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A cool kit car I would like to own

I didn't know these things exsited GTM Supercar until I watched a episode of Horsepower TV. It may even be cheaper than the Arial Atom that I like thats $60k+. And it can be emissions and street legal.



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I watched it too. Seems like Factory Five has a few cool kit cars.....



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Cool kit! I really like America for those kits!
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I saw that show, real cool. They put a built LS motor in it. Arial atom looks like a fun ride also.
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here is one my buddy is trying to move into production ... he has put a ton of work in on it... maybe his dream will come true one day.

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I saw that show, real cool. They put a built LS motor in it. Arial atom looks like a fun ride also.
It had a LS1 in it, then the owner opted for the GM E-ROD 6.2 crate motor. I liked how they doctored the numbers. They dynoed it at 490hp and 4xx tq. GM has it rated at 430's. If you noticed the engine was dynoed without accsories. I would have to see what it dynoed at the wheels after they was done.

Still an improvement over the LS1 that was in there.



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here is one my buddy is trying to move into production ... he has put a ton of work in on it... maybe his dream will come true one day.

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That is a cool car, except for the Ford engine part.. Hope he makes it into production, looks like a mix of Viper, Solstice, BMW and others, really nice.

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It had a LS1 in it, then the owner opted for the GM E-ROD 6.2 crate motor. .
Your pic shows LS-7 Z06 if I'm seeing it right.
What is an E-rod 6.2 crate motor?

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