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    FEP Power Member Mikestang's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by xctasy View Post
    Take the off the shelf Scott Fab dash, and modify to suit.

    Use any kind of US avaiable denser, non Jute, but Black Fire Resistant Fabric to avoid sunstrike, and have it attached by non adhesive means, such as the scoloped top and the dash insert.

    http://www.globaltextiles.com/tradel...refigh....html


    Copy the looks of the Maserati Kyalami, but just don't use adhesive so its 100% fire proof, sound resistant, and sun strike resistant. That way, you'll be able to man handle it without damage if you are doing modifications. Scott Fab deserve industry support because its been tooled up, and looks HDA (hot damn awesome....!)


    Still pending this fabric idea... Not sure of a good way to attach the fabric with some kind of glue. There are fire proof adhesives but none that will work well with a fabric.
    1986 Ford Mustang GT-

    Not much stock stuff left
    347 NA power, CNC ported heads, Extrude honed Trick Flow Intake, Custom Cam
    Suspension, custom k- member, TQ arm/pan hard rod... Much more
    Restored and ready to race, made to go fast while cornering

    1981 Mustang GT-

    Old SCCA A-Sedan National Champ car
    In the middle of rebuild

    1986 LX Sedan-

    Plans to be determined...

    "Every day I learn how much I don't know"

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    FEP Power Member Mikestang's Avatar
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    Dash built, just need to decide on gauge placement and cut some holes
    1986 Ford Mustang GT-

    Not much stock stuff left
    347 NA power, CNC ported heads, Extrude honed Trick Flow Intake, Custom Cam
    Suspension, custom k- member, TQ arm/pan hard rod... Much more
    Restored and ready to race, made to go fast while cornering

    1981 Mustang GT-

    Old SCCA A-Sedan National Champ car
    In the middle of rebuild

    1986 LX Sedan-

    Plans to be determined...

    "Every day I learn how much I don't know"

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    Yummmi.

    Nice ergonomics, Mike.

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    FEP Power Member Mikestang's Avatar
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    A little before and after
    1986 Ford Mustang GT-

    Not much stock stuff left
    347 NA power, CNC ported heads, Extrude honed Trick Flow Intake, Custom Cam
    Suspension, custom k- member, TQ arm/pan hard rod... Much more
    Restored and ready to race, made to go fast while cornering

    1981 Mustang GT-

    Old SCCA A-Sedan National Champ car
    In the middle of rebuild

    1986 LX Sedan-

    Plans to be determined...

    "Every day I learn how much I don't know"

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    Looks Great! Congrats!
    ​Trey

    "I Don't build it hoping for your approval! I built it because it meets mine!"

    "I've spent most of my money on Mustangs, racing, and women... the rest I just wasted."

    Mustangs Past: Too many to remember!
    Current Mustangs:
    1969 Mach 1
    1979 Pace Car now 5.0/5 speed
    1982 GT Awaiting Restoration
    1984 SVO Restoration in Progress
    1986 GT Wrecked by PO, but still want to save!

    Current Capris:
    1982 Capri Roller
    1984 Capri Returned to Bubble Back Glory
    1983-84 Gloy Racing Trans Am/IMSA Body Parts
    1982 Capri RS 5.0 4spd T-tops

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    Wow that paint really pops.

    Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian.aughe View Post
    Wow that paint really pops.

    Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
    Thanks, not bad for a garage paint job
    1986 Ford Mustang GT-

    Not much stock stuff left
    347 NA power, CNC ported heads, Extrude honed Trick Flow Intake, Custom Cam
    Suspension, custom k- member, TQ arm/pan hard rod... Much more
    Restored and ready to race, made to go fast while cornering

    1981 Mustang GT-

    Old SCCA A-Sedan National Champ car
    In the middle of rebuild

    1986 LX Sedan-

    Plans to be determined...

    "Every day I learn how much I don't know"

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    Been a while... Got a new phone and forgot how to log into FEP...
    Progress is slow. But wife and kids are happy and thats mainly what matters. Getting close to firing it up.



    Sent from my VS996 using Tapatalk

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    FEP Power Member Mikestang's Avatar
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    I have apparently forgot how to use Tapatalk, Login still not working correct so the last post showed me as a new user. Ill try to figure it out later...
    1986 Ford Mustang GT-

    Not much stock stuff left
    347 NA power, CNC ported heads, Extrude honed Trick Flow Intake, Custom Cam
    Suspension, custom k- member, TQ arm/pan hard rod... Much more
    Restored and ready to race, made to go fast while cornering

    1981 Mustang GT-

    Old SCCA A-Sedan National Champ car
    In the middle of rebuild

    1986 LX Sedan-

    Plans to be determined...

    "Every day I learn how much I don't know"

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