I should have no problems finishing it by then, as most pieces I need from here out are either already created, or off the shelf items that I pretty much only need money to finish LOL.Nice. You gonna be done by then? Or bring what you got if your not done?
Good, I want to see that finished. Besides money I bet you have fell asleep on the garage floor a couple times.I should have no problems finishing it by then, as most pieces I need from here out are either already created, or off the shelf items that I pretty much only need money to finish LOL.
This car has pretty well kept me living in poverty for the past couple years hahaha
8 weeks? man I pray for you. But the car is sick man. Get that last push in and finish it. Alright maybe not finish it but where you want it. Something like this is never finished just enjoyable to drive. Making something like this you always better it down the road but it's always a work in progress. I bow to you because between work and my kids and wife this would take me 10 years to finish.I appreciate the kind words!! I am excited that this has made some other people excited, as to me its just a science project in my garage that has got way out of hand LOL
The amount I have learned through the build of this car is worth it all, even if the car itself is mostly worthless beyond parts as there are about 14 different OEM parts left hahaha
Starting to take shape... but god damn, still so much to do. :icon_bs:
Absolute deadline is a hair over 8 weeks away! :bonkers:
I have a similar cooling setup to the OE ATS-V setup, with the main difference being I do not have a transmission oil cooler, as the Aisin AY6 in the older 5th gen V6 camaro does not have a setup for it.Looking great! What are you doing for cooling? Seeing as how the ATS-V has 6 heat exchangers. Looks like you have a some more room in the front of the engine bay, though. Also, in addition to my vote for some V badges somewhere, have you thought about integrating the ATS-V hood vent somehow?
All the right answers! This thing's gonna be sick.I have a similar cooling setup to the OE ATS-V setup, with the main difference being I do not have a transmission oil cooler, as the Aisin AY6 in the older 5th gen V6 camaro does not have a setup for it.
Otherwise I have the 3 OE ATS-V Heat exchangers for the intercooling system, an engine oil cooler, power steering oil cooler, and the engine radiator. I have a C7 corvette hood vent as the ATS one is a bit small (More space constraints in the ATS)
And dont you worry, I have the ATS's "V" emblem for the truck, and then I got the 3.6 emblem for the CTS + the "TT" part from the CT6's 3.0TT logo, so I can have 3.6TT and V on my trunk lid
And a few more progress pics!
Do you have any links to some reading to support this? I have been doing some digging but cannot find anything on it!Try to avoid using those support rods on your splitter if you can. They add a very significant amount of drag.