My Camaro is almost done. I was waiting for flush mount glass for my 79 Z28 but Fesler can’t get there act together, so I am going to use OEM for rear until I get the flush mount glass. At least I will be able to driver her. A few little things I need to… Continue reading Updated Camaro Pictures
Well its fixed and it had nothing to do with the flash. I has a small oil leak under the pump that was dripping down to my Evolution Racewerks charge pipe. This was causing it to make out and create a leak at the intercooler side. Easy fix but not so much on the oil… Continue reading Update on flashing woes
So this is a continuation of some of the drivetrain malfunctions that were ties to the BM3 flash for the engine. I had a session yesterday with one of the Protuning Freak gents to fix the problem that I had with the transmission flash not being applied. It looked like they reflashed it with the… Continue reading Update on my Flashing Woes
So lately I have been getting drivetrain malfunctions and its tied to the BM3 flash. I was able to reproduce it by really getting into the throttle in sport mode and sport shift. I had this happen before the flash but it was not reproducible and happened rarely. I backed everything out the engine tune… Continue reading The BMW Project: Drive Train Malfunctions
Well she’s finally had a running heart. Mast Motorsports LS3 is alive and well.
After some thought I think I am going to leave my car with what I have now and forego any stage 2 mods. It’s my daily driver and need it to be there when I need it to be. I always have my Camaro to play with and thinking of my next build... Corvette? M3?… Continue reading The BMW Project: Phase 2
Now that the suspension is done it was off too paint. I handed this to Butch on or around fall of 2014/15. He had other jobs and I want in a hurry so he took about 9-10 months to complete. I decided to take it to a local painter not far from where I live.… Continue reading 1979 Camaro Z28 Project: Part 3
Last time we left off was back in 2012 when she had rust repair done and a rollcage put in and Detroit Speed (DSE) tubs. Once I received my car back I immediately started on everything under the car: suspension, brakes, differential and transmission. Initially I wanted to use all Speedtech Performance but at the… Continue reading 1979 Camaro Z28 Project: Part 2