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post #1 of 13 Old September 24th, 2016, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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my year long build is almost done

Hey all just logged in to share what my car has been up to. Last summer i cooked the motor in "mexico" so i decided to rebuild the car. Looking for 550 or so HP with my vortech si and 15 psi on my built motor with blower cams I got from a forum member Calboy (sadly he passed).

Looking to run high 10s and get booted from the track(no cage) with my promotion 5 speed trans, full upr front suspention, and Team Z for the rear suspension.

i plan to have it running tomorrow

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post #2 of 13 Old September 24th, 2016, 03:32 PM
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Hey man I hope you hit your goal and looks like a clean engine bay too. Do you like your team z control arms? I'm think about saying screw it and getting there street beasts kit for control arms?
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Looks good! Great job. Keeps us updated


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post #4 of 13 Old September 25th, 2016, 11:48 AM
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Alright man its tomorrow where that Video of it running?


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Congrats on the progress! Keep us updated.

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Very nice, clean car. I hope you hit your goal of 10's. congrats !
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Clean. Looks great man.

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Nice! Remote tune or local tuner?
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Alright guys I did get the car started, but my oil feed line to the supercharger was pissing oil hard so i had to shut it off before i could get a video. My friend took a "snapchat" video but he didn't save the darn thing. I will be ordering a stainless steel feed hose, hopefully it get to my house soon, and i will have to learn to be more careful. since i have owned the supercharger i have ruined 3 feed hoses due to being careless.


I did have a hell of a time getting her to start. With my wire tuck i managed to mess up the ground for the starter. Then as i was going through my wiring one thing led to another and i ended up un doing parts of the wire tuck to make the car easier to work on, and reduce the chance of electrical issues.

Also i have yet to try out the team z control arms, i have the street beast kit. Blownstang Im still unsure If i want to have trick tuners do it or if i want a local guy to do the tune. I would hate to tow my car to get tuned, then have something break due to me overlooking something, then wasting money on dyno time.
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Looks good. I like those fender panels. Are those the scottrod panels?

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post #11 of 13 Old September 27th, 2016, 01:01 AM Thread Starter
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Looks good. I like those fender panels. Are those the scottrod panels?
yes!!! they do require a bit of trimming to get perfect fitment,I did kinda half ass them in and paint them, but 100% worth it
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Looks good and clean!!

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post #13 of 13 Old September 30th, 2016, 01:25 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys!!! so i still need to change the oil line for the blower. My new one came in today so I will finish that. I also accidentally put a HUGE scratch in the paint on the scott rod panels so that was pretty upsetting. Ill have to sand it down and repaint it over the winter.
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