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I finshed the install of the wilwood superlites on the front end... I already had VB&P aluminum hubs and sport rotors...

The Basset wheels clear fine. I used Polymatix E compound pads.

Rather than CNC plasma cutting my own brackets I picked up front an rear bracket/line kits from Keith at Corvette Engineering... Saves a ton of time and thry are quality parts.

I did the rear's last night using forged billet dynalites and Polymatrix Q pads

Pics will follow when they get approved.

Tomorrow it's get the free hand plasma cutter out and make my trans x-member removable and pull the tranny/driveshaft :smack :smack
 

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does my eye see steeroids or home made?? May I suggest beefing up that mount? I changed it into this, severely reduced the amount of flex.

 

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yep its a steeroids with little tweekin :laughing:
Can seem to leave stuff alone... I been watching for cracks.

I'll look after it before I do any punishing activites :lookinup:

I've got the diff, trailing arms, trans & drive shaft out right now. I'm gonna do the trans xmember and the seats in the next few days... Then its back to gettin it inspected and driving.

I also plan on doing the dash, firebottle, and lower a-arms this year.

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How much weight savings? I COULD be persuaded if it's a considerable drop.
Weight = the neemy of speed :D
 

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Lots of unsprung :thumbsup:

I'd believe Keith's advertised numbers :cheers:
 
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