Closest is the picture in April '11 right after I cut the windshield off.
This is after partial teardown.
A little more on the build. Currently running a 5 gallon aluminum RCI fuel cell. Originally I tried a 8 gallon plastic cell but fitment/placement caused pickup issues. There is quite a bit of weight there. The fuel cell is now mounted back were the trunk floor used to be near the battery. I bent a piece of steel and welded in place of the hammering that occured on the cross rail piece there. Had to do that to get the 8 gallon tank to fit. That whole ordeal was such a waste.
Hoping to move the radiator into the old gas tank hole. I've got some Al sheet covering the hole right now.
Current car specs:
95 Block with +1 Wiseco pistons, Eagle Rods and ACL race bearings
99 Head with +1mm valves, Supertech springs and some minor work.
GT2560 and TrackDog intercooler. The turbo kit started life on my 99 as a Voodoo kit (in 04?)
3.636 R&P and factory 99 Torsen
90 brakes with 96 ABS prop valve, no booster and XP8 pads. Custom master cylinder rod was made. Need to redrill the pedal for a little more ratio.
EPMiata rear UCA. Total waste of time. It is nice to be able to change camber without messing with toe. However, the build quality sucks on them. I need to get new delrin bushings made because the supplied ones did not fit well. I used AN washers to get the thickness right but seems 2 seasons of abuse are starting to take its toll.
Prather Racing AFCO coilovers.
Old FM front sway for 90-93 cars and no rear sway. I'd like to get a slightly bigger front bar and see if I can add the factory rear one back next year. The car works really well right now though. I just want to take a little body roll out.
Proper Appendix C rollbar. This is a place lots of the guys overweight in their class have that extra weight. Although I never track this car.
Lots and lots of time with the sawsall and other cutting tools on a poor 90 chassis
Oh yeah. And EVERYONE needs to have a stash of Clecos. Those things are awesome if you do anything with pop-rivets.