Originally Posted by theterminator93
Correct me if I'm wrong... but from what I've seen lately it looks like you're basically done modifying the car - have removed basically all the extra stuff from it that's going to be removed and done the welding and such - and are getting things ready to put back together?
Or is that a bit premature. I recall you wanted to work on the bumpers a bit and do something with a belly pan... not to mention the roll cage.
I guess you can say I'm about half way there now.
I still have a few seams to weld under the hood(these are getting welded mostly for the smoothing of the engine bay), and a lot of grinding to follow.
I still need to scrape the sound deadening from the bottom of the car and in the fenderwells, and paint all that too.
I still have half the subframe connectors to do(forgot to post pics of that).
And of course the roll bar. Then the paint inside.
Also the paint under the hood.
Then(I thought I was getting done too), I have heads to do a port job on, maybe rebuild the shortblock, and reasemble the motor.
I'm on the market for a C4 tranny, and a decent stall.
Oh yeah, I still have some of the dash to finish, rewire the car.....
okay, maybe not half way there yet...
Originally Posted by kustomizingkid
Why don't you just cut off the whole front bumper brace/Impact Absorber crap....
Its structural, I doubt he would spend all that time seam welding welding the whole car just to take out the main part connecting the subframe.
I have given it some thought.....I have a real good idea about removing it and replacing it with something a few pounds lighter.