Well, we 60' the same, but after that....haha! dig please
Honestly, the complexity of turbo is what doesn't appeal to me on a street car. The packaging and reliability of an LSA is tough to beat. Now, stuff like oil-less turbos and electronic wastegates are pretty damn cool though.
Thinking about having Pat G tune it. Not 100% yet as its almost impossible to catch him with as busy as he stays. I'm not trying to go crazy I just got rid of a built blower coyote that peeled paint off sport bikes...and my old lady wasn't having any more of that so I told her id get a 4 door car.lolI'm here! Yes, I went 134mph. That's about the max mph I'll probably see, but going to shoot for a 9.999 in the spring.
With a cam, headers, and any reasonably designed intake, you'll definitely make that much power. If you put it on E85, you'll probably make 600-650.
My car is cammed, but it's not a crazy lope by any means. You can feel it slightly wobble the car at a stop light, but it's very easy and nice to drive.
Who is going to tune your car? That's a huge part.
Everything is for sale man.Feel free to shoot me an offerAssuming you use the CTS-V LSA belt system, you're supposed to change the serpentine belt tensioner (the one that mounts to the water pump) and it has a slightly different length belt. Otherwise, it's all the same.
Another thing... the large bracket that holds the supercharger belt tensioner can be trimmed to allow the wiring harness to route much more easily. See pic. It allows the large part of the harness to sit under the bracket.
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Haha gotcha. Pat G is a good choice if you can get him.Thinking about having Pat G tune it. Not 100% yet as its almost impossible to catch him with as busy as he stays. I'm not trying to go crazy I just got rid of a built blower coyote that peeled paint off sport bikes...and my old lady wasn't having any more of that so I told her id get a 4 door car.lol
I don't need another LSAEverything is for sale man.Feel free to shoot me an offer
I would add a an interchiller tank and it fits nicely in the plenum chamberAlready have injectors the ZL1 Lid and ID 1000's.Can someone please vet my list because I don't see how an LSA swap is cheaper than buying a Novi or a Paxton?
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