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Offline 1000hpJohn

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Upgrades to my Elky for 2017
« on: January 26, 2017, 06:32:45 AM »
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Re: Upgrades to my Elky for 2017
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2017, 06:34:56 AM »
Bump to kick start this again. :D

Today I fired up the heater and raised the back end of my Elky up and disconnected the anti roll bar links, the lower shock bolts, removed the calipers and than the drive shaft.  Removed the 4 link bars and the wishbone and pulled the axle out from under to repair a fracture on one of the tubes.  I'll fire up the tig welder and get it fixed.  Need to pull out the nitrous bottle, driver seat and shifter, pull the carpet back and start with the new floor mount brake pedal I'm installing.  Since building new fender headers, the M/C on firewall was in the way.  Going with two remote reservoirs and two M/C's.
That's about it for the day.

We sold our SS Camaro last year but this is from our town car show.

Canopy and all with crew chief staying cool underneath it.



Nothing cooler than seeing this when you open the garage door!!!! Just cool...lol



These are for your enjoyment.





John
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