Edit: You cannot hear the pump over the exhaust so your golden.
Agree you cannot hear it when your head is against the exhaust tips, but honestly, how long can you survive there? I would imagine that cage will spend most of his time in the drivers seat & you can hear the bloody thing in there (& it could not be any further away ......... )
I have weakened cage, I will bring over some insulators so you can build the new "Holley Blue silencer .......
It is easier to get older than it it is to get wiser
Now that I have a bit of time a few thanks is in order
Big thankyou to Boofhead, ozbilt, soc123_au, gbx78 and hybrid. Great bunch of guys and very eager to help.
Thanks to Boofhead for the second time spending a weekend with me on the car. Flew down from Brisbane for the weekend and his knowledge was invaluable. Big effort Boof thanks mate. Didn't we have fun with that ignition and dizzy?
Another massive thanks to Kerry for also giving up his valuable time to help a fellow mustangtecher. Kerry sorted out the door glass for me, not quite finished but a massive step in the right direction. Thank God Kerry was there also when we started to kick it in the guts. We first had ignition problems then dizzy issues. Watching Boofhead and Kerry work to solve the problems with the spark was actually extremely interesting and I learnt a lot. I was pretty stressed as it took a long time but they were cool and calm. Thanks mate 👼
Big thanks to Steve as usual who continues to help me get this thing on the road. For almost 5 years now he has been looking after me where he really doesn't have to. Just a genuinely top bloke and now a good friend. He hates wiring and I mean hates. Very funny :rotfl:
Hybrid turned up on Saturday and immediately got to work. Sorted out the Holley Blue for me and had plenty of knowledge when it came to the electricals. Stayed quite late too after getting a leave pass. I have a feeling he enjoyed himself and probably would have loved to have been there on start up. Another top bloke who has plenty of mechanical/electrical tricks up his sleeve.
And big bad George. Wiring demon, relay king, champion stripper and crimper and solderer. Worked his arse off and was an enormous help. Also drove his beast over which was great to see. That thing sounds unbelievable. Now drive it like you stole it George.
Also Steve's worker boy, Shaun. Stayed around off the clock to hang with the guys, helped grab bits and pieces from Nepeans and got coffees, food, tools etc. A great young kid.
Again a massive thankyou for these guys who turned up on their own accord to help me out. I owe you all big time. Anytime you need anything I am there.
"The simple answer is, even if I have decided I still don't know what to do."
Its all been said but I e joyed it. I wish I could have spent more time there. It's a great bunch of guys.. the mustang brotherhood. I think most of us love the opportunity to work on a car regardless of experience. Just being part of something is humbling.
thanks for having me for some of the journey.
Haha yes I will drive it like a stole it when i sort the front end out.
hopefully u will be registered in no time now
'You can never test fire too many times.' - Hybrid
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