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This is a discussion on New best and new launch pic again, lol... within the Drag Racing forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Originally Posted by Firebirdjones I think the secret to this whole combination is the descreened MAF sensor Blabbermouth!!!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebirdjones View Post
    I think the secret to this whole combination is the descreened MAF sensor
    Blabbermouth!!!

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    I couldn't resist

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    Now...EVERYBODY will be doing it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    Blabbermouth!!!
    So would you be willing to sell your descreened MAF sensor!?

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    Not a chance...you'll have to find someone who's capable of modding yours for you...

    I could mod yours for, ummmm, I dunno....$100 shipped. Let me know.





















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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    Not a chance...you'll have to find someone who's capable of modding yours for you...

    I could mod yours for, ummmm, I dunno....$100 shipped. Let me know.





















    WOW, $100 shipped!?!?!? How can you possibly do it so CHEAP!?!? I need to send mine RIGHT AWAY!!!!!

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    I've done so many, it's almost easy now.

    Paypal or Money Order only...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rel3rd View Post
    15x3.5 front ProStars w/165R15 tires (no spacers)
    15x10 rear ProStars w/275/50/15 MT Drag Radials (also no spacers)
    Sorry to bug but what BS are the 15x10..and what did you have to do to make them fit....

    And 15x3.5 fit the front brakes ok?? Or lots o grinding??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bowtiestang View Post
    Sorry to bug but what BS are the 15x10..and what did you have to do to make them fit....

    And 15x3.5 fit the front brakes ok?? Or lots o grinding??
    No problem....

    15x10's have the 7.5" backspace

    Lots of grinding on all 4 calipers, but NO SPACERS front or rear, which was the goal.

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    did you have to bang out the wheel wells any?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrorustler41 View Post
    did you have to bang out the wheel wells any?
    No, not at all.
    No rubbing anywhere at anytime, fornt or rear.
    Car is on stock suspension, stock height.

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    are you running a transbrake? are you footbrakin?



    got any pictures of under the hood? my friends don't beleive your car's that fast.


    any other videos?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrorustler41 View Post
    are you running a transbrake? are you footbrakin?
    got any pictures of under the hood? my friends don't beleive your car's that fast.

    any other videos?
    STOCK 4L60E transmission with nothing but me and the driveshaft hooked to it.

    I hold idle at 1300-1500 and floor the gas pedal on last yellow.

    Sorry, the 11.80 video that I posted is all that I have so far.

    I'm not fast, your friends are just slow, lol.

    Pretty boring under the hood...Besides the AIR/EGR deletion, an LS6 intake, SLP lid and a Norris Motorsports catch can are all the non stock items that are visible. Headers are hard to get a pic of since they are flat black. I have thought about a 100hp or so nitrous kit for easy 10 second timeslips, but I'm already at the point of "almost" needing a rollbar to be NHRA legal, and really do not want to go down that road yet again...Although it'd be cool to have it visible at the track, for all to see and wrongly THINK I'm using it there, but only use it on other occassions...away from the track, wink, wink...

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    thanks man.... i know your car is sick, but they just can't get over that 60 foot time it is a hard launch!!!! how is streetablitly and gas milage with you converter setup and stuff?

    p.s. i know your car is that fast. these things have awesome potential.

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    Which Vig do you have and would you know the STR?
    Also you say no LCA or Relo or adj shocks.
    Ive heard of engine freaks but not suspension freaks!

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    I was referring to the wheels up. Do you pull the wheels off the ground too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrorustler41 View Post
    thanks man.... i know your car is sick, but they just can't get over that 60 foot time it is a hard launch!!!! how is streetablitly and gas milage with you converter setup and stuff?

    p.s. i know your car is that fast. these things have awesome potential.
    I was just having fun with the slow comment.

    Streetability is still great. Car is very easy to drive on the street although it took about a week to "get used to" the slip. Videos below...

    I don't keep track, but it does use a bit more gas because unless the converter is "locked" in D or OD, it is slipping moreso than a stocker. Anybody who runs a higher stall converter but claims that they use no more gas is lying, as it is impossible to do, regardless of how efficient your higher stall converter is.




    cruise with lock-up (in DRIVE, not OD though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickssz View Post
    Which Vig do you have and would you know the STR?
    Also you say no LCA or Relo or adj shocks.
    Ive heard of engine freaks but not suspension freaks!
    Sorry, I do not know what the STR is. In fact, I had never even heard the term before buying/researching LS1 cars.

    Suspension is 100% stock, factory original.
    NOTHING is modified, relocated, lightened, removed, changed, or otherwise different than it was in 2000.

    All shocks, struts, springs, control arms, bushings, panhard bar, torque arm is original and as it left the factory 7 years ago...oops, I mean 8 years ago.

    I was as shocked as anyone when it first pulled the front wheel up. I "thought" it did, but wasn't 100% sure, then everyone was asking me what I had done to it and what suspensions mods, etc...Now it does it everytime.

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