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Cambria

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1978 Chevrolet Corvette

EngineSpecs:

  • 383ci SBC
  • 9:1
  • Forged Scat Crank
  • Forged Scat 6" Rods
  • Forged Aluminum SRP Pistons
  • AFR 195cc Aluminum Angle Plug Heads w/8032 Upgrade
  • Comp Hyd Roller Cam & Lifters .576 in .594 ex Lift 239in 245ex Duration @ .05
  • Comp Chromeoly Pushrods
  • Harland Sharp 1.65 Full Roller Rockers
  • Edelbrock Victor Jr
  • MSD Pro Billet HEI
  • Mighty Demon 750 Annular
  • Procharger D1SC 4" pulley, K&N filter
  • Hamburger 7 qt oil pan baffled
  • ProForm aluminum high flow water pump

Transmission:

  • T56
  • Pro 5.0 Shifter
  • Spec Kevlar Clutch
  • Centerforce Flywheel

Exhaust

  • Long Tube Equal Length Ceramic Headers
  • Dual 3" Mandrel Bent Pipes
  • Magnaflow high flow catalytic converters
  • Dynomax bullet mufflers

Suspension:

  • 3.55 LSD
  • 630lb front coils (550s -3/4 coil)
  • 360lb rear spring (shortened 1/2") w/10" bolts
  • Solid Precision U-Joints
  • Bilsteins
  • 1 1/4 fast Corvette front sway bar
  • 3/4 Addco rear bar
  • 19x9 1/2 Enkei wheels
  • 275 30 Nitto NT555 tires
  • 19x8 up front with 235 35 Nittos
  • Energy Suspension poly bushings
  • Dana Ball Joints

Misc:

  • Northern aluminum radiator with dual 12" electric fans
  • Hawk Brake Pads
  • Goodridge Stainless Steel Brake Lines
  • Painless temp control
  • Mobil 1 in the engine and Redline in the trans and diff
  • The car has been lightened several hundred lbs

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BlowAMouse
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Dude, that is a nice setup. I too am building a pro-charged mouse. I was wondering what type of fuel system you are useing to feed the beast? Pump, Elec, mech, line size etc.. again nice setup!
big_G
big_G
I see your a/f ratio is way lean at the upper end. Not good. Try to get it around 11.5 to 12.5 under full boost. You are leaving some horses on the table.
Vettezuki
Vettezuki
Michelin Pilot Sport Cup. Break out your wallet. These are street legal DOT approved club racers.
enkeivette
enkeivette
Find me some that will mount on a 19 inch wheel.
Vettezuki
Vettezuki
You need to give your right foot an education and step up to some real sticky rubber, like DOT approved track street/track tires.
enkeivette
enkeivette
It is a beast. Well, when it finds traction. I can hardly hook through 3rd gear with 6lbs of boost, not sure that I need an intercooled 15 anymore.
SeanPlunk
SeanPlunk
Seriously though Adam, that thing is going to be a beast...
SeanPlunk
SeanPlunk
Silly me for thinking he'd want a professional to tune his really nice, expensive setup :P
Vettezuki
Vettezuki
Silly Sean, Adam's going to do it himself.
SeanPlunk
SeanPlunk
Who are you going to have do the tuning after you finish the supercharger install?


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