Track Bred EG6 Build… Part 18

Today I’m back with yet another exciting post on Jerry’s k-powered EG6. With the redesigned floor completed and fresh out of paint, it’s now time to put it back together. Today we will be taking a look at the re-assembly with the race meet not too far away and also some test fitting of the newly designed front end to accommodate for the new intake setup. With that said, I will let you guys get on with today’s post.

As always the link to the previous posts can be found below for those who may need to catch up on this build…

Track Bred EG6 Build…

And for those already updated lets jump right in…

New Eibach suspension finally installed…

K-Tuned shifter,Painless Performance switch panel and some other goodies making their way back into the cockpit…

Another look at the fuel setup, finally completed…

Rear suspension securely in place…

Quick snap of the rear hatch door…

One of the new additions to the exterior for this race meet will be a carbon fibre duckbill spoiler to replace the very recognizable big ass wing that is normally used…

Doors ready and waiting to be installed…

A closer look at the huge 13″ Wilwood big brake kit attached to the Drive Shaft Shop axles…

One of the many new goodies that Jerry added is this press button external kill switch…

Things are looking pretty good in the engine bay….

In the cockpit, things are also starting to take shape with the seat bolted in…

Some close up shots of the newly designed front end as promised…

Similar to the ITB’s, the filter for this setup will be sticking out of the hood as well…

Full frontal view so you can get an idea of what to expect when completed…

We’re going to close out today’s post with a close-up shot of the new setup, until next time…

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