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Old 03-17-2017, 01:09 PM   #171
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It's back up, I was having troubles this morning too, even uninstalled/reinstalled app, contacted support, etc.
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Old 03-17-2017, 01:10 PM   #172
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even uninstalled/reinstalled app, contacted support, etc.
Me too lol
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Old 03-18-2017, 10:23 AM   #173
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Finally got photobucket to work.

Old vs new glove box pic, new one is basically useless.

Pic of the Classic air unit itself.

Last pic, I actually ran a sawzall straight down and cut the firewall where the harness went through firewall to get it out. I wasn't about to unpin/repin entire ecu. NOPE/.

So when I figure out what the final plan for locations are, ill have probably 2-3 holes to weld up from old A/C lines/harness and my sawzall cut. I may try and put the ECU fuse block in the glove box since its fairly useless otherwise.

The plastic block off plates suck, definitely going to do a 1piece metal plate.














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Old 03-18-2017, 06:59 PM   #174
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Keep at it man, hate you and your solid car though.
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Old 03-19-2017, 08:39 PM   #175
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Well, I definitely didn't get near as much accomplished as I had hoped. Jeffy whooped my as in progress lol

I was hoping to get the box in its final position and mounted, that has proved to be much more difficult than I anticipated, especially working solo. I doesn't quite fit way I think it should based on the mounts that come on the box, but there is only so much you can move box because the 2 vents that poke into defrost channel. I sort of gave up on that until I have a second set of hands.

While everything was apart I wanted to install a power antenna, which was a little more work than I expected (as is everything) I had to grind plastic down a bit on my kick panel vent doors to get it to fit, got it all mounted and hopefully correct height to mount in fender nice. I currently don't have my fender to check it. Buddy is trying to get me a paint match so he has it.

After that I went ahead and started making my block off panel. Turned out decent, has a few extra grinder marks than I wanted...lol. Had to flap disc the lip around where blower goes, and heater core hole to allow panel to sit flat. Amazing how much strength those lips add to the integrity of panel. I welded up big hole that harness previously went through. And I did get my harness layout basically figured out. I put the fuse block back inside where is was before, I just had to drill a hole to allow wires out firewall.

I tried an S-10 ECU mount and no dice, doesn't even come close to fitting the LT1 ecu. So I may go try and get a B-body ECU mount and see. Or ill be making something from scratch.

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Old 03-19-2017, 08:56 PM   #176
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Old 03-20-2017, 07:54 AM   #177
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I wanted to fill the channel in firewall, just to hopefully make it a little cleaner looking without going nuts with filler. So I seam sealed it, I'll repaint over it tonight.

I also seam sealed over top of previous owners patch work at bottom of the pass toe/wiper cowl. Looks like poo... But whatever, can't see it when fender is installed.
















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Old 03-20-2017, 09:56 AM   #178
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Looks like the same goopy sealer I got.
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Old 03-20-2017, 10:36 AM   #179
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I've got to do some seam sealing myself!
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:24 PM   #180
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Pic of what $1250 worth of control arms look like.

Went with UMI setup that is what they use on their shop A-body. These have nice caster built into bottom arm, uppers are adjustable via a rod end in each side. They come equipped with .5 taller lower and .09 taller upper to correct camber gain issues.

I wanted SPC stuff BAD, but after much research and talking to numerous people I went with these for a few reason.
#1- I've heard of SPC upper breaking under extreme use
#2- I wanted Howe lowers in SPC, and very common to have to weld them in for looseness issues. Didn't care for that at all.

These on all accounts these are stronger in design since they adjust via rod end. vs adjustable cam in middle of arm.

Car is currently lowered 4", adding tall lower ball joint is gonna add another half inch drop. So gonna add a 1" coil spring spacer to end up with 3.5" drop.









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