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does this meet criteria for performance

Discussion in 'Performance' started by roverbay, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. roverbay

    roverbay Active Member

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    Evening all. Tillis this is the end plates on my beam up down plus i have adjusters for lift.[​IMG]
     
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  3. roverbay

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    I have pulled the dummy power train out along with the cradle I plan on sitting the real engine & transmissions into it when it has come back from repairs & Paint @ Greg Van Zelst's. I still have some welding & gussets to fit 1st.


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    I had to find 2 rims for the front. With the right neg offset. A friend had 2 that worked out giving me 10mm clearence with out spacers. tyres are a bit small for what i want

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    due to cutting floor & footwell back for tyre clearance. I had to move jack points this left a gap to fill. I decided to use 100mm x 50mm x 3m wall thickness A lot stronger than stock

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    this should do the job

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    Next job make patterns for new panels
     
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  4. roverbay

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    Good evening all. i have been catching up on the small time consuming jobs. mounting the Astra power steering pump charcoal canister engine fuse & relay box finishing of Tarago shifter set up to operate the Hi Ace box mounting coil to left side head moved it out on longer bolts & lock nuts to distance it from heat of head.
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    Shifter locator for gearbox end
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    rough pattern for heat shield
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    this is a bracket i had to fabricate to stop the front of the rack moving around. In the Daewoo it sits in a rubber grommet.
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  5. David H

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    I check in & always am in awe & leave shaking my head. How is all this mod possible.
    Cheers
     
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  6. roverbay

    roverbay Active Member

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    Good evening David just keep going as i find a problem I find a solution. the time taken fabricating stuff from art cardboard patterns is as long as making the patterns.
     
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  7. General Vee

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    Love your work.. Its going o be a beast. Problem , solution and a whole lot of patience!
     
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  8. roverbay

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    Good day all. change in front diff cross member due to ugly 1st attempt.
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    I had to ad a spacer for top shock mount used a nut run it down to fit into hole in the drill stand
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    [​IMG]Lower support bracket for Bevel box
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    filler plate.
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    ran out of gas damn.
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  9. roverbay

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    boxing the rails under the cargo floor. for peace of mind that it replaces what i cut out along with the cradle supports. I used 35 mm X 100 mm cut length wise It is a hammer fit into rails. I then used some clamps to pull it into shape it has 4 bends in it length.


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    cut ready to clean up edges the hammer in [​IMG]

    I have to pressure clean inner rails then weld it up. i have rust inhibitor to pump into the cavity when its finished
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    clamping to shape.

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  10. saabman

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    is it just me but all the images seem to have gone AWOL :(
     
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  11. roverbay

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    Good afternoon Saabman yrs they just seem to disappear.
     
  12. roverbay

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    Hi alll can anyone tell me why photos have disappeared
     
  13. Barry

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    @roverbay

    I am just seeing
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    As far as I know this means you are hosting off site and your server is down.

    Are you uploading from the buttons below or how are you attaching the pictures?
     
  14. roverbay

    roverbay Active Member

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    Copy paste
     
  15. roverbay

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    la[​IMG]

    I bought a flange today to use for the rim retainer. I cut up & lengthened the Subaru tow pin then welded anut onto the 10mm plate to fit inside to hold the spare insitu [​IMG]

    next job is filling in the gap on the floor.

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  16. roverbay

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    I rolled a length of 25mm copper tube to form a dress band on the steel rod to give it size. I will be soldering it into place.
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    rolled ready grind section out using flappy disc. this will let it fit over the rod
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    knocking out the waste
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    Now to solder it on
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  17. roverbay

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    I made these up to fit 90 degree black steel elbows onto to form the slider bars. these will be held in with a bolt from underneath with a nut welded into the tube
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  18. David H

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    Passes nobility scale for the top half of the curve:).
    Not sure about copper run off to steel? Please tell me there's some paint to aid isolation.
    I watch with interest as always.:p
    Cheers
     
  19. roverbay

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    Evening David I will find out about that. If that's the case i will get it chromed or cad plated. Please explaaaiiinn the nobility bit to me
     
  20. David H

    David H Well-Known Member

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    You can run water down the galvanic scale (ie least noble to most noble is okay),
    To run water UP the galvanic scale produces a reaction in the least noble metal & it becomes the sacrificial anode:(.
    The one that leaves town first:oops:.
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    So copper above steel is the issue.
    Best to isolate the 2 surfaces to reduce contact.
    Cheers
     

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