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Will This Mods Work And Should I Do It With 123,450 Miles On The Car??

Old 05-15-2013, 03:30 PM
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Cool Will This Mods Work And Should I Do It With 123,450 Miles On The Car??

I am going to get this car 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged Coupe For Sale In Conshohocken PA - Plymouth Meeting Auto Sales and I am planning to get these mods please tell me if I need more or messed something up. ***Thank You for all the input and Toastie yea your right I don't know if i should do it with all the miles what are yalls opinion??*** By the way trying to make 320whp...


OTTPerformance Stage 4
1.GM STAGE 2 BELT
2.7200 RPM
3.Chevy Cobalt
4.2005
5.Leave Stock
6.No
7.Stock
8.I'll Send My PCM
9.NGK 1 Step Colder Plugs
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TOTAL= $2,590.00


ZZP 3 inch Cobalt CAI
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TOTAL= $200.00


ZZP Dual Pass Intercooler Option B Kit
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TOTAL= $250.00


ZZP Header + Cat2590back
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TOTAL= $580.00



ZZP 3 Inch Catback Exhaust
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TOTAL= $510.00


ZZP LSJ S3 Cobalt Heat Exchanger
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TOTAL= $200.00


Eibach Lowering Springs
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TOTAL= $210.00

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PERFORMANCE TOTAL= $4,540.00



DESIGN PARTS

3" Fender Stripes
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TOTAL= $21.00


CARBON FIBER SHORTY ANTENNA
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TOTAL= $6.00


Carbon Fiber Dash
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TOTAL= $26.00


MSR 045 Rims
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TOTAL $66.00

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DESIGN TOTAL= $119.00


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OVER ALL TOTAL= $4,659.00 + SHIPPING + TUNE
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Old 05-15-2013, 03:48 PM
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Looks good. Yes, you should do it. Regardless of the miles on the car, make sure the engine is healthy. (Compression/leak down tests.) and go from there.
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I ran pretty similar mods on my old 06 SS/SC until the day I sold it with 170xxx miles on it. It ran strong and smooth with absolutely no engine problems. The old saying proves true "Take car of your car, it'll take care of you". I didn't drive it 1/4 mile at a time.

Then there are those cars that just don't hold up with modifications...
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Old 05-16-2013, 03:44 AM
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Even on tvs, gonna be pretty hard to break 300whp on a canned tune with no meth/corn.

Probably end up in 280whp range.

But yes it'll work fine as long as you take care of it. Lsjs are pretty strong engines, though other things could go just based on miles. Clutch be a starter.

You'd also be wise to invest in some gauges. Wideband and interceptor would be smart.
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Originally Posted by Seebs View Post
Even on tvs, gonna be pretty hard to break 300whp on a canned tune with no meth/corn.

Probably end up in 280whp range.
your ******* high
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your ******* high
I second this..lol
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Originally Posted by mrbelvedere View Post
your ******* high
instead of being a fucktard every time you post, why don't you actually tell him why hes "high" or can you not back up your useless comments with information?
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or you could buy my 2006 SS/SC with 119k miles thats already stage 3!
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Cool

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or you could buy my 2006 SS/SC with 119k miles thats already stage 3!
how much??? im down if its under 7k

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7500, but its ZZP stage 3, injen CAI, magnaflow catback exhaust, hi-flow cat converter, k sport lowering springs and some other appearance mods. text me 919-521-7730 if you wanna talk
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Originally Posted by mrbelvedere View Post
your ******* high
Love to see where you're getting that. Majority of non meth/corn tvs dynos I've seen are sub 300 or barely breaking 300. I don't see a canned tune from ottp breaking 300, especially stock pulley.

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Originally Posted by Seebs View Post
Even on tvs, gonna be pretty hard to break 300whp on a canned tune with no meth/corn.

Probably end up in 280whp range.

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you dident mention pulley size

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instead of being a fucktard every time you post, why don't you actually tell him why hes "high" or can you not back up your useless comments with information?
when I want your advice ill ask for it now go to your favorite corner

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Love to see where you're getting that. Majority of non meth/corn tvs dynos I've seen are sub 300 or barely breaking 300. I don't see a canned tune from ottp breaking 300, especially stock pulley.
you do not need water meth /e85 to break 300 and can be very very easy done

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Originally Posted by mrbelvedere View Post
you dident mention pulley size
OTTP stage kit comes with stock TVS pulley.

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you do not need water meth /e85 to break 300 and can be very very easy done
I failed to mention this before, but I was talking mostly on the stock pulley/canned tune part. Yes, you can break 300 on a TVS with a smaller pulley and supporting mods. My original comment is referring to the OP, who I do not believe will come close to 300. (let alone even buy half the **** he posted)
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Originally Posted by Seebs View Post
OTTP stage kit comes with stock TVS pulley.



I failed to mention this before, but I was talking mostly on the stock pulley/canned tune part. Yes, you can break 300 on a TVS with a smaller pulley and supporting mods. My original comment is referring to the OP, who I do not believe will come close to 300. (let alone even buy half the **** he posted)
the tvs will come with whatever pulley you want
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very bnice mods list man run with it youll love a tvs from everything ive heard on here its great, just take care of her and due your maintenance
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im assuming you didnt want to buy mine?
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you don't have a tvs
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Originally Posted by mrbelvedere View Post
you don't have a tvs
Neither does the car he's buying but at least mine has stage 3 and other mods.
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