1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Apr 29, 2016 4:15 pm

I do need to cut in and weld on the o2 sensor bung. It will be just before the flex connection. I am running a megasquirt now so 1 o2 will be good.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sat Apr 30, 2016 4:05 am

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sat Apr 30, 2016 7:16 pm

Do you still have the other rendering? I remember you posting one but can't find it now
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Post by RD RT 98 » Sun May 01, 2016 7:21 am

They look similar but I can pick out some differences. The windshield in the newer one looks awesome but I may actually like the dual headlights more, hard to say
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Post by doerun » Sun May 01, 2016 12:38 pm

RD RT 98 wrote:They look similar but I can pick out some differences. The windshield in the newer one looks awesome but I may actually like the dual headlights more, hard to say
that was my exact thoughts before i scrolled down and seen your post :good:

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri May 06, 2016 12:50 am

Redid the steering shaft mount. This one should be significantly more sturdy. The top plate is 3/8" and the bracket is one of the old ones from the original frame. I will be welding on more bracing to the back side of it after I pull the body off again.

Also started on the rad shell, I riveted on the front mesh, removed the original framework and started rebuilding the new mounts/frame.

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Post by kberjian » Sat May 07, 2016 12:20 am

Had a few hours tonight messing with the front grill shell. I added a framework inside and some new clips on the frame to mount it. A little frustrated that after measuring and test fitting it 10 times it ended up being around 1/4" too far from the firewall... Will fix it next time I am home, one of the people at work needed to fly out home as his wife went into labour early.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sun May 08, 2016 12:06 pm

New bracket looks pretty sturdy. Much nicer than the older one
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Tue Jun 14, 2016 6:49 pm

Went through 3 different rim/tire sizes but found one that fits well and looks good I think. 18's on the front and 20's on the back. Car sits a little higher than I thought it would but I do have some room to lower it with the adjustable coilovers. Having something perfectly round and straight shows me the work I have left on the rear fenders to make them look decent.

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Post by vwkaferman » Tue Jun 14, 2016 7:06 pm

Man I've loved this thread, awesome job man!

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Post by doerun » Tue Jun 14, 2016 7:12 pm

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Tue Jun 14, 2016 9:07 pm

Just my personal opinion but, those wheels are too big for that car. Maybe a 16" front and 18" rear would look better. Either way, car is coming along great and as always, look forward to more
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Thu Jun 16, 2016 2:51 pm

RD RT 98 wrote:Just my personal opinion but, those wheels are too big for that car. Maybe a 16" front and 18" rear would look better. Either way, car is coming along great and as always, look forward to more
I think I will try mounting one of the front 18" tires on the back and see how it looks/fits. The 20's with the 12"wide tires on them fill the fenders pretty good and rubbing over bumps may be a little issue....

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by PA ACR » Thu Jun 16, 2016 3:54 pm

RD RT 98 wrote:Just my personal opinion but, those wheels are too big for that car. Maybe a 16" front and 18" rear would look better. Either way, car is coming along great and as always, look forward to more
Yea something is not right there......maybe not enough wheel......they look too open with that design. Could be I'm just use to seeing old cars like this one with hardly any openings in the wheels.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by jimbo in MI » Thu Jun 16, 2016 10:10 pm

I think the tire size is close, but the rake of the car is wrong. It needs to be much higher in the rear to match the front wheel-to-fender gap. Try jacking the back up about 2 inches, and see if it helps. The front might have to come down a touch, but with those size tires I think it is close.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:45 pm

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RD RT 98 wrote:Just my personal opinion but, those wheels are too big for that car. Maybe a 16" front and 18" rear would look better. Either way, car is coming along great and as always, look forward to more
Yea something is not right there......maybe not enough wheel......they look too open with that design. Could be I'm just use to seeing old cars like this one with hardly any openings in the wheels.
Too much wheel not enough tire?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:27 am

Finally got back to work on the car. Started by writing up the first of the "to do" lists for it. First job off the list was to finish bolting down the front fenders, I used 8 1/4" Rivnuts and it really stiffened things up. Next was to fab up the exhaust support near the body exit, I used a rubber mount I found that gives it just enough flexibility but doesn't let it hit the edges of the body opening. It ties to the exhaust with a 1/8" plate I will pretty up with some speed holes and the rubber mount will be bolted to the body frame around the trunk opening. Also wanted to get some opinions on something cool I can do with the old Willys suspension spring deal. It is a cool piece and I am hoping to get it incorporated somewhere.

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Post by Modernceo » Wed Aug 31, 2016 6:01 pm

Awesome project. Thanks for sharing!
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Sep 02, 2016 6:29 pm

Appreciate the kind words, I have spent thousands and thousands of dollars at Modern Performance over the last 10 years and have never been disappointed.

Had some fun today while the rain scared me off the mower. I finished the rivnuts for the exhaust mount and it works great, just the right amount of flexibility on it. I massaged the fenders and raised the rear end ride height by 1.5" to start and it has a slight back to front rake and the wheels fit the fenders a bunch better (just a little work left). Mounted the front turn signals to the side of the rad shell and I don't think they are overly noticeable because they are so small but they will keep the inspector happy. Also added the second U bolt around the steering column and it is rock solid for movement but no matter how hard I tighten the U bolts it still will rotate in the bolts.... thoughts? Also wanted to get some opinions on which switches to use and where to mount them for the accessories, it is for the fan, fuel pump, air/water pump, air/water rad fan. I am either using the small switches I currently have hooked up or the black panel that has the built in breakers on them which will probably be handy. For the location I was thinking of tucked under the lip of the dash, it steps back about 3-4" from the front face to where the gauges mount and I thought it would be a good spot to mount either switch option. Thoughts?

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by Snapdragon » Sun Sep 04, 2016 12:05 am

Is this car down in Calgary, or up here in Edmonton?
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Post by kberjian » Sun Sep 04, 2016 7:44 am

Snapdragon wrote:Is this car down in Calgary, or up here in Edmonton?
Just outside Calgary in Cochrane.

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Post by Snapdragon » Sun Sep 04, 2016 11:10 pm

That's what I thought. You're right by Springbank, if you wanna pick me up I'd fly down for a visit. :wink:
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Sep 05, 2016 9:08 am

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Started out work last night by finishing up the fuse panel and ECU mounting plate. It sits under the firewall at the front and should stay safe and dry down there. I am 6'4" and my feet barely can reach the firewall. I then pulled off the body for the last time hopefully and wrote out the list of "to do's" for the frame and body section. I am planning on taking a few months off work in November and December so my goal is to be driving it during the Chinook this winter.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 7:20 pm

Good progress! I like those front turn signals but you'll have to have some really bright bulbs in there for them to be noticeable.

Saw your comment about the steering column rotating. The Neon (1gn anyway) has brackets that are part of the column, that bolt to the dash supports, maybe you could line your column up how you want it, weld on a bracket like that, and use those u-bolts to attach it with that bracket?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Thu Sep 08, 2016 11:52 am

RD RT 98 wrote:Good progress! I like those front turn signals but you'll have to have some really bright bulbs in there for them to be noticeable.

Saw your comment about the steering column rotating. The Neon (1gn anyway) has brackets that are part of the column, that bolt to the dash supports, maybe you could line your column up how you want it, weld on a bracket like that, and use those u-bolts to attach it with that bracket?
They are LED so they should be bright enough.

I will be welding a shim plate to the column and then bolting that to the frame under the dash. It will lock it in hard and safe.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Thu Sep 08, 2016 3:56 pm

That should do it
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:16 pm

I started with a few of the easier things on my list. I plumbed all the fuel lines with -6 AN lines and added a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail. Next up was plumbing the oil lines to the turbo which required making a new flange for the feed which I added a -6 fitting to, then plumbing out of the block feed hole to a -6 line to connect them. The return comes out the bottom (new flange again) and I modified the stock return tube to get back to the block. A few small things like making the new flanges takes wayyyy longer than I thought it should have but I am pretty happy with the results. Welded in the O2 sensor bung into the exhaust. Lastly I mounted the new wastegate, I am debating whether or not to tie the dump back into the exhaust or just have it go down and out of the car, thoughts? Also started stragizing for the boost piping and have it mostly solved, just need some more piping to make it all work.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:43 pm

Worked on a few items today, I started by modifying the stock hard pipe coming up to the turbo, it took 3 cuts and some welding but I am happy with it. Next I made a flange and dump tube off the wastegate that dumps under the bottom of the frame facing back. Next was the air-water IC, I had to move it back about 3" to make the boost piping line up better. Then found a better spot to install the rad directly under the drivers seat, I think it should get enough air movement to keep it cool.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by vwkaferman » Fri Sep 23, 2016 8:54 am

Getting there! Love the updates.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Sep 23, 2016 9:13 am

vwkaferman wrote:Getting there! Love the updates.

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Appreciate the feedback. There are less and less things to connect as the days go by. Unfortunately I am away for work for 2 weeks, then off on a week vacation for my wifes 30th Bday, then back to work for 2 weeks... next time I will be home to work on it will be October 27!

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by BlackDOHC » Fri Sep 23, 2016 9:24 am

What are you using to weld it?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Sep 23, 2016 9:43 am

MIG. I leak tested the boost piping after I welded it and only had a few touch ups.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by BlackDOHC » Fri Sep 23, 2016 9:56 am

kberjian wrote:MIG. I leak tested the boost piping after I welded it and only had a few touch ups.
I could tell that from the welds :grin: . What kind of machine are you running?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Sep 23, 2016 10:11 am

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kberjian wrote:MIG. I leak tested the boost piping after I welded it and only had a few touch ups.
I could tell that from the welds :grin: . What kind of machine are you running?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by bones_mcgregor » Wed Oct 31, 2018 10:15 pm

What's the current state of this build?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Nov 02, 2018 11:59 am

It has progressed some since I posted here last. I had kind of given up posting updates after Photobucket screwed us all over an made us pay to host or link the pictures.

I am down to getting the wiring completed and the Megasquirt figured out to get it running. Mechanically it is ready to go.

I am just finishing an almost 2 year stint working down in Texas and will be back home to keep working on this car in December.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by Snapdragon » Fri Nov 02, 2018 3:56 pm

Anything prior to the PB blowup was archived by me and any PB URL in your threads get changed by the server and a local copy of the picture gets served, so all your pics in this thread should still be there. Anything after the fiasco will not be.

Also, PM me when you get home with contact details, I still want to fly down one day to visit :good:
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