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Old 03-06-2004, 09:40 AM
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Here are a few..the interior is changing as we speak, Jim is pulling the interior out NOW..







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If anyone wants the complete interior - seats, carpet, door panels, pillars, speaker trim pcs, console, let us know. We would make someone a sweet package deal. Carpet is excellent, passenger seat has two small tears in the seam up front - can be fixed because it looks like the thread broke. Drivers seat has bolster wear no tears.

Air Bag steering wheel available also.
Rear wiper motor, sunroof motor and cable
A/C climate controller, front dash trim pcs
A/C compressor, condensor
blower motor assy
nose panel and headlight covers too
foglight trim, driver foglight small crack, passenger good.
eventually K26 and turbo water pump
cruise control assy(brain and solenoid)
alarm module
air bag controller

jwl has a pair of rear koni adjustables, less than 1000 miles.
Also have a Jet Hot coated 1 pc crossover pipe, so if someone is doing a rebuild at the moment, great pc to add.
Bat wing has been sold, had several emails, went to the first person.

Car is in Corpus Christi TX, now I know one of you Texas Greaseslingers wants that Jet Hot coated crossover pipe..

If you have needs email either of us
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Old 03-09-2004, 09:32 PM
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Progress being made..rather jwl is making progress, I'm selling parts!



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Old 03-09-2004, 09:43 PM
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how did you take the sounds padding off of the sides of the center console area?!mine was soo hard to come off i quit trying!looks like we've got identical interiors!if you have the chance and if you never threw away everything you took off,try weighing it.im kinda interested in how much i saved from doing the same.keep up the good work!
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It looks so sweet bare down to the metal like that!

Are you gonna yank the dash to?
If so, please post some pics. I keep thinking about building one of those custom carpet dashes.
I want to see a pic with no dash to see what the starting point is.
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We are keeping the dash but it's coming out to get the wiring out thats not needed. We are going to bypass the alarm and remove the air bag contoller(making sure the car starts after those two) and make a custom pc for the front air vent and custom plastic along the center of the dash.

Keeping hazard, window switch, trip od for race log, defog in case we need on an early morning, that's pretty much it. Where the front vent(s) are, there will be a driver air vent, boost, oil press and temp, water temp, gauge(s), below on the center section will be WBO2 readout, boost ****, fire pull T handle, power switches for extras if needed.

I found a set of Kinesis K27, custom for an 87, 8.5 F and 10 R, with a set of Yokahoma A032Rs, 245/45/17 F and 275/40/17 R, heat cycled only, for $1500. What do you think?
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:10 PM
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Don't get those wheels. They suck. Send me the seller info so I can scold him.....
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:28 PM
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Originally posted by Ski
We are keeping the dash but it's coming out to get the wiring out thats not needed.
I bet you'll reconsider once you see how friggin heavy that dash is. Once you do, may I recommend the GT Racing dash? That's what I have and it's a nice unit.

Wiring is a bitch. I just dumped all of it and built a custom harness for only what was needed. Dumped the fuse box and all the troublesome relays at the same time (I run AN certified circuit breakers now). The harness alone will save a bunch of weight.

The insulation on the sides of the tunnel will come out with a good sharp scraper and liberal use of elbow grease. Same thing with the floor padding. I used a heat gun on some of the stuff when it was too hard to get out alone.
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SeaCay:

Where can I get some info on the GT Racing dash?
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We're thinking about doing something like this!



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Guess I should have looked at this before I just emailed you..
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Old 03-09-2004, 10:51 PM
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It's a JABR thing!!!
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It's a JABR thing!!!
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damn, thats HOT!!!!

where can I get info on that!?
with all that venting gone I could actually fit some gauges!

I must have it!
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I want to build a track car!!!
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