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Old 11-27-2010, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default 1969 GTO Judge Clone LQ4 turbo 4L60e

we started this a couple weeks ago so I guess its time to start posting some pics and info about it. This is my dad's car*now mine

its a Judge clone that someone built 10-12 years ago. It had a 400 with a turbo 350 and a 7.5 rear end with 2.73 gears

we are putting a LQ4 motor with a T76 turbo in it (coping my friends wagon, 94LS1Bird, the green 1960 Parkwood wagon)

I'm using the COMP CAMS PART NUMBER #54-480-11
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COMP CAMS 5/16" HI-TECH PUSHRODS 7.400" LENGTH #7955-16
Patriot Gold springs
Yank SS3200 converter
custom built 3" log manifold on the pass side and a stock f-body manifold on the drivers side with a 2.5" pipe connecting the two
for now I'm going to put in a 10 bolt with 3.32 Posi
now has a built 9" with 3.50 and true trac
F-body Oil pan
Walbro 255 fuel pump now has Bosch 044
Aeromotive 100 micron prefilter
stock filter/regulator from an 02 vette
solid motor mounts



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Old 11-27-2010, 09:30 PM   #2
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we used a buddies mock up foam block and tranny (the only want to go)

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had to make sure the AC would work in its stock location

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Old 11-27-2010, 09:32 PM   #3
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getting the intercooler in place

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Old 11-27-2010, 09:33 PM   #4
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welded in a bar to bolt the bottom of the inter cooler to

ignore the core support not being bolted to the frame. its since been fixed
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new dual pass radiator

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in with acc on and log tacked together

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condenser mounted between the inter cooler and radiator

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Windstar van fans

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did a little trimming on the fans
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had to cut the floor a little to get everything lined up the way we wanted
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my 5 day old daughter helping out by holding the 100 micron prefilter
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Stacy's fav too haha
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Nice build.

Is that an afco dual pass radiator? if so whats the part number?

Also, why not use a 4L80e? That 4L60e isn't going to hold up to much power on a turbo 6.0.

Car looks badass. what kind of rims? torque thrust II?
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I'll have to get te radiator info tomorrow
There are several of us that have turbo 6 liters running 4l60e and all are holding up well so far. My car isn't even the heaviest so I'm hoping it will be fine
The wheels are Boss wheels. I think they are Boss 332's
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Looks like you're using an aftermarket AC system. Are you using the LQ4 variable displacement compressor with it, or did you find a standard compressor?
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I would like the info on the radiator too. What years is the dual fans from? Any info on how much they are supposed to flow?
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ok guys I'm home so here is the info ya'll have asked about

The fans are from a Ford Windstar van (mine are the 1995-1999 style)
this was posted by ChuckD71 a couple weeks ago.
2000 Ford Windstar Fan Assembly
left fan: 340ml= 13.3inches
right fan: 390ml=15.3inches

left fan: 60.3cmm=2129.193cfm
right fan: 64.4cmm=2273.964cfm
this was rated at 1935 RPMS
4403.157 cfm total......


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The radiator is from ebay $179.99 plus $20 for shipping
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yes I'm using an aftermarket AC system (Classic Air) The AC compressor is a regular AC compressor, but not exactly sure what it came off of, 94LS1Bird (John) had it laying around at his house.

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Thanks for the info on radiator and fans. I might look into using that on my build also.

WHat kind of intake are you going to run?

I am using the edelbrock pro-flo XT with my twin turbos, are you using the truck intake?
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I'm using a stock camaro intake
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