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Old 05-28-2009, 12:30 AM
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no I'm not what happened?
Rod with the RWD cobalt project. that dude has spent over $200k on his project and i think he's referring to how JBP fucked him over
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Old 05-28-2009, 12:34 AM
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I guess I'm a noob cause I just found his build thread never knew about it it's sick tho! how'd they **** him over?
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Old 05-28-2009, 12:40 AM
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Originally Posted by Cobaltsky05 View Post
I guess I'm a noob cause I just found his build thread never knew about it it's sick tho! how'd they **** him over?
he gave them his car to do some things to. actually quite a bit of things to do. instead they decided to take apart his engine and craft aftermarket parts to sell and they never completed what he wanted them to do. they just used his engine as an aftermarket guinea pig
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Old 05-28-2009, 12:43 AM
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no way!!!!!! that's screwed up!
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Old 05-28-2009, 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by RobHole View Post
FYI: To add to this parts list, any 2.2L WITHOUT AC will need to buy an AC Condenser to just SIT there and spin or if there is an a/c delete kit of some sorts you can buy for it to sit there... that would work as well.



just finished supercharging however I need to fix some of my setup since car isn't running properly (long story, I have 3 things I need to check)... You need to cut one of the ribs off the belt for it to fit since our pulleys only use 4 ribs and the s/c's have 5 ribs.
im just about 100% certain all cobalts have A/C standard... (maybe the '05's had it as an option?).

as for the belt, LSJs run 6 ribs, we run 5. You were just off by a rib. no biggie
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Old 05-28-2009, 01:48 AM
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post
im just about 100% certain all cobalts have A/C standard... (maybe the '05's had it as an option?).

as for the belt, LSJs run 6 ribs, we run 5. You were just off by a rib. no biggie
yeah that's what I thought too cause I started looking for an AC delete kit, I couldn't even find one for a cavi with the eco maybe they make one for the sunfire but it wouldn't work for us most likely cause we have the 2 sided serp belt
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Nice how to
how did it come out??
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Rob great info about the just got mine installed! thanks alot!!!! now just waiting on my injectors and harness which should be here this weekend maybe get tuned next weekend... given I don't have any other issues!
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Old 05-28-2009, 01:54 PM
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congrats on finishing the install
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here's my car domain account that has all my build info on it... Thanks again for the tech support!

added some more pics today with the intake installed and belt and map sensor also installed. Do you have a cardomain account?
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2366623
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here is mine http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2446703

haven't updated it lately.
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I will donate to your paypal account 1 U.S dollar if you finish the howto
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Originally Posted by HunterKiller89 View Post
im just about 100% certain all cobalts have A/C standard... (maybe the '05's had it as an option?).

as for the belt, LSJs run 6 ribs, we run 5. You were just off by a rib. no biggie
US models apparently all come with A/C for Cobalt & G5... Canada though the base models, it was an additional option... which, when my sister bought the car (I later took it off her hands) did not opt for a model with A/C for cheaper.

Heh oh well... my supercharger is installed & working... HOWEVER I have a vacuum leak I need to track down & fix. So it will be a bit while I troubleshoot to fix ...... Should hopefully not be much longer before I resolve all the issues.
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****, just went out and checked. 2007 has a 6-Pin TB connection...

...I'm not sure how that'll work...
You'll have to buy the connector that I bought lol.

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where did you get your map sensor connector from? you did end up using an SS map sensor right? I have been trying to track one down and the only one my local dealer can find is the only one available right now and they want 96.00 for it... :-S insane! so with that said this is the only thing I am waiting on now thanks again for your help.
Which map sensor connector do you want? The SCIP or the 2.5 bar map? I can help you out with it for less than that.

I have a fix for using the SCIP sensor in the intake manifold. I'm about to go out in the garage and work on it and then I'll post my pics.

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Originally Posted by Gene Culley View Post
You'll have to buy the connector that I bought lol.
Ouch.

Is it a converter or just a pigtail?
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Originally Posted by Gene Culley View Post
You'll have to buy the connector that I bought lol.



Which map sensor connector do you want? The SCIP or the 2.5 bar map? I can help you out with it for less than that.

I have a fix for using the SCIP sensor in the intake manifold. I'm about to go out in the garage and work on it and then I'll post my pics.
I won't know if I need a plug until I get my injectors monday or tuesday cause the guy was cool and is hooking up a harness too... its for the stage 1 injectors(42#) so I would assume it should plug into the map sensor which is the plug I was looking for cause I have a harness that works with the stock lsj injectors but it doesn't plug into the map sensor... I will let you know either way thanks!!!!
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Originally Posted by MP81 View Post
Ouch.

Is it a converter or just a pigtail?
It is a pigtail that will have to be re-wired.

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I won't know if I need a plug until I get my injectors monday or tuesday cause the guy was cool and is hooking up a harness too... its for the stage 1 injectors(42#) so I would assume it should plug into the map sensor which is the plug I was looking for cause I have a harness that works with the stock lsj injectors but it doesn't plug into the map sensor... I will let you know either way thanks!!!!
If you got the real Stage 2 injectors (42.5lbs) they have a different connector. I ordered the injector wiring harness from a 2005 Cavalier. It has the same connections and it also has the right injector connectors.

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\If you got the real Stage 2 injectors (42.5lbs) they have a different connector. I ordered the injector wiring harness from a 2005 Cavalier. It has the same connections and it also has the right injector connectors.
Yep - I bought one of those harnesses only to find out I just had Lucas 42s, so they have the standard Bosch EV1 plug rather than the Cobalt plug.

I have to rewire a stock 2.2 harness I bought.
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Originally Posted by Gene Culley View Post
It is a pigtail that will have to be re-wired.



If you got the real Stage 2 injectors (42.5lbs) they have a different connector. I ordered the injector wiring harness from a 2005 Cavalier. It has the same connections and it also has the right injector connectors.
I am getting the harness from the seller of the injectors already in the mail... so I need to wait and see what plug is on that harness. I believe it should be the right one thanks for the heads up tho...
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Originally Posted by Cobaltsky05 View Post
I am getting the harness from the seller of the injectors already in the mail... so I need to wait and see what plug is on that harness. I believe it should be the right one thanks for the heads up tho...
While it may be the correct connectors for the injectors purchased, it doesn't mean that the harness will fit your car. It is probably going to be for an LSJ, not an L61, LE5, LAP, etc.
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don't need a plug!

here's first start up!!
http://s524.photobucket.com/albums/c...t=PICT0510.flv
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Originally Posted by Cobaltsky05 View Post
don't need a plug!

here's first start up!!
http://s524.photobucket.com/albums/c...t=PICT0510.flv
looks stock :p good work...now how bout some vids of it running
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looks stock :p good work...now how bout some vids of it running
it is stock besides, CAI, lsj header, upgraded dp, 2 1/2" exhaust.

once it's tuned I will be posting LOTS of vids
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long time coming thanks for the help
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