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Old 10-28-2014, 01:27 PM   #21
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Old 04-14-2015, 08:33 PM   #22
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Wow been awhile since I've posted here. I've had a lot going on lately, moved to a bigger garage, moving into a house and started a new job! I've been fairly overwhelmed to say the least. I did manage to remove the dash to get more weight out of it, had it out before, but didn't do everything I wanted the first time unfortunately. I also needed to remove the pedal assembly to modify the brake pedal as I'm going to manual brakes. Next is dropping the gas tank. I'm going to install the racetronix fuel pump wiring and I'm trying to figure out if I can get away with running one big walbro intank pump to supply all the e85 I'll need for a big cube n/a small block? I have the sub frame ready to be dropped, hoping I can get to that this weekend. I'll have a bunch of pics to post as well. Let me know what you guys think on the fuel deal.
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Walbro has a 450 lph E85 specific pump that will do P# F9000267LPH E85 it will replace your in tank.
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looking forward on your build, I'm also going E85 and 428 with a cam from Tick Performance
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I'm presently working on a small inch high rev build on corn & solid roller will start a build thread in a week or two waiting on oil pump exhaust and cam to come in.
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I'm thinking about going with the Walbro 485 also since I'm gonna run a flex fuel setup, and if that doesn't work out, the intank Aeromotive A1000 Stealth kit.

My 440 is almost ready to go back together. Lookin forward to your results!
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Walbro has a 450 lph E85 specific pump that will do P# F9000267LPH E85 it will replace your in tank.
Thanks for the info I will look into that pump.
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Thanks for the kind words guys

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Havent made a whole lot of progress, just getting some of the interior back in it and getting ready to drop the tank to get the Walbro 450 fuel pump installed and delete what i can with the evap. Went through Martin when he was still at Tick Performance to get a cam spec'd. Everything engine wise is ready for assembly minus the heads. I need to get them sent off to get work done and am looking at options to have them done. The top ones on the list as of late are WCCH and Frankenstein. With spring just around the corner hoping to get things really rolling now. Let me know what you think guys.
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Can't go wrong with Frankenstein heads, man. I have heard nothing but good about FRH. Super cool build. Keep up the good work.
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Can't go wrong with Frankenstein heads, man. I have heard nothing but good about FRH. Super cool build. Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the kind words man. Id also like to mention its been a long time coming. I had a lot of stuff going on like buying a house and going through a career change just to name a few so it definitely put the build on hold for a while. I dont plan on having the build done until approximately this fall so that will be 3 seasons of racing I have missed out on... Im just ready to have the car going again and to be ready for next years racing season
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