I brought back my original WordPress site from 2009-2012. I lost some of the images, but am tracking down what I can. I want to use this platform again as a way of sharing what I’m working on or thinking. Now if only I can get someone to hold me to it..
I have a brand new Fidanza aluminum flywheel for an LS1 for sale. It should fit any Gen III small block (up to 05.)
I bought a set of LS6 heads locally a while back and the guy threw in this SLP LS6 intake manifold. It’s an LS6 manifold that has been fitted with the EGR fitting that the 98-00 F-Body LS1s needed to pass emissions. I don’t have a use for it since I have an LS1 from a 2002 that does not require EGR. Part# 12573572
Well I finally cropped and uploaded my video from Drive for Babies 2010 at Road America. I didn’t record any more, because I thought the quality was too low with my phone. It actually isn’t too horrible. Anyway I will try to post some more track videos in the coming months. I kind of have no reason since winning a GoPro HD Hero 2 a month ago.
I recently purchased a 1990 Acura Integra LS with 225,000+ miles on it. It is in really rough shape, but I find it a steal for the $200. It needs to make it through the lovely Wisconsin winter then I may try to use it for Chump Car / 24 Hours of Lemons.
I decided to publish my basic Mexican dice application for Android smart phones and tablets. It’s a very simple game and there isn’t much functionality in it yet. It allows you to roll, hide/show, show odds of being beaten/tied and counts the number of rolls. I plan to add some sort of look back function to see if any one was lying, but haven’t decided how I want to do so. I also plan to add a menu option to disable sounds.
Market link: Mexican
Update! I have since lost the key and will have to make a new app to incorporate all of the bug fixes and new enhancements :(.
We started ordering parts and they started coming in. In the meantime, the car went from partial shell to complete shell. Nearly everything was taken off of the car. The engine bay was completely cleared, cleaned and repainted. Inside, the car was stripped of seats, carpet and other trim pieces. Dynamat was stuck to the floor to help keep the passenger compartment quiet and cooler. A new dashpad was added since the old one had cracked (very common on 82-92 Camaros.) Out back, the rear-end was taken out along with the gas tank.
With the transmission (Tremec TKO 600) now purchased and our original engine-transmission swap out the door we began looking for other options for engines. Just about everything was now on the table included carburated engines. The engine that offered the most bang/buck was an LS1. After a few weeks of scouring craigslist(s), eBay and other forums, I came across someone in Chicago looking to sell an LS1 from a 2002 Pontiac Firebird.
I’m finally going to take the time to document the build of my ’91 Camaro. It’s going to take some time and will have multiple parts, so hang in there.
Back in February of 2004 my dad bought the car on eBay for $2,225.00. It was a clean 1991 Chevrolet Camaro from New York. It only had 11,000 miles due to a blown engine. The seller’s official story was that a supercharger had been fit to the original TPI 350 for road racing and it didn’t last too long. It didn’t come with an engine or transmission due to this. We had it shipped for approximately $500 (to Butler, WI.)
I recently took the plunge and bought a new-to-me used limited slip differential off of eBay. It came from an ’89 325is with 117k miles on it. It is nice and clean with little resistance while turning. It has 3.73 gears which are the same as what I was already running. This past week I decided I would put it in with a pair of new drive axles and brake lines. The new lines are also from eBay, I cannot remember the seller or brand but are braided steel wrapped around Teflon and look the part.