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planning for winter

This is a discussion on planning for winter within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I've been thinking about some things I would like to do this winter. So far I've got installed SLP lid, ...

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    planning for winter

    I've been thinking about some things I would like to do this winter. So far I've got installed SLP lid, smooth bellow, Katech valve covers, slp cat back, oz700 clutch and, pro 5.0 shifter.

    this is my winter list. cam, Fast intake, AFR heads, Kooks headers, tuner, and Find a place to do the work.

    Any suggestions welcome.

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    What kind of suspension mods you got going on? Gears/rear end/ etc. ?

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    I'm going to drive it on the roads for one more season. this following winter I will start focusing on the strip.

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    I've seen twin turbo GTO's/Monster Big Block F Bodies....all motor no suspension...cannot get it to the ground.....study up and plan out getting it to the ground....you'll be much more satisfied with your investment/efforts....
    Only other thing I would add to your "list" is a Nick Williams Throttle Body.....

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    The stock suspension with the stock motor can't hold a good launch. Can't see it getting any better with another 50 -100 hp. Depending on what the motor ends up at will determine what I will do to holder down. I would like something that is adjustable from street to strip in a few hours.

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