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    Default 2010 single turbo camaro built

    check it out let me know what your feedback

    http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showth...ighlight=turbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuztom View Post
    check it out let me know what your feedback

    http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showth...ighlight=turbo
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    i cant take all the credit this is a lot of team work and a lot of brains picking at different situations

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    Default Wrecked?

    I can't see doing that to a brand new car, also needing some body work, was it wrecked? Love the 2010 Camaros but too rich for my blood and although I love race cars I couldn't see buying a new Camaro to convert it.
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    I love it.

    If I had money I would have done it too. Like someone said on the original post...I bet that thing will run like a scalded dog...on crack.

    454 LSX...91mm turbo...Im sure you already figured what HP numbers you wanted. My wild guess is going to be in the 900hp+ range...maybe 13lbs of boost?
    Precision is only as important as the project...if you're building a rocket ship...1/64" would matter. If you're building a sledgehammer...an 1/8" probably wont.

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    Nice..keep up the great work

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    [QUOTE=On fire most of the time;222885

    Like someone said on the original post...I bet that thing will run like a scalded dog.[/QUOTE] What dumbas_ would scald a dog Jethroe?

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    VERY nicely done!!!!

    That setup is WELL over 1000HP!!!! My little 352 at 15psi makes 900HP.

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    go check out the updates

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    ITs nice but I can build a diesel that will go by that like its sitting still.
    Whanna line them up time and place.
    no just kidding nice work

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