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Old 05-13-2006, 11:55 PM   #1
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Well, finally got the H/C done on my Formy

Stage 2 LS1 heads prepared by "nixcylinderheads" w/ 2.02/1.57 Ferrea valves. Patriot gold spring kit, TSP Torquer V.2 cam, TSP hardened pushrods, Rollmaster dual heat treated chain, Katech ported & blueprinted oil pump, SLP underdrive pulley, FAST 78mm intake/TB, LS1 to LS6 PCV conversion, Accel 36lb injectors, and all the old mods in sig. Can't wait to get some more break in miles on it so I can crank it up to see how much power she's got

Only issues are the loud *** vavletrain noise and P0134 code

Here are some pics of the finished project. I also did the wire mod, clear coated the shock towers and installed Auto Meter gauges.





The dogs helping me install the oil pump pickup tube




Finally......the finished project:
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nice!!!!!!!
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Thanks! Hopefully it'll make some power now
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Clean looking installs, nice motor. And I love the shift light behind the a/c vent.
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Good job. I like it.

It would look awsome if you painted the intake red! Just a thought.
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what is the wire mod? looks good.
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This is the write up I followed for the wire mod. Some people like the wires....I like a cleaner look
http://www.lswon.com/2005/01/25/wire-mod/
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Good job. I like it.
It would look awsome if you painted the intake red! Just a thought.
Even better I'd paint the valve covers blue to to match the car.
Looks great. I'm a little biased towards the NBM
Wanna come over and put H/C in my car for me ? -lol
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