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Old 01-11-2012, 05:07 PM
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Default 2000 Camaro z28

My 00' z28. Arctic white, t-tops, a4 w/2.73s 70,xxx miles and counting (DD)
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-Potz P/P TB
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Car put down 321HP and 327TQ on a dyno jet. And went 13.2 @ 107 w/ 2.1 60ft (2.73s...) Car didn't have the ported and polished TB at the time.

Tough to see the time slip, but its there:




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Future mods, not much on a tight budget. Mac midlength headers and cat less y pipe, used yank ss3600, borla catback with e-cutout, ls6 intake, and swapping a 10bolt with 3.42s. Hoping for low 12s and 350hp/tq on a mustang dyno.

Getting dropped in the spring with prokit and some bilstein HDs, UMI adj PHB. Getting some 18x9.5 and 18x10.5 C5 deep dish vette wheels.
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Old 01-11-2012, 06:38 PM
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NICE!!! thats a clean looking ride. and i like it more because its a DD too. people letting a car sit to save it have their reasons, but i hate to see a nice ride not being driven.
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NICE!!! thats a clean looking ride. and i like it more because its a DD too. people letting a car sit to save it have their reasons, but i hate to see a nice ride not being driven.
X2 this is a nice car. i agree with the whole sitting thing but only the ones that arent driven all year. I can see letting a car sit in a garage in the winters. here in kansas there is a lot of salt that goes on the roads and it will eat metal up like a kid eats candy.
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thanks guys

I love driving it everyday. I usually do a full WOT pulls, puts a smile on my face. Ill never DD anything slow
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nice find!
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Your going to have to be very careful with the pro kit. You will be sitting very very low. Hope you don't mind having scraps all over the underside of your car.
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Hope you don't mind having scraps all over the underside of your car.
LOL, thanks for the negativity man. Been in 2 cars with the prokit and bilstein HDs.

Both drive amazing and looked outstanding. Ill post pics with new wheels and drop, you'll love it.

BTW one car was pulling 1.6 60s the other 1.52 60ft lifting the tires. Im not worried. I have real life reviews. Those guys both have kook LTs and dont scrape, i have mids so im in the clear.

It wont be getting driven in the winter next year either, saving up for a 01-03 denali.
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cant wait till its lowered! looks awesome
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I've had the pro kit on my car for the last 4 years. Love the stance, hate the lack of ground clearance. Damn vicious driveways, and living in a hilly area. Good looking car though. You should have an easy 12s slip next time you go out to the track.
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