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  • WAY2COOL
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    A nice 10 pack right there

    Stay safe and have heaps o’ fun

    KIM
    Test Pilot @ Submarine Airways

    Audrey Jones
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    364590EB-DE8E-4F76-B516-A244CCD41C5061781556-A66A-4FE2-9392-29DC70B042EE6002F187-4B41-47A8-BA35-5204426DD42519936893-4E28-4E71-B1A4-4E82C8B94F281483C3CB-D88E-4736-878C-30AFF17592E2What an awesome weekend thrashing out this racecar!!!! Damn KCW does it again 🤙🏼👏🏻🤩😎 it looks like a whole new car – seriously some of the people on the trailer have new cars and I didn’t realize it but everyone’s been asking us if this is the same car – cause it looks SICK 🔥🤩

    And now the sour apple is CRANDON BOUND 🔥🔥🔥

    JWDII
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    Unbelievably quick turn around journey for that car. It looks outstanding. Lets go KCW, have a blast in Crandon!

    John Jones
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    Best 1164 has ever looked or driven!   Fun project.. Thanks for allowing us to do our thing with your car…,

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    The harder I work, the better I feel, sorta 😎

    Idarado
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    Car looks tight!  KOH in January!!

     

     

    Pat K
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    Finally got around to cleaning this rig up. Pulled the seats and fire wall and power washed it inside and out, top to bottom. 83B1DE49-7C10-4A28-AC54-A96EC19EBCC5E8C8A086-A6DF-440F-92A2-B8582D5719D93051C3A1-D1B5-4175-9B79-BA0BE4DA1FF168012100-5474-4FD5-AC83-E4A919FF752C

    Changed the oil and adjusted the valves after straightening out the dent in #4 cylinder exhaust pushrod tube. FC20BC37-AA36-4D6D-AB2E-B0A40E1BDFBE247780E5-22FA-4C50-99AC-DAAD044E8FDFF8A09CB9-1EB3-495F-85AC-D2F205BB6144

    Header passes directly under the pushrod tubes. On a hard landing it bumps into #4 exhaust pushrod tube.

    Would be wise to change it out before the next race. We would also gain ground clearance with a header that’s has a collector higher up or offset to one side. E6AA072F-1F93-4BDD-AEF6-F3BF4EBF3D72

    Shifter was the only issue this car had in Crandon. Adjusted it and got it a bit better. Felt like the main issue was the shift rod bushing.

    Dug into it yesterday. Bushing was not installed correctly. Just on the rod not in the mount. 4A27CCFA-0205-4A84-B77F-583D581BCE4A

    The rod was crusty as well. Cleaned it up and painted it . New bushing and clip in. Back together, all lubed and shifting smooth now. BD56CAD1-7C86-46E8-9928-510D3C4760C005D89A25-7567-462A-908C-F839C9629E83

    Only race damage was the front bumper that snagged a fender at the start. Dug some china parts out of the KCW stash. All back together.59B3ED1B-643C-4F71-B96D-D791FC89ED82

    One more seat to clean, Dzus the fire wall back in, bolt the seats in and the Sour Apple is ready to go.

    The California 300 is Oct 12-16 in Barstow. Let’s go racing Cory?

    https://thecalifornia300.com/

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    We will build it if it comes.

    John Jones
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    Awesome blossom!!!!  Now your rig is ready for another race!!!  And ready to go home when your ready for it..  😎😎😎😎😎😎

    The harder I work, the better I feel, sorta 😎

    Idarado
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    Awesome indeed!  Pat, you’re the man!

     

    Franz
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    Want us to order an empi sidewinder while its here??

    I’d still like to take your engine apart to make it run correctly. It needs higher compression….or a smaller cam and a Weber IDF.

    Its a good collection of parts, I don’t think it would be that expensive to do.

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