Update time,, sorry no pics tonight. I am too tired to load them. I promise I will shortly. I wont forget that T in the vapor lines either.
Big news is Penelope got to feel her new tires on the roads around here finally. Gil and Atwell came today and bleed the brakes again today and they did a fab job. My pedal is hard and the brakes work great. The car reacts to boost rather well and it appears the turbo has everything in order,, haha. I do need to change the sacrificial fuel filter tomorrow now that she is sloshing fuel about and see what kind of mess is inside, more importantly how much. In fourth gear under boost I did have some fuel starvation. I am sure it is because I have two filters in line and one is rather small for cleanup only short term. Found the fuses out of the light pods, the directional flasher missing and another inside car fuse missing. Replaced them and everything worked. But while test driving the light pod fuse blew again so it limited my drive tonight. I think it is ground related and will start cleaning ground tomorrow to lower resistance. Then see what gives. Bottom line,, The car rocks huge and is so responsive. I am so fortunate to have her and the great folks that guided me through this process. It isn't over yet. Lots of things to do inside to make her pristine again. The only gauge not working is the fuel tank. Who has experience on what fails on them,, chime in please. Early to bed tonight last night I burned the candle on both ends way after midnite trying to finish the vapor lines and my cats woke me up at 6:30 wanting to eat. I am spent after a big plate of pasta, garlic bread and hot sausage with a glass of red wine. It was well deserved and needed. Good night all. New pics tomorrow I promise.
PS now Penelope faces out of the garage instead of in.