Vortech Construction

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smsazzy
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Vortech Construction

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I am finishing up my Vortech and thought I would put a post up on the board to show those interested the pictures I snapped along the way. Enjoy!

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Frame being constructed at Jennerjahn Machine

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Frame

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Bodywork fresh from the molds

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Bodywork being fitted

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Sitting in my garage as a bare frame with bodywork

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Tranny and rear suspension mounted (sans ultra trick and top secret rear shock setup - can't show you all my tricks!)

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Catch Can

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Master Cylinders

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Wiring

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Close up of wiring detail

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The reason I bought a HANS

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Shock offset mount

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Dash
Stephen Saslow
FV 09 NWR
smsazzy
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Re: Vortech Construction

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Almost ready for the track!

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More photos at http://www.flickr.com/smsazzy/
Stephen Saslow
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Re: Vortech Construction

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Looking good Stephen.. Let us know what it weighs when you are all done. I know that is a major concern of yours.
CenDiv20
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Re: Vortech Construction

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I will buy it... if it is too heavy!
Bill_Bonow
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Re: Vortech Construction

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Stephen, the new ride looks great. Glad to see that "Handsome" Dave Smith is still involved with FV (body fitter).
Bill Bonow
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smsazzy
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Re: Vortech Construction

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CenDiv20 wrote:I will buy it... if it is too heavy!
Everything has it's price, and everything is for sale. :-)
Stephen Saslow
FV 09 NWR
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