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Old 06-12-2009, 01:37 AM
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Here are pix of my new motor getting ready to go into my T Type. Parts by Cottons Performance, Machining by Randy's Performance Center, Powder Coating and assembly by yours truly.







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Old 06-12-2009, 01:26 PM
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looks awesome john. i like that red anodized/powder-coating
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Old 06-12-2009, 08:02 PM
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Like how you used Yellow for the Buick letters. Looks like a killer, nice job!
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Old 06-13-2009, 01:48 AM
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Thanks,. The letters are actualy chrome but I guess the lighting made them look yellow
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So, I take it you do your own powder coating, based on the oven in your garage? If so, is it easy enough?
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Old 06-14-2009, 01:28 AM
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Brian you are very observant. Yes that is the oven i use and it is very easy. Check out the Eastwood Company if you are interested in doing your own Powder coating.
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Man that looking sweet. I can't tell it that a production 4.1 block?
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Brian you are very observant. Yes that is the oven i use and it is very easy. Check out the Eastwood Company if you are interested in doing your own Powder coating.
Yeah, if I ever get the time/money to do my kitchen over, my oven won't find it's way to the curb, it will find a nice home in the garage. I'm actually wondering how bad the powder coating tastes. I don't use the oven that oven, I use the grill mostly. If it doesn't taste too bad, maybe I'll just do it when my wife isn't around.
Just kidding, but I do want to do my own parts.
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Thanks Walter. Yes that is a production 4.1 block bored to 4 inches.
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Thanks Walter. Yes that is a production 4.1 block bored to 4 inches.
Can you provide build-up 411? Plus turbo 411 etc.
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