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  1. Venge1
    07-18-2015 02:06 PM
    I hear ya man, gonna tub it,need wide tire, 15s for the track, sub connectors for sure, and some weight reduction to wouldnt hurt
  2. PonchoHoncho
    07-18-2015 01:08 PM
    Something to keep in mind, whatever you end up with engine-wise:
    Anyone can make respectable hp. Getting it to the pavement efficiently is the key. You will need to address suspension and the weak IRS to really fly.
  3. Venge1
    07-18-2015 12:38 PM
    i seen lunati crank signiture series for freekin 2000+ dollars, must be super light weight
  4. Venge1
    07-18-2015 12:34 PM
    i do hav long tubes alredy kooks 1 7/8 i believe, i may be trying to do that race motor shit lol,we shall see , me and the old man gonna see what we can do.
    ive been lookin at coast performance they have rotating assembly dominator kit for 2500 i believe
  5. Venge1
    07-18-2015 12:31 PM
    i see good shit,i cant get anybody to tell me if maching the gasket on exhaust port is beneficial, or is it possible to bust thru the water lacket
  6. PonchoHoncho
    07-17-2015 05:23 AM
    Intake matching is more important, in my opinion. Exhaust porting is beneficial, but you'd be better advised just to put some good long-tubes on the engine, unless you're building an all out 700+hp race motor. Yes, the Lunati crank and rods would be a really good investment. Is it a standard stroke or something like a 4.00" stroke? Seems like a good price. My initial cost for the rotating assembly was nearly $3.5k, which included Diamond pistons as well.
  7. Venge1
    07-16-2015 10:44 AM
    oh i see now u got lunati crank and rods is it a signiture series
  8. Venge1
    07-16-2015 09:14 AM
    question for you, should i open up the exhuast and match to gasket and headers. ive matched the roof, but not sure if i should do the bottom.also i was lookn at Hinson they hav a lunati crank and rods for 1100, you ever used lunati cranks,
    i was really thinkn about buying individual parts for the bottom,
  9. Venge1
    07-14-2015 09:02 PM
    youve done a shit load of work to ur car kno it inside and out, i feel like im just gettn started but i gotta start some wher, i hear you on the MT's been lookin around for some rims too.
    I have to hand it to you on that 60' wow . Keep up the good work,
    I'll keep u imformed about the engine.
  10. Venge1
    07-13-2015 07:41 AM
    Damn man i thought 650 rwhp would be in the 10's easy. i gotta lot i wanna do, injectors and fuel pump proly have to be upgraded ,coilovers for the front, gottem for the back solid cradle bushings and beefed up toe rods, but i need the sub frame connectors, and tubs ,ive got get more rubber down, alotta shit to get everything right, the way i want it lol. Just gona stay concentrated on the engine right now tho. 1 thing at a time right

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    Bradenton, FL
    2006 GTO
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    '06 CGM, LSX std. deck, 13:1 forged stroker, Manley crank/Lunati rods, Super Victor with nitrous 'puck', NOS Progressive Launcher, LSM custom cam, Diamond, Kook's, Aeromotive A-1000, I.D. 1000's, FTI TH400,FTI 4800 stall, TCI Outlaw, Moser Fab 9 with 4-link, QA1's, DSS cf ds, caged, mini-tubbed, Billet Specialties, etc. Basic moneypit.
    RIP: M6 and factory IRS

    Wife's: 2008 Trailblazer SS - OEM stock
    Spare: 1996 Formula convertible - LT1 gathering dust


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