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  • About mnstrlt1
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    Chandler Arizona
    Year & Model
    1996 corvette LT4
    383, AFR 210 eliminators, TPIS 58mm TB, Melrose Headers, Magnaflow cat-back, McLeod twin-disc, Hurst shifter, Vortech V1 T-Trim, meth inj., 610+rwhp.


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  • Last Activity: 08-18-2018 01:58 PM
  • Member Since: 03-05-2008


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  1. C4in mesa
    05-11-2014 10:46 AM
    Chris I found this old email you sent me about stainless steel brake hoses being safer than the 26 year old rubber. I am going to get the rear calipers off this week and wire brush them to a shine and install new seal from Napa. $17 each side. I can't wait to show you the end result. I think while I am down there I will hit the whole assmbly where the rotors go to clean up any surface rust. I am looking for new rear caliper springs in case I need to buy them.
  2. VeryUnoriginal
    02-07-2014 03:32 AM
    Thanks! I'm currently buying parts for a nice little build for a fun daily driver. I'm doing a CC503, ported heads and intake, headers, and a tune from a good friend. Hoping for at least 370whp.
  3. CRUZN C4
    02-25-2010 04:14 AM
    Your Vette is sweet!
  4. Shawnksf
    02-16-2010 12:49 PM
    dude love the fieros i just sold my 87 and now am looking for another one. want to drop the motor from my 92 in and get a new lsx for the vette. would love to cruise up one with you sometime
  5. Steve85
    05-04-2009 04:13 PM
    He built high quality kits like the IMSA cars. He had a red twin turbo 6 cylinder that made the Hot Rod calender probably in the late 80's. They were neighbors, I have been trying to find out if he is still in the business.
  6. Steve85
    05-04-2009 10:42 AM

    Thanks for the kind words! The wheels are 18 x 12.5 rear and 18x10 front. I'm not sure of the front offset but the rear is 36mm with 8.5" backspace. It is the ZR1 and early (84-87) offset. The color is an early 2000's BMW, I think titanium silver was the name. It has a lot of very small flake.

    I don't have a link to the build really just a bunch of pictures. I am working on putting a little site together to keep track and document everything. I am more than happy to anwer any questions you have about it. The main issues were a poor rod stroke ratio, poorly installed valve seals, poor cam selection and so on... I should have just bolted a supercharger on the 408.
    In your Fiero days, you ever hear about a guy named jJohn or James Sutter?
  7. mnstrlt1
    01-20-2009 02:53 AM
    Alloy flywheel, 6-puck srung clutch (valeo pressure plate), short shifter, c-beam plates... all being installed shortly! All braided brake lines, lowering kit, brake pads, and ball joints!
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