Thumping 370 Forged LS3...NASTY (first start)
First start on initial break-in tune so please forgive stalling issues
(actually throttle screw just needed tightening - doesn't stall anymore).
Forged 370 - LQ9 Block
ARP studs/fastened everything
Advanced Induction worked/ported 267cc LS3 heads
N2O Outlet direct port and dedicated fuel cell (pill'd to 500rwhp)
Pat G spec'd nasty n2o Cam
self-ported LS3 intake manifold
Koni/UMI everything (suspension)
ASP 3.5" driveshaft
QP Wavetrac'd 9"
2012 Pioneer flagship Nav/Audio/Video Screen
Fully leather wrapped, double french stitched interior, and backseat
FOUR 10lb n2o bottles, FOUR NANO 4500 bottles
Two 13.5" JL W6v2 (one behind driver and passenger seat)
19x14(R) 19x9(F) iForged Aeros (flared rear quarters, rear bumber and
C6 Z06 front brakes (laser blue) with "Trans Am" and firebird decals. Clear
So much to list, just know it's done right. New vids on the way.
UPDATE: It's a wide body now -
Bugatti Veyron Takes a Bath In A Lake! Nice Job!
The owner of one of the worlds fastest production automobiles accidentally
drove his fine-tuned, French-built car into a saltwater lagoon Wednesday.
The man, who police said was from Lufkin, was uninjured after escaping the
partially submerged Bugatti Veyron as it came to rest in about
2 feet of saltwater.
The two-seater, with 16 cylinders and four turbo chargers, can reach speeds of more than 250
mph. New models sell for about $2 million.
The man, who refused to give his name, was looking at real estate in
About 3 p.m. a low-flying pelican distracted him as he traveled north on
Interstate 45 just south of the hurricane levee near Omega Bay.
The man jerked the wheel, dropped his cell phone, and the cars front tire
left the frontage road and entered a muddy patch, which foiled his attempt
to maneuver away from the lagoon.
The Veyrons powerful
engine gurgled like an outboard motor for about 15 minutes before it died.
Police and firefighters blocked the frontage road until MCH Towing employee
Gilbert Harrison carefully wenched the car away from riprap and onto the
soft, muddy bank.