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I have a 93 GT that had a Vortech 331 TKO 500 that ran 7.32 at 100mph on 18" street tires not drag radials. But I wanted something N/A and always wanted a LS based engine. A buddy of mine started doing the LS1 swap to his SN95 car but was given a deal on the new BOSS Block 427 from ford. So he sold me his LS1 stuff. Just wanting a fast, reliable street car. Probably put a 125hp shot of nitrous on it later on down the road. Here is a quick list of parts:
2000 camaro LS1 short block 30k miles
Trickflow 215s CNC heads
Yella-Terra rocker arms
Ported FAST 92, NW 92 TB, Custom 4" Aluminum Intake Pipe with AFE filter
FAST fuel rails
Custom Comp Cam spec'd by PAT G
brand new ls7 lifters, ls2 chain, melling oil pump
Full Aeromotive Fuel System A-1000 pump
Ford Racing 42lb injectors
Dynatech Swap Headers- with revised driver side header for Foxbody
AJE kmember and motor mounts and AJE T56 Crossmember
Stand alone harness
LS2 coil packs
Carbon Fiber Valve Covers
Aluminum Double Pass Radiator
Custom Aluminum radiator hoses with silicone elbows and Tbolt clamps
Black Max Xtreme Fan
Tick Performance stage 2 T56
Spec 3+ clutch
McLeod Mustang Hydraulic clutch swap kit with T56 Bearing retainer
Full 3" exhaust- X-pipe, 3" Hooker Maxflows, 3" flowmaster GT tailpipes
3.55 gear, carbon fiber clutch packs, 31 spline axles
Brembo 4piston front brakes
94-95 brake booster and 93 cobra master cylinder
EFI Live Tuned
Here is a few pics so far. Will try to keep it updated. Working on the harness now.
Thanks Eric. Let me know what you think!!!
Well a few updates. I got it fired up. Still have to pull the tranny back out to install the McLeod throwout bearing and bearing retainer. Once that is done the exhaust will be installed and hopefully get the car on the road. Got alot more done then what is in pics. Will try to get some more updated pics soon! Sorry for the crappy Cell pics!