Ognib

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  • Full Name Ray Haines

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  1. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    Ya!  That's what I'm talking about.


    Hood fits.  Zero clearance, but it fits.  Bring the engine down in the frame just a bit. & it'll be good.

    Liking the way this looks.





  2. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    A tricky part to assemble & get it balanced & properly aligned...10 pieces
    I like the way it's looking...excited to see it on the motor & in the frame.


     
  3. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

     


     
  4. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    Scratched a line between the mounting holes but beyond that, it's all just eyeballing it to proper shape & visual balance.


     
  5. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

     
     
    Word play is one of my favorite things. 
     
    Top plates in place for the carburetors.
    Still needs float bowls & throttle shafts.
    Scale seems ok relative to the manifold plenum.
    Still need to final shape the base plates.




  6. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    ...name his was ognib and.
    yes, there is a deeper mental significance to all this....but only on a subconscious level...an asymmetrically symmetrical pallindrome of sorts, if you will...
    How astute of you to notice certain things...I like the way you think.
    Thanks for stopping in & looking.  Appreciate your comments.
  7. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    Thanks Scott.
    Always good to see you.
    Especially if you're sctatching your frames, the platform & jig...in conjunction with the religious use of the centerline for doing your layout...really simplifies the construction of accurate, well bananced pieces.
    All of the pro 1:1 scratch builders, that I'm aware of, build in jigs.
    Right up to the point where the car is ready to be set on the tires.
     
    Thanks Rob.
    Really like your sig line...kinda like, "don't hold back, tell me how you really feel".
     
    Tim, thanks.
    The single manifold has a sweeping grace about it that I really like.
    However, the double style just screams  "NASTAY" & I've always had a real big thing for nastay motors...rough idling, chattering solid valve train...ah, memories.
    humm, decisions...decisions
  8. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    Thanks for looking, everyone.
    Here's layout for the front control arms.

  9. Ognib added a post in a topic Henry J Twin Turbo - Final Mock-Up Pics 8-30   

    Nice!!!...good mock ups are one of the main things that keep me inspired...seeing the progression of the entire assembly.
  10. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    I cut the sump off the pontiac oil pan, packed it with a plug of bondo & whittled out a dry sump pan.
    Will have 3 scavage hoses with pressure delivery to the tank & one feed line from the tank, through the pump, filters & cooler for high pressure feed into the engine.
    Interestingly seems I read, some, maby all dry sump pumps are roots type pumps & they also pull air thus acting as the positive crankcase ventilation system.
    Any of you guys know for sure on the roots thing...speak up here...correct me if I'm wrong on this.


    Built the pump itself by stacking tubing inside itself until I reached the proper size for the drive shaft.
    Located it on the engine side & marked the spot to drill for it to pass through to be belted to the crankshaft.

    Drilled a pin into the side of the pump for mounting to the engine.
    I've been packing the inside of the block with an epoxy putty I found at the hardware store, at strategic locations, thus providing a solid bulkhead for all of my pin mounts to seat into.

    The pin inserts into the engine with a slight press fit & is snug against the back of the motor plate.
    The shaft is then inserted from the front.  I put a slight bushing inside the shaft hole & it also installs with a press fit.
    So this item is solidly on the engine.


    Block with the end packed with epoxy & the original bellhousing cut off in preparation for a scattershield/clutch can.

    Fabbed the can out of a pvc pipe cap & a ring of plastic cut from a light switch cover.
    Still needs a pod for the starter.

  11. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    Then  I saw this...

    ...and realized that I'm still undecided as to what I want for the motor.
    So I'm currently building 2 intakes...see which one I like the best.



    Base plates for a pair of hollys with tubes for the throttle bores.

    Everything soldered & semi cleaned up.
    Using hi temp silver solder on this...later I'll use lower temp tin & lead so I can add float bowls & top plates without un soldering what's already done.


     
  12. Ognib added a post in a topic Fiat Fuel Altered....Futurattraction Parts..   

    Diggin the full car mock ups, that tells the real story!  ")
    Looking real good, Michael.
  13. Ognib added a post in a topic Henry J Twin Turbo - Final Mock-Up Pics 8-30   

    What he said! 
    BTW, ever weigh that motor?
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  15. Ognib added a post in a topic Ognibs other deuce   

    There are certain things that need to be in place before I proceed with the frame & cage.
    The car definitely needs an engine & transmission in the frame at this point & that was my next move.
    I checked the prices on some aftermarket resin engine kits & I'm like, naaaaaaaaa, I ain't gonna spend that kind of money on an engine for this build.
    After all this one is all about the creative process...how innovative can I be at this...achieving a satisfactory result with what I have on hand.
    So, this was with the red deuce kit when I bought it

    A cool motor in it's day, but very dated looking & definitely not what I want for this build.
    It's definitely a pontiac engine...the shape & configuration of the exhaust ports gives it away.

    So, I trimmed them off, leaving a blank canvas with which to work for exhaust ports.
    Something more up to date looking with a strong performance vibe.
    Also updating the look of the old finned aluminum rocker covers.

    I was in the process of carving an intake manifold out of a block of epoxy & thought, naa, this needs to be in metal, so began bending some tubing to see how to approach it.

    Bent a cover for the lifter valley

    Also in this pic is the motor plate & drive shaft for the dry sump pump, which I'll get to later.