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    Mechanical gauges installed

    I'll start by saying I am a huge fan of mechanical gauges, and always hold the electrical gauge readings suspect. I will also say that having the mechanical pressure gauges (fuel and oil anyway) in...
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    I would start (as I did) by opening up the switch...

    I would start (as I did) by opening up the switch and inspecting the springs, spring caps and the switch tabs and terminals. Worry about the wiring after you have a known good switch.
  3. I actually have a VAC gauge on my car and know...

    I actually have a VAC gauge on my car and know how to read it, along with mechanical fule pressure, temp, and oil pressure gauges. I put a pressure switch on the oil pressure gauge line to the lights...
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    No. I didn't miss anything.

    No. I didn't miss anything.
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    If fabricating a 12 inch rod is frustrating and...

    If fabricating a 12 inch rod is frustrating and dramatic, well I just don't know what to say to that.
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    As a business owner, I can tell you that many of...

    As a business owner, I can tell you that many of us are trying hard to do without hiring big ticket employees such as yourself till after the election. The last 4 years have been very tough on us and...
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    $299 bucks for something you should be able to...

    $299 bucks for something you should be able to reproduce for about $5.00 is nuts, like I said, your car is so highly modified that having the "proper" hand brake rod don't mean a thing.
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    1/4 inch stainless rod = $2.19 per foot, 1...

    1/4 inch stainless rod = $2.19 per foot, 1 clevice yoke = $1.50, 1 Nylon insert nut = $0.20.......Not having to put a chunk of 4X4 in front of the tire to keep the car in the driveway, PRICELESS.
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    It may be a little harder to make the parts...

    It may be a little harder to make the parts yourself, depending on skill level of course, but you will save time and money and get that "I did it" proud feeling taking the DIY route. You will also...
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    You do know that you can likely find everything...

    You do know that you can likely find everything you need to fix the rod assembly at the Home Depot, it's not like you have a factory original car that you are trying to keep bone stock.
  11. fuzze, Maryland and DC drivers are the worst in...

    fuzze, Maryland and DC drivers are the worst in North America according to the insurance companies, we will give anyone a license to drive here. Add to that the construction of the roads laid over...
  12. If you ever want to sell your Z PM me, sounds...

    If you ever want to sell your Z PM me, sounds like it has never been driven.
  13. If you have to ask this question, you will need...

    If you have to ask this question, you will need to take a beginner driving course before you daily drive anything. Do us all a favor and stay out of sportscars for a few years.
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    I was going to buy Daves kit, but ended up just...

    I was going to buy Daves kit, but ended up just making my own, it was a time and impatients thing. It is after all is said and done, a really simple circuit to build, although Daves is cleaner than...
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    I love it, drama, WTF does drama mean anyway....

    I love it, drama, WTF does drama mean anyway. He's talking about "back roads" but not doing any cornering (I could only take about 90 seconds of this kids crap). If you want drama get a Jewish...
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    When I bought the car it had a (really anoying)...

    When I bought the car it had a (really anoying) thumper pump wired in by the dealer to combat the vaporlock issues the 73 suffered from. I had to address the VL problems further when I went to the SU...
  17. That’s nonsense, I’ve ridden motorcycles for over...

    That’s nonsense, I’ve ridden motorcycles for over 3 decades and I can tell you that on a motorcycle can maneuver your way out of a crash much easier than you ever could in a car. If you know how to...
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    I have a electric pump on my 73 and don't have...

    I have a electric pump on my 73 and don't have any of this going on Steve.

    I went with the 60amp internally regulated alt and headlight relays at the same time and I endorse this modification/...
  19. The number one saftey addition to any car, but a...

    The number one saftey addition to any car, but a sports car in perticular, is a good set of driving skills. I advise everyone to take an advanced driving course, you will learn things that you would...
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    Was he sitting atop an electric rocket before...

    Was he sitting atop an electric rocket before being launched into orbit? And how do you think his body was creamated, easy bake oven?

    In thrust we trust, baby....
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    When it comes to cleaning aluminum, ask a...

    When it comes to cleaning aluminum, ask a trucker, their rigs are slathered with aluminum parts and they like em' clean. If you hit one of the big truck stops like a T/A you can find an abundance of...
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