This is the last time this was on the road:
Let us pop the hood and get working!
This is the object of our attention today:
First things first: taking off the steering wheel:
Here is my cheap boost gauge:
I thought this thing had more miles on it than this. Not that it even matters at this point.
Here is the wiring I did when I modded the gauge cluster to run blue LEDs:
More awesome mounting of things:
Here is my favorite steering wheel mod:
This is likely the most important part of the car:
Another peak at the LED:
Here is another essential mod:
After some wrangling, the Dash is out:
This is for Ron:
After spending some time on my back under the dash:
This thing is perfect:
A lot of road grime behind the booster, but the seal actually really works!
I painted the booster, as I detested the grey crap finish on the booster, so I painted it:
The finish isn't great as it was super humid and I did minimal prep, but it looks way better than before!
New with the new MC:
That new reservoir is HUGE!
I'm being pick, but I don't like the bands on the reservoir:
The stock one is wider over a larger part of the circumference
I adjusted the rod to the same length as the stock one, though, it isn't the exactly correct way to do it, but we'll see what happens when I drive the sucker:
Here is what it looks like installed:
Now one to some other stuff!
I don't remember why I blocked off this section on the air diverter:
Does anyone know a good replacement for all the foam surrounds on the outlets?
I couldn't find my brake bleeder kit, so I picked up these to "bench" bleed the master:
For years I never had the cover on my gauge cluster. DON'T do that. The plast doesn't like UV exposure: