all three cars have been attended to.
Gunnar took on the tough job of tackling a leaky fuel system
on the Swap Shop car. The fuel pumps and most of the lines
are tucked underneath the dash on the passenger side of the
car... not exactly the most comfortable spot to work in.
tests a fuel pump to see if it leaks before putting it in
in the Swap Shop car sits in the front just next to the fuel
cell and fire bottle. It was replaced today by something that
might actually turn the car over.
cell was replaced in the JLP car and is now back in and functioning.
Here is a photo from when it was out of the car.
sits just behind the driver and with the removal of a few
panels the gears can be changed from inside the car. As Martin
found out today this wasn't as easy as it sounded.
underneath the Interscope car doing a leak-down test and also
changing a bad guibo.
a guibo you ask; well I'm glad you asked. (By the way it's
pronounced Weebo.) The guibo is what you see above. It's made
our of rubber and goes sort of in the middle of the axel and
absorbs a good amount of the shock from the tremendous horsepower
of the car.
is the guibo, or doughnut as it's otherwise known, out of
Jay's Interscope 935. The arrows are pointing to very large
cracks which are induced from time and driving. You can really
see what kind of force it would take to break a solid piece
of rubber like this.
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