Nice. I'll let you know when I'm ready to buy. Hopefully you'll find your 120s by then!no idea. they were in the car when i took possession of it in april. but at that point there was only 1500 miles on the build. probably 2500 miles on them *IF* they were new when dude put them in prior to me owning it.
Good info. Thanks!55gph*6.25lb/gal=343.5lb/hr at 13.5V
47gph*6.25lb/gal=293.75lb/hr at 12V
6*60lb/hr=360lb/hr at 100% DC
360*.8=288lb/hr at 80% DC
Do you know what pump you have? That's a GSS342 and a 307 looks pretty similar output wise. I'd be looking at spending the $125ish for an Aeromotive 340 especially with a stock fuel system or another pump regardless. That assumes a VERY good fuel system and not stock lines like you have. Looking at this chart those numbers may even be generous tbh. As much of a pain in the ass as dropping the tank is I'd rather do that than pay for an engine swap. If you don't have a hotwire you need one as well. Even if it's home made.
Bigger turbo and stuff right? I actually visited your build thread to get some ideas. I don't know how much it matters, but I'm dead serious about removing the Precision SLIC and all the 3" stuff and going back down to the stock 2.5". If it's iffy, I'll sell it. I was just hoping to do it without spending a ton. Did you upgrade lines?Bit more than that
I hear that. My attitude toward the car changed the last couple times I pulled it out of storage. It's also a vicious cycle, but it always comes down to this same idea. I love the Camaro. It's staying. I like the 240. I just wish we didn't rely on it to get people to work. The GN has really been for one event a year plus something to drive when the Camaro is down. It's really sad to think about given how much nicer and cooler the GN is over those.“Never meet your idols”. It works the same for vehicles lol.
I know what it’s like to be burnt out on constantly fixing shit. Fixing daily drivers taking up all the time and energy and leaving none to go around for the toys. Ironically, those are the same toys we bought to enjoy our time working on stuff. Vicious circle.
Wait it out, it comes in waves where you hate everything and want it out of sight and then find out how to love it again. And finding out you love it again and it’s gone is a tough pill to swallow.
Holy shit. I need to go through your thread again. Lol. That sounds awesome. Did you ever get your 120s?my car is a flat top piston, 11:1-ish, stage II with iron champion heads/ported intake.
stock fuel lines, stock rails, stock hanger in the tank, just with a 340 pump.
the nice think about e85 is that you dont need an extensive intercooler setup. all i have on the white t is Duttweiler neck on a stock intercooler.
I wish I could "like" that comment twice.Have your fun, enjoy hobbies but never let it get to the point where instead of owning stuff, your stuff owns you. That’s how I felt after accumulating what I have over the past 2-3 years.
i trtied being sneaky and not post much details about the combo at first.Holy shit. I need to go through your thread again. Lol. That sounds awesome. Did you ever get your 120s?
Sometimes you need a break lol. I’ve been going full speed ahead while we still had dry, mild weather. I still have brakes to do on a plow truck I’ll need tomorrow, control arms/ball joints on my one truck, panhard bar on the other...I wish I could like that twice.
It absolutely owns me right now. Its a bit messed up that I'm even slightly glad that Indiana is shutting down for COVID. I no longer need an excuse to spend the whole day in the garage doing stuff I don't want to do.
I'm sooo looking forward to kicking the 240 out onto the road, bringing the Camaro inside, and parking it. I'm not doing the valve spring upgrade. I'm not pulling the trans. Its going to sit, and so am I. Probably in my PJs under a blanket watching YouTube with a 6 pack. Lol it's gonna be great.
With E85 or the Alky?E85 is way less involved than Alky. What added maintenance are you talking about? I never did any to mine.