Do it right for reliability and IMO you are well on the way to having a fast and reliable car.
Hope you have suspension and brake upgrades on your to do list as well ?
The brakes is definitely on the list, it's got the asbo upgrade with braided hoses for now but them are being scrapped and will get a more aggressive breaking system, the suspension is already done with BC coilovers and will be adding poly bushes to everything.
Thanks for the input, all suggestions are welcome as I'm no expert.
Just an update, this covid thing has put things at a almost standstill, bought a load of poly bushes for the front, had the front subframe powder coated and also bought a scrap jag for the 4x4 system, that will be here in a month.
The vernier pullies have been put on hold because there's no racing.
My tig welder has gone bang so ill need another.
Looks like I'll have to hammer the overtime in for a couple of years until things settle.
Easy, mig is a welder that the wire is fed from a spool and is more for soft steel welding unless you pay big money then you can weld aluminium as well, but tig is an all rounder but is much harder to master, tig is used to weld exhaust manifolds (headers) and things like chromium which is used on space frames and lightweight suspension arms.Awesome let us know how you get on. You might want to explain the differences between MIG and TIG for our newer members.
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