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#1592950 - 09/27/14 06:22 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
RichV Offline
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http://www.slantsix.org/forum/viewtopic....36d3a48960c8886


If anyone knows how to get a column shift to work with a four speed in an early a body and still have reverse, post it up. I want one for an upcoming project after the Dart.

Here's some info on this subject.

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#1592951 - 09/28/14 12:13 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: RichV]
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Some early 60s chevy vans had a 4sp column

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#1592952 - 11/17/14 05:23 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: dangina]
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Some stuff I added to the thread on FABO today...

Some sheet metal work on the doors...







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#1592953 - 11/17/14 05:28 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
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Bulkhead on the Hotwire Harness... yes this will all get wrapped when finalized.






Brake Bias mount...




Leaf Spring front hanger support...

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#1592954 - 11/17/14 06:21 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
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Very nice!
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#1592955 - 11/21/14 10:50 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: RylisPro]
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VERY NICE WORK!!!!!
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#1592956 - 11/21/14 12:05 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: 70blackfish]
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Beautiful! The level of fab work on your car is amazing! More pictures please!!
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#1592957 - 01/12/15 11:28 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: NV69B7RR]
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Wheels are on and the car is on it's suspension at the moment...

I went cheap on the wheels to start with since I'm not sure where this will end up for tire size. They will always make good rain wheels. Got them from American Muscle. They are 18x10 at 24mm and weigh 20.9 lbs for $210 each. Didn't think that was too bad for a wheel of that weight and size.











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#1592958 - 01/12/15 11:45 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
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Some more fab shots and details...


Wiring with OBDII Port that will be used for the RacePak.


Dual Battery switch and isolator that is used for the FIA legal kill switch. There is a button on the cowl and on the dash that is used to kill the car. Details on their site Armtech .






At least I have a piece of Carbon Fiber on the car...


Racepak and Dash layout




Fuel Cell and pump leads


Dual pumps mounted in a surge tank. Switch on the dash to flip between if one fails.




Remote oil filter mount
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#1592959 - 01/12/15 02:02 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
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I highly recommend getting the clear cover for the IQ3
250-DS-IQ3CVR
The one without a flange
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#1592960 - 01/12/15 06:56 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: RylisPro]
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Love the build, helps me make up my mind on a lot of nick nack stuff. I will probably resign myself to nixing the glove box compartment for fuse box access and just have a tray in there for my registration and insurance to sit.
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#1592961 - 01/12/15 11:28 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: Consulier]
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So you can rear mount these calipers... Maybe my rough and dirty approximation of an alignment was a little funky.
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#1592962 - 01/12/15 11:51 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: MuuMuu101]
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So you can rear mount these calipers... Maybe my rough and dirty approximation of an alignment was a little funky.




But what UCA's is he using? And what diameter rotors and what/who's brake setup?
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#1592963 - 01/12/15 11:58 PM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: autoxcuda]
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So you can rear mount these calipers... Maybe my rough and dirty approximation of an alignment was a little funky.




But what UCA's is he using? And what diameter rotors and what/who's brake setup?




He's using Dr Diff's, I asked him on FABO. I'd assume he's using Hotchkis' UCA's as they're building his car.
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#1592964 - 01/13/15 12:01 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: autoxcuda]
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That is my Stage 4 brake kit with Baer rotors and a slightly shorter caliper. I don't think it will clear the Hotchkis UCA, when mounted toward the rear, however.
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#1592965 - 01/13/15 12:13 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: DoctorDiff]
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I got lucky at Woodward!

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That is my Stage 4 brake kit with Baer rotors and a slightly shorter caliper. I don't think it will clear the Hotchkis UCA, when mounted toward the rear, however.




My experience proves this to be true... Granted my alignment was pretty rough and dirty, the bleeder was literally sitting right underneath the UCA at full droop.
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#1592966 - 01/13/15 12:29 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: MuuMuu101]
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I'll call the HPE guys tomorrow and get the skinny.

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#1592967 - 01/13/15 12:54 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: DoctorDiff]
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That is my Stage 4 brake kit with Baer rotors and a slightly shorter caliper. I don't think it will clear the Hotchkis UCA, when mounted toward the rear, however.




Are those 13" rotors or 14"?
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#1592968 - 01/13/15 01:03 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: autoxcuda]
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That is my Stage 4 brake kit with Baer rotors and a slightly shorter caliper. I don't think it will clear the Hotchkis UCA, when mounted toward the rear, however.




Are those 13" rotors or 14"?




It looks like the same kit as mine with 13" rotors. If they were 14" they'd fill up the wheel almost completely. Have you ever seen OzHemi's setup with 14" rotors on an 18" wheel?

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#1592969 - 01/13/15 07:37 AM Re: Hotchkis 76 Dart Build [Re: autoxcuda]
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Are those 13" rotors or 14"?




13", they say it clears, I've not been there to see it. If for some reason it doesn't, then they'll flip them around, or whittle up a new adapter to rotate the caliper down to clear.

Not way up there on my worry list at the moment...
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