Agreed. The trucks today are so good.I know they are just tweaking you, but as an owner of a 3500HD Silverado turbodiesel with Allison transmission, I really think for us normal folks and any towing we would do, the Dodge, Ford, and Chevy really are very comparable, unlike cars which are a much more invested personal choice.
I'm enthralled by your build.Okay - so back to car stuff.
I'm in the process of evaluating a couple things, ordering a couple more things, and openly exploring others.
No worries. I get the question a lot and it's a good one. If I were to start all over knowing that the end goal was race car, I'd buy a wrecked car and do a CPC conversion and then follow the same path I'm on now--focusing on engine reliability (CPC and drysump), safety (cage, fire suppression, etc.) and suspension (coilovers and brakes). I'd be a lot further along for less money.I'm enthralled by your build.
If you were starting over now, knowing how many things you were going to change on the car, do you think you'd still by a GT350 (or even a street car?). It almost seems like you could have bought an actual retired GT4 car.
I ask genuinely, not to judge or discredit the building you've done.
A truer word has never been written. I'm sure you lost some blood from your hands after all that!Well! the full race car conversion of HB has commenced. I've fully stripped the drive train, fuel system, and interior.....Once I got the interior stripped, I started on removing the remaining sound deadener with a heat gun and pain scraper......