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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 12:39 pm 
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So a while ago I picked some rare old school parts, namely a Intense MP112 Kit. Rumor has it they only made betweek 5 to 10 of these kits. Kinda like the Whipple kits, these came out as the Turbo Kits were coming out.

I went over the top, with some notable things. the Cam/rocker/Head setup provide

.639 intake and .642 exhaust total lift.
ported ZZP alum heads, matched to the cam

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Intense MP112 Supercharger and Intercooler
Mini Adjustable AFC Calibrator
Silencer ports Welded shut
GM Supercharger Oil
Ported LIM
ZZP Ported Aluminum Heads
ARP 12 Point Head Studs
Victor Reinz OEM Head Gaskets
130lb Valve Springs
Titanium Retainers
Shimmed for 1.80 Install Height
Reuseable Rocker bolts
Cam Motion custom cam (similar to the Intense S4)
ZZP 1.7 Modded Rocker arms
New GM Cam Bolt
GM LS7 Lifters
Manton Stage 5 pushrods
Rollmaster Double Timing set
Machined Rollmaster Crank Gear
Machined Oil Pump Cover
Double Thick Front Cover gasket
ATI Performance Products SFI-Approved 8 Rib Damper
ATI Crank Bolt
Intense Remote Oil Filter Adapter Plate
Metal Coolant Elbows
Rebuilt GM Mechman 320A alternator
Stainless Tubing PCV system


a few pics
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Custom Grind Cam Motion Cam
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and the Tear down Begins
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Removing parts and noticing how clean it is inside. Religious Oil Changes and Maintenance will do that !
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Getting all the old stuff off and prepping for new

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Machined oil pump Cover
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New thickness
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Stock Thickness
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Installed packed with Vaseline
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Balance shaft Gears and Cam Retainer Plate

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Cam Motion Cam, next to the stocker
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In the hole
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Retainer plate back on
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RollMaster Double
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Dots Lines up and Picture for reference
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LS7 Lifters Installed and torqued down to 22ft lbs
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ARP studs

Cleaned out all old debris with a tap
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Once cleaned I used Permatex High Temp Thread sealant in the Holes and Installed
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ZZP ported Alum Heads

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Intense Oil Filter Relocation Kit
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Pushrods.

Intense Oil Restricted on Left
Manton Stage 5 In Middle
Stock On Right

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Valve Train Assembly
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ZZP Modded 1.7 Rocker Arms
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Stainless Header Bolts
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Accessory side dressed up
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LIM gaskets and LIM
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All assembled and ready to stick back in
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And the Final Product

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 12:54 pm 
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This post is just downright pornographic, so much so that it may be a violation of site rules.

Thank you for sharing it anyway :)

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Amazing work Pat, I'm glad to have finally been able to see your car this year at the meet. Inside and out, it's a stunner.

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Great execution as always.

I don't know why but I definitely think a bigger blower is the way to go with this car.

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Looks great! But the real question is how does it run? :evil:

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2016 10:00 pm 
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Looks great! But the real question is how does it run? :evil:


If I didn't know any better, I would suspect he is hoping to crack 11's (or a transmission), but I say that, and I don't recall the 8-ball mod list.

I think 8 ball bested 12.1.

Someone else managed a 11.6 twincharged Bonneville, but the project was abandoned on account of repeated head gasket failures.

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RJolly87 wrote:
98SSE wrote:
Looks great! But the real question is how does it run? :evil:


If I didn't know any better, I would suspect he is hoping to crack 11's (or a transmission), but I say that, and I don't recall the 8-ball mod list.

I think 8 ball bested 12.1.

Someone else managed a 11.6 twincharged Bonneville, but the project was abandoned on account of repeated head gasket failures.


Nice. Its a killer setup for sure. I'm over here hoping to break 13's when I get my rockers installed lol.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2016 8:14 am 
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RJolly87 wrote:
98SSE wrote:
Looks great! But the real question is how does it run? :evil:


If I didn't know any better, I would suspect he is hoping to crack 11's (or a transmission), but I say that, and I don't recall the 8-ball mod list.

I think 8 ball bested 12.1.

Someone else managed a 11.6 twincharged Bonneville, but the project was abandoned on account of repeated head gasket failures.


it is as fast at 50% throttle as the Gen V build was at 100% throttle.

The Trans is bullet proof im not worried about that

Honestly im not "in search" of a specific time. I will dyno it possibly in the fall and take it to the track.

I did the build because of the uniqueness of the Intense Kit. There will probably not be another one offered for sale.


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Yikes! Thanks for sharing the pics though....how difficult is it to drop the whole subframe like that to pull the engine? Looks like Jackstands for the body...no lift?

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2016 10:37 am 
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Yikes! Thanks for sharing the pics though....how difficult is it to drop the whole subframe like that to pull the engine? Looks like Jackstands for the body...no lift?



its actually not bad at all. The Rear of the car is on Ramps, and the front is on Jackstands. Once its high enough it simply drops out.

my buddy has a lift in his garage at his house but I didn't want to tie it up while mine was getting worked on. I have a big enough space that it actually was enjoyable to work on


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IIRC, the reason that Intense didn't go further with Bone Evil was not due to transmission problems, but because they kept blowing out axles. Great looking build!

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Wasn't Bad SSEi's drivetrain the same one that was in the Spirit of Bonneville? At least at one point it was.

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Wasn't Bad SSEi's drivetrain the same one that was in the Spirit of Bonneville? At least at one point it was.


I think the supercharger came from it at least.

I don't think it was the whole drivetrain though.

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RJolly87 wrote:
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Wasn't Bad SSEi's drivetrain the same one that was in the Spirit of Bonneville? At least at one point it was.


I think the supercharger came from it at least.

I don't think it was the whole drivetrain though.


Definitely not the transmission. The spirit of Bonneville car's FDR was too tall for the 1/4.

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This post is just downright pornographic, so much so that it may be a violation of site rules.



Correct. :ban:

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Pat, that was a joy to go through those photos. You do beautiful work. Wish I could go for a ride! I would surely eeep.

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Super cool seeing this after being able to see the car in person at the meet. I second the want for a ride lol

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