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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Jun 4th, 08, 12:55 PM Thread Starter
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67RS/SS Project

Hello from Chandler AZ

I'm in the midst of a 67RS/SS rebuild and i hope i can get some words of advice as i progress. Here's what's on the menu:
  1. Bought a front clip from the late Art Russmussen which has expanded my scope of work,
    • Need to move the motor mounts for a big block
    • Need to reposition the rack & Pinion to address steering geometry.
    • there's probably something else i haven't discovered yet
  2. Installing the coil over/4 link kit from DSE
  3. replacing the trunk, tail panel, both quarters
  4. Stroking a 502 with fuel injection
I'm attempting to do this all myself so i'm enthuastic to what i've already seen on the web site for resources and hints. So if you have any suggestions i'm all ears

Tony
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Re: 67RS/SS Project

Hello and welcome.Sounds like a good project.

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Re: 67RS/SS Project

Thanks Larry,

I'm learning alot as i trudge through the project but it seems to be good therapy.
How do you like the 502? is it stock or modified?

I'm planning on stroking one to a 533 with 10:25 pistons, i'm shooting for 620hp but i'll settle for 550hp.

Nice looking camaro, i'll figure out how to add some pictures of my progress.

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Re: 67RS/SS Project

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Thanks Larry,

I'm learning alot as i trudge through the project but it seems to be good therapy.
How do you like the 502? is it stock or modified?

I'm planning on stroking one to a 533 with 10:25 pistons, i'm shooting for 620hp but i'll settle for 550hp.

Nice looking camaro, i'll figure out how to add some pictures of my progress.

Tony
My BB is modified has Grumpy Jenkins heads and Isky cam and lifters lots of power for the street.

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