Waterford Hills Raceway 9/10/06.
Waterford the same day.
Under the hood. Roughly 280-300 Hp. Ran a 13.97 once. You can see the adjustment knobs for the Koni Yellow's, which kick ass. Also check out my jumper posts for my trunk mount battery which are on the strut tower brace bracket. AC Delete saves me about 40 lbs. The engine is mostly stock. Ported heads, ported TPI base, siamese SLP runners, MAP conversion, headers, offroad pipe, 3" cat-back, stock cam, and my own custom chip. I need 2-3x more power however.
C5 Brakes and a bit of yellow showing from the Koni's. The rotors are almost 13" in diameter. I run Carbotech xP8 pads, which are dirty and noisy, but stop very well. Hoosier "Cup" series 275/35/18's on AFS 18x9.5 ZR1 replicas. Rims weigh 20.5 lbs each and the total weight with tire was about 44-45. I also have vented and slotted rotors with Carbotech Bobcat pads that I intended to use on the street, but have less than 20 miles on them because I'm in between track days all the time and I really like the bite of the XP8's.
I'm coming back onto the track after a spinout at Grattan Raceway. Props to the guy that took this picture (found it on a message board at motorcitymuscle.com)
UPDATED:Camber Curves for a 3rd Gen that has been lowered (or raised) by changing the spring compressed height. You can see how lowering a car takes away the negitive camber gain. That is why I am looking at other ways to lower the car.
Ever wonder what the cross section of the front chassis of a 3rd gen looks like? This is a cut right through the strut towers. My buddy made this cut so we could fit it on his trailer, so I took some pics. The K-member is gone at this point (I have plans for it).
Roof off of the same junker. If I ever get the go-nads I'll cut off my t-tops and put this on my car. I hate t-tops.