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Old 01-29-2009, 01:37 AM
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Default 1SC stripper build

Finally starting to come together. Approximatly 6 months ago I purchased a low mile 2002 1sc Camaro w/auto. Hopefully we can go out and have some fun racing locally this next summer.

Did alot of reading on the site and so far this is what I bought:

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...=NEPSShtCamF|0
Cam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7nYRekEoiA

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...A=E&PKV=2013|0
Heads

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...&PKV=ytls1rr|0
Rocker arms

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...E&PKV=100221|0
Balancer

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...lanteTripleF|0
4000 converter

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...KV=LS19899-1|0
Headers

http://fuelinjectorconnection.com/sh...&productId=179
Injectors


Exhaust CME (Example shown)


UMI Kmember
AFCO double adjustable on all 4 corners

http://www.mandhtires.com/store.php?...on=show_detail
http://www.mandhtires.com/store.php?...on=show_detail
M/H tires


Wheels 2002 SS rims, fronts narrowed to 6" (weldcraft)

http://www.neweraperformanceparts.co...=E&PKV=70802|0
Subframe Connectors

Kenne Bell Boost-a-Pump

Prothane motor and trans mount






Tranny is in the shop gettiing upgraded.

https://ls1tech.com/forums/drag-raci...-c-delete.html
A/C delete

Vendors I delt with and have had excellent service with
New Era Performance
Midwest Chassis
Patriot Performance
Fuel Injector Connection

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Looks good, we have a lot of the same mods
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It's going back together. Sent the tranny out, had it upgraded and installed a Vigilante 4000 stall triple disc converter.





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I think narrowed Stock rims are the ****!
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Motor is in. The only issue is the Prothane trans mount.













I will have to modify the stock cross member or fab up a new one.


I have decided to do the ABS delete.
Also, this weekend, I picked up a N case 9" center section set with 4.56 gears.
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I like where this thread is going!
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Looks really nice, I want thouse shocks


check the motor mounts if you have the offset on the wrong side? The trans mount dossn't have any offset so I dout that can be the problem you have.
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check the motor mounts if you have the offset on the wrong side?
I went out to verify I installed correctly, Prothane inserts in stock casings,
assembled as per instuctions.

Looked at the stock tranny mount. The stud is offset toward the rear of the car that goes into the crossmember.
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Stock tranny mount vs Prothane.



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Made sure I had the correct mounts, engine, tranny and verified I put the motor mounts together correctly. Checks out.

So, I decided to modify my stock tranny crossmember to accept the Prothane tranny mount which does not fit well.

Here it is tacked and test fit. Goes on and off with ease.





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looks good man ....good luck on the build
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Installed a SLP balancer which required a shorter belt to be used.


Installed the Afco rear coilover shocks, Midwest LCA and panhard bar. Next, saving for 9" from Midwest.


panhard bar


Preparing for ABS delete. Kit should arrive first part of next week.


Things left:
* Install KB boost-a-Pump
* Get PC680 battery
* Get 9"
* Install ABS delete
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nice real nice build
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Thank you
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Can you get some more info on who redid the factory rims?
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Everything looks great but is is safe to go fast on welded wheels like that?
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Originally Posted by 383lt1impala View Post
Everything looks great but is is safe to go fast on welded wheels like that?
for sure they look like they done by profeshinal,they will be fine
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SJM ABS delete kit installed using the stock braided lines.



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Default Line lock wired in

Line lock is wired and comfortable to reach.
Used the switch and button included in the SJM ABS delete kit.



Saving for:
*Midwest 9" housing
* LNC-003
* Tune
* Custom exhaust to CME
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