Type: Posts; User: Mark Morris
You will hate life if you try driving a fwd car on the street with a spool. It's a big enough p.i.a. in a race car-- in a street car you will immediately want to go home, pull the trans and install...
Yup-- factory 10.1" stuff will fit in the common 13" drag wheels.
Just admit you love having a Corrado Paul. :P
You have to be careful about the retainers hitting the seals with the 288 cams-- some aftermarket valve-guides have a lip that sticks-up a bit more than the factory.
The bigger issue with higher...
Definitely! I would have your machine shop measure everything so you can shim as much as possible-- tolerances are gonna vary and it's the best way to do it.
You get anywhere with this Gabe?
Yea, Timmy has all Ferrea. He has a few Autotech shims under his springs-- def needs them to combat float. Have your machinist measure coil bind with your springs and shim them as much as he can...
What valvesprings are you running Marat?
It's making over 900 hp to the wheels.
There are still some grey hairs around. :cool:
Ohh yeah. :thumbup:
Yeah, it is gonna be a tiny turbine housing and wheel. I would go with the Autotech 270 before a G60-style split grind though. I think even with your tiny turbo the lsa is wide enough and the cam...
What turbo are you running Paul?
You have to unbolt your turbine housing and measure the major and minor diameters of the turbine wheel with a pair of vernier calipers.