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Karl.davies
14-01-13, 09:26 PM
Thought I would say hello

I have a Sumo Pilgrim with a 5.7 Chevy and I am hoping to have it finished later this year. Getting a little worried about the IVA but otherwise I am really enjoying the build

Karl

kdavies3
14-01-13, 09:31 PM
Welcome aboard Karl.
Great initials you have there. :cool:

braincol
14-01-13, 09:45 PM
Karl,

I might not be too far from you depending whereabouts in Gloucestershire you live. I'm finishing off a Viper with the same engine as yours (actually more than half of all Cobra replicas seem to have one or other variant of this engine !) and hoping to finish this summer. Will send you a PM (private message) and we can share problems and successes if you wish.

Welcome,

Brian Evans.

Karl.davies
15-01-13, 07:01 PM
Cheers m8 hoping to get lots of advice

Chimeara
15-01-13, 07:02 PM
Welcome to the mad house. Plenty of help and info on here. Good luck with the build.

Karl.davies
15-01-13, 07:03 PM
Hi Brian

i am in Stroud Gloucestershire, it sounds great to share experiences

talk soon

karl

seph
15-01-13, 07:09 PM
Thought I would say hello

I have a Sumo Pilgrim with a 5.7 Chevy and I am hoping to have it finished later this year. Getting a little worried about the IVA but otherwise I am really enjoying the build

Karl

Karl,

welcome to the site and don't worry about the IVA. I really enjoyed my experience of it and they are really only there to help you.


Paul

MattS6
15-01-13, 07:17 PM
Welcome!!!

darkhorse
19-01-13, 03:35 PM
Hi Karl and welcome.I too am building a sumo but with the RV8 3.9 and live quite close by in Cheltenham.
If you or Brian want to get in touch that would be great.
Sean.

Turbycat
19-01-13, 08:49 PM
Hi Karl and welcome from another Newbie.

Andy

StewbieC
20-01-13, 09:00 AM
Hi Karl,

Welcome to the fold. Don't worry about the IVA, The manual is very thorough and if you stick to the requirements, you'll be fine! Any questions just post them up!

slogger
20-01-13, 02:47 PM
Welcome to our corner of the web. Good luck with getting the Cob finished and on the road. Don't forget the obligatory pictures.