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    1. #21
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      The Brembo brakes for the Fox showed up today and good golly miss Molly! These are their latest GT-S Calipers which are an upgrade from their GT system. As next year rolls around I should be able to give a more in-depth review of the difference in feel between the previous brakes I've used on the race truck vs. these.

      GT VS GT-S basic differences explained: The GT Systems are entry systems to their High Performance program, they come in a wide range of caliper and color options, these systems provide a significant upgrade over OE Brembo Brake Systems, and are suitable for daily driving as well as amateur HPDE events. The GT-S is a step up from the GT, with some added performance benefits. The main differences are the hard-black anodized caliper body, recessed dust boots, and stainless-steel piston inserts. While these differences may not directly increase braking power, the anodized finish provides improved heat rejection and reduced caliper flex by strengthening the base aluminum, while the recessed dust boots and stainless-steel inserts ensure that the internal hydraulics remain free of dust and debris. Spending more time on the track you will naturally encounter higher levels of dust and debris, as well as increased temperature demands. Even though the GT-S is geared for more performance-oriented vehicles, it still retains the same qualities as the GT system that prevents excessive noise and dust, which means Its suited for everyday road use as well as high performance.

      Time to take the idea of the "Ultimate" street car to the next level!

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    2. #22
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      Looking great. I canít wait for the next video update. Awesome build and thank you for sharing.

    3. #23
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      Quote Originally Posted by WideOpenThrottle View Post
      Looking great. I canít wait for the next video update. Awesome build and thank you for sharing.
      Funny you say that! Here is our latest video update.


    4. #24
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      Quote Originally Posted by ca_preston View Post
      Funny you say that! Here is our latest video update.

      Thanks! That made my day.

    5. #25
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      I saw some new pics of this build on one of my feeds (looks like she is rolling around now)... Looking great. Any chance another video or some more pics coming anytime soon?

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    7. #27
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      Quote Originally Posted by qnitro View Post
      Hey, whos oil pan you using? Indy?
      For this application we're making a custom pan to keep a minimum of 8 qts of oil. We're working on making it so we can get a bit more oil in... Will be an Indy Power Product most likely post SEMA.
      Last Friday we took a trip to Ohio and visited Forgeline to pick up our FF1 Wheels! Another crazy part that we are working on for the car is a billet intake with built-in intercooler. This intake will drop the overall height about 2-2.5 in of the motor. Should have it off the mill tomorrow, this will also be a new product for Indy Power. Bob's currently working on customer headers an exhaust to fit through the trans tunnel, to then exit out each side of the car... Should be pretty rad. Will keep you guys updated with our next video most likely next week!

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    8. #28
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      This is an INSANELY bad ass build... love the updates


      Quote Originally Posted by ca_preston View Post
      For this application we're making a custom pan to keep a minimum of 8 qts of oil. We're working on making it so we can get a bit more oil in... Will be an Indy Power Product most likely post SEMA.
      Last Friday we took a trip to Ohio and visited Forgeline to pick up our FF1 Wheels! Another crazy part that we are working on for the car is a billet intake with built-in intercooler. This intake will drop the overall height about 2-2.5 in of the motor. Should have it off the mill tomorrow, this will also be a new product for Indy Power. Bob's currently working on customer headers an exhaust to fit through the trans tunnel, to then exit out each side of the car... Should be pretty rad. Will keep you guys updated with our next video most likely next week!

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    9. #29
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      Sorry to bug you in the crunch to Sema, but I assume its got a pilot bearing located in the crank? Or a space to press one in?

    10. #30
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      Probably the last video before SEMA! A big thanks to Jim Ryder from Indy Power Products for coming out to help on the engine build! We're thrashing away on the build and it looks like we will be burning the midnight oil the next few days to get the car finalized and packed to head to the south west.



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