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  • Join Date: 03-11-2003

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  1. 06-14-2016 12:36 PM
    Was just reading your post on the 1st gen camaro with the LS3. I am currently working on a 72 camaro with the same engine and tranny. Was hoping you might be able to answer a few questions I am stuck on.

    First is what master clutch cylinder you used? I have been looking and ordered one but having clearance issues with the booster. The one you have looks like what I need and you said its out of a 2010 but the dealer printed off a parts exploded view and it looks like the master is mounted inside the car. Can't seem to get a straight answer from anyone.

    Second question was mounting the gas pedal. I hate to have to weld anything to the firewall since it is finished and engine is in so not sure if you used existing holes for you bracket or not.

    Last questions will be about driveshafts. Is that a slip yoke one you put in? And did it mount up to the 3 bolt triangle pattern thats on the back of the tr6060?

    Hopefully all this gets to you. Thanks!! -Ryan
  2. 03-03-2011 07:09 PM
    how much power can the cobra rearend handle after your swap into the
    rx7 ?
  3. Tweek
    10-07-2010 07:44 PM
    hey i was wonderin how much u would charge me to build a cradle for the fc 8.8 swap
  4. Project GatTagO
    06-16-2010 09:56 PM
    You can use either the 929 or the TII axles. They are virtually identical.

    Andrew
  5. 05-25-2010 08:37 AM
    Hey I was reading through info on the miata ls1 swaps and i'm going to start picking up parts to do the 929 rear diff setup. What axles should be used? the turbo 2 or 929?

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