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|Part 38 of my 1976 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration has been posted to YouTube. I guarantee that aside from part 38 of my '76 Cosmo Restoration, you will not find more footage on YouTube of someone shaking a fuel tank. You have my word that this is the most tank shaking coverage you will see in any video. Why so much tank agitation? Because in this episode I clean and seal the 40 year old fuel tank using the POR-15 fuel tank restoration kit. This is something which several h... (more)|
|Part 37 of my 1976 Mazda RX-5 Cosmo Restoration has been posted to YouTube. Part 37 of my '76 Mazda Cosmo restoration focuses on one specific task in great detail. That task is converting the old carburetor feeding fuel tank to one which can satisfy the high pressure needs of fuel injection. The approach I take is to modify the tank to accept an in tank fuel pump via custom bracket, emulating the approach used on modern vehicles. My inspiration for the setup was the Aero... (more)|
|Actually, 10,007 when I checked this morning. I've crossed the magical 10K threshold. Apparently 10,000 is as significant as 1000. At 1000 I saw a very quick jump up to the next milestone, 5000. Then it was a slow climb to 10K. Let's see what happens at 10K. Thank you to all my subscribers and I am flattered you are enjoying my Cosmo restoration.|
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Last Update: May. 21st, 2014