I was assuming that you purchased their kit. Here's how they describe their C6 500 HP rebuild kit:Would you please clarify what exactly you are asking me?
I'm running a C4 transmission and ordered parts that would handle much more power than my engine is currently making now. As my power level increases, so will the transmission mods.I was assuming that you purchased their kit. Here's how they describe their C6 500 HP rebuild kit:
Finally a complete do it yourself kit for a true high performance C6! This kit comes with all needed soft parts as well as very detailed instructions to show you how to modify your C6 for most any type of application. This kit includes all friction and steel plates, selective style steel plates, stepped pressure plate to add 1 extra friction in your direct drum, Carbon/Kevlar flex band, all gaskets and seals, #9 needle bearing kit, F ratio servo lever, complete thrust washer kit with selective washers, 5 stage shift kit, vacuum modulator, pump bushing, extension housing bushing, heavy gauge deep steel oil pan, filter and our technical manual with several photos and modifications explained even for the novice builder. All modifications can be done with a set of drills and a hand grinder. Please note some prior transmission rebuilding experience and special tools is recommended.
So they say that a novice can use their kit successfully but they hedge a bit saying that prior experience rebuilding transmissions is recommended. Thus, I'd be interested in your opinion as to the quality of the documentation provided. Could a novice actually pull this off successfully?
Mirror image of my build and not too far away geographically.. Look forward to seeing the completion of this build..... and maybe even seeing you at the track!Getting closer!
The last set of headers that I built already had the cobra jet flanges. I'm just waiting on the new converter to show up so that I can start to assemble.Mirror image of my build and not too far away geographically.. Look forward to seeing the completion of this build..... and maybe even seeing you at the track!
What are you using for headers with those aluminum SCJ heads?
I'm contemplating just building mine, I've found stainless flanges specifically for the SCJ-A/B at SPD exhaust in case you were going the same route.
I definitely need to cut the hood and install a different scoop, or invest in an H.O. Fibertrends hood. Without the drop base air cleaner base, the air filter will be about 2-2 1/2" above the hood.Been hoping to see this new combo up and running. Looks real good. Kinda wondering what the hood clearance was going to be now.
I'm running with the stock k-member with 2" spacers. It looks like with the victor intake, it may only sit 1-1 1/2" above the hood. There's only one way to find out though.Are you running a stock or tubular K- member ? Did you invest in any K member spacers? I believe a 2" will take care of that problem..
I plan on running a motor plate with my (identical) setup...one of these days I might actually be around enough to put it all together.