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Bored today, thought i would post some pics of my toys
94 LT1 T/A
forged 355, Vortech YSi trim blower at 11psi
T-56, Mcleod twin disk clutch
Aluminum 9" with 3.70 gears
35k original miles
currently around 650whp, havent had the need to put it up over 700 yet. Its hopefully sold next week, a bit too hardcore to drive around town







Car i built 2 years ago, 87 Buick Turbo-T
6.0L LS2, stock longblock
283/293-112 cam with .569 lift
4l80-e, fuddle 3200 stall
9" with 3.07 gears
HPTuners 2-bar SD
Borg Warner S400 75mm turbo
4" full exhaust
Ran 11s on street/snow tires and 10s on drag radials. pump gas, no intercooler, got 24+mpg on the highway :eek:



 

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Very nice cars. :thumbsup: To me a GN is not a GN unless it has the V6 .. but still very nice jsut the same .. :thumbsup:
 

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Nice pair you got there!! I was just wondering about your clutch. How is it for city driving? And speed shifting? I was told the twin discs are too heavy to shift fast, but they are so much smaller so it just doesnt make sense. I would appreciate your opinion before dropping a grand for one.
Thank you.:thx
 

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The clutch is pretty good overall. Ive driven spec 3, 3+, and 4 along with most run of the mill plates too. overall i think the street twin is better, just be sure to buy the hydraulics with it. Its a little grabby, but i have no problems slipping it, and i can shift it plenty fast thats for sure.
 
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