Originally posted by Beasst1 My Bandit goes into the shop on April 2nd for the fourth and possibly final phase of upgrades. I' getting a ProCharger Supercharger put on and electric cut-outs on the exhaust. 700 horsepower is what is expected on the dyno but we'll see. This should complete my vision of a "Modern Day Bandit" that has the feel of the original and the performance of a supercar. I hope everything comes out ok.
Take care one and all and I'm looking forward to seeing ya on the run.
Originally posted by ponchofreek Manny, Gotta keep me up on how the performance is on that one after the Procharger... Can't decide turbo , magnacharger or procharger on the basket case..
A L S O... fuel mileage & dependability>
Look forward to you blowing past my stock WS6!
Originally posted by ICRAZY6 I had plans of putting one on my car just like Manny is doing while I was in Afghanistan. But... I'm looking to buy a house while the intrest rates are down and and would be spending upwards of $10k to do it along with a built motor.
I've been building my car @ss backwards with a built 9" then just dropped a Stage IV 4L60E tranny in the car. Next will be motor and procharger. Seems like theres always something around the house that needs fixed or replaced, like the house itself.
Maybe for Bandit Run 2011
I'm going to have to see if Manny will take me for a spin. That car is going to be a whole different car with it on there.
Originally posted by ICRAZY6 Update:
As of lastnight the car is back together and driveable. Finnally got my bolt on Monday. Starting to attach the swaybar but got pulled off the car for something on the "Honey Due" list. So buttoned it all up on Tuesday. Pulled off the Drag Radial and put back on the street tires. Pulling out of the garage I was scraping and in the drive way. Went and put air in all the tires. 40psi in the rear and 42psi in the fronts, pulling back in the garage no scraping.
Thinking I'll give a friend that has a lift and welder a call and see if we can fab up a y-pipe and intermedary pipe that will tuck in close to the body for clearance.
Still plenty of other stuff to do.