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14 Dec 2014 15:12 #158 by oestek
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Next came the various coolers, radiator, engine oil cooler, power steering cooler, supercharger heat exchanger, and AC condenser coil.







The air-conditioning hoses run through the passenger fender to minimize clutter.




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14 Dec 2014 15:13 #159 by oestek
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Under the dash, the Vintage Air evaporator core and other dash wiring was routed to its final destination.



All the lines and hoses are neatly clamped together, and Gates heat shrink clamps secure fluid hoses.




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14 Dec 2014 15:13 #160 by oestek
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The Moroso PCV catch can and GM power steering reservoir are mounted to the engine.



The brake master cylinder was reinstalled and the stainless brake lines reconnected.



Dual Spal fans will keep this car running cool.


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14 Dec 2014 15:13 #161 by oestek
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Under the car, the MagnaFlow exhaust was reinstalled, as was the T56 Magnum transmission.   The transmission was painted in the same ceramic silver as the engine to prevent corrosion.





The Baer brake calipers were reinstalled and the brake system was bled. Upon completion, the crew reinstalled the Forgeline wheels and tires. 

















Soon, the crew reconnected the battery, added fuel, and the ZR9 came to life once again!

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01 Mar 2015 15:12 #537 by oestek
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This car has Fesler door panels and power windows, so Tyler is in the process of reconnecting the linkages, custom door handles, and wiring the windows. The windows go in next.




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01 Mar 2015 15:13 #538 by oestek
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The assembly continues underhood, including more wiring. This is a Dedenbear relay panel in the passenger front fender that powers things like cooling fans, supercharger intercooler pump, etc.



The air filter assembly lives in the driver front fender with a K&N Filter.




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