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Old 09-05-2011, 09:17 PM   #1
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10 second goal build








freshly painted tremec tko


lakewood bell housing also with some fresh paint. centerforce clutch installed with a billet flywheel. im waiting on the extended clutch fork and this thing will be ready to be dropped in. im putting the motor and tranny in together. i know a lot of people choose not to do it this way but its personal preference and i find it easier



current state of the car, its been sitting in the garage since 05 with no drivetrain in it

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Old 09-05-2011, 09:34 PM   #2
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Nice just not a fan of those intake gaskets would rather see the steel laminate ones used just a matter of time before they leak on that purty engine
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Old 09-06-2011, 01:42 PM   #3
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Nice just not a fan of those intake gaskets would rather see the steel laminate ones used just a matter of time before they leak on that purty engine
havent had a problem with them yet on my other motors so ill stick with them for now
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Old 09-07-2011, 09:17 PM   #4
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Are you going with the KOOKS long tubes or the shorties? And what cam did you install? Looks great btw...
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Are you going with the KOOKS long tubes or the shorties? And what cam did you install? Looks great btw...
im going with the long tubes. i have the shorties installed for the installation of it cause im using a heavy duty tow rope rapped underneath them since im putting the motor and trans in together. i dont want to use that carb plate with all that extra weight. the cam is a comp solid roller XR286

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couple of pictures from last night




and now its in!
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Looking good!!!
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havent updated here in a while but i finally got the motor in and running. took me a while to get everything settled in cause of the tranny not mounting up to the cross member so i decided to modify it to fit. here are some pics with a short video of the first start up

this is the modification i made to the cross member






heres short video of the first start up. click on the picture to play it


motor is still not 100% done but im just happy its in there and all i have to worry about is a few little things
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Which AFR's ? 205 or 225
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Which AFR's ? 205 or 225
205s with the 72cc chambers
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Nice build, sounds great. Did you make it to a track before they all closed?
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Nice build, sounds great. Did you make it to a track before they all closed?
no, i wish tho. i was way to busy working. my plans for this winter is to have it dynoed, install a roll cage and have it painted. then ill be ready for track and hopefully enjoy the car

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