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Originally posted by Archie:


For my money, the Solstice is a bit too quiet right now. Both cars have new crate LS1 engines in them but the Finale Roadster sounds a lot better right now.

Archie

It's that short exhaust on the Fiero. The 2.8 sounds way better in the Fiero than it did in any of the other cars it was used in.

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the Roadster will be finished tomorrow. I'll be test driving the Solstice tomorrow. I'm using Solstice seatbelts in the Roadster & they better be in by Monday. If the weather is nice tomorrow or Sunday, I'll get a bunch of pictures posted.
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Nice work Archie!

 
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From what I've seen of florida showers, it would do more than get you wet - it would fill the car with water ....

Not in the 10 minutes that Florida showers last.

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Nice work Archie!


Not in the 10 minutes that Florida showers last.


Yeah, and just make sure the car is covered from 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM and it should miss all the rain.

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So what do you do when you are 1500 miles from home and a Florida shower pops up? I assume you have some sort of cover to protect the inside of the car?

assuming he didn't change the windshield angle he might be ok as log as he stays at highway speed. i got caught once in a brief shower that really wasn't very hard but somewhat steady while on the highway. i felt a bit of mist on my neck but beyond that it wasn't too bad. i was going to stop under the next highway over pass i went under to put the top up, but by then the rain had stopped.

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"Gone to Florida, See You in the Spring"

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Very cool projects Archie!

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Well it is Spring now & I said I'd see you in the Spring.

We are back from Daytona & I gotta say the cars were better than ever.

Daytona was the debut of the PFF Roadster.

6 Speed, LS1, RCC Coil Overs/Tubular "A" arms, Mr. Mikes Leather, Big Brakes, Paint by FireFox Assembly by Rob & Kris. I helped a little.

Contrary to what some skinny High School kids say, this car proves that PFF DOES NOT Suck.

Archie

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Also, my Solstice LS1 with it's new Aero parts made it's 1st show at Daytona.

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Looking good Archie...........I wish I could have went with you. Sounds like you had a great time.,
I'm going to have to come up there for a ride.....

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Looking good Archie...........I wish I could have went with you. Sounds like you had a great time.,
I'm going to have to come up there for a ride.....

Come on up on a nice day & we'll drive them both.

Here's your favorite place: The Judging Line.

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From a FL member here, I want to say thanks for bringing your cars down for the show. The only sad thing is you didn't leave the roadster here to enjoy more of the FL sunshine.
Thanks Gary

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Well, back to work.

Could this be the 1st 6 speed 6 banger we're working on? or it it the 1st 6 banger car that I've ever considered putting the stock engine back into?......

Before........

After.........


(note, just trial fitting right now)

While we're at it, could this be the 1st SBC 6 speed going together?.........

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wow, a 6 speed on a 2.8?? great work

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Originally posted by GKDINC:

From a FL member here, I want to say thanks for bringing your cars down for the show. The only sad thing is you didn't leave the roadster here to enjoy more of the FL sunshine.
Thanks Gary

Thanks, it was good to see you again.

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Will we get a Held Slalom Kit install pics?

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........

After.........


(note, just trial fitting right now)

While we're at it, could this be the 1st SBC 6 speed going together?.........

Archie

Now I KNOW this is my engine - the red Chevy embossed logos on the covers means it's my "quick burn" 350. Right? Oh please God, let it be mine!

When should I plan to pick up my "chopped", "hopped" '88 ? hmmmm?

My buddies here are buggin' me like crazy - "Hey Dave, when ARE you going to get that slingshot!"

Another friend here at the City of Mississauga is getting his Solstice in about 5 weeks - it's being assembled as I write this. He's been following your posts in the OTHER forum. Sez he'll run it as is for a few years - then bring it to you for the big V8...

Send me a PM when you've got a moment or two...

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Well, back to work.

While we're at it, could this be the 1st SBC 6 speed going together?.........

Archie


Looks like it needs a good home Archie, btw the covers look great.

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Hey Archie,

I know you are probably busy, but can you shoot me back a reply to my e-mail?

Thanks!

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Archie

Do you have any more pictures you could share of the back end of your GT? Mostly the strut towers and frame.
It was nice to meet you at Daytona, I hope to have more time next year.

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Now I KNOW this is my engine - the red Chevy embossed logos on the covers means it's my "quick burn" 350. Right? Oh please God, let it be mine!

When should I plan to pick up my "chopped", "hopped" '88 ? hmmmm?

My buddies here are buggin' me like crazy - "Hey Dave, when ARE you going to get that slingshot!"

Another friend here at the City of Mississauga is getting his Solstice in about 5 weeks - it's being assembled as I write this. He's been following your posts in the OTHER forum. Sez he'll run it as is for a few years - then bring it to you for the big V8...

Send me a PM when you've got a moment or two...

Dave (aka TAZMNDVL)


AHHH thats gonna be yours!!! You better bring it to a maple view show!!!!!!!!!!!!

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hey archie, you are the man!!! i got wood looking at that sbc/6speed combo. hmmmmmmmmm, wonder how that would do behind an ls-1?????

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hey archie, you are the man!!! i got wood looking at that sbc/6speed combo. hmmmmmmmmm, wonder how that would do behind an ls-1?????

The Finale roadster is an LS1 6-speed.

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AHHH thats gonna be yours!!! You better bring it to a maple view show!!!!!!!!!!!!



As it turns out - this one isn't mine - it's a 383/350. Mine's a 330/350. The difference, from the outside look is the 383 has an aluminum rocker cover and mine is Chromed steel.

I've attached some pics of my build - follow the link...

Picture so far are - me, the towing setup, Archies, the start of my chop, the engine in a crate, and then others with the chrome TPI - wahooooo!

http://ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/dhmarion@rogers.com/album?.dir=5a9b


Sorry had to change the photos up and change the link...

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omg-blue steel wood, a diamond cutter. great job man. major wood.

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omg-blue steel wood, a diamond cutter. great job man. major wood.

The kudos go to Archie!

I get a pat on the back because I'm paying the (Kaching, Ka-ching) bill at the end... Well I still ahd to work hard to get da money.

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DrCPU's car is the TAZMNDVL. It's an '88 GT & will have a new GM Crate engine known as the 350HO Fastburn. We're going to put an all chrome TPI system on it with the G6 6-speed. It will be chopped & have RCC Coil-overs all the way around with our Big Brake conversion.

The chop is coming along just fine......... & the engine has a lot of Chrome on it.......

Does anyone think we should do a build-up thread on it?

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DrCPU's car is the TAZMNDVL. It's an '88 GT & will have a new GM Crate engine known as the 350HO Fastburn. We're going to put an all chrome TPI system on it with the G6 6-speed. It will be chopped & have RCC Coil-overs all the way around with our Big Brake conversion.

The chop is coming along just fine......... & the engine has a lot of Chrome on it.......

Does anyone think we should do a build-up thread on it?

Archie


Wow! That engine bay better be real clean!

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DrCPU's car is the TAZMNDVL. It's an '88 GT & will have a new GM Crate engine known as the 350HO Fastburn. We're going to put an all chrome TPI system on it with the G6 6-speed. It will be chopped & have RCC Coil-overs all the way around with our Big Brake conversion.

The chop is coming along just fine......... & the engine has a lot of Chrome on it.......

Does anyone think we should do a build-up thread on it?

Archie

Build up thread? Oh HELL yeah!!

The Fast Burn 385 is one of my favorite crate engines. I'll be VERY interested to see how it runs with this TPI setup. I may try to something very similar in my Formula. (still haven't decided on engine)

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Lets see a build thread for sure!

Sounds like its gonna be awesome!

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A chopped fastburn 350/6-speed....

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looks like someones been busy

what are the shift points on the 6 speed? If it sounds good I may have to invest

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DrCPU's car is the TAZMNDVL. It's an '88 GT & will have a new GM Crate engine known as the 350HO Fastburn. We're going to put an all chrome TPI system on it with the G6 6-speed. It will be chopped & have RCC Coil-overs all the way around with our Big Brake conversion.

Okay #24 is going to be off the hook...

The bar has been raised again!

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looks like someones been busy

what are the shift points on the 6 speed? If it sounds good I may have to invest


Are you going to be the guinea pig?
I am interested to see how one of these holds up to drag strip abuse.

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Okay, give me a .... The Anticipation is like passing a kidney stone, hehe.

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Are you going to be the guinea pig?
I am interested to see how one of these holds up to drag strip abuse.


There's a drag strip just a little east and north of Sarnia, Ont. I did a few runs on my Harley a couple of years back ... so as soon as I get a few kms on the new engine will take the new beast for a few runs to see what's up! You guys will probably have to wait till mid-june to see the numbers... but I'll post them when I get them!

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Archie - The Solstice looks great! When are you going to submit it for the e-zine? I haven't heard from you for awhile and I know that you mentioned that you would be submitting it. I'm sure our readers would be interested! Plus it's free advertising for you guys.

Great job over there keep it up!

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Anything new under the hood at Archie's?

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Anything new under the hood at Archie's?





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