#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 6) Oops..

This video is Part 6 in the final assembly of the #FairmontProject.

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 5): https://youtu.be/TZ8clQEpzzE

In this episode I modify the carburetor hat so I can put it where I want on top of the carburetor. It doesn’t come without its challenges.

I also spend some time setting up the cold side piping.

It’s all the little things that make up a car you can one day start up and drive. It takes time, and way too much money. Any reasonable person would find a better way to spend their time and money, but not me! I love this crap.

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Parts

My Carburetor Hat: https://www.superiorairflow.com/carb-hats/polished-aluminum-4150-series-o-ringed-carb-hat.html

Silicone Intakes (where I get my piping): https://www.siliconeintakes.com

Tools

Die Grinder & Bits: https://www.jbtoolsales.com/astro-pneumatic-2181b-onyx-2-piece-die-grinder-kit#oid=1002_1

Astro Saw: https://www.jbtoolsales.com/astro-pneumatic-930-air-saber-saw-with-5-piece-blade-set#oid=1002_1

Related Videos

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 5): https://youtu.be/TZ8clQEpzzE

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 4): https://youtu.be/cnfsExLP5XE

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 3): https://youtu.be/xd1SIaknKLE

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 2): https://youtu.be/u1VQkkSVs6U

#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 1): https://youtu.be/WtApfeHJapc

Installing Rear Disc Brakes (the Hard Way): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHFYrGEV3QQ

Bead Rolling Tubes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7P3E0WQgRY&t=351s

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33 thoughts on “#FairmontProject Final Assembly (Part 6) Oops..

  1. I wonder if the 90 turn affects the mixture any. Now the primary and secondary driver side get the short run and the primary and secondary passenger side get the long run rather than running it straight forward the both primaries get the short run and both seconds get the long run.

  2. Its ok eric my friend a journeyman
    carpenter did the same thing with a electric router but the router bit went up his arm most heriffic arm wound ive seen
    3 surgeries later and months off of work
    Doctors were able to save his arm

  3. Trick I learned from an old guy that did alot of port and polishing on heads is to add anti seize to the carbide bits to help keep them clean

  4. If I ever try grinding polished aluminum, I hope I remember to wrap the shiny part with cloth and painters tape.

    As for the scuffs, I'd try wet-sanding it out with progressively finer grit sandpaper.

  5. That double cut bit is not for aluminum because it clogs as u seen. It's for cast iron and other Hard material but you had the right bit with the single cut bit that's for aluminum

  6. If you can answer this for me I'll be surprised I have a 2006 Dodge Charger it's got a hundred eighty degrees thermostat it's got a brand new engine coolant temperature sensor I've checked to make sure the fans aren't running and I even bleed the coolant to make sure there's no air pockets in the engine but yet I still seem to have an issue with the car getting warm now when it's sitting idle the car warm up to 180 no problem but when I'm driving down the road they can't sustain over 150 degrees doesn't make sense to me not sure what else to check but I watched a handful of your videos trying to figure out this issue for myself if you want to shoot me back a comment and let me know what you think it might possibly be it would be greatly appreciated but I have a feeling you won't even see this

  7. I say leave the carb hat. Couple of reasons. 1) it adds character 2)reflection of how far you've came with the project 3)keeps you humble to days when you couldn't afford to buy anything and had to patch it to make due for payday

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