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  1. #41
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    Thanks everyone for the compliments!

    -Ben, Creative Director at Speedtech Performance
    We sell some really cool parts, build cool cars, and do cool concept renderings too!
    435-628-4300 www.speedtechperformance.com
    My Pumkinator build thread- https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ght=pumkinator


  2. #42
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    What brand wheels?

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    Can I get pics of the tranny mounting and the motor to firewall distance?? I have your front and rear suspension and want to make sure mine looks right




  4. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by qnitro View Post
    Can I get pics of the tranny mounting and the motor to firewall distance?? I have your front and rear suspension and want to make sure mine looks right



    Do you have any side shots of your car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    ... and this is why we do this!

    That is awesome!
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    https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...ect-53-Bel-Air

  6. #46
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    Mine sits farther back then what I've seen in another 2nd gen with this subframe. I had the room and didn't see why it needed to be so far forward. My car isn't finished, but so far I don't foresee any clearance issues.
    1971 Firebird
    2017 Slipstream SS

  7. #47
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    Kevin- Nice Camaro build!

    Here are a few, sorry the lighting wasn't the best. With the adjustability in the mounts everything could slide back maybe another 1/2-3/4". If you need anything specific that you don't see here I can get it. If you have any questions on the install and set up feel free to give us a call.













    -Ben, Creative Director at Speedtech Performance
    We sell some really cool parts, build cool cars, and do cool concept renderings too!
    435-628-4300 www.speedtechperformance.com
    My Pumkinator build thread- https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ght=pumkinator

  8. #48
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    Looking cool there, but only a 315w front tire.

    Seriously though , I get tired of so many people wanting fat tires, but trying to do them without understanding the concept of you have to pay to play. Something so much cooler than stock takes work.

  9. #49
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    True story. I recently put 315s all around on my G body with a GM frame and all Speedtech suspension. It definitely wasn't a simple bolt on.

    Aside from the incredible geometry and handling capability, one main design of the ExtReme chassis and subframes was to fit 315s up front on all models. To do this took some engineering and mods to the inner fenderwells. The bonus is on 2nd gen F bodies with the right wheel offset you can even tuck 335s under the front outer fenders!
    -Ben, Creative Director at Speedtech Performance
    We sell some really cool parts, build cool cars, and do cool concept renderings too!
    435-628-4300 www.speedtechperformance.com
    My Pumkinator build thread- https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ght=pumkinator

  10. #50
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    Perfect... Im swapping out the oil pan tomorrow.. that is exactly what I needed.. You guys have been awesome t work with!

  11. #51
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    Awesome.. this is exactly what I needed.. so the Holley pans 302-1,2and 3 don't fit..
    Ordered the mast pan, luckily I have time till March goodguys


    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Kevin- Nice Camaro build!

    Here are a few, sorry the lighting wasn't the best. With the adjustability in the mounts everything could slide back maybe another 1/2-3/4". If you need anything specific that you don't see here I can get it. If you have any questions on the install and set up feel free to give us a call.














  12. #52
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    None of the Holley pans will work???
    HELP!!!
    1973 TA 4 spd #'s match red/white = STOLEN
    https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...55#post1106255

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    Nope.. none of them, I went with the Mast pan.. I love the Speedtech pan, but I wanted the Cast look to match the rest of my crap on the motor..The Mast pan fit perfect.. My windage tray was tiny after all the cutting and clearing because of the Stroker crank.

    Quote Originally Posted by cdoggy81 View Post
    None of the Holley pans will work???

  14. #54
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    Hey guys, the owner here . Car made it back from Speedtech safely and into my garage. They did a killer job on it! Really impressed by their work. Still alot left to do, but its getting there. Will try to take some pictures around it this weekend, but for now here's a shot after it got unloaded.

    Cheers
    Dustin

  15. #55
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    That's a wicked shot! Love the lighting, and that car is pretty sexy too. ;)

    We will all be waiting anxiously for updates, and hope to see it hitting the streets and track in 2018!
    -Ben, Creative Director at Speedtech Performance
    We sell some really cool parts, build cool cars, and do cool concept renderings too!
    435-628-4300 www.speedtechperformance.com
    My Pumkinator build thread- https://www.pro-touring.com/showthre...ght=pumkinator

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    That is a totally wicked stance. I am eager to see how your Firebird turns out in the end.

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    Awesome, glad you're on here! Looking forward to seeing it done. Drooled over the pic that Speedtech posted on Facebook last week.
    Josh Campbell- Pushing the limits of my HOA since 2011
    71 Firebird- 455, Ridetech front suspension. https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...04#post1124504
    67 Camaro RS/SS clone, Speedtech front suspension, coilovers, soon to get LT1/T56.
    82 Z28- cheapie beater, soon to get a 406.
    66 Mustang coupe- 393, T-5, sold. https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...-Coupe-GT393-C

  18. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddavisart View Post
    Hey guys, the owner here . Car made it back from Speedtech safely and into my garage. They did a killer job on it! Really impressed by their work. Still alot left to do, but its getting there. Will try to take some pictures around it this weekend, but for now here's a shot after it got unloaded.

    That is bad ass...

  19. #59
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    Thanks guys! Finally got a chance to take some pictures around the car yesterday. Those guys at Speedtech know a thing or two ;)









    Cheers
    Dustin

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    Nice!!!!
    HELP!!!
    1973 TA 4 spd #'s match red/white = STOLEN
    https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...55#post1106255

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