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After much time repairing the BHG #2, I decided it would be best to clean engine bay and paint some miscellaneous parts, while also installing others. Here are a few pics of what I have done so far.
 

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If anyone can help me as to why my heater is not working let me know I have attached this image. I know that the vacuum line not connected goes to the thermostat housing, since I haven't got motor completely assembled I left it hanging in picture
 

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nice!

how'd you do those valve covers?
 

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Ooooooh nice, love the color bro, I'm sure everything will look great when you get it back together.
 

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very very nice... whats the temp rating on those? will they put up with the heat?
 

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yeah I hope so, anyone want to buy, it is for sale. Only asking 4k
I live in Houston,TX area. It is 500 degree paint, should hold up.
We will see...


Thanks for the compliments.

Julian
 

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Not bad man, except for the side with the oil cap. Looks like you didnt clean them very weel.. Oh well :). Should look good installed.
 

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yeah take the paint off those things and sand them a lttle better, looks like you had rust probs or heavy oxidation from the throttle body on there.... i painted mine red and they came out sweet. just use acetone or something like that at do it over...my.02
 

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looks good bro....ive got my stuff going just about the same color...im using duplicolor metalcast products....looks great IMO

ill be posting pics of my stuff later :)
 
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