|Fuel cell with fuel system plumbed with Earl’s Pro Lite 350 hose and swivel seal hose ends. A Bosch 044 pump and Aeromotive filter supply the fuel. Earl’s Pro Stock hose is used for the fuel cell vent.
|The front suspension is now together, Drift Works knuckles are really cool. They lower the car an additional inch without screwing up geometry, keeping the roll center and bump steer reasonable. They also give killer steering angle and more Ackerman angle. If you want a stanced yet functional competition car, these parts are an innovative solution in helping you run low with good wheel travel and geometry. Parts Shop Max adjustable tension rods and steering rods make caster adjustable and more angle. GTI lower control arms allow for adjustable track width. KW double adjustable dampers are one of the best reasonably priced suspensions you can buy.
|The Stack MFD ST8916 dash is ready to go!
|Jordan Innovations wiring behind the dash of the switch panel and Stack MFD.
|The Stack’s CANBUS port is easily accessible from the front of the dash. Data can easily be downloaded to a laptop in seconds.
|The rear suspension of the car is together. A Winters quick change diff with a spool is used. The diff has the optional high capacity rear sump. Parts Shop Max rear links, KW Suspension and Drift Works rear knuckles are used to make the suspension fully and quickly adjustable.
|The dry sump tank has an electrical resistance heater to preheat the oil to make the engine warm up faster.
|Matt fixes a last second problem with the cooling fan wiring right before the car goes on the dyno for tuning.