hose for vent line
3/8" inline fuel filter
5/16"-1/4" air cleaner stud adapter (TB has 5/16" hole for stud)
Will update later....