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stan

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My knight Rider Project
« on: January 26, 2011, 00:58:19 »
Make sure you have good speakers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqm1yaiUojE

work in progress.

almost sent this thing to the scrab yard few days ago.  decided not to lol

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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2011, 17:42:51 »
Unfinished wheel

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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2011, 19:50:56 »
These are hedman headers drag series.
They are coated with Flame Tuff Flame Proof paint (2500 F%) and High temp heat paint (1500).  

 I give 3 months before this paint starts chipping..  

I would perfer to use these on my truck since my truck will some day be red when ever i buy paint.  
 But they might go on here.
I've been having issues mounting these on my truck,
 there 3 inch ports with no flange. my exhaust i got for the truck are 2.25 daul flow with cross over pipes with flowmasters.
  I can weld a flange on and go from there but then there goes the paint lol.  Either way if i put it on the trans am i would use the blue flameproof caoting.  



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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2011, 15:47:34 »
I painted these valve covers last night and baked them in my oven lol is that wrong?

Any way they came out ok but I should not have rushed the prep work



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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #4 on: October 29, 2011, 05:16:54 »
Hey, I bake polymer clay in my oven... I'm pretty sure cancer is a myth, just like global warmimg.   ;)

If you're going to be doing a lot of that though, I would recommend making a simple curing oven out of a plywood crate lined with heavy duty foil and powered by a few heat lamps and a rheostat.   Just make sure you operate it out in the open, away from your flamables.
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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #5 on: November 02, 2011, 23:31:01 »
hey yeah good idea

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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #6 on: November 02, 2011, 23:38:42 »
The stupid thing blew a head gasket.
I'm Going to get the gasket set but first check the  intake gasket
I hope its just that But I would rather buy a different motor from the wrecking yard.
$900 bucks would get me a 1972 dodge charger with a 2010 hemi
its not in the car but remountting the engine and tranny mounts aint so bad.
I worry about the expensive custom drive line 'd need to have made

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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #7 on: November 03, 2011, 00:24:33 »
I would love to have a '72 charger with a Hemi engine. Being a Mopar nut.
Good luck with it if you take on the task.

Mac
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Re: My knight Rider Project
« Reply #8 on: November 20, 2011, 13:22:19 »
I would love to have a '72 charger with a Hemi engine. Being a Mopar nut.
Good luck with it if you take on the task.

Mac


I would love to take on that task.  Having kids is to time consuming  and With the weather ice cold It wouldnt get done for 100 years lol.  He said $200 for the charger with no motor.
Needs motor and paint