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64 ford falcon ~turbo build. Aka Broomhilda

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Need to fix the fpr mounting. Too close to the downpipe and finish the bracket holding the turbo to the head

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Keep at it, its getting there.  Make it strong and then pretty will come along down the road.  (Im still waiting for that part of the road LOL)

Matt

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I'm grinding and rewelding. Ran out of argon...and speed and heat was off.. still learning.

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I can help you with the welding if you need/want any.

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Its getting there!  Intercooler and charge pipes then it will make noise?

Matt

Need to figure out vacuum lines and where to get the boost and vacuum. There isn't a off valve on the intake manifold and no boss to drill on the turbo9d29486fa9cd4fb6b85b8c6f610eb405.jpg

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Lookin good.  Are you going to 90* the charge pipes from the intercooler into the radiator/grill support or go down and 90* into the wheel well area like I did in the 66?  If your shooting for the 2nd, could you flip the intercooler without pushing the intercooler out too far?

Matt

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Ok cool.  I dont know how the bumpers attach on the Falcons or if you have similar supports but Ill be interested in seeing how you have to route everything!  If I didnt have the front bumper, like if I ran an R style valance then I may have tried to flip the intercooler and have the inlet/outlet at the bottom but the way I ran it BARELY clears the bumper supports and I only had to massage the headlight backing on the front fenders slightly to allow the pipe a straight shot so I was happy to go that route.

Matt

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