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    1. #21
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      Michelin PS4's 305/30/19 and 325/30/29. Tire options are really limited when moving up from 18's to 19's

    2. #22
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      Looks great, the speedtech stuff is nice. Keep us updated on your progress.

    3. #23
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      @r67nova I just watched a couple of your YouTube videos, what mufflers are you running on your Nova?

      Quote Originally Posted by r67nova View Post
      Looks great, the speedtech stuff is nice. Keep us updated on your progress.

    4. #24
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      Are you doing the widened front wheel tubs?

    5. #25
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      Yeah the Speedtech kit comes with wider tubs but no fender modification is required!

      Quote Originally Posted by wastntim View Post
      Are you doing the widened front wheel tubs?

    6. #26
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      Moving the stock console back 1 1/2" for better appearance. Car also came with the Gauge pack option, I am keeping the original console but upgrading the gauges with Dakota Digital.

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    7. #27
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Size:  108.7 KBT56 showed up from Bowler, not their reworked stage 2 trans but I wanted to give my money to the smaller guys. T56, Quiktime bell housing, relocation kit for standard console, shifter, and their all-in-1 reverse lockout wiring harness is on the way.

    8. #28
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      Dakota Digital HDX gauges showed up today. Thanks to Kim @ MCB for the great price and quick delivery.

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    9. #29
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      Engine is taking fu*king forever to complete and ship. Combination of covid supply chain issues and massive demand. We have been waiting on Callies to balance the rotating assembly for 5 weeks! First we couldn't get Mahle pistons, we ended up getting some Ractec pistons for the same price (score) then Callies cited metallurgy issues with their Compstar cranks so they upgraded me to a Dragonslayer crank for free (score again).

      I was happy with the upgrade - Dragonslayer is made in the USA whereas the Compstar is forged in China using Callies dies then shipped to Ohio for finishing. I wasnt too happy with this, glad we got the Dragonslayer but my builder was concerned Callies was having issues in the first place.

      I have to put a call into the builder tomorrow but the rotating assembly should be done and shipped. In the meantime all these beautiful parts are collecting dust. Pictured below: GM Aluminum LS7, Holley Sniper intake, Terminator X Max ECU, NW103 DBW TB, Holley Valve covers in Chevy Orange, Taylor wires, Milodon 7 qt pro touring oil pan, BTR valve train, custom grind Comp cam. I've been waiting 20 weeks for this damn thing, I'm running out of patience lol

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    10. #30
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      The Callies Dragonslayer and the Racetec pistons finally arrived! Time to build
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    11. #31
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Size:  131.4 KBThe Holley valve covers dont match the Hugger orange block. Going to try and paint the valve covers to match or order black ones.


    13. #33
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      Completed engine pics

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    14. #34
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      Looks sweet!

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    15. #35
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      Thanks, Andrew!

      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      Looks sweet!

      Andrew

    16. #36
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      Wow, that really turned out fantastic looking! I'm super jealous.
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      w/Butler 535ci IAII aluminum block & Edelbrock 340cfm heads (on order). Primer black w/black interior.
      1992 Pontiac Trans Am GTA w/SLP Performance Package. Dark Jade Grey Metallic, grey leather, T-Tops.

    17. #37
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      Hopefully it runs as good as it looks! Its on the engine dyno now.

      Quote Originally Posted by anguilla1980 View Post
      Wow, that really turned out fantastic looking! I'm super jealous.

    18. #38
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      Absolutely beautiful.

    19. #39
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      thanks

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      Absolutely beautiful.

    20. #40
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      Video of engine on dyno for your viewing pleasure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCsp...ature=youtu.be

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