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A couple more pics of the straps just in case people have comments.
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...The loop for the front strap was not fun!!!! But I got them filed/opened up. That's important because they have to be able to come off again I believe to install jacks/bumpers...
Not if you do the coupler mod:

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If you finagle the bolts right and have nimble fingers you can install the couplers now even with the tank in place---you won't be able to do that after putting the trunk floor in.

Are you using an in tank electric fuel pump? If not you do not want to have the fuel filter there. The filter should be on the pressureized side of the pump before the carb, not on the suction side.

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Are you using an in tank electric fuel pump? If not you do not want to have the fuel filter there. The filter should be on the pressureized side of the pump before the carb, not on the suction side.

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I will look onto the mod.

I am going to use a external electric pump from Breeze for carbs. I put the supplied parts in the tank.

All I can do is follow the instructions which I'm sure you know says to put it there. If this needs to be changed I will have to research it and change it.

Pics with the change in plumbing off the tank?

I would also love to see someone's pic of the fuel pump and loction

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Day 32
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4-23-19

Gas tank and filter installed. I followed Jeff's advise:

Ratched straps
Long screws are a must!
Don't forget to bend the flange strait!

The loop for the front strap was not fun!!!! But I got them filed/opened up. That's important because they have to be able to come off again I believe to install jacks/bumpers.

The back of the the tank strap did not come flush with the frame. I figured that was ok.

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It been a couple week since I posted but I just now made significant progress. I lost track of time so I will up date days and hours later.

Brake lines way easier. About 90% done.

The hardlines are in except a foot I need on the PS rear. I dont have rear brakes yet or the bracket I need to finish but it's almost done.

I still need to do the reservoirs. I have a good idea what to do now. Then for the most part that's it till I get the rear brake.

Fuel lines are almost done the fuel pump bracket self tapping screws just dont work IDK.

If any one has suggestion let me know. I will post more detail about the pump later. I tried three times now to mount it but the screws keep stripping out the hole. I start supper small and keep working up but its not working.

It the electric carb fuel pump from breeze.

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Jason,
Maybe it's the camera angle but it sure looks like you have a kink where the line enters the Tee fitting on the LF.

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Maybe it's the camera angle but it sure looks like you have a kink where the line enters the Tee fitting on the LF.

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Mr. Jeff you made me nervous. I agree it looks like a kink. It was the camera angle.

Thank you so much

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IT"S brake line, not break line. Brakes, NOT breaks.
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IT"S brake line, not break line. Brakes, NOT breaks.


They’d better brake, not break. I hope they don’t break.


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Day 42
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Fuel and Brake lines and Electric Fuel Pump

I have been having a hard time finding time to work on the Cobra lately.

I have been doing some miscellaneous tasks. The biggest has been fuel and brake lines.

I was going to use a mechanical fuel pump originally but I could not make the eccentric bolt on within tolerance. So I scratched that. (Made the fuel line easier in the long run). I therefore need a electric fuel pump for carburetor.

I ended up having a hard time making the self taping screws work on the frame. The space is tight and it's hard to drill and screw anything in.

I ended up making s bracket for it and buying bolts and nuts and riveting it to the frame. I'm pretty happy with it. It is really the first thing I have done if script so to speak. I even remembered to silicon it to the frame. The bracket allowed me to lower the pump which means it will be accessed easier after the trunk aluminum is in.

I placed some tubing but I'm going to order braided line.

Tomorrow I'm going to mount a bracket for the brake reservoirs and the reservoirs.

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Finished up the brake reservoirs. I went with drilling into the front of the foot box and using the plastic connectors. I left slack inside the foot box I know that's a tight fit with other components so I wanted to be able to move the hose. I can always shorten it later.

I still need to cut the bracket down I will do that at a later date.

I also tighten all the fuel hose down just in case I dont use a different product.

I also got the rear brake brackets in and finished off all my brake lines.

I drilled the two holes for the wire harness. I did not find the 1.25 circular drill but ready to use. I ended up with uneven holes.

I noticed I put the wrong clamps on the return fuel line, too big. I will replace those with the right ones.

I had to go with a bigger return fuel line with 3/8 fitting.

How do I go from the hard line to the smaller return port on the gas tank?
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So what hose is on the brake canisters? Looks like fuel line?
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So what hose is on the brake canisters? Looks like fuel line?
I will check. But it was the hose that came with the brakes.
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More pics from Day 44

Anyone ready to start wiring your build!!! Lol a hot mess!
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Anyone ready to start wiring your build!!! Lol a hot mess!


I’m spraying Lizard Skin, but after that it’s time for me to start wiring.


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Basic Wire Harness Install:

I attached the main harness in place. Front main and rear including sending unit harness. I still need to ground the fuse box.


External In Line Fuel Pump:

It says I need to cut off the red connector that would go to the in tank fuel pump. Them attach those lose wires to the in line fuel pump which I have.

What is the best way to do this? How do I connect the wires to the post of the pump?

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Ring terminals. These happen to have the shrink tube built on.
https://www.delcity.net/store/Heat-S...inals/p_804389
The more common ones just have a plastic sleeve around the crimp area so you add your own shrink tube.
https://www.delcity.net/store/6-Inch...18567.h_818568
This is a great source for all automotive electrical but the standard stuff like above is usually available at local hardware or auto parts stores. Now that I am in a reply window I can't see your location but if you have a boat supply store handy I prefer to buy from them. It's usually higher quality although it can be a bit more expensive.

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Ring terminals. These happen to have the shrink tube built on.
https://www.delcity.net/store/Heat-S...inals/p_804389
The more common ones just have a plastic sleeve around the crimp area so you add your own shrink tube.
https://www.delcity.net/store/6-Inch...18567.h_818568
This is a great source for all automotive electrical but the standard stuff like above is usually available at local hardware or auto parts stores. Now that I am in a reply window I can't see your location but if you have a boat supply store handy I prefer to buy from them. It's usually higher quality although it can be a bit more expensive.

Awesome! Thank you so much! I will work on this tomorrow.
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Ring terminals. These happen to have the shrink tube built on.
https://www.delcity.net/store/Heat-S...inals/p_804389
The more common ones just have a plastic sleeve around the crimp area so you add your own shrink tube.
https://www.delcity.net/store/6-Inch...18567.h_818568
This is a great source for all automotive electrical but the standard stuff like above is usually available at local hardware or auto parts stores. Now that I am in a reply window I can't see your location but if you have a boat supply store handy I prefer to buy from them. It's usually higher quality although it can be a bit more expensive.
Looking at the terminals on the fuel pump, there is no thread to secure a nut for the rings.

I like the rings idea. I guess I will crimp and shrink tube it.

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Hi Jason, looks to me like there is probably a molded connector designed to push directly onto the pump terminations. I would do some internet searching to verify if this is the case. IMHO, I wouldn't go rigging up some alternative connection unless absolutely necessary. I don't think I would like to have a hot joint or potential sparking near a fuel system. Lastly, poor electrical connections are a common source of reliability issues on cars. A bad connection on a fuel pump is definitely going to ruin your day at some stage.

Enjoying following your build.

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I agree Nigel. Thank you. that's why I
put a new post hopefully get some response.

I have research some and still am. I was thinking some type of clamp connection.

I went and got a kit that should have everything I need from here. Something in this kit should work properly.

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Maybe reach out to Fortes Parts Connection. They were an excellent go to for me and managed to send a complete powertrain as well as a stack of accessories halfway round the world perfectly, with plenty of support.

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Awesome Nigel I will. That's were I ordered my TKO 600 from. Thank you

I got home and looked and the pump and the posts are threaded.

Therefore I will crimp ring terminals on and use a nut to secure it.

I think I will shrink some installation on the end too.

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Final fuel pump connection solution.

The pump came with 2 push on connectors one I knew was the ground which is attached to a ring terminal. I did not know what the other one it was for with no terminal. Now I know.

I need to attach the two push on connectors to the harness with a crimp tube/insulator.

Then they just push onto the terminals.

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Underneath trunk

As far as I can tell the fuel and brake lines are done except I need a bigger hose clamp.

And the wiring is in the proper place.

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Fuel pump wires return line and side trunk panel

I managed to cut the red connector off the harness and crimp together connectors that will work for my fuel pump. Trial and error along with some lessons learned I feel comfortable with it.

I got the return line connected. I also replaced the clamps I used on the hardline to the right size.

I stared the aluminum on the trunk. I dont plan on sealing the floor of the trunk right now.

Next will need to make sure I prep everything for drive Tran install next Friday.

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Nothing much a couple odds and ends like a little but of aluminum.

The biggest was I got the transmission on the back of the motor. That took time and effort.

I never forced it that was the biggest thing I guess. I kept trying until I figured it out. It was some protector I did not remove early in the process. In the end it slipped in nice and easy.

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Engine and transmission install. That included building the hoist. Which took a awhile and clean up.

The marriage of Mr. Smalls the engine and Spitfire the Cobra

No issue!

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Trunk and cock pit back riveted in. Looks good to me I'm happy.

No problems. I just doubled checked I had everything done underneath. Oh and a set of stitches. Wear eye protection and full gloves.

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