Cadillac Kid 1 wrote:PJ,
I don't know what your definition of "ghetto blaster" is. How does that tye into automotive performance? Cadillacs are (relative) low speed torque motors. Stock motors are in the 400 lb/ft region in the low 2000 rpm range. With your cdar weighing close to 1/2 of what the 76 the motor came out of you probably have a hard time keeping tires on it as is. I understand that the current think is that if you are able to destroy the tires while going no wheres you are excelling at something, but exactly what is it you are trying to do?
Around here i have to drive through the Latin Kings, Bloods, drug dealers ect. Im not going to be poking around like grand dad on a sunday stroll, even on sundays.
Thanks to you and others ive kept my build cheap. Only cause im broke!! hahaha.
I wanted a car that will push you back in the seat at any normal speed, hug the corners, and have a deep tone. I wanted a very fun daily driver. Use it for commiting(3 mile to work,lucky me) but still spin tire if i wanted to(not that i can afford replacing them with college tuiton)
and with the caddies reputation for dependability im golden.
Now if i could just get this th400 done, Id be very happy
edit: If you lived here you need/want performace to "Ghetto Way"
im so funny
1981 Pontiac Trans Am Powered By A 1976 Cadillac.