1970 Camaro 350 4 speed Project

Discussion in 'Project Progress' started by sevitz5, Mar 5, 2011.

  1. Philly

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    NICE!!!!!:bowtie:
     
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    Spotted this on ls site I'm going through swap in my 71 good luck that's a sweet ride u got
     
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    I put the motor in the car for the final time. I have installed the LS7 clutch and bellhouse, (I will post up pics later). In order for my gauges to work I had to pick up Autometer adapters from Jegs. I then realized mt factory senders wont screw into the adapters, so I ordered Autometer gauges (I will be doing the dash swap now as well.....does it ever end lol) and installed the temp sender in the rear of the passenger head, and the oil sender in the factory location at the rear of the intake. Just a note on the oil sender...you will need to get a 45degree fitting...1/8 male NPT to 1/8 female NPT to get the sender above the steam rail across the back of the motor. If all goes well this weekend, I will have my G-Force crossmember and I will get the tranny installed.
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    Enjoy the view; it will never be cleaner than it is right now! ;)
     
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    I installed the T56 today.....it fit perfect in the tunnel. I have room allaround, it looks like it was made to be there. I used the G-Force crossmember from crossmembers.com. It fit better than my original. Definately worth the $220. I was super impressed....only took 20 min to install the crossmember and bolt the tranny to it.
     
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    Thats looks great!! Nice work and its coming along fast
     
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    When I grow up I want to be just like Darrin--LOL

    Glad it's all coming together!!

    You and I are pictured on the Feb. calendar!! (small pics)
     
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    I seen that...congrats to you, and thanks for the compliments
     
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    Here are a couple pics of the tranny and crossmember in the car
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    I have a muncie... are those things that much bigger or is it just the angle?
     

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