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  1. #11
    "The Rock"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 30th View Post
    Can someone point me in the direction on a picture posting sticky so I know how
    Are u using a computer or mobile device?

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    Im not only an LTXtech member... Im also the Owner.


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    1996 Camaro Z28: RIP 09/25/2016
    385ci LT1, forged internals, p1sc/intercooled (10.x lbs) AFR eliminator 227s, TD shaft mount rockers, Edelbrock LT4 Air Gap intake, AS&M mono-blade TB, 60# motron injectors, hypertech boost ref fpr,Lonnies dual 255s in tank, AC Delco OPTI fromAMERICAN Powerhouse, Buit T56, 9" with locker/3.90s, 35 spline axels, Pacesetter longtubes, custom Y-pipe into factory style magnaflow, Custom "GLORY HOLE" blow off valve fender escape, SLP SFC and STB,etc, etc, etc $35k and counting....

    602hp/54Xtq
    1994 Trans Am GT: Pace Setter LTs, Magnaflow Muffler, 2500 stall and a CPT A4 (all stock)
    1996 Impala SS H/C with CPT trans and a whole lot more to come...
    2002 Caddilac EscaladeL CAI, lowered, 6.0 , AWD..
    1985/1996GS clone: 207hp/286tq
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    Default New here


    She isn't much to look at but I thought it was worth saving over being parted

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    "The Rock"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 30th View Post

    She isn't much to look at but I thought it was worth saving over being parted

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    Idk why u say that. Its a great looking ride man!

    Im not only an LTXtech member... Im also the Owner.


    Our BIG MOMENT @ the 2012 LTXshootout

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=521756391174175

    1996 Camaro Z28: RIP 09/25/2016
    385ci LT1, forged internals, p1sc/intercooled (10.x lbs) AFR eliminator 227s, TD shaft mount rockers, Edelbrock LT4 Air Gap intake, AS&M mono-blade TB, 60# motron injectors, hypertech boost ref fpr,Lonnies dual 255s in tank, AC Delco OPTI fromAMERICAN Powerhouse, Buit T56, 9" with locker/3.90s, 35 spline axels, Pacesetter longtubes, custom Y-pipe into factory style magnaflow, Custom "GLORY HOLE" blow off valve fender escape, SLP SFC and STB,etc, etc, etc $35k and counting....

    602hp/54Xtq
    1994 Trans Am GT: Pace Setter LTs, Magnaflow Muffler, 2500 stall and a CPT A4 (all stock)
    1996 Impala SS H/C with CPT trans and a whole lot more to come...
    2002 Caddilac EscaladeL CAI, lowered, 6.0 , AWD..
    1985/1996GS clone: 207hp/286tq
    SOLD




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    favorite color comb of all time
    94 Z28 - 396 - TH400 - 9in - SLOW


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    It looks better in the picture than it does in person. A lot of chips and what not but maybe one day it will get a nice all over


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    "The Rock"


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow 30th View Post
    It looks better in the picture than it does in person. A lot of chips and what not but maybe one day it will get a nice all over


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Thats just how people know u use and drive it...

    Im not only an LTXtech member... Im also the Owner.


    Our BIG MOMENT @ the 2012 LTXshootout

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=521756391174175

    1996 Camaro Z28: RIP 09/25/2016
    385ci LT1, forged internals, p1sc/intercooled (10.x lbs) AFR eliminator 227s, TD shaft mount rockers, Edelbrock LT4 Air Gap intake, AS&M mono-blade TB, 60# motron injectors, hypertech boost ref fpr,Lonnies dual 255s in tank, AC Delco OPTI fromAMERICAN Powerhouse, Buit T56, 9" with locker/3.90s, 35 spline axels, Pacesetter longtubes, custom Y-pipe into factory style magnaflow, Custom "GLORY HOLE" blow off valve fender escape, SLP SFC and STB,etc, etc, etc $35k and counting....

    602hp/54Xtq
    1994 Trans Am GT: Pace Setter LTs, Magnaflow Muffler, 2500 stall and a CPT A4 (all stock)
    1996 Impala SS H/C with CPT trans and a whole lot more to come...
    2002 Caddilac EscaladeL CAI, lowered, 6.0 , AWD..
    1985/1996GS clone: 207hp/286tq
    SOLD




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    Trying to decide if I want to leave the anniversary alone keeping it more of a original car and find a v6 car to build into a street drag or build the anniversary.


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    Looks like a hard top and you got it cheap, Id build it.

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    I'm thinking not full blown drag car but more for strip than street


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    defiantly, full blown drag cars are way cheaper to just buy than build.

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