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Old 03-09-2019, 03:06 PM   #31
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The wheels look good. I was hoping you were gonna go for the hyper black finish you posted.

Your front calipers are the 4 piston CTSVs?
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Old 03-10-2019, 01:27 AM   #32
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The wheels look good. I was hoping you were gonna go for the hyper black finish you posted.

Your front calipers are the 4 piston CTSVs?

I said in that post they would be matte black, I only posted the hyper black to show the wheel off better. They look unlike any setup I've seen on a GTO, they look better than pics can show right now. I will back out of the garage this morning and take better photos.

They are Camaro SS brembos, which I believe are the same difference. I will be switching to 6 pot fronts eventually, purely for looks lol the 4 pot f/r were a massive difference and stopping power is phenomenal. I recommend buying them in the color you like, or powered coating them - I painted them with caliper paint but some paint peeled after bleeding them and not cleaning the fluid off in time.





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Old 03-10-2019, 06:40 AM   #33
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I missed the part that you were getting the matte black. The fitment looks super aggressive at the fenders (looks great). What wheel and tire specs are you running?

I really want the 6 piston fronts as well, more for looks as well, but I know the wheels I want to run won’t clear and they still might be tight with the four piston.
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Old 03-12-2019, 11:09 AM   #35
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MAVMAN HOOD ARRIVED. LIGHT AS A FEATHER. BEAUTIFUL TO THE POINT WHERE PICS DONT DO IT JUSTICE!



ALSO, THIS IS VERY FITTING FOR MY 100TH POST!


... NOW TO DO SOME MODIFYING AND MAKE IT 1 OF 1 HEHEHEHE
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Old 03-12-2019, 11:29 AM   #36
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MAVMAN HOOD ARRIVED. LIGHT AS A FEATHER. BEAUTIFUL TO THE POINT WHERE PICS DONT DO IT JUSTICE!



ALSO, THIS IS VERY FITTING FOR MY 100TH POST!


... NOW TO DO SOME MODIFYING AND MAKE IT 1 OF 1 HEHEHEHE

does it have a hood latch at all? i know seibons typically do but they still "require" hood pins/latches.
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does it have a hood latch at all? i know seibons typically do but they still "require" hood pins/latches.

Well, it doesn't have a hood latch, but, it has the provisions for you to swap the latch/spring over from the OEM hood, as well as the hood struts.
Also, funny you mention seibon since that is where this mavman hood shipped from according to the shipping details. Here are some pics:



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Old 03-12-2019, 03:03 PM   #38
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Nice build thread ... thx for posting all of this
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does it have a hood latch at all? i know seibons typically do but they still "require" hood pins/latches.

Well, it doesn't have a hood latch, but, it has the provisions for you to swap the latch/spring over from the OEM hood, as well as the hood struts.
Also, funny you mention seibon since that is where this mavman hood shipped from according to the shipping details. Here are some pics:




right on. that hood keeps growing on me everytime i see it
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Old 03-13-2019, 06:59 PM   #40
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I've been trying to wait until it is finished before posting but I cannot contain my excitement. Brand new Mavman hood I brought to my body guy with my vision and he is making it happen. Fully functional heat extractor with rain tray! Almost done. It needs a coat of paint on the underside, then the dynaliner. I'll post the final results in a day or so! LOOKS MUCH BETTER IN PERSON.









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I've been trying to wait until it is finished before posting but I cannot contain my excitement. Brand new Mavman hood I brought to my body guy with my vision and he is making it happen. Fully functional heat extractor with rain tray! Almost done. It needs a coat of paint on the underside, then the dynaliner. I'll post the final results in a day or so! LOOKS MUCH BETTER IN PERSON.










that looks awesome!
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Old 03-19-2019, 03:08 AM   #42
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Some updated photos!









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Old 03-19-2019, 03:12 AM   #43
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Took these pictures right after I ceramic coated the hood, and I have dynaliner that I still have to install as well. No photo effects! Looks PHENOMENAL, mores in person.



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Old 03-19-2019, 03:20 AM   #44
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Here is a video with some additional angles of the hood and some exhaust idle / revs. Still 'untuned'.

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car sounds and looks good.
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Killing it. Keep us updated after its tuned.
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The hood looks great. I just really think a GTO should have the scooped hood. I hope I can make the supercharger fit without tearing up the hood too much.
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Old 03-20-2019, 07:43 AM   #48
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Man goatee you KILT it!

Nice work, your very good and talented.
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Old 03-20-2019, 06:07 PM   #49
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Killing it. Keep us updated after its tuned.

Will do. Pat G is tuning it remotely, then I'll have to find a dyno shortly after to see the numbers. Schedule will be tough until mid April or else I''d have it dyno tuned. Stay tuned!
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Pat G has a Texas Mile event, so tune will be on the back burner for a bit. Sucks because I already paid so no finding an alternative! In the mean time, I added dynaliner to the hood for a lil heat protection for the carbon fiber. Car needs a good wash and wax, it has been sitting for a while...
I seemed to inspire a few folks to copy the hood LOL just remember where you saw it first!

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Old 03-22-2019, 04:23 PM   #51
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Nice work, your very good and talented.

I appreciate that!
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The hood looks great. I just really think a GTO should have the scooped hood. I hope I can make the supercharger fit without tearing up the hood too much.

I think the Mavman is the best hood not named OEM. I also think the uniqueness of the hood, weight savings, heat extraction (in my case), and being able to fit a ZL1 lid for further cooling/power benefits outweighs the want for keeping the OE hood. At least in my case/opinion. I'm in Arizona, so every bit of cooling helps!
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Old 03-30-2019, 09:02 PM   #53
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Did some data logging today! Took the opportunity to whip the GoPro out for some filming! Here is a quick video of one of the WOT pulls. Second revision of Pat G remote tuning.


After filling up with $50 of shell-vpower (91), the weight let itself be known! Raised the suspension a smidge and all is well now.

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Thanks for your time dedicated to this build and sharing of pics/details.

I wanted a Mavman hood for awhile and an LSA, now it's time to start collecting parts.
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As I continue to data log with Pat G remote tuning, I noticed just how well Colt's OTR intake works to keep IATs low (always within 7* of ambient, they rise quickly with WOT, then fall steadily within 10*, and slowly bleed off from there), and idling for 30 seconds to 1min, the IAT only rises 1 degree. Seriously. Its worth noting that I have a Ron Davis radiator, 160*thermostat, stock fans, Mishimoto oil cooler, dual pass HX, and 2qt S/C coolant tank, as well as the heat extractor in the hood. IATs are read from the supercharger, in other words, IAT2 (I do not use IAT 1, LS1 harness reasons).



Cruising to pick my son up from school. 72* outside in PHX this afternoon.


Car off 15min., driving back to house w/IATs steadily dropping (car on was 110* IATs), but the point of this photo was to show off fuel pressure with stock returnless fuel setup with just a DW300.


She is a beauty!
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Swapped my busted seats for some UNTORN red seats. I bought the GTO with the seats already beat to shit. I Thought I would have to go all black because I could NEVER find untorn red seats! Before/After swap and cleaning/conditioning (I used Leather Honey, highly recommend it, my seats are soft and supple!) the leather. The interior was embarrassing, at shows it would bother me when folks would look into the cabin with disgust... NO MORE!









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Looks great. The car is really coming together.
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Had some professional pics taken. Just a few from dozens









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They are Camaro SS brembos, which I believe are the same difference. I will be switching to 6 pot fronts eventually, purely for looks lol the 4 pot f/r were a massive difference and stopping power is phenomenal. I recommend buying them in the color you like, or powered coating them - I painted them with caliper paint but some paint peeled after bleeding them and not cleaning the fluid off in time.

Can you PM me exactly what was needed to do the brake conversion?
2010 SS Camaro calipers/rotors or C6 rotors? Mounting adapters needed or not? 18" rim with what offset is required? Etc...

I don't want to hijack your thread too much but I've seen several different answers and wanted a real-world application perspective.

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Can you PM me exactly what was needed to do the brake conversion?
2010 SS Camaro calipers/rotors or C6 rotors? Mounting adapters needed or not? 18" rim with what offset is required? Etc...

I don't want to hijack your thread too much but I've seen several different answers and wanted a real-world application perspective.

Awesome build and tons of great info.

All of the info that's really needed is on Bohnman's site and he sells the brackets.
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