Welcome to the site! :wavey
OK. So there have been some changes since this post. The motor is complete and Dynod 550hp on a dyno known to be quite conservative. I was happy with the result no doubt. The motor is now in the car, along with the trans, fuel cells, and maybe half the dash lol. My friend could not stand the idea of painting it flat back (I was trying to save money) So he offered to paint it any color of my choice for the same price! I chose House of Kolor-Cynder Red. The hood, fenders, bumper covers, and some small pieces are painted and they look fantastic. Words cannot describe the beauty in this color. I am now working on the rear end. I will be putting together a 9in spool with a 4:10 ratio. Just workin on the financial end of it now. I gotta decide on rear rims first to determine axle length tho. I was considering the Jeggs ones as they are much less expensive. Unless someone tells me a horror story soon and changes my mind. Feel free!Hey everyone.
Thought I would finally join a forum. I am currently building an 1989 GT that I rounded up for dirt cheap, needing primarily the shell. This is my third GT I have beefed up but this one should take the cake. As of now, my motor (331 DART, solid roller) is on a DYNO ready for tuning. My buddy who has the welding and paint talent has just finished my 12pt cage and is ready to throw some quick and easy fresh paint on it. hopefully I will have everything home in a week or so where I will start assembly. I have a garage full of parts from full exhaust, aeromotive gas tank/fuel cell, ignition components, body parts, interior, TKO Trans, etc ready to roll. I still look forward to re-wiring the entire car as I completely gutted it (which was a lot of fun by the way). Plumbing fuel delivery should be fun also. I havent dipped into much suspension, rear wheels, NO2 components, and much more yet.
Either way, I will keep updates and post more pics soon.
I will most likely be posting comments looking 4 suggestions in some areas new to me. This isn't my first rodeo, but everyone needs a little help and encouragement sometime!