Plumbing, nitrous, fibreglass and wiring

Next up was some brake line plumbing, custom braided lines replacing 95% of the lines both inside the car and outside. The remaining 5% are solid lines, no rubber lines left at all.


Because I have a morbid obsession with drag racing a circuit car, a blue bottle went in the boot with it’s heater and associated plumbing.


To get rid of the worst bits of paint on the car and to save a miniscule amount of weight, fibreglass bonnet and boot replaced the factory steel items. Fibreglass bumpers were also fitted.

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Starting to get some electrons moving was next in line, most of which is dummied in place so as to sort out how to get everything working without sparks and smoke.


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