1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: THE ENGINE
Mock-Up Engine Contd. The photo of the back side of the drivetrain gives us a good shot of the Quick Time bellhousing joining the engine and transmission together.
G–Force One's transmission is a unit from D & D Transmission and is a custom built Camaro T56 with all the upgrades to support over 800 horsepower reliably.
The clutch transferring all this power is sourced from a ZR1 and will be matched with a Lingenfelter flywheel.
Test Fitment Things are finally starting to come together with the test engine in place.
The fabricated firewall from Walden's Speed Shop looks amazing. Front fender–wells are in the works at the moment.
We'll have more photos and info as the build progresses.
Here's a close–up of the Thomson Automotive test engine in place as the engine bay comes together around it.
Engine Dyno Sheet Taking a look at the dyno–sheet to the left absolutely demonstrates the amount of reliable power that can be made with an LS engine.
With 777.9 hp @6200 rpms and a staggering 824.6 lb. ft. of torque on hand at a mere 4400 rpm this combination will make G–Force One something to contend with.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: BODY AND PAINT| 10/14/2011
Fabrication on the G–Force One's rear tubs begins in the photo to the left.
The rear of this car is going to be squatting over 335 section width tires so tubbing out the rear was a necessity.
1987 Pontiac Grand Prix - Project: G-Force One: INTERIOR| 09/17/2011
As you can tell, the interior of the Grand Prix looks flawless, which is characteristic of a car that has a mere 63 miles on it.
All of this will be changing drastically as goes through it's evolution into a pro–touring monster!
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