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Old 12-29-2018, 09:18 PM
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Originally Posted by Fast6.3 View Post
Damm Robert thats a gorgeous car
Thanks man for the remark it will have all some of the best parts in the rear end trans & motor. For no more rwhp power hoping it will hold together but will push it for meth 38% BTR stage II cam with the LT4 inj & pump. This will be as far as I will push the power level with a good tune on it.

Also the car is at the shop up in KNOXVILLE, TN as of today cant wait to get it back from Nick.. Will get some pic's as it come along with the work.. Robert
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It surges significantly at low speeds with an auto. You really need a converter with this cam.
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Old 12-31-2018, 09:40 AM
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It surges significantly at low speeds with an auto. You really need a converter with this cam.
I agree I have a Circle D 3200 stall to put in her.

Well have every part of the running gear & motor out of the car. Was just told new motor will be done by tomorrow. Robert

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some pic's of the car & motor at Nicks shop getting worked on..




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Bucking/surging when slowing down for a stop....I am ok with it but wish I had put a converter in it for better 60ft times when the diff was out for a Wavetrac

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Old 01-09-2019, 05:42 PM
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Bucking/surging when slowing down for a stop....I am ok with it but wish I had put a converter in it for better 60ft times when the diff was out for a Wavetrac
I agree I know the 3200 stall will not be enough for a full track car but it is more of a street car for me. I just hope with the LG solid motor and trans mounts, & the 3 1/4 inch C.F. driveshaft with no couplers on it that the car is not to bad on the street. We will see when it is all together. Robert
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How much boost are you planning to run? The A&A setup is really nice looking. I saw one getting installed this weekend.
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How much boost are you planning to run? The A&A setup is really nice looking. I saw one getting installed this weekend.
He'll likely hit 14-15 PSI.
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He'll likely hit 14-15 PSI.
Thinking about the same here it will handle it for sure, good set of ported heads on her also will help. ANT thanks for all of your input and help buddy.. Robert
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Originally Posted by Fast6.3 View Post
Damm Robert thats a gorgeous car
Think you man for the kinds words. Hope to have it all done by next month sometime now have gotten all my parts in now. Got the C.F. driveshaft into the tq tube has no couplers on it with the Circle D stall also..Robert

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Old 02-03-2019, 08:21 PM
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Motor almost going into the car

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Old 02-03-2019, 08:28 PM
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Old 02-03-2019, 08:32 PM
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Looking good
Thanks buddy Nick does excellent work on this stuff. He will be putting the motor onto his engine start up stand this coming week if I can get the tune from Pat on it... Robert

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It's getting there! Can't wait to see the finished product!
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Pat G is doing the tuning?
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Pat G is doing the tuning?
Yes why do you ask, Hoping it comes out good..
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Pat G is awesome you will be happy
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Old 02-10-2019, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Fast6.3 View Post
Pat G is awesome you will be happy
I hope so the motor will be going onto the stand along engine stand within the next week are so just needed some fittings to make the way into the shop. Going to be running it on the stand to make sure all is good before putting all together back on the cradle & back into the car.. Robert
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Old 02-10-2019, 05:54 PM
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I hope so the motor will be going onto the stand along engine stand within the next week are so just needed some fittings to make the way into the shop. Going to be running it on the stand to make sure all is good before putting all together back on the cradle & back into the car.. Robert
how do you plan on doing that with the electronics?
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Quiky One View Post
how do you plan on doing that with the electronics?
You can buy a stand along set up but for the C7 it is about 2200.00 to be able to run it on a stand. So dam much more to this new c7 set up the c5 & c6 is about half that price. Just have to set up a tune in it to get the car to start is all will not be running no big RPM at all. Just making sure it runs and has no leaks much better than seeing something is wrong after you have this part back into the car.. Robert
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