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Don Kraus's 427 LSX Update by Don Kraus
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I haven't had this stupid look on my face since I read the whole Skitime thread. And this car is a whole different animal. Absolutely incredible...BRAVO!!!!

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Sweat!


Uh, i hate to ask but... why are you sweating???
I mean, its an sexy car.. but come on...

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/me moans loudly yes yes more

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Excellent job and those rims are very close to the ones DGP was using back in 1984, Here they are on there Trans am and to the left is my car, plus on the right is the Car Craft car. Can you guess which car is under the tent on the right????? Rick B

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More pictures please!

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The Dole car. Rick B


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I didn't read this whole thread, sorry. But, I'm wondering what sanctioning body the roll bar is legal with? Is it a custom one off or kit? Diameter, thickness, and type of tubing?

If this subject is not appropriate to this thread please feel free to reply with the information via PM.

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Got a little more work done on it today,put on the spoiler,mirror,door handles,door panels.Also installed an electric shutoff and sail panel inserts.Here's how the back looks.



Mmm more pics!

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definitely more pictures!

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Report this Post11-06-2008 09:10 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Don KrausClick Here to Email Don KrausSend a Private Message to Don KrausEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Ausfiero,the roll bar is made out of 1 5/8's chrome moly and its legal except for the except for the bars going from the roll bar to the strut tower.They should go from the top roll bar and angle down to the strut tower,but I would have had to go through the rear window to do that and being a street car with plexiglass patched in the back window didn't work.I had them run that bar just under the window to the strut tower.This was a custom buildt roll bar by a couple of guys that build roll cages for drag racers.My track will let me run as long as I only do test and tune and don't compete in classes.
Supercharged vs,thanks for the pictures of the IMSA cars.Yours was one of the insperations for me to build mine,I love the look and the colors.

Don

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Report this Post11-06-2008 09:15 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Old LarSend a Private Message to Old LarEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

A really nice car, Don. I hope to see it at the Dells in 2009.

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Thanks Don and yours is a inspiration to put the LSX in mine as long as I do very little damage to the original car and can put it back. John Callies and Bob Birchmeir both said to do it but I want them to sign off on it or it may harm the history. That little 92HP isn't any fun with that race look.
Your color combo and extra touches are perfect and you should be proud.

I was digging and found the Goodwrench car in my files from Bob shop and those rims are on it also. Rick

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Don, have you gotten the LSX installed yet? any pic's?
this is one nice car. great job!

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Report this Post11-06-2008 12:47 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Don KrausClick Here to Email Don KrausSend a Private Message to Don KrausEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Engine is in and suspenson is on.I'll get some pictures taken and post today.Sent the rear rims back,they stuck out past the body by an inch so I'm going to 9 1/2 inch rims with a 6 inch offset and using 285-17 tires that are 9.9 inches wide.I'm sure I'll just blow them off on the street,but the 315's were onley 11.3 inches wide so it would blow them off too.I'll be using 10 inch slicks on the strip.

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Report this Post11-06-2008 03:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Don KrausClick Here to Email Don KrausSend a Private Message to Don KrausEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

Here are a few more pictures of the car and the progress I'm making. Enjoy!













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I think I need a towel. I just drooled all over my self.
nice job.
I thought I was doing good with an LS6 I guess I will have to punch it out and go Turbo.
back to the drawing board !

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I think it needs a closed mouth chin spoiler so the bottom of the front bumper lines up with the bottom of the side rockers..

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Originally posted by Don Kraus:

Ausfiero,the roll bar is made out of 1 5/8's chrome moly and its legal except for the except for the bars going from the roll bar to the strut tower.They should go from the top roll bar and angle down to the strut tower,but I would have had to go through the rear window to do that and being a street car with plexiglass patched in the back window didn't work.I had them run that bar just under the window to the strut tower.This was a custom buildt roll bar by a couple of guys that build roll cages for drag racers.My track will let me run as long as I only do test and tune and don't compete in classes.
Supercharged vs,thanks for the pictures of the IMSA cars.Yours was one of the insperations for me to build mine,I love the look and the colors.

Don



Well thanks for telling me that but Primarus asked that question. I just want more pics

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Doublec4,sorry no chin spoiler,its as close to the ground as I want it.If it pulls the front end off the ground like my Aldino I need some room up there or I'll have chin spoiler and front end all over the track when it comes down.Thats why I don't have one.

Don

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Hey Don, Just wanted to let everyone know the car looks even better in person then the pictures! Im glad I stopped in instead of having you ship the door skin. Now I am all fired up to get back into my build. Keep up the great work and let me know when its running, I will have to stop over to hear it.

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Report this Post11-25-2008 06:13 PM Click Here to See the Profile for IwannaIRMClick Here to Email IwannaIRMSend a Private Message to IwannaIRMEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post

UPDATES! UPDATES! UPDATES!

Hey Don, how about an...ummm...errr...UPDATE WITH PICS!!!

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I second that

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I think it needs a closed mouth chin spoiler so the bottom of the front bumper lines up with the bottom of the side rockers..


That was my first thought,...but what Don says about the track makes sense,...smart move.

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Just read through this whole thread. Great looking car, definitely looking forward to seeing/hearing it perform

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WOW.. Most excellent car you have coming together there Don..

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UPDATES! UPDATES! UPDATES!

Hey Don, how about an...ummm...errr...UPDATE WITH PICS!!!



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We need UPDATES and PICS!

Come on Don your killing us.....

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A bit too quiet here.

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A bit too quiet here.


Yup, I'm still waiting to see this insane monster breathe life.

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Just read this, very nice! Get her running, post some video pleeeease!

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and I thought I took forever to complete a project...

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and I thought I took forever to complete a project...


Obviously you haven't read my build thread

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I cant wait to see the Beast in its new shoes. Rick B

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Any new updates on the beast Don?

Too Far is in Minnesota now.. I have had her home for a few weeks, but its been so stinking cold out I have not been able to look much of it over yet..

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A bit too quiet here.


Time to wake her up from hibernation Don..

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Thats a tremendous amount of horsepower to put in a Fiero. Cradle reinforcement would probably be advantageous. If you are shooting for the 10 second bracket, NHRA requires a trans shield, a roll bar (similar to yours), a easty accessible rear cutoff switch, and you need to wear special race apparel etc etc. Good luck. Thats going to be one fast ride.

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Obviously you haven't read my build thread



git er done ... want to see a Ferrari like rev band in a Fiero for a change

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It's about time you heard from me,I admit I've been doing a little traveling the last two months and haven't worked on the car much.But during that time I had the exhaust ceramic coated and finally got the right offset on my rear wheels.The wilwood brakes are filled with fluid and bled,antifreeze is in as is trans fluid,so the car has taken liquids.I just have to finish the wiring,and as you can see its a bigger job than I thought mating a stand alone system with the body wire harness and the transmisson computer.I'm in the process of getting rid of all the wires I don't need and that means taking the dash out that I hadn't planed on.
So here you have pictures of the wiring in the car,rear exhaust with mufflers,Wilwood brakes and my dash gauges.
I'm hoping to have it running in the next couple of weeks.

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that exhaust is elegant

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Hey guys,just got my car back from paint,here's a little tidbit.Want more???
Don






Are these tires directional? They appear to be going the wrong direction.

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