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Title: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 13, 2016, 18:49:14
Hello. This is some kind blog of my projects. Im doing widely all kind of stuff so this sort of blog feels right to me
  Something about me first. Im 20 years old bachelor of engineering from Finland. So Ill graduate as mechanical engineer in few years. I become inspired from old bikes, cars and other vintage stuff. My currently project is cafe/brat style Honda cb400 ive been building a while now. Also Ive been doing some joinery recently.
  I try to be active on this blog and update it atl east few times a week.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 13, 2016, 19:34:18

  So my Honda project is readyish, but theres something still I want to change.
   The bike is Honda cb 400 twin. It was in very good condition when I get it few years back. Last summer the look of the bike satisfied me but the performance of the bike wasnt good. Carburators didnt work with free flow air filters.
   This winter I totally teared the bike down to atoms and started brain stormig and thinking whats next. My thought was to paint the body, do an engine overhaul. I also wanted some details on bike like strip everything not needed off from the handle bar and make minor control switches to bar.
   Anyways here is some footage from the past. Painting, making the seat, pics from last summer ect.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 14, 2016, 15:09:09
Today I was building a painting booth in my garage hall. I used metal pipe to body and covered it with tarp.
     Booth is attached to back wall by hinges so its possible to lift the booth up with winch. Thats because I dont need the booth all the time so its very practical if I can winch it up if I need the space for car ect.
    Also I thought to make some kind of ventilation to the booth so painting chemicals moves out. I put few pipes to make kind of flue from the booth to outside of hall.
   The booth isnt ready yet, still need the winch and some kind of fan to ventilation so gasses moves out.
   
   

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 15, 2016, 14:46:07
Something about place Im working in. It is  half  of a big hall, in small shipyard. The hall is built for a ship, but now there is wall which separates the hall in two smaller section.
  Hall is pretty big, garage room is something around 120m2 so there is plenty on room to rock. There is balcony built for a "inspiration" room in hall.   Hope Im able to add "panorama" pictures here
   
   

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: LateralSage on Feb 15, 2016, 15:44:30
Looks pretty awesome man
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Post by: B541Niner on Feb 15, 2016, 16:08:41
That place is cool.
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Post by: yorkie350 on Feb 15, 2016, 16:18:08
Hell yeah :o  that's some work space man sure beats my shoebox haha :-[ enjoy the journey mate and keep the updates flowing (along with a few beers ) :P :P always here for Q&A's
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 16, 2016, 15:15:20
Thank you! Haha, I used to work in "shoe box" before so yes this is dream compared to that
    I told Ive worked on some wood stuff and joinery kind of things. Few months ago I did a coffee table. I got the the idea when I found long and thick waned plank and I thought is just nice for making a table top. The deck was pretty massive i guess 2" thick so also legs had to be. Legs are made of 4" x 4" lumber, and skirt/frame is 2" x 2" lumber. Table is stained with "dark mahogany" and  varnished. Im annoyed I havent more pics of working progress Deck stained, deck stained and varnished, and finished table.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 17, 2016, 16:38:47
Today  I was cleaning and painting my bikes engine. I thought to paint it black, cause it would be easier to "maintain" smart looking. It would oxidice too fast if i polished it only. Painted body and swing too. Also polished engine sides a little bit.
   I drop few tears today. Bikes last owner had to be some kind of retard. Well, I measure a piston of the bike a while ago and ordered new pistons. I got the pistons few days back and today I quick fitted the piston to the cylinder. The cylinder was loose..? I fitted to another cylinder, it was good. So last owner has only replaced one piston and drilled one cylinder to bigger!? I measured old pistons again so yes. One 70.5mm another 71mm.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 17, 2016, 16:46:20
Old pistons.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: coyote13 on Feb 17, 2016, 17:15:20
Probably should have taped over the gasket surface before painting....
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 18, 2016, 07:26:03
Well, maybe. Dont worry not purposed to leave it there Ive to anyways clean the gasget surface before assembly so no proplem.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: DesertKZ on Feb 22, 2016, 13:42:14
That table is awesome!
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Feb 27, 2016, 08:01:33
Thanks! Havent doing much lately. Been so nice weathers to snowboard so havent been in the hall for a while.
   Im sketching ideas of balcony furnitures Ill make before summer. Id like to do one petite but firm wood table and some low stools.
   Here is my worktable I resurfaced some weeks ago. The table was pretty bad condition or more likely it was just ugly when I got it but its solid wood so I decided to get it. Now a days is so fucking hard to find good furnitures cause everything is made of chipboard shit.   The table was painted all white and the paint was peeled off some where. I sanded all paints off and let my stain brush swing.  I paintet drawers black and got new knobs. I think little details gives nice look.
 
 
   

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Feb 27, 2016, 08:48:59
Nice small desk does the job, the shelf is a great spot for an alarm clock/charge dock and the 45 yeah?

Your shop is cool, but somewhat reminds me of a scene from one of the saw movies  :o
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on May 08, 2016, 17:09:47
Well, sadly I havent been very active lately. I got my bike assemblied and it is kind of ready to ride now. Here is some pics i took today.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: datadavid on May 09, 2016, 18:17:27
Fint!
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on May 14, 2016, 07:54:54
I had a small sheetmetal work project at school. Assignment was to make something from sheet metal. My group decided to make aluminium side panniers. Made from 2mm aluminium sheet, cutted with plasmacutter, bended with cnc bend press and welded with tig.

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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on May 14, 2016, 08:03:28
Here is video of cutting a sheet with plasma.
X/
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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 20, 2016, 08:44:37
Since I finished my motorcycle project I wanted to start a new project.
Last summer I bought 1973 Ford Taunus. That is the new project. Orginal condition is kind of well.. Alot of rust, engine is lazy and congested 1,6l ohc.
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Post by: julian.allard66 on Oct 20, 2016, 08:49:21
Mad Max XA Falcon MFP Pursuit replica time.
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Post by: Kamn on Oct 20, 2016, 08:56:43
Agree to this 100% ^^^^
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Post by: Kamn on Oct 20, 2016, 09:00:02
I think your Taunus could easily be made to look like this


(http://i1284.photobucket.com/albums/a573/Kamn1/Unknown_zps9rkfqurh.jpeg)
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Post by: irk miller on Oct 20, 2016, 09:22:22
YES!
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Oct 20, 2016, 11:39:24
1.6 OHV Pony... One of my favorite motors  :o

(http://www.burtonpower.com/skin/frontend/bpp_package/burton_theme/images/BurtonPower/EnginePics/Ford-Pinto-SOHC-Engine.jpg)
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Kamn on Oct 20, 2016, 12:28:09
I think its gonna need a little more CC's than that......."last of the V8 interceptors" (aussie accent)

Something more along the lines of this

(http://i1284.photobucket.com/albums/a573/Kamn1/Steve%20Brazille%20Motor_zpskhp8uruo.jpg)
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Post by: teazer on Oct 20, 2016, 12:45:07
Or get a Tickford straight six............ or a Nizpro turbo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2eWHNSaSZU
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Post by: julian.allard66 on Oct 20, 2016, 15:10:51
I think the Taunus is very similar to the Cortina sold in the UK, both the Essex and the Cologne V6 engines fit, and I've seen one with a small V8 in.
The styling is similar to the Aussie Falcon.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: julian.allard66 on Oct 20, 2016, 15:22:32
My great aunt had a brown 2.0 GXL
(http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20161020/e45ab676c143752bcc9f89eb16ef1fed.jpg)
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Post by: teazer on Oct 20, 2016, 16:19:13
Oh dear.  I remember having one of those in Australia.  Blue metallic with a 2.0 SOHC motor.  I couldn't work out why the Taunus looked like a Mk111 but without the coke bottle rear end, so I googled it and seems that Ford Germany re-skinned the rear end to make it cleaner/sharper. 

So does that mean it would take any of the 2.o turbo versions or perhaps a simple DOHC 2 litre motor.  I am sure that the Mk3 came with a straight 6 in OZ so maybe a 1000 Hp turbo six would also slide in there.   OK so that is insane but there's a lot of tuning stuff around still for the 2.0l 4 banger to make it more exciting - after the rust is fixed...

It's the so called Pinto motor yes? and came in 1600 and 2.0 versions.  That's the one that Tune posted a picture of.
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Post by: julian.allard66 on Oct 20, 2016, 16:31:15
Sierra Cosworth has a Pinto based engine, it'd bolt straight in.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 22, 2016, 08:54:15
The motor is Pinto yes. There has been 1.3, 1.6, 1.8, and 2l pintos. These engines is with one camshaft. Also Ford has used 2,3l and 2,8l V6 motors, and if i remember right also ~4l v8 motor (its was rare, was it an africa model or something). I thought ill put a pinto 2l motor and tune it.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 22, 2016, 09:14:00
There is some example of car condition. The car is old so body is rusted badly in some spots. Side skirts and back fenders are the most rusted. Bottom is good condition so its very nice.
  In Finland weather conditions are usually very vet and in winter there snow and ice. During winter they use salt to melt ice from roads and keep them "better condition". So ice/snow/salt slush are poison to car bottom and fenders.
  Ill weld those bad spots and paint them. I wont make perfect. I would feel guilty then driving in rain and during winter.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 24, 2016, 07:13:49
 Few weeks ago I bought a mig welding machine. I decided to get small 170a mig from domeatic company Kemppi . I think it is just good for this kind of working like small sheet metal jobs and car repair welding. Suprise suprise, first thing i welded was small cart for it.

About the car. Bottom of the driver side front door was bad. Front door window's rubber gasget was hardened and worn out so water has leaked inside the door and rusted  bottom of the door. I cut almost whole bottom with grinder and started repairing.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 29, 2016, 13:22:50
I've welded some spots. You can see I'm not pro welder but anyway it will do the trick. The front door's bottom is ready. I also painted it. Colour doesn't match 100% but I'm quite satisfied. I started side skirts also. In Previous post you can see condition. Other side was very rusted inside the skirt so I had to weld a litle spot inside the car. 
  About the motor. I've decided to put 2 liter Pinto engine. I will build a naturally aspirated engine because I'm not familiar with turbos. I also pulled of the old 1,6pinto.
Updates Ill do:
-New camsaft kit (more lift, more angle)
-1,6 l pinto cylinder head (smaller cc->bigger compression ratio)
- Cylinder head porting and bigger valves
-Double carb with dual throat ( dellorto dhla horisontal draught)
-"performance" exhaust manifold (not cast iron)
-oversize cylinders.
- new bearings everywhere.
Ive done some research and there is people who have got about 170hp with this setup. It is enough for me and to old car with 1400kg curb weight
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Post by: DesmoBro on Oct 29, 2016, 22:00:48
Sweet deal nice job so far!
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Oct 31, 2016, 05:50:00
Thanks. Work in progress. I bought a bad condition Ford Sierra, and a spare motor. So I got two 2l pinto motors and Ford Sierra. Cost 50€👍 I took the block to machining and ordered parts to motor.
  Driver side skirt is now ready. Welded, filled and painted whole side skirt and stepboards. Im amateur using putty so there is small bumps here and there.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Maritime on Oct 31, 2016, 10:30:44
Yep but it is all solid steel again so you can re-do the putty down the road, it will still be solid.  Nice work.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 02, 2016, 11:53:38
Both side skirts now done. Im satisfied. Before I start welding I took out everything inside the car. Its small work compared to fire inside the car. Few weeks ago my garage friend bought cheap ~300€, but good condition fiat punto with little rust spot in bottom. So he tought he weld it and go to inspection and then sell it with 600-800€. He was lazy and didnt remove carpets and seats. Now the car sits beside of hall, driver seat, capret under seat, safety belt and some plastic panels burned and small foam extinguister blown there. :o
  My carpet and seats was bit mildew so I took seat fabrics off and washed them. Also washed the carpet with pressure washer. At the same time I put a bit more foam to back seat. I will do same to front seats but I need get new fabrics to them. They are so worn.
   Fenders need to be done and then Ill focus to engine.
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Post by: JustinLonghorn on Nov 02, 2016, 12:33:13
Nice work, man!
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Post by: irk miller on Nov 02, 2016, 12:40:50
Those rims are banging.  I love them.
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Nov 02, 2016, 14:05:30
Those rims are banging.  I love them.

ET's phone home lol
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Post by: lostboy on Nov 02, 2016, 14:06:19
What's the bolt pattern?


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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 02, 2016, 19:18:54
Thanks! Those rims are Wolfrace Slots, bolt pattern is 4x108.  ;)
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 09, 2016, 07:16:21
Work in progress. Nothing really hapened lately. Engine parts came. I ported a cylinder head and took it to cylinderhead pro to finish valve seats. Well.. He noticed the cylinder head was wrong model of 1,6l pinto cylinder head. It was "e-max" head with thinner walls in intake and exhaust ports and bigger combustion chamber than normal version. So that means smaller ports and smaller compressions. So I dumped the head to thrash can and searched new one, the right one.
   Well, I got a new head very cheap 20€. Well, condition wasnt suprisingly good. Valve guides were loose. So that means paper money flying away. Again.
   Lucily I got some contacts so I sent the head to one guy who will install K-Line valve guide-liners to head so that is very good.
 Picture of old shitty cylinderhead.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 15, 2016, 10:17:17
Ive been working on the engine block now. Got the parts and cylinders are machined now so I started to assembly it. I used old crank rods because they are strong up to 7500rpm and its enough to road use. Piston pins were pretty tightly in rods as usual but with heat and hydraulic press no problem. Used pins in freezer and heated pistons, then quickly put pins with hands to new pistons. Then I put new bearings to crankshaft and rods and assembled everything.
  Also painted the block, oilpan and other little parts on the block. Now Im waiting the cylinderhead.
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Post by: Sav0r on Nov 15, 2016, 11:41:11
You got member berries in that cooler?
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Post by: advCo on Nov 16, 2016, 00:48:58
Engine looking mighty fine.


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Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 22, 2016, 08:16:29
Thanks. That viscous fan hub is removed now. It was difficult to remove because I didnt realize it had converse thread and also hard to lock it still. Ill use electrical fan in car because then car will warm up faster in winters and also i think it is good if fan can also cool after engine is turn off.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Nov 27, 2016, 15:04:30
Hello. I found some more rust in the car ???  In Ford Taunus there is a subframe where all front axles collectively are joined, also shock abrossers. So the subframe is attached to car's frame to four spots and there is bushes. I guess bushes were original so I can tell these we very loose and there was pretty big clearance. So, it is maybe reason why the car's steering was kind of "floating". Also two spots the subrame was attached was so rusty. I removed rusty plate and strengthen it so it will be better than new now ;)
Ill get harder bushes so steering will be more steady. Ill post pics of repaired spots later.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 03, 2016, 03:39:30
I ordere polyurethane bushes from ebay. Im thinking if I buy new shock absorbers too.. ;D
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Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 04, 2016, 17:09:49
Project is going on, this weekend I worked on car gauges. Heat indicator and oil pressure warning light doesnt work. Well, there wasnt very much anything. Heat indicator gauge was stuck. I connected the gauge's pos wire to car batterys neg pin and neg wire to pos pin and after that connected it right and that did the trick. Indicator was somehow stuck so connecting electrics converse, it moved indicator converse and released the indicator and unstuck it.
  Next was the oil pressure. There was such a weird thing. In gauges there is red and yellow light. By using common sense, yellow light is under fuel gauge so it is "fuel low" light and red is oil pressure because there is no other lights.   So when I connected oil pressure sensor, then in gauges the yellow light swiched on and the red didnt. I tried to think whats wrong, for a while to be honest. After hour i googled it and suprise google told me what was going on. There wasnt such thing as fuel low light. The yellow was oil preasure light. And the red was low battery light. So after all i managed to fix everything.
  When I bought this car, it was dirty outside and inside. The seller said he had washed car two times in ten years he have had the car. So also car seats was dirty and maybe a bit moldy. I washed seat fabrics and also put more foam to backseat. Now it is so comfy. Its like sitting on cloud. How you know i am not exaggerating about it. Well, that is only one place my garage buddy's dog sleeps in the garage.
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Dec 04, 2016, 20:23:44
Nice to see common sense was included in yer birth build sheet mang... This little transport should serve you well when complete  :o
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Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 06, 2016, 08:57:13
Yes I hope so!  ;)
Yesterday I worked on exhaust manifold. I got a "new" exhaust manifold, with bigger diameter pipes. Stock manifolds are usually pretty bad, heavy cast iron and too small. The manifold is used in other car so it didn't fit right. a Collector pipe's angle was too steep so it pointed strait to cars frame. I cut the old collector and welded new one to the exhaust manifold.
  I also got some new used parts to car like a blinker case.
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Dec 06, 2016, 12:04:14
That's gonna flow some spent gas... you may need to increase the air/fuel mix to balance things out and gain some ponies the the RW


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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 06, 2016, 18:30:08
Yes. Std 2l pinto has one Weber DGAV, upright, double throat carburetor. Im going to put two Dellorto DHLA, side draft, double throat. So fuel intake is going to be much bigger and better.
  The Standard intake manifold of this engine is like the std exhaust manifold. Too heavy, too small diameter, doesnt "breath" enough, too steep angles. Like you know, fuel and exhaust flows better if there is no steep curves in pipes. So I can remove one 90° angle from intake manifold by using side draft carburetors instead of upright carburetors.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 08, 2016, 17:38:57
Here is are the carbs ill use. Missing velocity stacks but im going to get them.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Dec 08, 2016, 19:14:01
Nice pair!


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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 10, 2016, 09:20:38
I thought ill try if i can 3D- print those velocity stacks. I calculated length and diameter of intake runner and did some 3d modeling. I did some research about stack shapes and chose optimal shape. With 2" (10cm) long stack, it gives most power to about 5500rpm with runner diameters I have. I picked numer 9  stack shape. Lets see if I can print those stacks  :)
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Dec 10, 2016, 22:47:59
Genius mang!
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 16, 2016, 10:15:21
It would be fun to print stacks but with 100% fill it would take 4x 9 hours to print  :o So Im going to save my time and just buy stacks.
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Dec 20, 2016, 09:35:52
I got front bushesh installed.  I assembled front collectivelys and lifted engine back 8)
I wanted to see what the engine will look like so I put my spare cylinderhead on, put carbs and exhaust manifold to the head. Everything fits good and there is space to exhaustmanifold and carbs. Looks awesome I think :o
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Dec 21, 2016, 18:52:26
Awesome!


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Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Jan 02, 2017, 07:11:30
Process. Its waiting paint  :)
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Post by: Munamankeli on Jan 08, 2017, 06:26:22
Relocated battery. Old battery place was in the engine room. It was rusted and bad condition. I like clean and roomy engine room so I decided to put battery to trunk.
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Jan 08, 2017, 11:47:03
I hope you have a youtube account so we can hear the little dragon breathe when the time comes  ;D
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Post by: Munamankeli on Jan 17, 2017, 18:33:46
Some more trunk things. The trunk looked messy to me so I  thought to do cover sheet. I used some junk piece of plywood and cutted it to right shape. Then I glued upholstery felt on the sheet.
   When the car is ready I will put some videos I promise 8)
Title: Re: Something wild
Post by: Munamankeli on Jan 21, 2017, 14:15:00
My friend brought the reworked cylinder head yesterday! It was awesome. It has new bigger valve seats and valves. Also new bronze valve guides  8) I need to grind end of ports bigger and plane the gasket surface and then its ready. I hope the D-Day is within month!  :D
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Post by: Tune-A-Fish© on Jan 21, 2017, 22:12:42
Spare tire cover turned out nice. Sounds like things are coming together for the motor.

Keep on pushin on mang!
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Post by: Munamankeli on Mar 15, 2017, 05:50:09
Time flies  :o Ive done something recently. Engine is not running yet, ive to plain few millimeters from the cylinderhead to raise compression rations. Now i ve ported whole cylinder head though. In picture there is orginal and reshaped port.
  I started upholstering front seats. Old ones were so ripped and ragged.
Good news are that I do get self modelled 3D-printed velocity stacks. It took 28h of printing ::)
  I also wanted more meters to car panels. There was ashtray I cutted a bit and bended plywood on it. Few holes, meters and on/off switchs later it was pretty nice.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Mar 15, 2017, 05:53:50
Some more pics
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Post by: ridesolo on Mar 15, 2017, 12:04:08
Anxious to see this one running, keep up the great work.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Mar 19, 2017, 04:48:55
Me too 8)
I said earlier about velocity stacks and upholstery. But forgot to put pics.
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Post by: Munamankeli on Mar 22, 2017, 14:01:20
Next weekend task: Assembly the cylinder head and put all together  8)