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Thread: 1986 Z28 Camaro Build (Dont make fun of me!)

  1. #19
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    Nice progress, I actually like these cars. Looking forward to seeing the end product.
    Built > Bought

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    Lots of other parts waiting there turn for installation!

    Kirkey pro street's w/ black covers.



    Aeromotive fuel filters and regulator, I am also running a A1000 fuel pump.



    Strange nodular center section w/ billet daytona pinion support



    Strange billet slip yoke for the TKO 600 (uses 1350 u joints)



    Custom built saldana aluminum radiator



    Motive 4.11 gears



    Billet Specialties street lite wheels



    Moser M9, 5/8" studs, 35 splines, backbrace etc...



    Lakewood scatter shield for the TKO600



    Tremec TKO600



    Ram billet steel liteweight flywheel



    Full assortment of autometer gauges

    Last edited by 1991G92Z28; January 21st, 2013 at 09:42 PM.
    1986 Camaro Z-28 Outlaw 8.5, Twin turbo SBC, 930RWHP on pump gas, 12-1300rwhp on race gas.

    Best 1/4 mile - 8.35 @ 170 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.40 @ 132 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.70 @ 132 MPH (26 x 8.5 slick)

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    The last car I built was my 91 Z28, which I built into a bit of a Auto-x car, This time around I wanted to see what I could do 1/4mile wise(ive been a drag racer all my life) The suspension is goign to be very drag oriented.

    - Moroso trick springs(the heavier ones)
    - CE 90/10 front struts
    - PA racing tubular a arms
    - PA racing caster camber plates
    - Spohn SFC's
    - 6 pt. roll bar
    - Moser 9" 4.11 gear, 35 spline, spool, 5/8" stud
    - Billet Specialties streetlites, 15x8" rears, 15 x 3.5 fronts
    - Mickey Thompston Et Streets 28.00x11.00-15"
    - Spohn double adj LCA's
    - Spohn double adj PHB
    - Stock rear springs
    - CE 3 way adj rear shocks
    - Spohn anti roll bar
    - Spohn pro series adj torque arm















    1LE front brakes









    1986 Camaro Z-28 Outlaw 8.5, Twin turbo SBC, 930RWHP on pump gas, 12-1300rwhp on race gas.

    Best 1/4 mile - 8.35 @ 170 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.40 @ 132 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.70 @ 132 MPH (26 x 8.5 slick)

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    Holy shit! Props to you looks like a badass build! Subbed for updates.

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    Our tolerance is usually +/-0.0001. That's my own mitotoyu dial bore gauge. Cost me almost 600$ when I bought it. We run a coolant rather then a oil because we run a rottler HP6A diamond hone rather then your standard CK10 stone hone.
    1986 Camaro Z-28 Outlaw 8.5, Twin turbo SBC, 930RWHP on pump gas, 12-1300rwhp on race gas.

    Best 1/4 mile - 8.35 @ 170 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.40 @ 132 MPH (275 drag radial)
    Best 1/8 mile - 5.70 @ 132 MPH (26 x 8.5 slick)

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    Fuck, impressive build! Keep it up!
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    Lol. Love the title. And your build is more orientated towards this site than the majority of new dildo shift knobs and tow hook installs. Props to you, looking forward to hearing this thing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1991G92Z28 View Post
    Our tolerance is usually +/-0.0001. That's my own mitotoyu dial bore gauge. Cost me almost 600$ when I bought it. We run a coolant rather then a oil because we run a rottler HP6A diamond hone rather then your standard CK10 stone hone.
    Holy fuck.....i have worked with +/- 0.001 and that was hell but not 1/10 of 0.001 thats pretty crazy..............

    yah that bore gauge wasnt cheap got a discount on it through my company...man machining is an expensive career seriously...but i just finished my 3 months at my new job and they bought me a mitotyou digital caliper pretty badass coolant proof and all....felt like a boss lol
    Last edited by Sideways; January 21st, 2013 at 10:48 PM.
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    Jesus Christ your just going ALLLLLL out eh?

    Fucking awesome.

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