it's easy. if you have a fuel injection fuel tank then it's gravy. you might need to upgrade the fuel lines. the ones that travel under the car. i'll help ya.Brandon lets get a stock TII together and throw it in my GLH, I have the '85 TI wiring/LM/PM and a 86 GLHS LM. And a A413 with a NAN convertor and RMVB and a aftermarket intercooler(just need plumbing):nodding:
Sweet! Sunday you want to bring it to Depew?sweet this weekend i'll swap my trans and install my turbo.
Take an inventory of the cars and i'll put together a list lolI wanna come =)
I can bring junkyard parts lmao!
Last year when I went down there it was a little over 8hours IIRC, maybe 9.hey clayton, how far is cindy from where you live? might have to make a road trip down there too if it isnt too far.
Me? Yes, I'm done with both of them. The GLHS went about as fast as it was going to go with such a stock motor/turbo. That was all she had. It was consistent 12.5-12.6car. Much more than that was unlikely. The R/T was definitely as fast as it was going to get with that set up. It was a solild high 12 second, 107-108 mph car but on a perfect day with amazing traction, it nailed three 12.4's (.44, .46, .44) in a row. Shortly after that, I got hit by a box truck in it.Are you done with it yet?