Progress Thread SN95 "Project Father & Son" 1994 GT

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VibrantRedGT

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Your on the downward spiral now! :jester:
Well a lot went down.

Shelby got endorsed by Nike

I've decided the Booster and Master cylinder must be removed so that's coming out this week.

I finished painting the passenger valve cover, the battery tray is complete too.

All the smog is gone so I made an EGR delete real fast.

I bagged and tagged everything.

If it wasn't a million degrees I would have kept going.

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VibrantRedGT

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How do you get rid of the egr codes?
Quite easy, take the EGR cap off until you see the plunger. Now press that in, glue it...zip tie it, whatever will work then plug it into the connector. The ECC will see the EGR as functioning.

Scroll up to all the parts in the baggy's. See the EGR on the bottom row? See the silver rod / plunger? That's what I'm referring to.

I'll put it in one of the videos when I get to it.
 

VibrantRedGT

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Getting rid of some holes, for instance this car had hood pins. After they removed this was crap that was left.

I've already put glazing putty and the gaps have been filled. I just forgot to take pics.

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VibrantRedGT

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Body work in the engine bay has begun.

BEFORE

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AFTER

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Passenger side, filled with steel those big holes from the stock air box. Still have to sand it all but here is a shot in progress.

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I"m cover all those small rivets welds and even though this area will be cover I still have to make it nice.

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VibrantRedGT

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Radiator support complete.

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That goop on the passenger side is duct tape. I'm going to remove that and weld in a piece of steel to seal that hole off (not needed). It's raw under there so it's ready to weld, didn't want primer all over it.

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All I need is the moisture filter and the Crystal white paint. Scratch that, the booster and clutch cable need to come off so I can prep the firewall first.

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It's 92 degrees and Shelb's is laying in the sun, so weird but she loves the sun.

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What a pain this is to take out a booster.

Apparently the entire assembly had been leaking a long time. The fluid has rusted out a section of the K-Member. Every time I pull something off this car it reveals more work and money for me. That's why we call it the Onion. Peel the layers and it gets worse.

Look far down on the third pic, I tried to put light on it.

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90sickfox

I didn't really have an issue with the stink...
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That sucks... but glad you caught it before it suggested ot the frame rail.
 

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Just ordered:
New Master Cylinder (not reman)
Cardone Booster (I worked for Cardone for 16 years, had to give them something back)
Motorcraft Fuel Filter
Total: $133.94 after I return the Booster Core ($45.00)

I worked on the Upper / Lower intake this weekend. This is the stuff you never see on YouTube. I bought the intake used, came with ZERO hardware so I had to make or buy my own. I also have a couple of areas where I need to cap off. Lastly, I put it all together to make sure it was perfect.


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90sickfox

I didn't really have an issue with the stink...
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I made the mistake of not painting my booster. It looks rusty as hell now.
 

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I made the mistake of not painting my booster. It looks rusty as hell now.
Well, I scuffed up the booster to paint and it actually looks great. I had even prepped for paint with covering everything in aluminum foil (Dollar Store).

I may just shoot it in clear and call it a day.

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I made the mistake of not painting my booster. It looks rusty as hell now.
Do like Mike, and get a paint brush and rustoleum that thang.
Whatever paint they put on the booster its deceptive...You could see mine turning orange more and more every day. I don't know that I'd clear coat anything...I think the booster needs a sho-nuff coat of paint on it.
 
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