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Old 06-29-2017, 02:51 PM   #1
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Bought my 2006 cobalt ss/sc in Feb. 2015 & placed my first mod order sept. 26th 2015 with a plan in mind, to build an American boosted 4 cylinder car to compete in auto cross & time attack events.

Japanese cars are the norm & by far most popular time attack 4 cylinder cars for many reasons but we intend to take our minority American 4 banger to the track & not only compete but win these events 🤔😉
👍🏼

Today ill be hopefully starting he car for the first time since December 2016 prior to a lot more work & changes to the car since last season. Below is a list of mods (car was stock when I bought it) I did all the work myselfand I'll post some pics. Hopefully I'll have some results to post here soon, dyno, time slips, auto cross & time attack results.
I hope you like the car, if I can help you in anyway with your build or if you have questions, let me know!

2006 Chevy SS SUPERCHARGED Modification List

-Engine Air
~HARROP HTV TVS 1320 LSJ Supercharger
~OTTP 3.5" Stainless Cold Air Intake
~ZZP 2.8" TVS Modular Pulley
~Turbonetics 4" Velocity Stack w/ 8.25" Bell
~Spectre 9831 4" Inline Air Filter Housing 10.25" L x 6.25" W
~ZZP LS4 Throttle Body
~ZZP Throttle Body Spacer Plate

~ZZP 1/2" Aluminum Supercharger Spacer Plate
~Street Savage Polished Manifold Inlet, Ported & Polished Outlets On Intake Manifold
~ZZP Long Tube Header 1.75" Primaries, 3" Exit Flange
~ZZP 3" Down Pipe (W/O Cat)
~ZZP 3" Stainless Exhaust
~ZZP Stainless Resonator
~Stainless ZZP Muffler
~ZZP Oil Cap Valve Cover Breather
~Spectre PCV Delete Breather Filter
~Vibrant Performance Reinforced Silicone Intake Couplers
~Vibrant Performance T-Band Intake Clamps
~Summit Racing Billet Hose Fittings, Drilled & Tapped Into Intake Manifold (1 for AEM Boost gauge, 1 for Boost Referenced FPR)


-Engine Fuel
~Fuel Lab 515 Boost Referenced Fuel Pressure Regulator & Fuel Lab Fuel Pressure Gauge
~AEM E85 320 IPH High Flow Fuel Pump In Canister
~Siemens/Mototron Deka IV 80# Fuel Injectors
~ZZP Ev1 Injector Adapter
~OTTP Fuel Pump Rewire kit
~OTTP Fuel Rail Fitting
~OTTP Billet Injector Insulators
~Russel -6AN Steel Braided Fuel Lines
~Russel Billet Aluminum Fuel Fittings
~AC Delco Return Style Fuel Filter
~Sunoco E85-R Race Fuel

-Engine Ignition
~ZZP 47KV Ignition Coil Packs
~NGK V-Power Spark Plugs (-2 Steps Colder)
~ZZP Alternator Voltage Booster
~Interstate Batteries MEGA-TRON


-Engine Cooling
~Street Savage 4 Core x 1 Pass (2 inlets right side, 3 outlets left side) Intake Manifold Intercooler
~Street Savage Stainless Intercooler manifold (2 end ports, 4 ports in between)
~Street Savage 2 Gallon Inline Ice Box & Coolant Reservoir
~ZZP Stage 3 Front Mount Dual Pss Heat Exchanger
~ZZP Stealth Aluminum Heat Exchanger
~ZZP Dual Pass Intercooler Plate
~ZZP Heat Exchanger Overflow
~Bosch Inline Coolant Pump 480 GPH
~800 GPH Ice Box Coolant Pump
~ZZP Oversized Aluminum Radiator
~ZZP Silicone Upper & Lower Radiator Hoses
~ZZP LSJ Phenolic Intake Spacer
~ZZP LSJ Upgraded Laminova O-Rings
~DEI Aluminized Heat Deflecting Tape Wrapped Intake Manifold
~DEI Cool Tube H.E. Hoses
~DEI Titanium Header Heat Wrap (Header & Down Pipe)
~DEI Aluminized Heat Deflecting Intake Wrap
~DEI Wrapped Radiator Reservoir & Hoses
~DEI Titanium Heat Sleeves on Return Fuel Line, Coolant Resovoir Overflow, Heater Hoses
~1) 1750 Cfnm 7" H.O. Fan Mounted to Harrop Tvs 1320
~2) 1750 Cfnm 7" H.O. Fans Mounted to Backside Of Stealth HE
~2) 2100 10" HO Cfnm Radiator Fans
~Lucas Super Coolant Added To Radiator & Intercoolers (2 Bottles Ea)


-Engine Internals
~ZZPerformance Ported Head
~COMP Cams (ZZP SC Stage 2 Camshafts)
~ZZP 82# Valve Springs
~ZZP Titanium Valve Spring Retainers
~ZZP Ecotec Viton Upgraded Valve Seals
~ZZP Ecotec Valve Locks
~Supertech Extreme Flow Stainless Steel Performance Valves
~OTTP Balance Shaft Delete Kit
~ARP Head Studs
~ARP Timing Bolts
~Cometic Multi Layer Steel Head Gasket 1/17
~Hastings Piston Rings 1/17
~GM Rod Bearings 1/17
~GM Main Bearings1/17
~New GM Rod & Crank Case Bolts 1/17
~Revised GM Lash Adjusters 3/17
~ZZP Adjustable Tension Arm
~ZZP PCM 1.0
~ZZP PCM Update (4x)
~ZZP ECOTEC Turbo Oil Pan +.5 Quarts
~K&N High Flow Oil Filter
~ZZP Magnetic Oil Drain Plug
~Royal Purple Fully Synthetic 5W-20 Motor Oil

-Nitrous Oxide-Zex (Comp Cams) 10lbs Nitrous Bottle

-Zex (Comp Cams) 12v Bottle Warmer

-Zex (Comp Cams) Safety Blow Down Kit

-Zex (Comp Cams) WOT Saftey Switch

-Zex (Comp Cams) 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200 & 250HP Shot Jets Included

-NX Nitrous Express Programmable Window Switch (RPM & WOT)

-NX Nitrous Express Wet Shot Fogger

-NX Nitrous Express Bottle Pressure Gauge

-NX Nitrous Express Steel Braided Hoses

-NX Nitrous Express Wiring

-NX Nitrous Express Fuel Solenoid

-NX Nitrous Express N2o Solenoid

-NOS N2o Power Shot Purge Blow Off

-3 panel switch (bottle heater, N2o purge, System activate)

& Push button engage


-Drivetrain

~ATI Super Damper OD Crank Pulley
~Clutch Masters Stage 6.5 (725 Series Twin Disk) Clutch Kit w/ Aluminum Flywheel
~GMPP Upgraded Throw Out Bearing
~Clutch Masters Twin Disk Throw Out Bearing Engagement Spacer
~ZZP Throw Out Bearing Spacer Plate
~OTTP Stainless Short Throw Shifter
~OTTP Stainless Shifter Cable Clamp (Pass Side)
~OTTP Stainless Shift Cable Clamp (Drivers Side)
~ZZP Revised Shifter Bracket
~OTTP Stainless Base Bushings
~ARP Flywheel Bolts
~F35 Transmission w/ Fresh Rebuild 5/17
~Axle Seals 3/17
~MT-90 Transaxle Fluid


-Brakes, Rims & Tires
~ZZP Front Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors
~ZZP Rear Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors
~Bosch ThermoQuiet Ceramic Front Brake Pads
~Bosch ThermoQuiet Ceramic Rear Brake Pads
~BF Goodrich g-Force R1 Competition Drag Tires 245/40R18 (Front)
~Goodyear Eagle Sport All Season 215/45R18 (Rear)


-Suspension
~Eibach Sport Line Lowering Springs -2.0"F -2.5"R
~ZZP Front Strut Tower Bar
~ZZP Front Anti Roll Sway Bar
~ZZP Rear Anti Roll Sway Bar
~OTTP F35 Upper Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~OTTP Front Rotated Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~OTTP Rear Rotated Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~ZZP Rear Trans Mount Spacer
~ZZP Billet Aluminum Upper Motor Mount
~Street Savage Sub Frame Connectors
~OTTP Stainless Steering Rack Spacers (1&1/2"-2") Drop
~MOOG FE5 Control Arms (D&P Sides)
~ZZP Solid Control Arm Bushings
~MOOG Outer Tie Rod Ends

-Aero Mods
~AIT Racing Zen Body Kit
~Duraflex Fiberglass Front Splitter
~Duraflex Stainless Splitter Supports
~RK Sport G5 Rear Diffuser

.

-Interior
ZZP 3 Pod A Pillar Gauge Holder
AEM -35/+30PSI Boost Gauge
AEROFORCE SS Interceptor Scan Gauge
AEM UEGO WideBand AFR Gauge
Bully 4 Panel Push Button Switches
Pioneer 7" Touch Screen Head Unit
2 Tone Red and Black SS Embroidered Bucket Seats
Red LED Peddle Lights
10" Kicker Comp-VR Subwoofer
Sub Enclosure Custom Mounted Into Trunk Liner
Alpine 500 Watt Mono Block Amplifier
Soche 500k Farrad Digital Capacitor


-Exterior
Aluminum Billet Grilles Both Upper and Lower
Black WCC Mesh Behind Grilles
20% Tinted Glass
Depo Black Housing Triple Beam Projection Headlights
20% Tinted (Tail Lights, Side Markers, Reverse & Turn Signals)
MPx Shorty Antenna 5"
White SS & Bowtie Emblems
Sylvania ZxE Headlights and Fog lights
Sylvania Silver Star Bulbs (3rd Brake, Side Markers, Reverse, License Plate)
Phillips LED Bulbs (Red Turn Signals, Red Brake Lights)
Rubberized Sound Dampening Undercoating Full Under Body, Frame, Engine Bay & Front End
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bought my 2006 cobalt ss/sc in feb. 2015 & placed my first mod order sept. 26th 2015 with a plan in mind, to build an american boosted 4 cylinder car to compete in auto cross & time attack events.

Japanese cars are the norm & by far most popular time attack 4 cylinder cars for many reasons but we intend to take our minority american 4 banger to the track & not only compete but win these events 🤔😉
👍🏼

today ill be hopefully starting he car for the first time since december 2016 prior to a lot more work & changes to the car since last season. Below is a list of mods (car was stock when i bought it) i did all the work myselfand i'll post some pics. Hopefully i'll have some results to post here soon, dyno, time slips, auto cross & time attack results.
I hope you like the car, if i can help you in anyway with your build or if you have questions, let me know!

2006 chevy ss supercharged modification list

-engine air
~harrop htv tvs 1320 lsj supercharger
~ottp 3.5" stainless cold air intake
~zzp 2.8" tvs modular pulley
~turbonetics 4" velocity stack w/ 8.25" bell
~spectre 9831 4" inline air filter housing 10.25" l x 6.25" w
~zzp ls4 throttle body
~zzp throttle body spacer plate

~zzp 1/2" aluminum supercharger spacer plate
~street savage polished manifold inlet, ported & polished outlets on intake manifold
~zzp long tube header 1.75" primaries, 3" exit flange
~zzp 3" down pipe (w/o cat)
~zzp 3" stainless exhaust
~zzp stainless resonator
~stainless zzp muffler
~zzp oil cap valve cover breather
~spectre pcv delete breather filter
~vibrant performance reinforced silicone intake couplers
~vibrant performance t-band intake clamps
~summit racing billet hose fittings, drilled & tapped into intake manifold (1 for aem boost gauge, 1 for boost referenced fpr)


-engine fuel
~fuel lab 515 boost referenced fuel pressure regulator & fuel lab fuel pressure gauge
~aem e85 320 iph high flow fuel pump in canister
~siemens/mototron deka iv 80# fuel injectors
~zzp ev1 injector adapter
~ottp fuel pump rewire kit
~ottp fuel rail fitting
~ottp billet injector insulators
~russel -6an steel braided fuel lines
~russel billet aluminum fuel fittings
~ac delco return style fuel filter
~sunoco e85-r race fuel

-engine ignition
~zzp 47kv ignition coil packs
~ngk v-power spark plugs (-2 steps colder)
~zzp alternator voltage booster
~interstate batteries mega-tron


-engine cooling
~street savage 4 core x 1 pass (2 inlets right side, 3 outlets left side) intake manifold intercooler
~street savage stainless intercooler manifold (2 end ports, 4 ports in between)
~street savage 2 gallon inline ice box & coolant reservoir
~zzp stage 3 front mount dual pss heat exchanger
~zzp stealth aluminum heat exchanger
~zzp dual pass intercooler plate
~zzp heat exchanger overflow
~bosch inline coolant pump 480 gph
~800 gph ice box coolant pump
~zzp oversized aluminum radiator
~zzp silicone upper & lower radiator hoses
~zzp lsj phenolic intake spacer
~zzp lsj upgraded laminova o-rings
~dei aluminized heat deflecting tape wrapped intake manifold
~dei cool tube h.e. Hoses
~dei titanium header heat wrap (header & down pipe)
~dei aluminized heat deflecting intake wrap
~dei wrapped radiator reservoir & hoses
~dei titanium heat sleeves on return fuel line, coolant resovoir overflow, heater hoses
~1) 1750 cfnm 7" h.o. Fan mounted to harrop tvs 1320
~2) 1750 cfnm 7" h.o. Fans mounted to backside of stealth he
~2) 2100 10" ho cfnm radiator fans
~lucas super coolant added to radiator & intercoolers (2 bottles ea)


-engine internals
~zzperformance ported head
~comp cams (zzp sc stage 2 camshafts)
~zzp 82# valve springs
~zzp titanium valve spring retainers
~zzp ecotec viton upgraded valve seals
~zzp ecotec valve locks
~supertech extreme flow stainless steel performance valves
~ottp balance shaft delete kit
~arp head studs
~arp timing bolts
~cometic multi layer steel head gasket 1/17
~hastings piston rings 1/17
~gm rod bearings 1/17
~gm main bearings1/17
~new gm rod & crank case bolts 1/17
~revised gm lash adjusters 3/17
~zzp adjustable tension arm
~zzp pcm 1.0
~zzp pcm update (4x)
~zzp ecotec turbo oil pan +.5 quarts
~k&n high flow oil filter
~zzp magnetic oil drain plug
~royal purple fully synthetic 5w-20 motor oil

-nitrous oxide-zex (comp cams) 10lbs nitrous bottle

-zex (comp cams) 12v bottle warmer

-zex (comp cams) safety blow down kit

-zex (comp cams) wot saftey switch

-zex (comp cams) 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200 & 250hp shot jets included

-nx nitrous express programmable window switch (rpm & wot)

-nx nitrous express wet shot fogger

-nx nitrous express bottle pressure gauge

-nx nitrous express steel braided hoses

-nx nitrous express wiring

-nx nitrous express fuel solenoid

-nx nitrous express n2o solenoid

-nos n2o power shot purge blow off

-3 panel switch (bottle heater, n2o purge, system activate)

& push button engage


-drivetrain

~ati super damper od crank pulley
~clutch masters stage 6.5 (725 series twin disk) clutch kit w/ aluminum flywheel
~gmpp upgraded throw out bearing
~clutch masters twin disk throw out bearing engagement spacer
~zzp throw out bearing spacer plate
~ottp stainless short throw shifter
~ottp stainless shifter cable clamp (pass side)
~ottp stainless shift cable clamp (drivers side)
~zzp revised shifter bracket
~ottp stainless base bushings
~arp flywheel bolts
~f35 transmission w/ fresh rebuild 5/17
~axle seals 3/17
~mt-90 transaxle fluid


-brakes, rims & tires
~zzp front cross drilled & slotted rotors
~zzp rear cross drilled & slotted rotors
~bosch thermoquiet ceramic front brake pads
~bosch thermoquiet ceramic rear brake pads
~bf goodrich g-force r1 competition drag tires 245/40r18 (front)
~goodyear eagle sport all season 215/45r18 (rear)


-suspension
~eibach sport line lowering springs -2.0"f -2.5"r
~zzp front strut tower bar
~zzp front anti roll sway bar
~zzp rear anti roll sway bar
~ottp f35 upper transmission mount (alum & poly)
~ottp front rotated transmission mount (alum & poly)
~ottp rear rotated transmission mount (alum & poly)
~zzp rear trans mount spacer
~zzp billet aluminum upper motor mount
~street savage sub frame connectors
~ottp stainless steering rack spacers (1&1/2"-2") drop
~moog fe5 control arms (d&p sides)
~zzp solid control arm bushings
~moog outer tie rod ends

-aero mods
~ait racing zen body kit
~duraflex fiberglass front splitter
~duraflex stainless splitter supports
~rk sport g5 rear diffuser

.

-interior
zzp 3 pod a pillar gauge holder
aem -35/+30psi boost gauge
aeroforce ss interceptor scan gauge
aem uego wideband afr gauge
bully 4 panel push button switches
pioneer 7" touch screen head unit
2 tone red and black ss embroidered bucket seats
red led peddle lights
10" kicker comp-vr subwoofer
sub enclosure custom mounted into trunk liner
alpine 500 watt mono block amplifier
soche 500k farrad digital capacitor


-exterior
aluminum billet grilles both upper and lower
black wcc mesh behind grilles
20% tinted glass
depo black housing triple beam projection headlights
20% tinted (tail lights, side markers, reverse & turn signals)
mpx shorty antenna 5"
white ss & bowtie emblems
sylvania zxe headlights and fog lights
sylvania silver star bulbs (3rd brake, side markers, reverse, license plate)
phillips led bulbs (red turn signals, red brake lights)
rubberized sound dampening undercoating full under body, frame, engine bay & front end
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2006 Chevy SS SUPERCHARGED Modification List

-Engine Air
~HARROP HTV TVS 1320 LSJ Supercharger
~OTTP 3.5" Stainless Cold Air Intake
~ZZP 2.8" TVS Modular Pulley
~Turbonetics 4" Velocity Stack w/ 8.25" Bell lol
~Spectre 9831 4" Inline Air Filter Housing 10.25" L x 6.25" W
~ZZP LS4 Throttle Body
~ZZP Throttle Body Spacer Plate don't need

~ZZP 1/2" Aluminum Supercharger Spacer Plate don't need even for juice
~Street Savage Polished Manifold Inlet, Ported & Polished Outlets On Intake Manifoldleave manifold alone before you ruin it
~ZZP Long Tube Header 1.75" Primaries, 3" Exit Flange
~ZZP 3" Down Pipe (W/O Cat)
~ZZP 3" Stainless Exhaust
~ZZP Stainless Resonator
~Stainless ZZP Muffler
~ZZP Oil Cap Valve Cover Breather not needed the stock pcv system will not work
~Spectre PCV Delete Breather Filter same as above
~Vibrant Performance Reinforced Silicone Intake Couplers
~Vibrant Performance T-Band Intake Clamps
~Summit Racing Billet Hose Fittings, Drilled & Tapped Into Intake Manifold (1 for AEM Boost gauge, 1 for Boost Referenced FPR) stock line is in best location


-Engine Fuel
~Fuel Lab 515 Boost Referenced Fuel Pressure Regulator & Fuel Lab Fuel Pressure Gauge
~AEM E85 320 IPH High Flow Fuel Pump In Canister
~Siemens/Mototron Deka IV 80# Fuel Injectors not big enough 1200cc
~ZZP Ev1 Injector Adapter
~OTTP Fuel Pump Rewire kit not worth it
~OTTP Fuel Rail Fitting
~OTTP Billet Injector Insulators
~Russel -6AN Steel Braided Fuel Lines fragola is a better choice
~Russel Billet Aluminum Fuel Fittings
~AC Delco Return Style Fuel Filter
~Sunoco E85-R Race Fuel

-Engine Ignition
~ZZP 47KV Ignition Coil Packs wont need
~NGK V-Power Spark Plugs (-2 Steps Colder) no need for iridium stay copper
~ZZP Alternator Voltage Booster probably a waste of money
~Interstate Batteries MEGA-TRON


-Engine Cooling
~Street Savage 4 Core x 1 Pass (2 inlets right side, 3 outlets left side) Intake Manifold Intercooler
~Street Savage Stainless Intercooler manifold (2 end ports, 4 ports in between)
~Street Savage 2 Gallon Inline Ice Box & Coolant Reservoir
~ZZP Stage 3 Front Mount Dual Pss Heat Exchanger don't need
~ZZP Stealth Aluminum Heat Exchanger get a griffen
~ZZP Dual Pass Intercooler Plate get a widdowson manifold
~ZZP Heat Exchanger Overflow option b is a good choice
~Bosch Inline Coolant Pump 480 GPH stock pump has shown to be best
~800 GPH Ice Box Coolant Pump
~ZZP Oversized Aluminum Radiator stock is more then sufficient
~ZZP Silicone Upper & Lower Radiator Hoses stock is more then sufficient
~ZZP LSJ Phenolic Intake Spacer works for some
~ZZP LSJ Upgraded Laminova O-Rings
~DEI Aluminized Heat Deflecting Tape Wrapped Intake Manifold haven't seen it work
~DEI Cool Tube H.E. Hoses
~DEI Titanium Header Heat Wrap (Header & Down Pipe)
~DEI Aluminized Heat Deflecting Intake Wrap
~DEI Wrapped Radiator Reservoir & Hoses
~DEI Titanium Heat Sleeves on Return Fuel Line, Coolant Resovoir Overflow, Heater Hoses
~1) 1750 Cfnm 7" H.O. Fan Mounted to Harrop Tvs 1320 this is *******
~2) 1750 Cfnm 7" H.O. Fans Mounted to Backside Of Stealth HE again another stock piece that will work better
~2) 2100 10" HO Cfnm Radiator Fans stock fans
~Lucas Super Coolant Added To Radiator & Intercoolers (2 Bottles Ea) 2 bottles is over kill use recommended by water wetter


-Engine Internals
~ZZPerformance Ported Head better options out there for better prices
~COMP Cams (ZZP SC Stage 2 Camshafts)
~ZZP 82# Valve Springs super tech 75 is a better spring
~ZZP Titanium Valve Spring Retainers super tech
~ZZP Ecotec Viton Upgraded Valve Seals
~ZZP Ecotec Valve Locks super tech
~Supertech Extreme Flow Stainless Steel Performance Valves
~OTTP Balance Shaft Delete Kit level zero motorsports is a better choice
~ARP Head Studs
~ARP Timing Bolts good choice but don't use ottp version they use substandard materials get from ced
~Cometic Multi Layer Steel Head Gasket 1/17 use stock head gasket
~Hastings Piston Rings 1/17 total seal rings
~GM Rod Bearings 1/17 or h series clevite
~GM Main Bearings1/17
~New GM Rod & Crank Case Bolts 1/17 bed plate bolts can be reused
~Revised GM Lash Adjusters 3/17
~ZZP Adjustable Tension Arm
~ZZP PCM 1.0 lol beter choices out there
~ZZP PCM Update (4x)read above
~ZZP ECOTEC Turbo Oil Pan +.5 Quarts its a stock pan with a fitting welded on it its a waste
~K&N High Flow Oil Filter gm filter a better choice unless its a reusable filter
~ZZP Magnetic Oil Drain Plug
~Royal Purple Fully Synthetic 5W-20 Motor Oil junk use penn grade1

-Nitrous Oxide-Zex (Comp Cams) 10lbs Nitrous Bottle

-Zex (Comp Cams) 12v Bottle Warmer

-Zex (Comp Cams) Safety Blow Down Kit

-Zex (Comp Cams) WOT Saftey Switch

-Zex (Comp Cams) 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 200 & 250HP Shot Jets Included

-NX Nitrous Express Programmable Window Switch (RPM & WOT)

-NX Nitrous Express Wet Shot Fogger

-NX Nitrous Express Bottle Pressure Gauge

-NX Nitrous Express Steel Braided Hoses

-NX Nitrous Express Wiring

-NX Nitrous Express Fuel Solenoid

-NX Nitrous Express N2o Solenoid

-NOS N2o Power Shot Purge Blow Off

-3 panel switch (bottle heater, N2o purge, System activate)

& Push button engage


-Drivetrain

~ATI Super Damper OD Crank Pulley
~Clutch Masters Stage 6.5 (725 Series Twin Disk) Clutch Kit w/ Aluminum Flywheel wont make enough hp/tq to need
~GMPP Upgraded Throw Out Bearing
~Clutch Masters Twin Disk Throw Out Bearing Engagement Spacer
~ZZP Throw Out Bearing Spacer Plate
~OTTP Stainless Short Throw Shifter
~OTTP Stainless Shifter Cable Clamp (Pass Side)
~OTTP Stainless Shift Cable Clamp (Drivers Side)
~ZZP Revised Shifter Bracket
~OTTP Stainless Base Bushings
~ARP Flywheel Bolts
~F35 Transmission w/ Fresh Rebuild 5/17
~Axle Seals 3/17
~MT-90 Transaxle Fluid


-Brakes, Rims & Tires
~ZZP Front Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors
~ZZP Rear Cross Drilled & Slotted Rotors
~Bosch ThermoQuiet Ceramic Front Brake Pads
~Bosch ThermoQuiet Ceramic Rear Brake Pads
~BF Goodrich g-Force R1 Competition Drag Tires 245/40R18 (Front)
~Goodyear Eagle Sport All Season 215/45R18 (Rear)


-Suspension
~Eibach Sport Line Lowering Springs -2.0"F -2.5"R use pro kit no axle bind
~ZZP Front Strut Tower Bar no need
~ZZP Front Anti Roll Sway Bar
~ZZP Rear Anti Roll Sway Bar
~OTTP F35 Upper Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~OTTP Front Rotated Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~OTTP Rear Rotated Transmission Mount (Alum & Poly)
~ZZP Rear Trans Mount Spacer don't need your using the mount
~ZZP Billet Aluminum Upper Motor Mount
~Street Savage Sub Frame Connectors
~OTTP Stainless Steering Rack Spacers (1&1/2"-2") Drop
~MOOG FE5 Control Arms (D&P Sides)
~ZZP Solid Control Arm Bushings
~MOOG Outer Tie Rod Ends

-Aero Mods
~AIT Racing Zen Body Kit
~Duraflex Fiberglass Front Splitter
~Duraflex Stainless Splitter Supports
~RK Sport G5 Rear Diffuser

the rest is useless

.

-Interior
ZZP 3 Pod A Pillar Gauge Holder
AEM -35/+30PSI Boost Gauge
AEROFORCE SS Interceptor Scan Gauge
AEM UEGO WideBand AFR Gauge
Bully 4 Panel Push Button Switches
Pioneer 7" Touch Screen Head Unit
2 Tone Red and Black SS Embroidered Bucket Seats
Red LED Peddle Lights
10" Kicker Comp-VR Subwoofer
Sub Enclosure Custom Mounted Into Trunk Liner
Alpine 500 Watt Mono Block Amplifier
Soche 500k Farrad Digital Capacitor


-Exterior
Aluminum Billet Grilles Both Upper and Lower
Black WCC Mesh Behind Grilles
20% Tinted Glass
Depo Black Housing Triple Beam Projection Headlights
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why be cheap and use stock rods and you do not need to reinvent the pcv system there are ways of making it better and a single disk clutch will hold more then what you need

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How do you like that LS4 TB for autocross? I have considered it but throttle control, trying to get traction out of a corner, is hard enough with the LSJ TB.
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How do you like that LS4 TB for autocross? I have considered it but throttle control, trying to get traction out of a corner, is hard enough with the LSJ TB.
i hate the ls4 but it makes power
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i hate the ls4 but it makes power
I would think it would be good for drag racing but autocross might be infuriating. I hardly even have a chance to go full throttle with my setup although I do have an open diff. so I have to really manage the torque coming out of a corner or it's just tire spin and smoke. I have never driven with an LS4 TB but have heard it is very sensitive/jerky.
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why be cheap and use stock rods and you do not need to reinvent the pcv system there are ways of making it better and a single disk clutch will hold more then what you need
"why be cheap and use stock rods"
Seriously lmao. You just thouroghly evaluated my mod list, the most common jist of your notes was "waste of money" "too expensive", then call me cheap for using the factory short block woowww
every single part on that list except the header I purchased brand new.
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the header I purchased from Advise.

But I can assure you, using the factory short block isn't me being cheap ha

& I could go back through your remarks and explain who what where when why and how every decision was made & for what reasons. This project car is "purpose built" as some would say.

But to reply to the last couple things you had an issue with, the twin disk clutch I feel like is pretty self explanatory? $2k on a clutch set up that will never even be close to maxed out means that to me, it's worth spending the extra money to not have any down time due to failure etc.

And as far as the pistons go, I intend on remaining with the factory shortblock for as long as possible, being the current condition of it donesmt warrant that purchase atm & in previous builds I've done after installing the forged and coated internals somw power was robbed from both the cars & in one case a Piston cooked after 800 miles & 500 were break in lol same set up was in the car for 3k miles w stock pistomsnand they were still going strong when changed oit
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How do you like that LS4 TB for autocross? I have considered it but throttle control, trying to get traction out of a corner, is hard enough with the LSJ TB.
Love it! Would never go back.
Tracks are plenty sticky & I run road coarse tires. Of coarse you're always riding that fine line between wreck & win so accelerating with 26psi of instant boost out of corners has its sketchy moments but that is this cars single biggest advantage. Many of the turbo cars cant or don't spoil fast enough to hit full boost before having to hit the brakes for the next corner
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i hate the ls4 but it makes power
I haven't read anything good on these for the street. Can't the area rate be adjusted to make them a little more tolerable?
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the ls4 throttle body takes some getting used to, thats for sure. it took me some more tweaking with the tune than just setting the idle scalar to 4500, but once i got it sorted the car is very driveable on the street with a controlled foot. and id agree that it makes power, midrange was like a whole different car.
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I run a stage three puck clutch and stage three pressure plate. I smoked the stage two. It's a little jerky at idle but when on the gas it's as smooth as silk. You will love your stage two. Mine (see sig) is not as modified as yours but it is run flat out to run with the LS cars. Best money I spent was the $1000 dyno tuner. Yep he is that good and my junk don't blow up. Find the best guy in your state and let him make the changes and then tune it. Pay him. Huge improvement. The LS throttle body is a treat. We are typically ***** out like you will be on the coarse so you will love it. Out of a turn you will be boosting in an instant. 1/2 to full throttle has a ton of control right where you need it to keep it spinning or not. Again a good tuner will dial that in for you. Forget max HP because it does not work. Tell him you want max control. Technically my car is by far the biggest POS out of the guys I run with so I spent time with a suspension tuner and even had a custom rack built. Most run 1:1 steering. I run 1.2:1 and have a lot more control in a drift. Tire pressure is set constantly as conditions and temps change. Use 1/4-1/2 pound incrments and get it right. The rest or 80% is the driver. Drive that car to the edge until it spins, let those tires hyper spin untill your off the track and go in too hot all of the time. When the finals come you will have all those poor conditions under control with your "second nature". When going into a turn you should be looking at the exit and next straight. Trust your brain to get you thru and it will. Nothing sweeter than blowing the doors off of expensive cars with experienced drivers. Sounds like you have the car to do it. Good luck!
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Stumpalump, I'd rather have to power and not need it, rather than need it and not have it, is my take on the tune. Everyone is differnt though.
There are times, depending on the track & corner that while accelerating @ wot out of the corner, I find myself often slightly riding the brake pedal some while accelerating to keep the tires from spinning or the car from pushing forward.
Allows me to accelerate at max boost without fwd problems lol
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We run turns on and up hills so sometimes we have to bang down a gear and let the clutch slip to keep the revs up. The instant your ready for full power it's as fast as side stepping the clutch. The little Lsj is quick in a light car if your not afraid to beat it. I can launch out of a hole the V8's or turbo subi's just bog in. We almost all run stock rev limit because if your full throttle and boost and the tires break loose or get air born it revs 1000 past redline. Helps the motor and trans stay together.
I feel that if you build it to run right and no so much for full tilt you can beat it harder and worry free. Worry free is faster. Sure I'm giving up 6hp at 7500 rpm but how often are you there except for drag racing? Even drag racing if your setup to run and shift like a rice rocket you end up fast. Tune it so you can beat it on a track not for a drag race. Leave that for the majority on this site that just want a fast street car. Fast street car....What a joke. I'd rather have a beater that I can beat than a fast car that is going to kill me or put me in jail. Too bad so few on these car sites get it. I commend your efforts and will say to not follow anybody's advise including mine. Take notes and run what works for you.
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Ya you're gonna be outclassed.

You can't power a fwd around an autocross course. Especially something as torquey as a LSJ.

The reason Honda's do so well is they're light and keep up high corner speeds.
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"why be cheap and use stock rods"
Seriously lmao. You just thouroghly evaluated my mod list, the most common jist of your notes was "waste of money" "too expensive", then call me cheap for using the factory short block woowww
every single part on that list except the header I purchased brand new.
I pointed out where your spending money you that there is need for so that way you can spend the money were it would better benefit the package

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And as far as the pistons go, I intend on remaining with the factory shortblock for as long as possible, being the current condition of it donesmt warrant that purchase atm & in previous builds I've done after installing the forged and coated internals somw power was robbed from both the cars & in one case a Piston cooked after 800 miles & 500 were break in lol same set up was in the car for 3k miles w stock pistomsnand they were still going strong when changed oit
if you cooked a piston that quickly you or the keyboard operator made a mistake and yes you will lose some power with forged parts they are heavier but you wont lose omg power with them 5 to 10 hp is about it mounting a fan over the blower is not going to help and deleting the stock oil cooler and using an air to air out front will greatly put you miles ahead on keeping engine temps in check make sure you run -10 lines and run a 160 t-stat also as for valve springs the stiffer spring is not a good a good choice

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When I raced sailboats teams would spend hours wet sanding the hull and tuning their rigging. We would spend the time practicing turns and putting up the sails faster. Guess who smoked the fleet week after week?
Drag racing needs the best car and good driver. He needs the best driver and a good car. Wanna bet we never hear results back from him?
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When I raced sailboats teams would spend hours wet sanding the hull and tuning their rigging. We would spend the time practicing turns and putting up the sails faster. Guess who smoked the fleet week after week?
Drag racing needs the best car and good driver. He needs the best driver and a good car. Wanna bet we never hear results back from him?

I'll take that bet .
2 weeks ago I trailered the car 12 hours to get tuned and do some dyno pulls. Unfortunately though only got 1 pull in and had to shut it down. Had enough blow by that the car started burning some oil.
Got it home tore the motor down, found the cause, purchased some custom JE pistons .02 over, had the block honed .02 over for the new pistons, just got everythint buttoned back up last night, assuming after some break in miles everything's mechanically sound I'll get it back on the dyno next week some time.

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why be cheap and use stock rods and you do not need to reinvent the pcv system there are ways of making it better and a single disk clutch will hold more then what you need
Deleting the pcv return into the intake for a breather filter proved to be helpful in lowering my iat2 temps& with a good tune/tuner there aren't any ill effects

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