It's Alive 

Again, it's been awhile since my last update. A hurricane and a few other life events but, the Camaro is almost done. All that's left is installing the glass and interior, touch up a couple of spots and done.

During this build, I've experienced an increasing number of bad parts. Name brand, American Made, expensive JUNK! I've been building cars for a long, long time. I've noticed a decline in quality and customer service from these companies,

over the last 7 years. Holley, Hooker, MSD, ACCEL and many others are all owned by the same people. I've tried to stick with SEMA endorsed products but, no more. SEMA does nothing for the consumer and that makes it really hard for the home-built Hot Rod crowd.

Anyway, here are a few shots and a video of the first start up. I installed the FiTech - EFI Go 4 - 600 HP system on the car......twice. The first one had a bad ECU, right out of the box. Still, it sounds great.

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