post some pix along the way...I love this stuff...im addicted!!
I bought the McCleod setup, it uses a Wilwood master. I haven't bolted the bracket up yet but looking at it it appears that it'll work fine. My trans came out of a 2007 cts-v and they already use the front shifter location. I had the trans modified by putting a gto main shaft and tail shaft housing so I would have a splined output instead of the tri flange. When it was converted the guy modified a shifter rail so I would have a working reverse lock out solenoid so now since the solenoid is in the tail shaft housing I can run my shifter in either location. I'm gonna go ahead and put a plate in the rear location so if down the road I put bucket seats in I wont have to do anymore fab work.Sub'n!
I am going to start this same process in a few months (ls1/t56/8.8 posi 4:10's in a 67 4 door). Currently Im in the tear down phase (pulling 350/th350/10bolt Open 3.08) and have a few questions:
What clutch master are you going with and what firewall mount?
Did you install the mid shift on the t56 yourself and if you did what kit?
Did you feel you had to cut the entire trans tunnel out of personal preference?
Are you going to be utilizing the stock clutch pedal assembly for this?
Good luck its looking great already!
Yeah I bought one probably a year ago or so. Thanks though, I'm sure it'll be a easy sale on here.Great build thread. You make it look so easy,lol. Nice work tho.
Hey did you purchase an entropy radiator yet? I may be selling mine. Brand new, no fluids thru it, never wired up yet, jus mocked up. Im not sure if it ll fit on my set up yet.
Nice progress!!!Been a slow go on the wagon this summer as I found out back in June my job of 15+ years is coming to a end in December. I've worked quite a few weekends getting out last few jobs in here and haven't made big progress on the project. I have managed to get the tunnel completed and por15 and seam sealer on it. I've got my clutch hydraulics and master cylinder worked out. I'll pull the trans and mock up block out for hopefully the last time in a day or so.