My 2016 and my build

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  1. DrBuick

    DrBuick Gold Member

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg I have been asked for pictures and my build

    Her it is 93 miles on it
    E85
    ATI lower pulley
    2.65 upper
    1300cc injectors
    Kenny Bell boost a pump
    Drive shaft shop Aluminum shaft
    Air fuel and boost gauges
    Under hood and halo light
    Drag radials
    New brake pads
     
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    Hey Doc!!!
     
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    graycat Automobile Aficionado Extraordinaire Staff Member

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    That's a great looking car and I'm sure that it's a WHOLE LOT OF FUN!!! :D
     
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    Looking great Dr.
    If and when I ever receive mine,
    I may have to pay you a visit,
    To do some mod's on mine!
    You are the H/C Specialist IMHO...
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    Is that yellow light on your dash the "Check Engine" light?
     
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    Minor details..
    On Initial stages of a build...lol
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    Beautiful looking car. Keep us updated with the dyno numbers. Should crank out a lot of power with that pulley combo 2.65/lower and E85.
     
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    yes I have not turned off the rear O2's yet I don't have cats
    Not Dyno guy im a track guy
     
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    Dr. What are you're thoughts regarding differences in your 2016'
    As opposed to the 15' as far as..,
    1)build quality
    2) paint
    3) interior fit and finish(minus the leather you do not prefer)
    4) radio upgrade
    5) engine parts supersedures or updates
    What are your thoughts?
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    DrBuick Gold Member

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    Paint still sucks both had flaws. I like you can bring the srt pages on the touch screen and Radio does sound better. I Love the SUNROOF. But you really can't tell a 15 to a 16. I will know more when I get it tuned and the salt off the roads.
     
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    Were the paint flaws consistant on both?
    I recall you had runs on the 15' and other factory burn through marks,
    And or shy painted areas.
    Where does one want to look specifically,any thoughts?
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    no not the same spots. first one was on wheel well lips. this one is in both rear 1/4's sucks because I have LED lights in my shop see every think
     
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    Thanks for the input...
    Ahh that is a bummer!
    Well the LED's let you see more in regards to
    Twisting wrenches and enhancing vision!
    Honestly when I am doing up close
    Work I prefer incandescent or halogen,
    The wavelength on the LED bothers my eyes
    For close up surgery,do you find?
    Well the first scratch or ding
    Will take the focus off the factory mess up,
    But those ones sting the most....
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    holy sh*t its Dr B!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nice to see you are doing well, thanks for the pics. Can't wait to see some track times from you.
     
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    What's up Doc?

    :)

    I read the below info on the Boost - A Pump.. Curious what it will do in terms of increase of the HP on the HC.
    Also I see where you added the Air fuel and boost gauges, is this a must do when you added the pump if not what is the advantage of adding them ?

    Thank you

    IgoFast

    A time tested and proven Kenne Bell innovation, the BOOST-A-PUMP™, powers some of the world’s most powerful production street and competition vehicles. The 800HP Shelby Super Snake, one of the World’s Fastest Production Sport Cars, the 242+mph 806HP Koenigsegg CCR, the dual turbo 1100HP Lingenfelter 427" Corvette 900HP Mr. Norm Dodge and 650-825HP RPO Camaros and, of course, all the legendary Kenne Bell kits can use the BOOST-A-PUMP™ to reliably produce those big HP numbers - on pump gas! It activates only at full throttle or boost, so it doesn’t “bloat” or “overload” the fuel system at idle or cruise where full time pumps and extra fuel are not required. So, the fuel isn’t heated (gasoline begins to boil at 87°). No “cool can” is necessary. And it’s much easier to install (cut one wire) and more reliable than fuel pumps. And since the BAP is also a voltage regulator (exclusive kb) it helps prevent engine damage from low voltage/ reduced pump flow during electrical overload or failure. It will attempt to stabilize the pump voltage and maintain sufficient fuel flow.
     

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