1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by doerun » Tue Nov 24, 2015 12:34 pm

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by bsneon98 » Mon Dec 21, 2015 5:18 am

Any updates on this beauty? So much good work, gives me motivation!
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sat Mar 26, 2016 12:05 am

Back from a long winter off. I have been tinkering on and off with the neon ECU and wiring and was getting nowhere.... I decided to sell that kit (Turbo, ECU etc) and go with a new simpler standalone system (Megasquirt) and a tubular turbo manifold and a "Ebay" chinese turbo. Old parts are off and sold, new parts are trickling in and I will be posting more on them hopefully in 2 weeks when I am home again.

This week I bent up a fuel cell out of 16 gauge as I could not find any on the shelf ones that fit my space I had available. It is 24"x20"x10" (20 gallon)with the outlets on the bottom facing to the back, a vent on the top, and a fill neck that is to be determined. It will either be in the cowel vent or under the hood. I am leaning to cowel vent as it would be simpler to fill when needed. Here are a few pictures of the start of the cell. Will be doing the front plate tomorrow. It is welded both inside and out on all seams so far. I left a 1" overlap on all joints to make the welding easier. Plan is to weld it up, pressure test it, then get a shop in Calgary to do a liner in it and then spray the outside with bedliner rubber material. Install location is offset to passenger to clear steering shaft which will be comign through the firewall shortly.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sat Mar 26, 2016 8:55 am

Are you thinking of just putting a fill tube up through the cowl itself or putting it in the vent that's on the cowl? Is that vent being used for anything else now?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:23 am

RD RT 98 wrote:Are you thinking of just putting a fill tube up through the cowl itself or putting it in the vent that's on the cowl? Is that vent being used for anything else now?
I would put the fill tube through the vent in the cowl. The fuel cell vent would come off the top and just be a piece of tube that dumps down onto the ground.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by Mr incredible » Sat Mar 26, 2016 6:08 pm

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sun Mar 27, 2016 1:03 am

I finished welding out the gas tank and put the fittings on it. They are all setup for -6AN line. I leak tested it with water and had a few pinholes to fix. I am heading to the wreckers on Monday to grab a fuel filler cap assembly and an e-brake lever assembly. Also grabbing a bunch of Rivnuts to use to hold down the body to the frame and a few other spots.
Also started figuring out the dash look, I have a LCD cluster I will be mounting in the center. Tomorrow night I hope to fill in the holes in the stock dash and then cut a nice hole and mount this cluster.


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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 8:57 am

I like that lcd cluster. Why mount it in the middle though?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sun Mar 27, 2016 1:47 pm

This is what the dash looks like stock. The shape of it lends it to having the gauges in the middle I think.

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Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 5:28 pm

Ok, I see that now too. What are the dimensions of the lcd display?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sun Mar 27, 2016 7:46 pm

Here is what it looks like compared to the dash and the existing holes. I tried to attach this picture the first time but I can't post my vertical oriented pictures here due to the height limit.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Mar 27, 2016 8:29 pm

Looks like it's a pretty good size. For some reason I was imagining it smaller
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Mar 28, 2016 1:34 pm

Ended up having the inlaws over until 10 PM last night so no garage time. I made it to the pick and pull though today and picked up a E-brake assembly and a filler neck from a Mazda 6. The coolest find of the day though is these Rivnuts. I bought them in various sizes and they are around 1$ a piece on average. They will tighten onto various thicknesses of metal and form a very strong anchor with threads in it.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Mar 28, 2016 6:13 pm

I received a parcel as I was running out the door to the airport with my new turbo manifold. It was only 120$ but the quality seems pretty good at first inspection. Flanges are nice and thick, welds are pretty good, they back ground the inside of the transitions, and welded the inside of the flanges too. Came with gaskets and boltup as well.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by Wernlia » Tue Mar 29, 2016 8:33 am

I have been curious about those, I have heard they have issues with cracking. However I don't think anyone has braced one which would help.

Also throw the gaskets away, that style is known not seal well and leak.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Apr 08, 2016 12:22 am

I was able to install the new turbo, manifold, injectors and rail. I was also playing around with some of the rivnuts but they were not cooperating without the right tool... I will be picking it up in town tomorrow. Also received the new computer and wiring harness. It is tiny compared to the original stuff. Tomorrow the plan is to work on the dash as I was laying out for the gauges, ignition, headlight switch, and other switches.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:44 pm

Good progress tonight. I made a few pieces of 1/8" flatbar running under the floor to mount the shifter and e brake to. I picked up the proper tool to install the rivnuts and they went great. I installed them in the seat mounts, floor plate mounts, and where I am going to attach the interior sheet metal. Cut out the first half of the floor as well.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Apr 08, 2016 10:48 pm

Mr incredible wrote:plenty to do i see :good:
Rough plan is as follows:
- Fab final body mounts
- Mount steering column
- Mount fuel cell
- Remove body
- Complete E-brake/shifter/throttle linkages
- Finish wiring
- FIRE IT UP!

Maybe by end of summer?

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sat Apr 09, 2016 11:46 pm

Had more fun today and installed the last body mount, drivers side floor panels and rear firewall. Also started mocking in the steering column and it looks like it should be pretty simple. I just need to wrangle up a few of the right size u bolts to lock it to the dash and the support bar near the firewall.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:05 am

Such a cool project, love your updates. Still not sure what rivnuts are though
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:21 am

RD RT 98 wrote:Still not sure what rivnuts are though

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Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Apr 10, 2016 12:41 am

kberjian wrote:
RD RT 98 wrote:Still not sure what rivnuts are though
Nice!
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Post by joesf » Sat Apr 16, 2016 4:41 pm

Loving it

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Fri Apr 22, 2016 2:48 am

Home again for a few days and hoping to make some progress. Tonight was finalizing the front body mounts, steering column mount and fuel cell. I added in a crossmember under the fuel cell and will be putting some rubber between the crossmember and tank to avoid wear/rattles. Added tabs that will be welded to the fuel cell housing. I was hoping to get more done but I spent 45 minutes looking for the 1/4" rivnuts.... turns out I had set them on the engine behind the firewall I bolted in last time. Oops.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sat Apr 23, 2016 12:53 am

Worked on patching up the dash and laying out the new hole for the gauge cluster. Tomorrow night the dash goes in the car and hopefully get the steering linkage finished.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Sun Apr 24, 2016 12:26 am

Cut the hole for gauges in the dash, the plastic cover goes over the hole so it will look pretty good. Also mounted the dash and steering column. The steering linkage was super easy without any engine up front to worry about. Would appreciate any comments if someone sees any issues with it (Last picture was before the support was added but second picture shows it).
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by RD RT 98 » Sun Apr 24, 2016 9:10 pm

Lots of room in there! That's where you're putting the gas tank too, right? Will that be behind the radiator?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Apr 25, 2016 2:05 am

Started on a few new things tonight. The exhaust outlet from the turbo didn't come with a flange so I started making one out of 1/4" steel but my plasma cutter died... a piece in the gun which I will go get tomorrow. I have a 180 degree and a 90 degree bend I will try to make a smoothish transition down to the outlet. Also trying to figure out the support and where to install the flex coupler as well..... I was never happy with how the front grill shell was mounted so I took it out and started thinking on how to improve it. With the lack of progress I decided to make myself feel better and do the measurements for the new rims and tires I am going to order tomorrow.
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Apr 25, 2016 2:07 am

RD RT 98 wrote:Lots of room in there! That's where you're putting the gas tank too, right? Will that be behind the radiator?
Room for everything plus a bit to spare! :good:

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Post by RD RT 98 » Mon Apr 25, 2016 7:12 am

Does the gas tank being behind the radiator look like it'll cause any problems with air flow for the radiator? Venting the sides of the hood?
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:33 pm

RD RT 98 wrote:Does the gas tank being behind the radiator look like it'll cause any problems with air flow for the radiator? Venting the sides of the hood?
I think the louvers in the hood and the open bottom will provide plenty of air flow out.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by kberjian » Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:34 pm

Had fun tonight making the downpipe. I am pretty happy with how it turned out but learned a few things to make it better next time. I just need to make a few pivoting mounts at the bottom tomorrow and it will be done. I think it might be just a bit loud and possibly shoot flames. Darn...

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Post by doerun » Tue Apr 26, 2016 8:12 am

Perfect!! I love the dp. This thing is a dream car!

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Post by BlackDOHC » Tue Apr 26, 2016 8:40 am

That "exhaust" should sound nice :good:
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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

Post by Mitsuru » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:56 am

A quick question how are you going to deal with the pre and post cat O2 sensors which the ecu will need?
Sorry if I have missed that point if it was posted earlier.

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Re: 1929 Willys Whippet SRT-4

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Post by joesf » Thu Apr 28, 2016 1:16 pm

He don't have to run a post 02 it has no bearing on fuel delivery.

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Post by RD RT 98 » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:58 pm

joesf wrote:He don't have to run a post 02 it has no bearing on fuel delivery.

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Isn't the downstream O2 just for emissions regulations, to make sure the catalytic converter is working properly?
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Post by joesf » Fri Apr 29, 2016 5:15 am

Exactly, it only measures catalytic converter efficiency. All changes to fuel are made based on upstream 02.

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