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Old 05-29-04, 05:54PM   #1
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Thumbs up New 455HO GTO hits the streets! Copied and Pasted

MTI has just finished it's first GTO with a new Prototype engine. The displacement is 455 cubic inches using a Darton MID block. Final rear wheel #'s are 519 rwhp and 527 rwtq. Baseline stock numbers were 291 rwhp and 308 rwtq. That is a 227 rwhp increase! Needless to say, this car is amazing.

Oh, BTW, this is through ceramic cats and a very small cam...

More info & pics to come!

Jayson - MTI


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If you are in the Houston area and see that car, I wouldn't attempt to race it
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Old 07-02-04, 10:58AM   #2
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Gach, who in Houston ownes it?
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Old 07-02-04, 08:54PM   #3
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Don't know, they never gave his name. AWESOME car.
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Old 07-16-04, 02:02PM   #4
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That is saaaweeeeeeet. [thumbs]

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Old 07-16-04, 02:03PM   #5
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That engine is crammed in there isn't it.
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Old 08-05-04, 01:30PM   #6
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:rolleyes: WOOF WOOF!! :rolleyes:


Hope the Judge looks better!!!!

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Old 08-06-04, 01:21AM   #7
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Sorry Lou, but that car is a total disappointment (in my opinion)


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Old 08-06-04, 02:13AM   #8
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it looks cramped, but there is acutally quite a bit of room.
Compared to a newer F body that is.
Installing headers on that car woudl take literally about 30 min a side there is that much room in there.
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