It turned out Dave had worked with two different companies when the mounts needed to come from the same. Let that be a lesson to all who attempt projects of this magnitude, especially to a guy who calls himself Camaro Dave. The LS1 packs a Vortech centrifugal blower and exhales through a set of Jet Hot-coated Hooker headers. The rear is a Moser 12-bolt with 33-spline axles and a True Trac 4.10 Posi. After completing the wiring on the motor, Dave had the supercharger installed and the motor tuned by Altitude Racing Intensity. At this stage, he shaved the obtrusive coil packs and relocated them under the dash. Dave outsourced the interior to Steve Markely Interiors in Greeley, Colorado, where it was fitted with custom two-tone "ultra leather" seating with custom-made front chairs, a custom hand-made console with a Kenwood DVD/TV system, power windows, and a chrome ididit tilt steering column, among other things. The suspension is comprised of an Air Ride Technologies muscle car bar 4-link rear setup with Shockwaves, Air Ride tubular Strongarms in front with Shockwaves, all of which is controlled by that company's Air Pod. Detroit Speed mini tubs make room for the massive 325/25/20-inch Pirelli tires. Stopping the Camaro are Wilwood 13-inch Dynalite Pro vented and drilled brakes, front and rear « | 1 | 2 | View Full Article By Isaac Mion Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!