2000 CSVT T-Red *Under Construction*#832 0f 2150
that's a nice fudgen color!!!
99 SVT "BLKOUT2" - PRT street driven track #&$% - 13.904 at 102.58 | 98 SVT - PRT RWD conversion project car
00 ROUSH Cougar - SOLD | 02 SVTF - New toy and R&D car. Future RWD?
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wow....#49 will be looking good tho
1998 Contour SVT Hybrid 3L ASA Racing wheels,Custom Cat back, Graphite Effext Paint
2000 Contour SVT Silver Frost- Stock-traded
1998 Contour SVT T-Red- Stock for most part- Sold
1998 Mustang GT
That thing is going to look sweet in the daylight!
2000 CSVT Silver Frost/Midnight Blue
Well did some work today to try and get the car to a point where I can start sanding it down and prepping it for the primer/sealer.
-A/C completely removed
-power distribution block harness removed
-brake booster and master cylinder removed
-cabin filter housing removed
-wiper motor and arm assembly removed
-windshield washer bottle and lines removed
Some pics of the engine bay (BB shots at night so they are not the greatest). Need to vacuum it out and wash it down. Also still need to disconnect the power steering lines and reservoir. I don't think I'm going to mess with disconnecting the brake lines and ABS control unit. I'll end up just masking them off when I paint. I also don't think I've going to remove the lower section of insulation. I'll most likely fold it back to paint what I can behind it. As to remove it I would have to disconnect brake lines and fuel lines, which I really don't want to do.
wow, personally I would never switch paint colors just because of the engine bay. are you going to go show-ey and smooth out the engine bay before painting?
now you've talked quite a bit on the power bit of the equation, but I don't recall anything about the trans? anything special your doing in that department?
As for the trans I've completed all of the standard upgrades. Forks, diff, shift tower, clutch. I've sent requests to TH to see what he thought/recommended, but he's never responded back. Bottom-line short of installing a new gear set from Quaife (~$2800) there really isn't anything more I could do that I know of. I will be rebuilding it before I put it back in though.