Car '01 Mallett Z06
Owner Kevin Helmintoller
Block Stock LS6 aluminum, re-sleeved to 4.100-in bore
Displacement 436 ci
Compression Ratio 11.2:1
Heads LS3 with Stage V CNC porting
Valves REV 2.16/1.65
Camshaft AntiVenom Eliminator X
Rocker Arms Stock 1.7 LS3
Pistons JE forged aluminum
Crankshaft Lunati forged, 4.125-in stroke
Rods Eagle 3D forged
Intake Manifold Custom Beck sheetmetal
Throttle Body 95mm Comtech
Fuel Injectors Mototron 60-lb/hr
Fuel Pump Stock
Ignition Custom-mounted MSD coils and wires
Engine Management Stock PCM with AntiVenom programming
Power Adder N/A
Exhaust System 17/8-in Kooks long-tube headers,
Stainless Works 3-in exhaust, B&B Triflow mufflers
Transmission GM/Rockland six-speed with heavy-duty internals
Clutch SPEC Stage III
Driveshaft Stock
Front Suspension Mallett with Penske remote-reservoir
adjustable shocks
Rear Suspension Mallett with Penske remote-reservoir
adjustable shocks
Rearend Stock with heavy-duty internals, hardened 4.10 gears
Front Brakes Stock with drilled rotors
Rear Brakes Stock with drilled rotors
Wheels CCW
Front Tires Mickey Thompson ET Front
Rear Tires Mickey Thompson ET Street, 28x12.5x16
Current Mileage Approx. 13,905
Amount Driven Weekly
Best ET/MPH 11.002 at 128.11

'73 Coupe
We know what you're thinking: 600 ci, a parachute, tires the size of Godzilla's thumbnail. No way is this thing a legitimate street car. While we were initially inclined to agree with you, a closer look at the '73's specs revealed a vehicle that was far more at home on the open road than its strip-forged mien might suggest. Sure enough, the car completed our 25-mile street slog without incident, this despite the aforementioned heat and a cruising speed that topped 65 mph on the highway portion.