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    1. #21
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      TURBO's I love this year camaro looks good! Should love the roads in france

      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


    2. #22
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      Good work! You've done a nice job making it what you want! Let me know if you need anything else.


      Ridetech Suspsension
      Tech Specialist
      Phone: 812.481.4734

      Project Fox
      1979 Trans Am

    3. #23
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      "TURBO's I love this year camaro looks good! Should love the roads in france "

      it would be better if we had not "retarders" ( don't know how you call that in the USA and if it exists ) on the raod, that's why I can't lowered my car more, sometime they are enought flat sometime they are really big ! more than 4" height...my oil pan is about 2.5-3" from the road.


      https://www.google.fr/search?q=ralen...GXA2sQ_AUIBigB

      "Good work! You've done a nice job making it what you want! Let me know if you need anything else. "

      Thanks Josh ! love your banner ! it's winter and cold in France so no local meeting for the moment

    4. #24
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      Quote Originally Posted by berdunord View Post
      "TURBO's I love this year camaro looks good! Should love the roads in france "

      it would be better if we had not "retarders" ( don't know how you call that in the USA and if it exists ) on the raod, that's why I can't lowered my car more, sometime they are enought flat sometime they are really big ! more than 4" height...my oil pan is about 2.5-3" from the road.




      https://www.google.fr/search?q=ralen...GXA2sQ_AUIBigB

      "Good work! You've done a nice job making it what you want! Let me know if you need anything else. "

      Thanks Josh ! love your banner ! it's winter and cold in France so no local meeting for the moment
      They are basically speed bumps made out of asphalt and huge. I lived in Nancy for 3 years and Cholet for 4 years, so I understand! They suck for anything lowered but you can go over them at an angle and make it... (Maybe lol)
      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

    5. #25
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      Banks kit finally arrived, now I have to choose which EFI system to buy, the Fitech Meanstreet is not compatible with boost so I will wait for the beginnig of february to see what the Go-Port will offer, else the new Ms3-pro ultimate looks very good and cheaper than Holley, Fueltech, ...Etc


    6. #26
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      it looks good !








    7. #27
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      Looks Amazing!
      1973 Firebird 466 Pontiac, T56, C5 Brakes, PTFB and Hotchkis suspension
      2011 Camaro SS Supercharged, ZL1 body and brakes, Z28 suspension.

    8. #28
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      THX ! yes it's really cool, hope this will work as well as it looks good !

      I had to modifie a bit the collector cause it was touching the G-brace










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    10. #30
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      What an awesome car! Great work!

    11. #31
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      THX !

      here the clutch linkage modified, it works and doesn't touch the oil cooler fitting anymore






    12. #32
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      to be sure that everything is cleaned inside the oil pan, I will remove it, replace the oil pan gasket and maybe replace the stock rubber motor mount bushings.

      for the moment I've just unbolted it and look for any P/N, I've found on the crankshaft GM and (KC)01C01560 stamped on the face of the front counterweight, does anyone know which brand is building that crankshaft ? Kellogg Crankshaft ? can't find anything about it on the internet

    13. #33
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      Nice looking car. Love the color. This car DESERVES much, much better rims though. How does the hood stay closed? I didn't see any hood pins. Glad to see some American muscle appricated outside the USA

    14. #34
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      Is the color factory vette Jetstream blue???

    15. #35
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      Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo1367 View Post
      Nice looking car. Love the color. This car DESERVES much, much better rims though. How does the hood stay closed? I didn't see any hood pins. Glad to see some American muscle appricated outside the USA
      thx ! aggree with you but it will take a long time, my budget is limited and to import auto parts from US, we need to add about 30% taxes and duties....except by boat but this is 2 months waiting. There are 2 hood pins next to the radiator cover plate. for the future I'm planning to replace the stock front subframe by the Speedtech Xtrem, new wider rims...Etc

      the color is from Toyota this is the 8M2 Galaxy blue, the dark blue I don't know the exact P/N but the precedent onwer told me it is from Kawasaki

    16. #36
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      Car parts finally received, I will be able to finish the mechanical installation

      Now I know my engine is a 350 cid with a truck forged crankshaft, installation of the motor mounts was a nightmare !! oil pan cleaned

      the ignition system will be the Holley crank trigger, a cam sensor/ oil pump drive avaible from EFI connection, 8 LS coils and the EFI system probably the new MS3-Pro ultimate.






















    17. #37
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    18. #38
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      test fit of the oil feed and vaccum line, heat shield and installation of the oil thermostat and oil cooler both from Mishimoto. Misses 2 radiator fittings lost during shipping.










    19. #39
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      crank trigger installation finished, somme modifications needed to be done to one spacer of the Holley kit and the March power steering pump bracket








    20. #40
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      GPA-8 E85 fuel pump, 450lph



      crank trigger set at the 11th tooth after the 2 missing teeth



      8AN fittings too big





      holley fuel pressure regulator





      cherry bomb vortex mufflers



      drill and thread holes from 3:8 to 1/2 and an other 3/8 hole for the IAT sensor


















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