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Old 04-24-2017, 10:14 AM
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One take "with Matt farah"


The episode with the rsr camaro is up
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Not all his info is accurate but whatever lol all good
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Hey congrats man! That is seriously cool. You need to throw up a youtube video looking for parts donations for that LS swap, while you got people all over the world drooling about your car, and thinking about how cool it would be with a LS1/T56... You never know who might wanna help?
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Looking good Man. This is Daniel, I came out to Simi a few times. Saw the car last before it was painted. Looking damn good.

What's not accurate?
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Hey congrats man! That is seriously cool. You need to throw up a youtube video looking for parts donations for that LS swap, while you got people all over the world drooling about your car, and thinking about how cool it would be with a LS1/T56... You never know who might wanna help?
Thank you so much buddy.. I think the road and track excerpt was cooler lol I never figured that would happen lol a buddy of mine has a ls1 long block I'm going to pick up Saturday. I need a 4.8 crank and rods and a good set of bearings
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Looking good Man. This is Daniel, I came out to Simi a few times. Saw the car last before it was painted. Looking damn good.

What's not accurate?
That it's a stock 6... it's not lol
The heads are ported the intake is port matched . Tube headers. Larger injectors . Carbon fiber cool air intake I made from scratch , radiator is two times the size over all than stock . Side tanks were notched to fit into the frame. Fuel mapping was reflagged as well as cooling fan programming. And a few other things
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That it's a stock 6... it's not lol
The heads are ported the intake is port matched . Tube headers. Larger injectors . Carbon fiber cool air intake I made from scratch , radiator is two times the size over all than stock . Side tanks were notched to fit into the frame. Fuel mapping was reflagged as well as cooling fan programming. And a few other things
Hot damn! Nice. Heck, no one will appreciate that kind of work on a V6. Most everyone on here would, but still. Great build and great video. Makes me want to go work on my Trans Am.
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That it's a stock 6... it's not lol
The heads are ported the intake is port matched . Tube headers. Larger injectors . Carbon fiber cool air intake I made from scratch , radiator is two times the size over all than stock . Side tanks were notched to fit into the frame. Fuel mapping was reflagged as well as cooling fan programming. And a few other things
Why not stick with the 6 cylinder theme? Turbo charging the 6 cylinders produce some impressive times and if it's an aluminum block it would handle slightly better. SlickTrackGod had an aluminum 6 in his car that was (purportedly) a beast when it came to handling.
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Your video is now on the homepage of gm-efi.com
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definitely cool experience I bet to have Matt drive and review the car. cool
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Old 05-02-2017, 09:26 AM
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Your video is now on the homepage of gm-efi.com
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Awesome
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Why not stick with the 6 cylinder theme? Turbo charging the 6 cylinders produce some impressive times and if it's an aluminum block it would handle slightly better. SlickTrackGod had an aluminum 6 in his car that was (purportedly) a beast when it came to handling.
Very true ... but if I can get the weight with an aluminum v8 down low at least on paper it should be within 20 lbs .. he didn't have the aluminum v6 in his car yet. He was building it from what I understand but it never got finished
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Re: One take "with Matt farah"

First off, I'm in love with the car, and second, what did it take to get that steering wheel to fit? I cant seem to find much info on the spline compatibility between our steering columns and a newer steering wheel.
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Old 03-12-2019, 03:26 PM
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What ever happened to this car? Did it ever get the LS swap? I would love to see an update!!
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I've seen one update on the car in the past year and it was just a change in wheels
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All that awesome fabrication work and still no LS? Hope he gets it done soon.
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