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    Calibur45

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    Join date : 2011-09-30
    Age : 30
    Location : Stillwater, OK

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    Post  Calibur45 on Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:49 pm

    Hey all,

    I recently purchased a 2000 Firehawk and was already in the Stillwater Sports Car Club, and Chris mentioned that i should come join you guys as well. Alright, here's the rundown on my Black-Hawk Wink

    I did a recent tuning session with the new cam at APS automotive in OKC. On their load bearing Mustand Dyno it made 444rwhp/412tq so on a dynojet that would be something like 500-510rwhp.

    2000 Pontiac Formula Firebird Firehawk production# 668
    (This is 1 or 2 Black Hardtop Formula Firehawks produced in 2000)

    Exterior- Black Trans- 6spd manual
    Interior- Ebony Miles – 61,000 (13k on engine)

    Engine-
    1. 402ci LS2 block
    2. Callies Magnum crank
    3. Callies Compstar rods
    4. Diamond Pistons
    5. Vindicator Cam 240/244 .608/.596 112
    6. High flow oil pump
    7. Ported AFR 225 heads.
    8. Ported LSX 90mm intake
    9. Nick Williams 90mm throttle body
    10. Underdrive pulley
    11.Kooks headers and Y pipe, no cats
    12. SLP Dual Dual exhaust

    Suspension
    1. Ground Control coil overs on front with 600lb springs, rear springs are custom straight 200lb rate springs with Ground Control height adjusters
    2. Koni Double Adjustable shocks
    3. Aluminum rear lower control arms with quality rod ends
    4. 35mm hollow front sway bar
    5. 22mm hollow rear sway bar
    6. Aluminiun adjustable rear panhard bar quality rod ends
    7. 17X10.5 280 Motorsports with Nitto 315s
    8. Sub Frame Connectors
    9. Drive shaft loop
    10. 6 point roll cage
    11. Battery relocated to right rear with required external cut-off switch
    12. Tubular K frame
    13. Tubular torque arm

    Brakes
    1. Brake ducting from lower spoiler to rotor hats
    2. Hawk pads in front and rear.
    3. LG Motorsports caliper relocation brackets. C5 Corvette rotors.

    Interior
    1. 6 point roll cage
    2. Battery relocated to right rear with required external cut-off switch
    3. 6 point harness
    4. Programmable LED shift light

    Axle is a 10 bolt with a TA rear girdle filled with 4.10 gears






    thanks,
    -Dustin
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    Zooguy

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    Join date : 2010-02-04
    Age : 28
    Location : stillwater/ okc

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    Post  Zooguy on Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:58 pm

    nice to see meet ya and also a nice car. birds FTW
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    pumpjack

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    Location : Richardson, TX

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    Post  pumpjack on Sat Oct 01, 2011 1:08 am

    yep

    Atta boy. Sounds like a bad ass ride. Post up times in the summer track time thread?
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    Calibur45

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    Age : 30
    Location : Stillwater, OK

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    Post  Calibur45 on Tue Nov 15, 2011 9:58 am

    pumpjack wrote: yep

    Atta boy. Sounds like a bad ass ride. Post up times in the summer track time thread?

    Only made it to the track once. It was a midnight drag session and the track was below 55 degrees. That combined with me not wanting to do a burnout or launch it hard do to the stock rear...made for bad times. Best of the night was a 13.2 with a 2.7 60' and 121mph trap speed. So plenty of room for improvement Wink
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    Zooguy

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    Location : stillwater/ okc

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    Post  Zooguy on Sun Nov 20, 2011 8:57 am

    today you could try agian

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