The engine and tranny have been assembled together and are ready to be put in the car.
The old engine has been taken out and now the new components will be bolted in.
Vintage Air talks about their product. The live feed has begun on 48HourCamaro.com.
We began the pre-assembly of the Auto Gear 4-speed and Gear Vendors overdrive unit. Topped off with an American PowerTrain clutch, flywheel, pressure plate and hydro unit. The massive Baer brake front set up is going on now. 6-piston calipers!! American Auto wire kit is alo now getting installed.
|Nice Baer 6-piston brakes||Baer hubs literally|
|More engine shots||Transmission fitting|
|Wiring and Dynomat fun||Vintage Air|
|Gear Vendors OD, Auto Gear 4-speed, Awesome!|
Dyno pull on the Lingenfelter build LS3 for the 48 Hour Camaro. Comp valve train package. Holley EFI, intake and oil pan. Vintage Air front runner.
Lingenfelter is setting the 48 Hour Camaro up with one of their LS3 engine packages. Their commitment to performance and quality is backed up with their 3 year / 36,000 mile warranty standard on installed engine packages.
Lingenfelter relies on Comp Cams components for their engine builds. The 48 Hour Camaro's LS3 power plant will be assembled with performance and endurance in mind.
We will be plumbing the 48 Hour Camaro with Earls Ultra Flex 650 Kevlar hose and hose ends. At 60% lighter then stainless braided and super easy to cut and assemble it should make for fast assembly.
To assemble a rock solid fuel system it all starts at the tank. The 48 Hour Camaro will be equipped with a Rick's stainless steel gas tank. Rick's tanks and parts are fabricated in house at Rick's to ensure only the highest quality for a long lasting, trouble free product. Each tank is hand formed from 304 grade Stainless Steel and TIG welded to last a lifetime. All tanks feature a unique baffle system to control fuel tank slosh. Very important when carving through the tight turns at the autocross.