That was me ask'n 'bout that. I see it in the pics..........wth, How did we get shafted out of those.........they look awesome and they also did the mesh piece below the center grills and in the rear..:thumbs:...AWE MAN there's gotta be someone out here that has them.Wow!!!! On another thread I commented about Race Mesh Grills not making fog light surrounds. Looks like they have done it for this ride. I would love a pair in black chrome!!!!!:thumbs:
I have good news! I reached out to Michael at Race Mesh Grilles and asked. As I mentioned in another thread two years ago they did not make them. THEY DO NOW!!!!!!:willy: I am going to get a set plus the lower valence in Black Chrome and get them shipped to Norm's Fibreglass for him to install when I go there in April. He will be putting on the GXP front splitter on so might as well get a complete nose job!!!:willy: Expensive...$389.00 for the two bezels but I gotta have them!:brentil:That was me ask'n 'bout that. I see it in the pics..........wth, How did we get shafted out of those.........they look awesome and they also did the mesh piece below the center grills and in the rear..:thumbs:...AWE MAN there's gotta be someone out here that has them.
Chop,Definitely one of my fav Kappa's. Like it so much tracked down the HPP magazine and bought it. The builder or owner posted a couple times on the forum. Told them it they made a poster available it would sell (at least one would hang in my garage). Great mechanics/visuals. More Hot Rod than sports car.
NS, we want pics.
Its an LS7. Should drop in just like the LS3That's awesome. probably required a lot more custom work compared to the LS3 install. Plus the big block is a bit heavier too. However, I'm sure the increase in torque makes it all worth it. I pulled a nice 350 out of my TA and dropped in a nice 454 and after cracking the bell housing in the TH350 tranny completely in half, I was very satisfied with the difference.
Hello, yes youre right but a lot of people hear 427 and get confused with the big block old school iron heavy engines of around a 69 L88 427 Corvette, those were great in the day. Ls series is basicly a aluminum small block but bored and stroked out to 427 cu in in lay mans terms.Its an LS7. Should drop in just like the LS3