Great work on it all. Also dynamat looks v tidy, was it a pain to get it to fit in all the cracks?
i dont know about you but i planned a summer project for my kit. and just my luck it ends up takings most of its time over the winter and its bloody freezing. haha oh well! Keep it up ull be done for when the weather clears up thats for sure!
Yep I planned a summer project but there were delays that meant I couldnt collect until October. Yes it is feckin freezing working on the it, I managed to get the garage up to the heady heights of 13 degrees celsius for two days then the gas ran out and I was back down to 9 which took the cold bite off the metal but you could still see your breath, it was -1 outside.
Dynamat - use a heat gun when applying and one of the dynamat rollers or similar and you get good results, apart from the bits were you cant get the roller due to frame being in the way. Beware of sitting on the dynamat once it place as the black stuff sticks like sh!t to a blanket and is now firmly stuck to the ar5e of my trousers.
I am aiming for completion by the L2B in May, unfortunately I wont be able to do anything to the car in Feb as I am having a back operation which means no work for a month and no touching the car. In a twisted way I am looking forward to it as it means when I do get back to working on the car it wont hurt like f*ck any more, building a car and a bad back do not go well. I have to find things that other peole can do for me for a month.
Edited by cptkirk, 06 January 2009 - 11:13 AM.