You'll just have to see what I'm talkin about. The way I was thinking the injectors are not straight in a row. They will be clocked at about the 1 o-clock as you look down on them, and laid back radically. I don't think a standard bar fuel rail would work. ( and it would only be 2' long BTW)Someone (me) could have made you a trick fuel rail one piece aluminum machined for all the injectors... Just saying . I think a 3' long injector rail would be bit¢hin!
Kiss bunions,....It's only 2' long. This isn't a diesel out of some Freightliner.When injector rail is only like 16$ a foot it is a heck of a lot cheaper to have a single rail! You sure it is 3 or maybe 4 feet long? Lol
Or i'd just spray you w/ brake clean while lighting the stream w/ a match.I thought about that. That's why I said the wall and not your work bench. lol
Or i'd just spray you w/ brake clean while lighting the stream w/ a match.
Not to sound totally un-appreciative, thanks for the compliment. I don't think I do anything special though.
Troy Trepanier, Chip Foose,...That body guy on Car fix,....they are the ones that are amazing.
I was watching that new show Car fix. IDK the guys name (one of the Co-Hosts) but he took a 71 Camaro, and re-imagined the rear in steel. When he was done,..it looked like it was built that way. He used no filler, and the edges and lines were perfect,.....THAT is what I'd like to be able to do,...not the crafty "migwelded from behind, and ground down" method I used on the red car.With their budgets, I could be amazing too! Juss' Sayin'.
My cam grinder just replied to my inquiry regarding that very subject. He did confirm that they do induction hardening on the lobe, and journal surfaces only and achieve a rockwell hardness of 60-62, while the area I need to machine is actually half of that. So,..all things considered...I'm golden.
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