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Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Indianapolis, IN
Restore a German Race Camaro Engine
It has been a while since I was able to work on my car. After my company gave us the heave ho, I had to give it a go as my own company again. My Camaro set idle for most of a year, but I have started working on it again.
The reality is that my car was a Race car in Europe fro many years before I bought it. As a race car the body was torn and burned, with cracks, and holes burnt into every part of her. It was over a year on the rotisserie bringing the body back to the way it was the day it came from the factory.
The engine is not the same story. I wanted to keep to the history of the car. I wanted to keep enough performance under the skin, to give the car the ability to go back to the Nuremburg Race track, and hold it's own.
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Balanced 350, Eagle rotating assy, Mahle Flat top Forged pistons, AFR 195 cylinder heads, AFR Hydrorev kit, Comp Cams Hydraulic Roller Cam, comp Pro Mag Ultra Roller Rockers, Edelbrock AirGap RPM Manifold.
Live to rev!