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This is a discussion on Frankenbird Project within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Comin along good. I guess the rear axel wasn't bent at all, that's good....

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    Comin along good. I guess the rear axel wasn't bent at all, that's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Comin along good. I guess the rear axel wasn't bent at all, that's good.
    No, I already had that replaced. Took the rear out, had the axle replaced, and reinstalled the rear so the car could be pushed around the lot.

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    Cutting out the subframe connectors...no big deal


    Video of the flipping...this is why you have big friends:

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    i gotta say the flipping was quite awesome hope you supplied the beer

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    Jeremy, you make me nervous sometimes

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    That's one way of getting to them....

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    Well, helllllllooooooo there


    Next to my current 1.75" Headers...can't wait to get these on. FAST102 is getting ported too.


    Parts everywhere...and that's not all of them....I have some at my house and in the Suburban too.







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    How the hell do you keep track of all the nuts and bolts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    How the hell do you keep track of all the nuts and bolts?
    Ziploc bags and a sharpie

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    All I know is that the more parts you have left over, the less the car weighs and the faster it goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    All I know is that the more parts you have left over, the less the car weighs and the faster it goes!

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    First part bolted in...new drag shocks and adjustable spring mounts:




    Lower shock mount on my Moser 9":


    Pedals, Brake Booster, Clutch Master Cylinder, Steering Wheel, Wiring and Dash in...I should have taken a picture of the rats nest that was the wiring once I fed it through the firewall








    And for reference, here is how much space is left over after the HVAC is removed from behind the dash:







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    Looking good Jeremy! Nice looking pedals also, they don't look like the cheap covers that most places have.

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    WOW !! Looking good man. Looks soooo much more like a car just by adding the dash! What a great spot to hide a NOS bottle where the a/c use to be!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverWS6 View Post
    Looking good Jeremy! Nice looking pedals also, they don't look like the cheap covers that most places have.
    Looks like the ones Emblem Pros sells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverWS6 View Post
    Looking good Jeremy! Nice looking pedals also, they don't look like the cheap covers that most places have.
    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    Looks like the ones Emblem Pros sells.
    Thank you, I like them a lot. I have actually had them sitting in my garage for about three years, because they are a total bitch to install. They require precise drilling, and I just can't do that in my car with the roll cage, etc in the way. It was just convenience that the pedals were removed from the car

    I can't link the site due to it being a non-sponsor, but they are not cheap...$135 pre-shipping.

    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
    WOW !! Looking good man. Looks soooo much more like a car just by adding the dash! What a great spot to hide a NOS bottle where the a/c use to be!!
    I never thought about that :

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    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
    WOW !! Looking good man. Looks soooo much more like a car just by adding the dash! What a great spot to hide a NOS bottle where the a/c use to be!!

    How would you service it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMWS6TA View Post
    How would you service it?
    Just use the glove box opening. You couldn't use a very big bottle of course, but if you were street racing and wanted a lil bit of an edge, that would be a cool hiding spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RONS98TA View Post
    Just use the glove box opening. You couldn't use a very big bottle of course, but if you were street racing and wanted a lil bit of an edge, that would be a cool hiding spot.
    sneaky pete system

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    Sneaky Pete? Not for our boy, Jeremy. If he were to put Frank on the bottle, it'd be the biggest baddest nitrous setup on the planet... and then he'd still want one bigger.

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