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11-12-2007 07:34 AM
slims00ls1z28 Now we need some wheels up pics!
11-12-2007 07:17 AM
brandonppr I got it back together. I am planning on getting a photo shoot done on it, but I have a few things to finish on that part. I have been racing it. I had a few bugs to work out and I still don't have a tune on it. I got it running very rich. It did run a 7.15 @95mph na without a tune and spinning.

I ended up having to add 150lbs to the rear of the car to get it to hook which slowed it down to 7.2x, but its running cosistant and I am bracket racing so I think I am going to leave it alone for now. I know it easily has 6's in it in the 1/8th mile with a tune and a few tweaks. I plan on getting bigger tires and a new trans with a tbrake after next season.

I set everything up for spray, but I don't have spray on it. I think with a 250 shot I could really get it moving, but I guess I really don't need it for bracket racing.
11-12-2007 06:41 AM
slims00ls1z28 Ya lil update on this where ya sitting at now?
11-12-2007 01:26 AM
Mykdiver It looks like you are headed down the right path. Lookin very nice!
09-21-2007 03:43 PM
brandonppr Oh and it is a LS1. I painted it the same way the LSX is painted exept mine is red instead of orange.
09-21-2007 08:26 AM
brandonppr Thanks






The ABS will not work with a spool rear end.

I got the SMJ ABS delete kit, but I rebent all the lines and remounted everythng where its hidden.
09-21-2007 08:22 AM
slims00ls1z28 Since mine is a weekend driver (was) ABS is nto an issue on this car as it will never see the snow again. I've learned to threshold brake this car quite well. Out of the many years I'have owned this car the ABS has kickedin only a handful of times most of that was rocky or icy roads. Never that I can remember on a dry road. Dodging deer and all.
09-21-2007 07:37 AM
Luwinkle I like having ABS, my first car was totalled thanks to no ABS. ;x



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09-21-2007 07:17 AM
HEAVY H.P. What are the details on the engine.
Is it still a LS1 or a LSX block?
09-21-2007 07:13 AM
slims00ls1z28 Nice what did you do to remove the ABS stuff? I no longer have ABS and would love to clean up the bay by removing all that junk.
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