Here's the thrash video. And the next one will show smoke!
After I got it fired, I discovered the clutch wouldn't fully disengage. 6.1:1 Wilwood pedals and 3/4 bore master should have been ok considering the 4th gens had 6:1 pedals and 3/4 master cyl...but apparently McLeod and Spec clutches both need a 7/8 master. Fittingly enough, my used Spec clutch did come with a 7/8 master. Probably should have done some homework on that then. But it was a universal style Tilton that fit the Wilwood pedals just like the Afcos I'm running.
It was sketchy AF on the initial test drive! My "oh how bad can it be" bumpsteer was really bad, so I stole a couple 5/8 heims from the Camaro and dialed it in a lot better. I also adjusted my pinion angle (cause I had forgotten) and made a tweak to the driver rear lower control arm length. Should be a marked improvement on the next test drive.
I can't, but I may build something from scratch at some point. Those are 48 Ford steering arms (cause the bolt spacing was correct for a Beretta wheel bearing) that I ended up bending, cutting and re-welding.Awesome build!!
4th pic.... can you flip those brackets to get the knuckle closer to the tie rod? The length of the current spacer between the rod and knuckle is a bit scary to me.