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Updates soon.



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Too much excitement-I'll be right back, I got to go pee.

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Just waiting for some primer, and then I'll post some pics.

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Time for some spring cleaning.

For sale: (not charity )


Complete set up zz430 clone, G6 6sd, chrome TPI setup, exhaust, headers, all set up on Cradle, plug and play less than 150 miles on set up. I hate to give up this setup but I'm going in a different direction.


Mr.mikes seats also up for grabs, not just the covers but the complete seats

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Archie If you have more info and better pics. please post.

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The engine is called a 385 Fast Burn http://www.gmperformancepar...u=12499710&engCat=sb

With the GM Hot Cam Kit http://www.gmperformancepar...artnuminput=12480002 This hot cam kit makes the engine in a “Clone” of the famous ZZ430 limited production GM Crate Engine.

It has an all Chrome TPI system from Street & Performance http://www.hotrodlane.cc/ The large runner TPI base manifold is specially designed to work with the GM Fast Burn heads. The TPI runners are the oversized Siamese runners to support the capacity of this engine. Everything on this intake system is Chromed.

Included is the complete Street & Performance wire harness, ECM & Chip programmed for this engine.

This engine is installed using all of the parts in my Master-Build V-8 conversion kit http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/Prod2.htm This engine is mated to a New G6 6 speed transmission using my Master 6 speed conversion kit. http://www.v8archie.com/v8Archie/Prod3.htm

Also included is the engine cradle. With new Poly “A” arm bushings, This engine/transmission assembly comes mounted to a 1987 Fiero GT engine cradle.

The exhaust system is also included (except for the special tips we bought for this car only). It has Sanderson HTP coated CC90 headers.

This whole assembly is out of the car right now, while we do some other stuff to the car. I can take some pictures of everything or anything that we have here for this assembly. I will post additional pictures tomorrow.

Troy can answer questions on pricing. Either of us can answer questions on this driveline.

Installation can be arraigned.

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This engine/transmission assembly comes mounted to a 1987 Fiero GT engine cradle.


Installation can be arraigned.

Archie


Oh boy! If that was on an 88 cradle...who knows?

I'm guessing an LS7 is in someone's future??? Or maybe an LS9!

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Oh boy! If that was on an 88 cradle...who knows?

I'm guessing an LS7 is in someone's future??? Or maybe an LS9!



It wouldn't take too much to swap it to an 88 cradle but I'd have to have an '88 car to fit it into.

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Time for some spring cleaning.

For sale: (not charity )



The "bar" is about to be raised yet again, hehe.

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(not charity )



Oh c'mon!!!

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Interested in the Mr mikes seats. I have an 88 cradle here complete with suspension I'd be willing to trade if your interested. With some extra money from me of course. 88 cradle swaps are very easy to do. The only modification is a new hole made with a die-grinder in the top of the strut tower. Here is a pic of mine. Not show quality but deffinately functional. Show is just not my thing.


I will be making custom strut tower brace mounts that will incorporate a cover for old strut hole. Should clean up the look a bit. Other then those holes it is a direct bolt in.
Interested in the cradle or not I am still interested in the seats. Let me know. Thanks.

EDIT: Edited for better pics. I knew I had some.

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Interested in the Mr mikes seats.



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I have an 88 cradle here complete with suspension I'd be willing to trade if your interested.



This setup is on an 87 cradle... I was wanting it to be on an 88, since I have an 88. I don't know of anyone who has swapped an 87 cradle onto an 88.

I'm just using the cradle as a convenient excuse...I'm sure Archie could make it work if I was serious.

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This setup is on an 87 cradle... I was wanting it to be on an 88, since I have an 88. I don't know of anyone who has swapped an 87 cradle onto an 88.

I'm just using the cradle as a convenient excuse...I'm sure Archie could make it work if I was serious.


My real reason for posting was to ask about the Mr mikes seats. I just thought I'd throw out the 88 cradle part in case they were looking for something to mount the new engine to. I have no doubt that Archie could do it if so inclined. If he can build this car and the Mura I'm sure he could do a cradle swap in his sleep.

Archie: I will be contacting you tomorrow about the seats. Troy was going to forward you part of our PM discussion about them. What is the best time to contact you?

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Time for some spring cleaning.

For sale: (not charity )
Mr.mikes seats also up for grabs, not just the covers but the complete seats



Man, that was quick.

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Updates soon.


Primer on yet ??

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Originally posted by troyboy:

Time for some spring cleaning.

For sale: (not charity )


Complete set up zz430 clone, G6 6sd, chrome TPI setup, exhaust, headers, all set up on Cradle, plug and play less than 150 miles on set up. I hate to give up this setup but I'm going in a different direction.


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I got a chance to view Troy's new front nose and I'm loving it! Once again, the bar has been raised, really, really high and it's going to be very hard trying to build something better looking than this.




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"Anyone can make a copy of something, it may look good, but never is the real car. Make something from your imagination, something unique, something nobody has, anything is possible and, ideas can become a reality; Archie and the Crew can make your Dreams into a reality."

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Time to place the order for that special little LSX. Who says Christmas only comes once a year

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Time to place the order for that special little LSX. Who says Christmas only comes once a year


So THAT's why the change of plans! What are you going with? Inquiring minds wanna know!

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So THAT's why the change of plans! What are you going with? Inquiring minds wanna know!



Well all I can say for now is that the foundation will bee an new gm create LS7, with a ................, on top of..............,mated to a ............ FOR AN EXTRA...................HP.

Full disclosure spring 2008

I blame DOC JOHN for starting the fever, well that's my story and I'm sticking to it

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Guilty as charged!

Any motor will work out just fine as long as it starts with "LS."

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Full disclosure spring 2008



Hey, it's March 2008, already. Give!

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Guilty as charged!

Any motor will work out just fine as long as it starts with "LS."


LSJ?

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Well all I can say for now is that the foundation will bee an new gm create LS7, with a ................, on top of..............,mated to a ............ FOR AN EXTRA...................HP.

Full disclosure spring 2008

I blame DOC JOHN for starting the fever, well that's my story and I'm sticking to it




Troy what you have planned is totally insane,...and i absolutely love it !

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lets see that grill

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lets see that grill


what he said !

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New engine swap over a new engine. That is very cool (not to say expensive!). Just would love to see this car finished some day

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Just would love to see this car finished some day


With a car like this... that will never happen.

Troy and Archie: Got the seats today and I'm very happy. My girlfriend wouldn't even give me a chance to get them in a car. She had to sit in them immediately. Thanks to both of you.

Archie: I double charged myself for shipping so I will be contacting you about that. Later.

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lets see that grill


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lets see that grill




Sorry, couldn't resist

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New engine swap over a new engine. That is very cool (not to say expensive!). Just would love to see this car finished some day


I just could not pass up an opportunity to have an ls7 or ls3, for now that is the big question before we push the order button, do we go with a LS7 or a supercharged LS3 both have pros and cons.

All should be "finished" by the Fiero 25th, Well the first version anyway .

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I just could not pass up an opportunity to have an ls7 or ls3, for now that is the big question before we push the order button, do we go with a LS7 or a supercharged LS3 both have pros and cons.

All should be "finished" by the Fiero 25th, Well the first version anyway .


Let's have a little survey..........

LS3 with Magna-Charger or LS7 N/A ????

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LS7 N/A. I want to see how you fit that in

What kind of transmission are you planning to use that can deal with all that torque? The LS7 puts out about twice the torque that the G6 F40 transmission was designed to handle.

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Definitely the MagnaCharger - just listen to the damn thing.

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Now that's raising the bar a lot.

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how about LS7 + supercharger?

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Originally posted by 88White3.4GT:

how about LS7 + supercharger?


That's actually the reason we're undecided right now. Magnason doesn't have a MagnaCharger for the LS7 on the market yet.

It'll be about 6 weeks before it's supposed to come out & we aren't the 1st one in line for one.

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