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Old 12-02-2017, 06:55 PM   #61
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I have these on my car from S&W racecars.
I have a pair of these now.
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Old 12-02-2017, 09:15 PM   #62
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A friend of mine cut the mounts about 1 inch above the bottom mounting flange and welded them to the bottom of the Kirkey, then bolted the flange to a seat track.
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Old 03-07-2018, 06:39 PM   #63
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While we're waiting on Todd to get out of paint shop prison I'll get a update in..

Seats are in.

I started fitting the interior.... The gauge cluster turned into a nightmare with the dash bar but after quite the modifications I was able to get it fit. Looks like the K&R switch panel is gonna fit nice in the radio spot .


I ended up going with Aeromotive for the entire fuel system.



Hopefully the weather breaks so I can roll it outside and paint the trunk and dash. Until then the radiator is ordered and on its way.
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Old 03-08-2018, 06:47 AM   #64
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How wide are your kirkey seats? Did you have to make a custom bracket to attach them to the floor? Do you have any pictures? Thank You
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How wide are your kirkey seats? Did you have to make a custom bracket to attach them to the floor? Do you have any pictures? Thank You
17" wide. Ended up using 2X2 aluminum. Had to offset the bolt holes for the floor but it all worked.
The brackets bolted to the seat came from S&W. You should be able to get the idea from the pic I posted but I'll try to get a better one.

For what it's worth Rhodes race cars sells a nice bracket that bolts to the floor then bolt the seat to it but there like 150 each side.
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:01 AM   #66
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I need to drive up to ART and get some of those carbon bar protectors. I also like the Aeromotive in-tank A1000. Coming together nicely!
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Old 04-06-2018, 06:18 PM   #67
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Thanks Todd.

Radiators in. Champion was great to work with and charged $100 to add the an fittings. I have to redo the top hose. What's that saying, measure twice cut once lol



The clown that did the cage talked me into letting him build a wheelie bar. What a total POS!!!!! It was 10" to long, un sprung and so crooked and weak I probably would've wrecked if it hit.

Anyone in the new England area stay far away from Steve Oldham and Top Notch chassis prison in Freetown MA.

I gave Ken Keir a call and he got me situated. What a super nice piece, night and day from the $700 junk I was left with.

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Old 04-06-2018, 06:20 PM   #68
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Thinking about the AutoPlumb adapters for the radiator so I don't have to mess with welding to the radiator.
https://autoplumb.com/collections/au...mostat-housing

Sent you a PM about the bars.
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Thinking about the AutoPlumb adapters for the radiator so I don't have to mess with welding to the radiator.
https://autoplumb.com/collections/au...mostat-housing

Sent you a PM about the bars.
I saw the adapters but figured it was just another place to leak or have a problem. For the extra 100 I felt it was well worth it.. think I have 6 change into the rad, fans, shroud and fittings.....I set out to way over build the car in case I wanna go a different route some day but most importantly I want to lessen any chance of problems so I can drive it like I stole it...
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