I'm normally a sucker for a chopped top, but I LIKE IT TALL... There, I said it. PLEASE don't hammer it too much...it just looks "right" the way it is...just my .02...
I just dropped Kevin a PM over on the HAMB regarding the rear frame layout.......damn thing intrigues me....
Now, off my soapbox, the Cammer parts where sourced by Kevin and assembled by Opel Engineering, one of a couple shops that have experience with the mill. the 8 ft. cam chains alone intimidated me. As soon as Kevin finishes the headers, we will get a dyno pull. I'll post the results once they're available. I predict HP above 725 and similar TQ numbers. In the 2600# truck should be better than a cup of coffee.
Thanks for your reply, it was good to share ideas.
Love this project. A buddy has a Cammer powered 32 coupe. That thing isn't a car, it's an axe murderer with headlights.
Always looking for more pics or info on early (pre-Y2K) Fox Body Mustang Pro 5.0 class racers, magazine test cars, etc.
I have checked out your truck in the shop and it is truley a monster.
Good call with HRCC, they do some great work and I have some good friends that work there.
Love the cammer (I'm a Mopar guy).
I prefer chopped and no channel, but, its your truck, and it looks the biz engineering wise, so who cares what I think?
Your philoshophy on building, however, is spot on.