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Cars for sale / Re: For Sale: 1993 Mazda RX7 R1 Roller $3000!!!!
« on: February 25, 2021, 03:41:23 PM »
Jesus, that's rough.

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Cars for sale / Re: For Sale: 1993 Mazda RX7 R1 Roller $3000!!!!
« on: February 25, 2021, 08:52:49 AM »
DAMN thread necro. Was about to tell sold.

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General Tech / Re: Best approach for retrofitting AC to my LS1 FD3S
« on: February 24, 2021, 05:26:26 PM »
With a RHD the lines are quite a bit more complicated but there is no reason to run anything other than the GM version compressor. Pick up a mastercool crimper, about $160USD, and build them yourself. I know shipping won't be great but if you cannot source them in the UK check out coldhose.com.

You can run reduced barrier to help with routing but make sure you get the right dies for the crimper.

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Suspension/Brakes/Wheels / Re: 4 channel ABS
« on: February 23, 2021, 09:55:46 AM »
It's not that it's AN. I would just NEVER use a single flare on brake components. Maybe it's just IMO but all the OE's use double flare. If it's safe enough for them to not get sued into bankruptcy it's what I'll do.

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Suspension/Brakes/Wheels / Re: 4 channel ABS
« on: February 22, 2021, 04:45:06 PM »
I would avoid AN completely if possible. It's just not meant for that pressure. Double flare everywhere is a must. Aluminum is just too soft on the fittings.

Second the quality flare tool. I used a cheap one prior and for a couple lines it's fine. For a project like yours get a quality unit that can be held in a vise.

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Suspension/Brakes/Wheels / Re: 4 channel ABS
« on: February 22, 2021, 02:13:44 AM »
100% double flare every fitting. The copper nickel line is super easy to work with and perfect for brakes.

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 20, 2021, 02:03:28 PM »
Have you thought about a no regulator closed loop fuel system or using a fuel flow meter on the regulator return? Thinking of ways to optimize pump flow.

Just because.

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 19, 2021, 03:18:52 PM »
I even checked voltage drop across my long run. Was only .3v. 2/0 is completely nuts. lol

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 19, 2021, 01:45:15 PM »
You should be able to get away with 4ga if using high quality welding wire which I'm sure you are. It starts my 440 12:1 just fine. I've not noticed any hot spots on connections after turn over sessions while tuning.

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 18, 2021, 07:38:29 PM »
Of course you did and yes you do.

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 18, 2021, 04:17:55 PM »
Very nice. Now back to Blakes usual overly complex shenanigans.

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I found 2.26 and 2.47's. Trying to decide is 2400RPM at 80MPH is tolerable.

Trans would be about $1500 shipped for an E9x.

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 18, 2021, 03:51:23 PM »
What are you using for the frequency? Any noise from the low max freq of the megasquirt?

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Build Threads / Re: Blake's 1965 Mustang Project
« on: February 18, 2021, 02:24:49 PM »
I found these since my omrons get hot just from being on. I may have to pick up a couple. 200Hz seems a little low though.

Feel free to join in my nerdism.

$37 for the 18A and $71 for the 30A. The 18A would be plenty for my fuel pump. It pulls 13A. Would need the 30A for my fan though.

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I looked at the gears again. Even if I could find a 2.26 or 2.47 rear the 7th just doesn't work on the e9x boxes. Those gears are super rare though. Early 80's F150's. The 2.26 isn't terrible though. 2400RPM at 80MPH with a 25" tall tire. Plus 40years of metallurgy in strength. That statement just made me feel old.

Super jealous of finding a box that cheap and that close. I WILL have to have one shipped.

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