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Factory Five Customer Dave C.’s Stunning Gen 2 GTM

Posted on October 19th, 2012

Factory Five customer Dave C. sent us these photos of his recently finished Gen 2 GTM taken at the beautiful Christipher Newport University campus. The GTM is features the Chevrolet LS376/480 EFI engine putting out 500+ HP @ 4,800 RPM and Radial Mount forged narrow superlite brakes.

Here are the hard numbers:

Engine, Chevrolet LS376/480 EFI
Configuration – Pushrod 16v V-8 aluminum block & heads
Displacement – 376 CID / 6.2L
Maximum Horsepower – 500+ @ 6200 rpm
Maximum Torque – 475+ @ 4800 rpm
Redline – 6600 rpm
KOOKS custom long tube tuned headers and X pipe system
GM racing engine controller

Drivetrain – Mendeola SDR-5
Transaxle – 5 speed manual
Final drive ratio – 3.55:1 limited slip
Clutch – 11.0 in. single disc
Racelogic on the fly selectable / programmable traction control w/launch control

Suspension
Front suspension type – Independent double arm
Rear suspension type – Independent double arm
Shock-Springs – KONI® coil overs
Steering – Rack and pinion 3.25 turns lock-lock
Brakes – Radial Mount Forged Narrow Superlite 6R Big Brake Vented 14 in. front discs
Radial Mount Forged Narrow Superlite 4R Big Brake Vented 14 in.rear discs
Wheels – 18×9 front 18×12 rear forged aluminum
Tires – Toyo Proxes RA-1 245/40/18 F 335/30/18

Vehicle
Weight – 2435 lbs.
Weight Distribution F/R – 40.1/59.9 (%)
Wheelbase – 101 in.
Overall length – 171.5 in.
Front Track – 60.5 in.
Rear Track – 62.0 in.
Overall height – 42.5 in.
Overall width – 74 in.
Ground clearance – 4.25 in.
Fuel Capacity – 20 Gallons

Construction
Layout – Mid engine RWD Coupe
Frame – Tubular space frame
Roll cage – Frame integral 6 point roll cage
Sub-structure – Aluminum paneling riveted and bonded to frame
Restraint System – Manual 3 point belts
ISIS 3 Cell Multiplex Electrical system

Audio / Entertainment / Comfort
AM/FM stereo
HD Radio
XM Radio
Satellite Navigation
DVD
Back up camera
Air Conditioning
Power Windows
Power Mirrors
Shaved doors handles

Great job on the build, Dave!

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