Member Page: tym gilbert
Member ID: tgilber2Status: Free Member
bradenton, fl, USA
Member Since: 2009-12-09
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Posted on: Tuesday January 8, 2013
05.10 update - hauled the head, block, crank and con-rods, new cam bearings and frost plugs off to the machine shop - completed all machine work on the new coil mount, fits nicely in the block - completed the build of the Electronic Control Unit. I'm using a MegaSquit MS2 kit. Quite a bit of fun putting that together and testing all the circuits. - more work on the wiring, completed the front end wiring, headlights, side-marker lights and turn signals, horns, fans, power distributi...
Posted on: Saturday April 17, 2010
Spent this morning testing some of my new wiring. Because I'm paranoid I'm using an AC/DC transformer 12V, 1.5A ouput) to light up the new harness. Figured this way I wouldn't toast my new wiring while making sure I've got all the circuits right. During this time I discovered one of my rad fans was squealing like a little girl in a carnival haunted house. So off I went to do some research on how best to address this new found discovery. This forum is great, you can find out anything you e...
Posted on: Wednesday April 14, 2010
Two months since my last update, well into the nitty-gritty now. There are two main phases to this restoration, lump and wiring. Each main phase has a number of sub-phases as follows; Lump complete rebuild conversion to EFI conversion to EDIS ignition Wiring re-route rear harness re-wire/route front harness relays and fuses ECU for fuel and spark control Lump I pulled this and the trans back in January, dismantled and it has been sitting in pieces since. Need to get off my ba...
Posted on: Monday February 8, 2010
First a little history on the car and then on with the mayhem. 1977 B purchased by my father in 1980 and used as his daily driver until he parked it in 1996 with some valve clatter. There it sat for about two years, until he decided to part with it. Upon receiving the car in the summer of 1998 I began my restoration project. In 98 I went through the suspension and replaced all the rubber bushings with poly ones, rebuilt the kingpins, brakes, steering rack and replaced all the rubber around...
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