Very clean work man. I like it.
Very clean work man. I like it.
man thats fantastic.
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Well I had a show on Sat> so I had to hurry up and knock these out. Worked on them all day Thur and Friday. Still need to make another panel to run accross the back firewall area but so far I'm really happy with the turn out. The front panel I cut out and then took it to a place that does my water jetting and had them cut out the R/T and Dakota into it. And yes My paint booth was rigged out of a E-Z up canopy, plastic drop cloths and 2 filters with the down draft one attached to a box fan. works great.
Wow, I don't think you can get any cleaner than that great job. nice complete system build also , I've been through that thread a couple of times.
Well- I just getting started on the Firewall cover that will tie the two sides together and allow it to all flow evenly. Like the others I'm building it so that it can easily be removed if I need to do any motor work.
Daaaaammmmmnnnn!!!!! much much props to you man, I've never really been a fan of Dodge Dakota's but I've got to admitt that you have one incredible truck and hella nice build skills....continue the good work and honestly with your level of skills you should have your own custom shop!!!!!! Mad Props my friend.....Rick
Just when they though it couldn't get any worse, in came the Lord of Kaos, the Darkhart has arisen from his century long slumber..
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Lol you should paint the tops of the batteries orange; they stand out. Unless that is the purpose per your sponsors.
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Slowly Taking shape but I'm sure you all can see where this is going.
Ok- here is the final stage- mock up before and after being sand blasting, Now I just need to apply some body filler to smooth it out and it's ready for paint.
i lol'd @ the topic expecting to see someone just grab a bracket and throw another battery on the other side but looks really good!!
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We'll I got it all finished up intime for slamily reunion which was this past weekend. Man was it hot- 113 degrees is too freakn hot. Def had alot of attention at the show.
Wow. Not gonna lie when I saw the picture of you notching into the fender well to level out the battery tray.. I thought man this guy is going to ruin a perfectly good show car.
Wrong. Wrong. haha Looks great man, I dont think Ive seen that clean of a job doing anything in a while.. IMO it doesnt even stand out and I would leave the batteries the color they are. Helps advertise the brand, and you have plenty of color going on in your engine bay anyway.. so whats a little blue going to hurt?
1995 Nissan 240SX 5 speed , 37k original miles
-Headunit: JVC AHD-69
-Speakers: Polk Audio DB6501 comps
-Speaker amp: Diamond D104 old school SQ made in USA, running active on the polks ^^
-Sub: D4 SA12 in a 1.7~cube box tuned to 33
-Sub amp: Sundown SAZ 3k @ 2 ohms
-Electrical: 115A Nissan quest alt, Big 3 with 1/0, C&D 75ah under hood, Power 102aH in trunk.
-Trunk, doors, and rear deck w/ AT 60mil. Doors are sealed. Trunk lid deadened with great stuff + SS Spectrum. Roof also done with SS Spectrum
All i can say is ****...very nice work.
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