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Old 05-25-2023, 06:18 PM
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Looks great. Does it fit if you spin the TB 180 degrees?

The throttle body fits inside the air cleaner and Iím adding a velocity stack




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For this car Iím starting with a 2015 Z 2/8 spec LS7. The Z2/8 program manager fixed a few critical issues with the LS7. The engine is a rock solid 525 HP in a hot rod. It should be brick reliable and very civilized. If I donít like the 525 HP, I can yank it out and drive over to Brian Thompsonís and ďfixĒ it.

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I went to Brian years ago because I knew you trusted him. He built me a very solid LS7. It was nothing crazy like the 900 plus builds you've done, but naturally aspirated at 665 HP, it was pretty wild. I can completely understand why you're going the route you're going and I think it's a great idea. My car was definitely loud, to the point of being a lot of fun, but annoying. One of the best memories I had was sitting waiting in the autocross line, the starter guy says, " How big of an engine is that?" So I told him 427, and he says with a smirk, "You can tell". I definitely laughed at that. It shook the ground even at that power level. My grandpa actually raced a real ZL1 engine bought from a dealership new back in the day in a couple of dirt oval cars and he always talked about how it shook the ground wherever they went. 427 is cool no matter how you slice it.
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My dad always said that all it took to go fast was "Cubic Inches or Cubic Money!"
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