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Old 05-07-2013, 06:08 AM   #2059
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Just wanted to show the motor i just built for my car. Already had a lot of underhood dressup. Just your normal 850hp/1050tq LS3. Added some more powdercoated parts like the intake and intake tube. All fittings and hoses are AN fittings now and added new bolts to the engine.

Nathan, you should be commited!
I like how you powder coated the OEM fuel rail
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:04 AM   #2060
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I like how you powder coated the OEM fuel rail
thanks. yea the stock rail works just fine with high hp builds and i like the saftey of it also.
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:21 AM   #2061
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thanks. yea the stock rail works just fine with high hp builds and i like the saftey of it also.
Safety? Hmm do you mean to say that aftermarket fuel rails aren't as safe?
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Old 05-07-2013, 01:32 PM   #2062
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Safety? Hmm do you mean to say that aftermarket fuel rails aren't as safe?
not saying that, but i wont run an aftermarket rail on my car.
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Old 05-07-2013, 02:18 PM   #2063
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not saying that, but i wont run an aftermarket rail on my car.
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:46 AM   #2064
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Nathan just wanted to let you know your windows will be shipping today or tomorrow. cant wait to see them installed on this beautiful build!
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Old 05-09-2013, 10:43 AM   #2065
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Installed. Ill post better pics later!
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Just wanted to show the motor i just built for my car. Already had a lot of underhood dressup. Just your normal 850hp/1050tq LS3. Added some more powdercoated parts like the intake and intake tube. All fittings and hoses are AN fittings now and added new bolts to the engine.

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NICE! I hope to one day visit you guys for a tune
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Old 05-09-2013, 11:53 AM   #2066
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Old 05-09-2013, 12:37 PM   #2067
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Nathan just wanted to let you know your windows will be shipping today or tomorrow. cant wait to see them installed on this beautiful build!
OMG he's now gone too far, he has powder coated the windows.









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Nope - Optic Armor makes lightweight racing windows/windshields
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NATHAN weigh the factory glass and new glass before you install them.
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Intrested in the wieght differance also.
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:54 AM   #2072
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I'm never gone...watch this and the other thread daily. Just quiet while I
Ground-breaking work you guys are doing. One question I have: how is the hood going to seal at the top along the windshield? Or does this become your new windshield "defroster"?
LOL, Here is how the factory does it.

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I'm not sure I will do it this way as I'm contemplating doing a flat fore wall. I will just depend on how much time I have to get everything done.

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Now I just need to clean the rest of it.

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I can see myself just cutting those bolts and adding studs just to remove the substructure..

Yet so I will have to remove the windshield for the cage anyway..

Thanks Nathan.

I agree LC, I'm going to try an figure something out befroe reinstalling as it would a PITA if I ever have to do it again and something tells me I probably will be doing it again.

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Hey all, if anyone is looking to flip their fuel rails 180 - I have an extra short GM braided hose for sale that connects to the fuel line (as seen in my picture below). No need to post here, just PM me please!

Keep up the good work Nathan - I am getting ready to do cam, head work, FAST intake, headers and stall!
Alright Indy Your car just keeps getting better and better!

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Installed. Ill post better pics later!
Black10 that just looks crazy sick

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Nathan just wanted to let you know your windows will be shipping today or tomorrow. cant wait to see them installed on this beautiful build!
Hey Jim, I cant wait! Every ounce removed is HUGE, special coming off the top of the car.

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OMG he's now gone too far, he has powder coated the windows.









That was suppose to be our secret

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You got it.

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