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Hey guys! Below is the WIP 2006 Pontiac GTO I have been building for the last few years. I will update this post as it comes together, but I do have a few pictures and a pretty lengthy parts list which seems to be growing. So let's dig in!

Motor:
Dart LS Next SHP Pro 427 CID Iron Block
Callies Ultra I-Beam Rods
Callies Dragonslayer Crank
Diamond Forged LS2K Pistons
Bullet 55mm Custom Ground Cam
Morel 5315 Hydraulic Roller Lifters
Holley Mid-Rise LS3 Intake
Nick Williams 102mm TB
Yellaterra 1.7 Mongoose Rocker Arms
AFR Mongoose LS3 Heads
Hinson Motor Mounts, Short

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Power Adder:
D1X Procharger With Helical Gears
Big Red Race Valve Upgrade
ProCharger Race Intercooler Upgrade
3.70" Pulley

Fuel System:
Holley Eliminator Fuel Pump
Wet Sumped the Tank
InjectorDynamics ID1700x Fuel Injectors
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Drivetrain:
Jake's Performance 4L80E Stage 3 Super Drum Upgrade
Jake's Performance Single Disc Billet Torque Converter
G-Force 9" Complete IRS with Strange Pro HD Aluminum Case
G-Force 4" Aluminum Driveshaft
Upgraded Outlaw Axle Shafts
Solid Aluminum Bushings
Hutter Performance 4L80E Crossmember
JW Performance "The Wheel" Flexplate

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Brakes:
Power Stop Z26 Street Warrior Brake Kit, Front and Back + Calipers
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Wheels and Tires:
Rear Wheels: RaceStar 15x10 7x120mm 7.5" BS for the rear
Front Wheels: RaceStar 17x7 7x120mm 5.3" BS (I think.. I forgot) for the front
Front Tires: Nitto NT 555 G2 225 50r17
Rear Tires: Mickey Thompson ET Street S/S 275 60r15
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Exhaust System:
Kooks 1 7/8" Long Tube Headers
Kooks Full Cat-Back Exhaust System
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Misc:
AFR Head Studs / Bolts
Melling High Pressure Oil Pump
Oil Filter Relocate
Callico Coated Rod Bearings
Dart Cam Coated Bearings
LS Next Main Bearings
Hayden Automotive Transmission Oil Cooler
Lokar Transmission Dipstick NEW


Where Are You Currently In Your Build?
We're currently finishing up some minor wiring and then she's off to the tuners! Car will be on a break-in tune with pump gas (projecting 700whp ish) and then she will be on E-85 after. I'll post some videos when she first starts and her dyno numbers etc. Stay tuned - should be done by end of next week!
 

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Looks like its gonna be a runner man. Keep us updated.
 

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BUMP. Some updates! Finished the driveshaft and finished wiring the fuel system and finished mounting the headers. Next step is just installing the exhaust, drilling the hood and then starting the car up and getting her off to the tuners.
 

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Hi guys.. car is finally done but I’m waiting for a tune and probably will continue to wait until I’m 90 years old at this point
 

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Nice setup! How are you planning on controlling the trans?
 

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IF anyone was wondering the cam specs it's a 55 mm bullet racing cam with a 236/248 114 lsa 601/601
 

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Also interested in the 4L80 setup. Did you have the cut the underside where the connector goes for it to fit?
 

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Thats slick, especially if thats all you need. Just a harness/conversion.
 

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you have a cool build, but if it where me, i would have gone the dangernoodle route and cut a hole in an 04 hood instead, lol. just sayin.
 

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ive seen PCM of NC called out before. but its 3x the price also. no knowledge outside of that
Yeah PCM of NC is the other choice. THe original choice as a matter of fact before this particular harness came around. We didn't purchase this from PCM of NC because they had a massive backorder at the time and it would've taken months to ship. I'd recommend everyone to purchase that in the future though.


you have a cool build, but if it where me, i would have gone the dangernoodle route and cut a hole in an 04 hood instead, lol. just sayin.
Yeah this was kind of a last minute type deal with the hood. We certainly couldn't fit it under the hood so we had to do something. This is going to be temporary until I can get a small Cowl Hood. Though this hole in hood thing has sort of grown on me
 

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Yeah PCM of NC is the other choice. THe original choice as a matter of fact before this particular harness came around. We didn't purchase this from PCM of NC because they had a massive backorder at the time and it would've taken months to ship. I'd recommend everyone to purchase that in the future though.




Yeah this was kind of a last minute type deal with the hood. We certainly couldn't fit it under the hood so we had to do something. This is going to be temporary until I can get a small Cowl Hood. Though this hole in hood thing has sort of grown on me
have to ask...why cut the hood at all vs taking it off till the cowl? assuming its not being driven in rain anyways (or am i wrong?)
 
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