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  • #91
    I'll keep an eye out for local electric motors if you like.

    Sent from the depths of hell.
    Ford Festiva 1991 WA Model (5 Door)
    Nicknamed the car 'The Chiva' (Chilli Festiva)

    Avg Economy:
    Highway - 7.32L/100km
    City - yet to be determined.

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    • #92
      Save the duct work if it's salvageable and set up a Waste Oil furnace... oil changes = 'free' heat

      There's many types of WO furnaces. A simple drip type with a small forced draft would work really, really well with the space you have
      1991 Mercury Capri XR2 "GTXR2" BPT Swapped AWD Conversion

      Rocketchips!
      High Flow B3/B6/BP VAF Adapters for sale!
      Bolt-on Weber Carb Adapters!

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      • #93
        Originally posted by Rocketman View Post
        Save the duct work if it's salvageable and set up a Waste Oil furnace... oil changes = 'free' heat

        There's many types of WO furnaces. A simple drip type with a small forced draft would work really, really well with the space you have
        Got a link to any plans for the drip type? Been thinking of one...
        Contact me for information about Festiva Madness!
        Remember, FestYboy is inflatable , and Scitzz means crazy, YO!
        "Like I'm going to suggest we do the job right." ~Fecomatter May 28 2016.

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        • #94
          Here's one of the originals http://www.motherearthnews.com/diy/w...#axzz2wzurCi3d
          There's a lot more out there - some google-fu will turn them up. Some are stupid simple like a controlled drip into an old brake drum, others use siphon nozzles and pre-heaters and whatnot.
          Also check out YouTube you can see a lot of different designs in action
          1991 Mercury Capri XR2 "GTXR2" BPT Swapped AWD Conversion

          Rocketchips!
          High Flow B3/B6/BP VAF Adapters for sale!
          Bolt-on Weber Carb Adapters!

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          • #95
            I got half a 55 gallon drum to donate to the cause if you decide to do something like that lol..
            2008 Kia Rio- new beater
            1987 F-150- revived and CLEAN!!!
            1987 Suzuki Dual Sport- fun beater bike
            1993 Festiva- Fiona, DD
            1997 Aspire- Peaspire, Refurb'd, sold
            1997 Aspire- Babyspire, DD
            1994 Aspire - Project Kiazord
            1994 Aspire- Crustyspire, RIP



            "If it moves, grease it, if it don't, paint it, and if it ain't broke don't fix it!"

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            • #96
              Bump Did the parts from the Bob's run make it to the revival center? I got a really good respirator and roofing experience and will work for bones lol
              Send An Invite If Ya Want




              1991 Ford Festiva GL- Auto

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              • #97
                Ha! I'll let ya know Dave!

                Karl
                '93GL "Prettystiva" ticking B3 and 5 speed, backup DD; full swaps in spring!
                '91L "AquaMutt" my '91L; B6 swap/5 speed & Aspire brakes, DD/work car
                '92L "Twinstiva" 5sp, salvage titled, waiting for repairs...
                '93GL "Luxstiva," '94 B6 engine & ATX; needs overhauled
                '89L "Muttstiva," now a storage bin, future trailer project

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                • #98
                  I was looking for your build thread and saw this. Hows the revival center doing?

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                  • #99
                    Hi Ryan. I'm a lazy bum.

                    Does that answer your question?

                    Or maybe, "I'm still working on myself, to undo my lazy bumminity."

                    I have read some good books lately though.

                    And I do check this site once a week or so.

                    Karl
                    '93GL "Prettystiva" ticking B3 and 5 speed, backup DD; full swaps in spring!
                    '91L "AquaMutt" my '91L; B6 swap/5 speed & Aspire brakes, DD/work car
                    '92L "Twinstiva" 5sp, salvage titled, waiting for repairs...
                    '93GL "Luxstiva," '94 B6 engine & ATX; needs overhauled
                    '89L "Muttstiva," now a storage bin, future trailer project

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                    • You only need a little motivation. They are yellow, about two feet long and come with a pair of electrodes on the tip.
                      Last edited by bravekozak; 02-03-2018, 07:28 AM.

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                      • Bumping this to help improve a fellow Karl's future "Church of Festiva"

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                        • Thank you Sock!

                          Yeah, I'm a bit late. I know!

                          Karl
                          '93GL "Prettystiva" ticking B3 and 5 speed, backup DD; full swaps in spring!
                          '91L "AquaMutt" my '91L; B6 swap/5 speed & Aspire brakes, DD/work car
                          '92L "Twinstiva" 5sp, salvage titled, waiting for repairs...
                          '93GL "Luxstiva," '94 B6 engine & ATX; needs overhauled
                          '89L "Muttstiva," now a storage bin, future trailer project

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