Nearly finished!

JERMzSS

Active Member
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I haven't been active much in the forum but i have followed just about everyones build. Picked my frame up in August and have been hard at it ever since.

I wana thank everyone for all the post that have been so much help. Big thanks to Adam and Lonny for anwsering every question i had no matter how dumb lol.

Exhaust will be here tomorrow but besides that it's just a few small things to button up before trying to get her registered!!
 

Andy

Well-Known Member
#4
Looks good. I got mine late in October and have been working, almost ready to drop the motor in for the first start. One question I had was where does the fuel vent tee go to? Only place I can guess is the evap sensor on the motors left hand side.The
 

ctuinstra

Well-Known Member
#5
Looks good. I got mine late in October and have been working, almost ready to drop the motor in for the first start. One question I had was where does the fuel vent tee go to? Only place I can guess is the evap sensor on the motors left hand side.The
I believe the EVAP and purge are removed and not needed.
 

JERMzSS

Active Member
#8
Looks good. I got mine late in October and have been working, almost ready to drop the motor in for the first start. One question I had was where does the fuel vent tee go to? Only place I can guess is the evap sensor on the motors left hand side.The
From and email I got from Adam:


"You should have received a black plastic tee with your kit. A hose will run from the tank barbed fitting to this tee. Another hose will run from the tee to the vent tube on the filler neck. Finally, a hose will need to run from the tee, across the tube behind the shoulders of the seats to the center of the car and then down under the car. This last hose is the actual vent and needs to run to the center and under the tank so that fuel doesn't slosh out in tight turns or leak out if the car ever ends up on its roof."

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