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HI PSI

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HI PSI last won the day on August 11

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  1. HI PSI

    My Build

    I was going to post an update and I thought, fark it...
  2. A stock crank is good to over 1.000 rwhp. I'll prove it....
  3. In had my crank nitrided and stress relieved. Notvquitecat 1000, but we had it up to 830 rwhp and had plug issues.. It'll be good for 1000 rwhp. Np....
  4. HI PSI

    My Build

    Unfortunately, I am not... I'm pretty much just doing a restoration to this one, as it's the only way to maintain value and collectability.. I am considering a Whipple though...
  5. HI PSI

    My Build

    It's a little messy on the l/h side at the moment. As the rocker cover hasn't had the weld on fittings installed. The vacuum lines are a little messed up also, as I had to remove the reg and such, to fab a new reg bracket. This will delete the old pcm bracket that it is mounted to. I still have a lot to do, a lot of it make some carbon fiber parts. The car hasn't received any attention for many months as any spare time I have had, has been required elsewhere... So, I have decided to come clean. I have be unfaithful... It all started when I purchased this last Christmas. In the last few months, it has progressed somewhat. All at the expense of progress of the above...
  6. HI PSI

    My Build

    Like a hot chick walking through a shopping center, with no shoes on...
  7. HI PSI

    My Build

    Thanks guys. Seldom get comments on my thread. Can't work out why... I gets a bit lonely talking to yourself... Anyway....... Update. I haven't been happy with the current remote steering reservoir for some time. I also need to fix some issues, so I decided to kill two birds with one stone. Literally.. The other is for the header delete.. It will be mounted on the l/h chassis, in front of the catch can.
  8. HI PSI

    My Build

    Coils are wired and the car starts and runs a lot better. I fixed the exhaust leak that we had at the turbo/dump pipe v band. I decided to change the exhaust housing to a 1.15 while I was at it. I also fitted the new billet thermostat housing and removed the header tank. It really opened up a lot of space... Only a fuel line leak to fix and she'll be ready to hit the dyno again...
  9. HI PSI

    My Build

    Dummied up, ready for wiring... It was supposed to happen today, but my wiring guy/tuner had issues with a car he was dynoing.. Next week it is... I found that the mating the spring in the boot and the coil was questionable, due to the spring seating lower in the silicon. The coil is long enough to reach the spring, but you can't ensure that it is correctly seated. I stretched the spring with some pointy nosed pliers until it was flush with top of the silicon, so that I could seat it into the coil before it engages the silicon. Also be aware that the silicon will separate from the coil when removing and the pill will fall into the spark plug valley under the coil bracket... The silicon is a snug fit into the bracket and takes some effort to remove..
  10. HI PSI

    My Build

    I finally got sick of the car sitting there, doing nothing.. Primarily, this is my fault. As I really couldn't be bothered (and don't have time (new project)) to redesign and manufacture new coil bracket mounts. All in order to make plug reading and change out easier. In order to rectify the issue, I have purchased a R35 coil kit from Platinum Racing Products. It should arrive early next week. Given that I modified the Nizpro cover for the cdi coils, I will manufacture a Carbon fiber coil cover to replace the metal unit. I'll also be completing the header tank removal and the installation of the Hammond thermostat housing. This should neaten the bay even more. I'll post some pics when I can..
  11. Is that the one that was developed in W.A?
  12. What caps did people use? Time to get the car going again...
  13. I made some space. You should now be able to message me.
  14. I'd consider selling my spare short engine for 8.5k. It's pretty much a 998 spec short with a Torrington set up. That would give you a lot of room for head work and have a better engine...
  15. HI PSI

    My Build

    Apologies for the lateness of my reply. I have been busy with another project and I haven't checked the thread for some time. Normally people read the thread and don't reply. Lol The building of the car was actually quite quick, but I lost interest there for a while. And I have a tendency to get it finished and then change/upgrade the car. This combined with a group of quality professionals that are booked out for months at a time, has resulted in the car laying idle for extended periods. Past mistakes with builds have taught me to do a job right and do it once. And that a poor man pays twice, due to cutting corners and quality standards. Good work takes time.. My tail shaft was built by Mal wood. It was more expensive than most, but the quality is outstanding. As for the half shafts, I ordered them directly form "The Driveline Shop" in the States. I believe that Diff Technics are an Australian supplier for the 1400 hp items. Back when I purchased the (Years ago) the were around 3k for a pair. Given the current exchange rate, I'd hate to think what they may be worth now... But, give Diff Technics a call and request a quote.. Keep in mind that BA/BF shafts are different to FG. I just found these on Ebay ($3,690) Look like they've gone up in price... - https://www.ebay.com/itm/BA-BF-Falcon-Upgraded-CV-Axle-Shafts-1400HP-Rated/383408523781?hash=item5944edca05:g:jb0AAOSw~w5eN5U~ Cheers
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