It's come a long way.
Thanks! Yeah, I think I posted an introduction a while back now that I think about it. My bad. I just hope keeping an updated log in here will get more people telling me how I can make it better. lol I don't know everything!I remember you posting this a little while back. Very cool build and different from the typical f-body ls builds you typically see
I go to this one every year, but this year was definitely my favorite. It's not as fun blending in with a mostly stock GN that I don't even take down the track. Bringing something a little different sparked a ton of conversation with people I had never met before including a couple 3800 guys. It was really cool. The first timer I invited with the 3800 swapped G-body GP seemed to appreciate it enough to tell his Buick loving brother about it. I hope they both come next year so we can line up!Dang, what a trip! Glad you got to see all that and are enjoying your car, too.
Stuff like this is what gets us all excited to keep enjoying the community outside of our local areas, driveways, and keyboards. Thanks for sharing!
Thanks! Yeah, if I ever got another 3800 to build it would get the Camaro's L36 short block, the TKX, and a supercharger. It would be a much more stick friendly combination. Then the Camaro would get an L67 bottom end with an automatic. I can't have it all though. My small garage space really limits my builds to what I currently have, and that's probably for the best!Very cool. I'd consider doing a manual s/c build with my MP112 setup someday. Not quite as much power, but the torque would be very hard on parts, so it'd be necessary.
Glad you got to have fun at the event, and the dyno charts look fairly clean aside from the issues. Good work, keep it up.