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    1. #1
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      Udoit 67 twin turbo camaro

      First post on here, but been following some of the builds for over a year. Been working on putting plans together a 67 twin turbo Camaro, 4l80E trans, Chassisworks G-street chassis. Goal is to get 30 mph on the street and 220-230 mph on the Texas Mile type events. Been racing top Alcohol Dragsters, Funny cars and A Nostalgia Nitro Funny car for the past 20 years so this street deal is all new to me. Will have to ask a lot of questions but this site seems to have a lot of talented people giving good advice. If I can figure out how to post pictures I will keep the progress updated. Stared with a rust free 67 which should shorten up the build time. Currently mocking everything and hope to have a rolling chassis by the first of the year.

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      Looking forward to seeing the progress, welcome to the site. Working on a 67 myself with some more modest goals and this site has always been good to me.

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    5. #5
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      Anybody have any thoughts on master cylinders? Dual with balancing bar or single with a proportional valve?

    6. #6
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      I'm excited to see this build! Any idea what aero upgrades you have to do to hit 230mph?

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Size:  82.5 KBAttachment 132948Attachment 132949Still working on the design but were tucking the bumpers, removing drip rails. flush mounted windows Due to the speed were trying to run in the mile and still drive it on the street were trying to make it so the front and rear spoilers interchange. (race version wouldn't be friendly on the street) A mild version for the street and race version with front splitter and rear wing The hard part is designing it so we can make the changes within a couple hours. Working with a aero guy on the grill area also. HP helps also. Will post some renderings once we get them done to get some different opinions, ideals and thoughts.


      Mocked up the dry sump pan and pump. Nice piece from Dailey Eng.

    8. #8
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      Running the Brake and Fire suppression lines thru the frame

    9. #9
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      Nice build and very nice shop!

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 2.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
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      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    10. #10
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      Amazing build!
      Wayne
      Car FINALLY home !!!!!! lol
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    11. #11
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      I am going to love watching this cool build. Thanks for sharing it with us.
      Sam
      Northern UT.
      '68 Camaro "Bodacious"
      '56 210 2dr "Buckshot"

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      Finished welding chassis.
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      Wow, I have just basically finished mine... Could not imagine going that fast in it... or getting the MPG ! Question I have heard that its not the best idea to smash the 4L80e into 4th while maxed out on boost.
      68 Camaro RS twin turbo
      https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...d-Intent-V-2-0

      1993 Toyota Supra 6768 Built Single Turbo


      Slow Lifted Jeep No TURBO :(

      Randal F

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      Nice build, This cars going to be awesome!

    15. #15
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      To your question on the trans The 4l80E will not take the HP under full boost but I am told that neither will the Trimac. We are having a custom 4l80E built with a lot of billet internals. With that being said, we are running a gear vendors overdrive behind the 4l80E trans. On the speed events we will run the 4l80E in drive and shift the gear vendor which I am told will take the load. On the street we will just run 4l80E in over drive and depending on what rear gear we decide on, we can use a double overdrive. Basically we will run the motor just above idle to get the MPG. (with manual converter lockup) Motor will have a large stroke to help the low end tug on the street. With that being said we will run 2 sets of injectors and 2 fuel complete fuel systems. The street mode will be running on a small set of injectors for the MPG and when the motor needs it, the larger set and secondary fuel system will kick in. My engine guy says he has a 427 LS motor getting 26 MPH so he don't think it a stretch to get 30 MPG As I stated earlier its a goal A lot depends on weight and aero and these are unknown at this point

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      Quote Originally Posted by UDOIT View Post
      To your question on the trans The 4l80E will not take the HP under full boost but I am told that neither will the Trimac. We are having a custom 4l80E built with a lot of billet internals. With that being said, we are running a gear vendors overdrive behind the 4l80E trans. On the speed events we will run the 4l80E in drive and shift the gear vendor which I am told will take the load. On the street we will just run 4l80E in over drive and depending on what rear gear we decide on, we can use a double overdrive. Basically we will run the motor just above idle to get the MPG. (with manual converter lockup) Motor will have a large stroke to help the low end tug on the street. With that being said we will run 2 sets of injectors and 2 fuel complete fuel systems. The street mode will be running on a small set of injectors for the MPG and when the motor needs it, the larger set and secondary fuel system will kick in. My engine guy says he has a 427 LS motor getting 26 MPH so he don't think it a stretch to get 30 MPG As I stated earlier its a goal A lot depends on weight and aero and these are unknown at this point
      Thanks for the response! Guess the legend is true!!!
      68 Camaro RS twin turbo
      https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...d-Intent-V-2-0

      1993 Toyota Supra 6768 Built Single Turbo


      Slow Lifted Jeep No TURBO :(

      Randal F

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      Dailey Dry Sump Pan And Pump
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      With a lot of power I see no reason to run a 4L80e. I'd run a Powerglide with a GV on it. Gear the rear appropriately for the speed you want to hit. A Powerglide will take a lot less power to drive and save an easy 100 pounds.

      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 2.0
      1967 Cougar build
      GM High-Tech Performance feature
      My YouTube Channel Please Subscribe!
      Instagram @projectgattago
      Dr. EFI
      I deliver what EFI promises.
      Remote Holley EFI tuning.
      Please get in touch if I can be of service.

      "You were the gun, your voice was the trigger, your bravery was the barrel, your eyes were the bullets." ~ Her

    19. #19
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      You may be right but after several conversations with the engine builder and transmission guy we came to the conclusion that for MPG were looking for the 4L80e would suit the application best We discussed everything from a power glide, turbo 350 400 turbo t0 a lenco drive. The transmission guy first choice was a turbo 400 but we would give up MPG Also a buddy of mine runs a power glide in a 69 twin turbo with a 632 big block 3200# car and has went thru 3 power glides in 2 years and is currently switching to a turbo 400,

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      Interesting build, and nice shop!

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