some people plug both ports and have the evap tuned out, some people just hook up the evap system and plug one.Question on the snout ports that you plugged, I see some people use the one on the left for evap I believe. Any pros or cons to plugging them?
haha took me a month!! although I did swap cams...again. I was only working on it a few days after work too. Its really not that complicated, the trick is to get everything together so you don't have to wait on parts. I had a few parts snags that delayed things but I don't see any reason you couldn't get it done in a weekend.those two things are already done!
Yes the ECM will need to be tuned.Great Write up. Thanks for taking the time to do that. I have two questions related to adding a supercharger, that I didnt see mentioned.
1. Is it necessary to have the ECM retuned?
2. How does the tranny hold up to the extra power? I would love some more power, but wouldn't want to do anything that is going to shorten the tranny life.
I 2nd.. with so many after market kits available I'm trying to figure out why so many peeps want the LSA?
Besides being half the price of a maggie 1900 or 2300, they make more power much more easily.Cause they are cheaper to get then buying the aftermarket units.
I went into this wanting to pulley down so a zl1 pump and big injectors were mandatory for me. I also didn't want to run a bap or meth to prop up my fuel system. I just don't trust the bap and didn't want to risk a failure. Its the hidden cost that you aren't seeing. For example I had a vararam so I had to piece together a intake $150 (filter + 4" spectre piping + maf housing), fuel connection kit etc. The LSA is a build that you can do as cheap or as expensive as you want. For example I spent $70 on the engine cover, $60 on power steering relocation, coil relocation brackets etc :slap: If I add in the broken transmission we are heading for 5k real fast.^ Its hard for me to grasp how it can cost so much if the actual blower itself costs around $700. I understand you need injectors and a fuel pump (but not sure why one would need a fuel pump when I only used a Kenny Bell Boost-a-Pump on my stock C5 fuel pump) But unless you just wanted to upgrade your fuel system to start with then why the $3500??