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  1. sjw
    05-27-2016 08:14 PM - permalink
    sjw
    It is a Ford 9in IRS kit from DSS. It is a basic universal kit that needs fitted. Dave initially tried doing the fabrication on the car. It didnt turn out like he wanted so he pulled it and started over. He spent a bunch of time and built a jig so fabrication will be much easier from here on out. Give him a call and he will be able to help you out.

    - Shawn
  2. RobertAshby
    10-14-2015 11:17 AM - permalink
    RobertAshby
    Thank You, I've also had an $80k swing in my life the wrong way since starting this project. Hoping it since down soon. Seemed such a no brainer to do the conversion but probably should have went with DDM , wouldn't have had these types of problems.
    Enjoy that car !
    Robert
  3. RMarion
    10-14-2015 10:34 AM - permalink
    RMarion
    Robert, just wanted you to know that I have great empathy for your situation with your conversion. I'm 65 as well and have been through a divorce much like you. I love my Solstice. I sold my 2002 Camaro SS after I bought the Solstice. While I loved the SS power (LS1) and M six speed and the handling I enjoy the open motoring provided by the Solstice. I'm an old British car guy and this is the closest to that experience. Keep the faith and keep us informed on your car. Best wishes.

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  • About RobertAshby
    Biography
    64, nam combat vet, married with one boy(11!).
    Location
    Glendale, Arizona
    Interests
    motorcycles, camping, guns & FAMILY.m near 64 & last raced shifter go karts a few years a& recently sold my long distance setup Hayabusa. I did 1079 miles in 10 hrs 28 min last year on the backroads of Nevada.
    Occupation
    tired again = re tired
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  • Signature
    2007 Cool Sol, The Anaconda (Annie)
    Built by PerformanceAutoWerks
    GM 480hp LS3, & T-56 6 speed
    WERKS tunnel/rear frame brace
    WERKS XL aluminum 4 row radiator with built in oil cooler
    WERKS dual 3 inch SS exhaust.
    CCW C10 18 inX9.5 satin black wheels,
    DDM ProBeam
    BC Coil overs
    Wilwood large brakes
    RACELOGIC traction control

    Picked up at Performance AutoWerks June 12th, 2014 & driven Rt 66 & I40 about 1700 miles home in 3 days

    Wolfhounds Infantry 'Nam '70-'71

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  • Last Activity: 02-22-2017 08:54 PM
  • Join Date: 02-14-2014

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    2007 Pontiac Solstice
    Anna (Annaconda)

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02-05-2017
11:51 AM - raygun quoted RobertAshby in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
Finally have the pictures from G...
12-25-2016
08:03 AM - sjw quoted RobertAshby in post Build pics
Any chance youll test the rear e...
12-21-2016
09:24 AM - ChopTop quoted RobertAshby in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
Pics on Facebook so far. Best sp...
08-09-2016
10:44 PM - King-Oka quoted RobertAshby in post SIZZLE - Western Canada's V8 Solstice
Beautiful! Even with issues, ove...
07-23-2016
12:49 PM - cdflint quoted RobertAshby in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
Looks like it is nearly back tog...
04-10-2016
10:30 AM - rob the elder quoted RobertAshby in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
Only wish it was normal, ls2edit...
10:11 AM - mkriebs quoted RobertAshby in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
No ! Not at all ! Just having so...
08:51 AM - RobertAshby quoted mkriebs in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
Hope that's not aimed at me....
04-09-2016
01:39 PM - RobertAshby quoted mkriebs in post My WERKS 6.2 V8 build
At this point is a pretty no...
 
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