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Thanks to Johnpro, the most awesome image hoster around, I have these photos of my "big block six" with her brand new Cool Flex heater and radiator hoses. Next up is the chrome starter solenoid, chrome hood inserts, Cool Flex fuel line and Cool Flex spark plug covers. And yes, chrome brackets are in the works for cleaning up my gauge and carburetor vacuum/wiring... I have an aftermarket tach, oil pressure gauge, water temp gauge, tranny temp gauge, and voltmeter. It makes for quite a mess under the hood and I'm working feverishly with my fabricator to get some aluminum molds with which I can get some chromed steel pieces. Isn't chrome so yummy? Yummmmm....Oh... My intake manifold is also set for chroming next month. Don't know how we're going to do it though... we'll figure it out.

Enjoy!

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Hey, thanks for the recommendation. I'll definitely be looking into those clamps!
 

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sig test..
 

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Rather than a 22K pic in your sig, why don't you use a clickable thumbnail?

http://www.kkpony.com/64-66/thumbs/l20068-eng.jpg

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Just remove the spaces from the above line to make it work.

This way you have a 3K picture that everyone can see and a bigger one if they choose to click on it. It keeps the modem guys from whining... /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
 

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Thanks Kent!

And Bill.. Glad there is appreciation for hard work, regardless of cylinder count...
 

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Is this better? I don't want any trouble with the VMF coppers
 

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Thanks for the compliment, Kent. Coming from you, that is a BIG one!!
 

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Beautiful work! Who says a six can't be awesome! Congratulations on a great job.
 

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Thanks guys, I appreciate the compliments.

As for my exhaust, I have a dual outlet header ( 2 1/2" collectors) with a ceramic coating. For pipes my choice was SLP blueprinted and polished 2 1/2" which connect to two seperate single inlet/outlet Borla ProXLS mufflers. From the mufflers I've got 2 1/2" pipes with 2 1/2" chrome tips.


It sounds pretty mean. Obviously it doesn't sound as throaty and loud as a 8 cylinder but that's OK, I like the unique tone of the six.
 
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