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Discussion in 'Stage II Tech' started by Cheeseburger, Nov 24, 2008.
Ok, here is one picture of what is in the engine bay now!
Still a ways to go though!:wink:
Nice. How many cubic dollars is that?
That my friend is a work of art!
What kind of HP# you expecting?
hey mike some details would be nice
You're not planning on driving that on the street, are you? 'Cause you know....it can't be done. ;-)
Real nice job Mike.
That looks fanta$tic!!!
Yes, lots of cubic dollers,lol tied up here!
Motor is a 272 with the best of the best inside.......
As far as hp, i just look at it this way, what it does it does......well see!
Not sure on street driving, probably not but you know how that goes!:smile:
Ummm...would you please shine your distributor cap?
j/k - awesome job!
LOL, i actually have a couple brand new ones and well put one on before i fire it up.
IMHO: Don't use that distributor cap if you are going to make the wires. Use the red cap, from a Chevy V6. The Chevy cap has male terminals on it (HEI) type. The female ends have a tendency to come off. Also the Buick cap is discontinued from MSD, the Chevy V6 cap replaced it. With the Chevy cap, you have to change the screws on it to make it work.
Lookin good Cheeseburger!!!
Good to know, gnxtc2.
Looks amazing, I am very suprised to see this for a Canadian. Is that a T6 flange?
Norbs, wipe the drool from your bottom lip and get back in the garage. Looks real good Mike, show us some more pics..... How long til you fire that puppy up?
Yes please, inquiring minds want to know!!!!
You should add that to the jaw droppers thread.
That looks awsome!!! man get that thing done and come play in TSO.
P.S headers look great wow
Thanks guys, flange is a T6.
I still need a few things before i am ready to fire it up, turbo and so on.
Doing my best to get everything ready/running for spring time.