Behind every great man, is an even greater WOMAN....Thanks my wife got that for me for our anniversary, handmade.
No, there's no way for this to happen unless you have a coil cracked in half. This is actually insulated much better than a normal spark plug wire because there's no high voltage in the wiring harness.Hmm...curious if having aluminum spark plug covers will be an issue with misfires? My tuner seems to think so. Have you had them arc maybe?
Thanks for posting. That's a perfect solution. Do you have the model # handy and what size lines are you using? Also, how did you mount it?Nice update!
If your a going with side mounted intercoolers then I recommend a front mounted oil cooler. It's what works best with that combination from my experience.
I love the QuickJacks. Mine are only the 5000SLX and they work great for the Stealth. I've used them just a handful of times so far and I'll never go back to using a floor jack again. The only issue is, if you need to take the side skirts off the car, while it's up in the air. You can't reach the bolts to remove them, as the jack are in the way. But that's no big deal. I got a good deal on them, from Costco. Unfortunately, they don't sell the 7000SLX. As, I would have went with those too. I have a truck and an SUV, that I'll still need to stick w/ a jack and jack stands.Man I'm so jealous. The powder-coated parts look amazing. How do you like the QuickJack? I just ordered the BL7000SLX yesterday lol.
You can get the door sills from 3SX. I got mine used, from a FaceBook member and they had some heavy scratches on them. They were also a bit too flashy, for the interior of my car. So I opted to get them powdercoated.Where is that door sill from?
One of these days, I'm going to pick up a TIG welder and learn how to weld. I've even looked into taking classes, at a tech school. But the classes, IMO were on the too expensive side. I also don't have 220 out in the garage, or else I would have already picked one up and started practicing. So those two items, are going on the budget for next year. Thankfully, I don't think I'll need anymore fab work done for the Stealth. So in this case, it was a more cost effective, to have the TIG work outsourced to a professional. However, I like to enjoy doing work myself and will be going down that path next year.The cast aluminum parts on our cars really aren't that bad to weld on. So far I have done a transmission case, fuel rails, and a few custom intake manifolds without problems. I'd like to see how the valve covers weld but I don't expect anything different than the rest of the stuff. It's so nice being able to do your own fab work. I wish I would have started about 10 years ago.
The cooler is a Setrab Pro Line SLM 662x101x40 mm in size, I purchased it here:Thanks for posting. That's a perfect solution. Do you have the model # handy and what size lines are you using? Also, how did you mount it?
VERY nice work!The cooler is a Setrab Pro Line SLM 662x101x40 mm in size, I purchased it here:
Setrab Ölkühler gehören zu den besten auf dem Markt verfügbaren Ölkühlern und werden in diversen Rennserien und Motorsportdisziplinen erfolgreich eingesetzt. als Motorradölkühler. Die Befestigung erfolgt über zwei M6-Gewinde.www.ebay.co.uk
Along with these AN8 adapters:
Gewinde Seite a: M22x1,5. Gewinde Seite b: 3/4 - 16UNF. Der Adapter ist ideal für unsere Setrab Ölkühler geeignet. Farbe: schwarz eloxiert.www.ebay.co.uk
Here are some photos from by build thread of how I mounted it using two aluminum profiles.