………. The original reason for this page is to give customers a report on progress on their coach. When 1 coach pops out of our Q, each project moves forward…….so let’s do that:
When this coach came in I talked about the 45 years of good intentions of 2 past Electronics engineers pastimes. Not that it made anything or make thing better…..they both obviously liked big wires, terminal blocks and why is there a blue electrolytic capacitor!
here the same area is “deassed”and the funny part is the one weak connection we know about on the hi-blow relay was melted under all that……THERE the problem!and the driver side of the firewall wasn’t spared from the rats nest eitherand you ask what’s the big silver box? Trust me when I say none of it is needed……and it all comes out. With all that hi tech looking wiring, you might think whoever did this must have had a good idea on electrical components but you can see 2 Ford started started solenoids (NOT a boost solenoid) ……those are wrongand there no reason to have ANY double 0 cables for anything. Don’t run away when you see a coach wired up like this…….we’ll get it all out…the first year 23′ coach is worth getting all that stuff out…stay tuned.check out the slide that comes out of that little LP door!
JD is getting some important updates. We painted this coach with interior, dash and many motor updates a couple of years ago. Here’s the new Serpantine belt systema badass motor, look close at the aluminum Edelbrock heads….. This is how far down we take the firewalls nowJD is also getting our new in dash AC/heat system pulling this original inefficient heater box…..goodbye…… I’m keeping Jason
The “Tailgator” GMC is clean! Yesterday evening the 350 rocket Olds motor fired up…stay tuned for a look at this unique power plant. The interior walls and headliner removed you can see the previously installed mylar bubble foil insulationLincoln J. Has possession of the lift. a new aluminum fuel tank and now his new quad bag rear suspension is going in. A 2 piece structure….1 bag is connected to the back side sectionThe Corvette is in clear now.and the final “skim coat” is on the Riviera Its tough out there right now, if we’re isolated….we have 3 techs and myself living in Motorhomes at the shop so we’ll have plenty to do……Today at 11pm we lock down but work will keep on.
Stay safe and stay healthy, thanks for dropping bye, hope we’ve helped you get away from all that’s happening……we’ll be here tomorrow…..see u then…...
Kinda interesting having the last day before the Orange County lockdown being my 65th birthday……… At least I’ll never forget it! There ya go