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Hi everyone! I've been tinkering on my Dart for a while, but haven't posted much.

Current mods include BC coilovers, Brembo calipers, powder coated valve cover and calipers, Eibach front and rear sway bars, moved the battery to the trunk, fabricated a bracket for the ECU and catch cans, Clutch Masters lightweight flywheel and FX400 clutch, sport hood, moved the radiator hoses a little and changed one out to make more space.

Stay tuned I have some big plans for the Dart! You can also follow me on Instagram @cean.fritz


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This was a fun project. Had to grind the welds off, drill, and then tap. First powder coating wasn't the right color and I hadn't removed the baffles. When I removed them there was still a lot of sand in there from blasting. Hopefully everyone that powder coats their valve cover is doing this.

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I have a pair of the new version covers still available in my for sale thread.
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Nice job ,looks great.Where or how did you make the air in take?I was thinking about doing that wrapped in heat reflective tape.
 

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Looks good! Try to fab some new covers for your strut mounts, or else water will get in there and rust.
Yeah it has already started. I plan on 3d printing some. But there is also two holes next to the opening that probably drain more water into that space than the raised opening.

I have a pair of the new version covers still available in my for sale thread. View attachment 126294
Those fit on the top of the stock strut mount. I have BC coilovers with Airtekk camber plates.
 

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Nice job ,looks great.Where or how did you make the air in take?I was thinking about doing that wrapped in heat reflective tape.
@thedarb42 that's the stock intake pipe up top. I removed the center mounting tab and capped the air baffle. Both rubbed the valve cover the first time I had it powder coated.
 
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