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Thread: Is That A Willys Wagon?? 1956 Willys Project

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorgil View Post
    Under "Thread Tools" choose "Show a Printable Version". From there you can use your browser to save it as a PDF file. Unfortunately the pictures wont be there so you have to keep track of the photos yourself.
    Thank you sir. I will take a look at this.

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    More and more of this glamorous body work/quarter panels. Hopefully after this evening we will be ready for bead blasting and I have plans to meet with painter this week.

    Then, maybe, between firing the smoker up to cook up some Amarillo Eggs, I will get some more time in setting up the compound turbos


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    If you can set those turbos up in the 2 hours it takes to smoke Amarillo Eggs, you are as good as it gets! I understand its best to eat those with a glass of milk.

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    Armadillo eggs are some of my favorites off the smoker. It depends on the jalapeños that you use, if you need the milk or not. It would be a fair bet that JB's might require the whole carton.

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    And a quart of ice cream to cool everything off. "Come on ice cream".

    Getting the body panels straight isn't glamorous work, but those are the first things people notice and they set the stage for the rest of the work of art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LarrBeard View Post
    And a quart of ice cream to cool everything off. "Come on ice cream".

    Getting the body panels straight isn't glamorous work, but those are the first things people notice and they set the stage for the rest of the work of art.
    “Come on ice cream"

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    Last edited by jbrewington; 05-15-2022 at 11:05 PM.

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    That fits in there just right! What a contrast, a compound turbo tucked up against a '56 firewall.

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    OK - I'll ask the question... Just what are compound turbos"

    Turbo 1 feeding turbo 2?

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    That is correct Chief. The output of a smaller turbo #1 spools a larger turbo #2. The benefit is better low end torque, mid range, and high end performance. There is a reduction in turbo lag, with the smaller turbo pushing air to the larger unit.

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