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Old 03-02-2003, 06:46 PM   #11
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you better thank Wilwren for that cover. he showed a pic of his and i copied it.
took me about 2 hours to do including paint time.
accel list injectors as 21/23 /24/26/30 lbs
stock is 21. i went to 24 because that is what they had in stock .
same injectors they sell for a stang 5.0 and the camaro 5.7. but just in a set of 6 instead of 8
12 ohm resistance( high impedence)
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msd dis-4, cold air intake, rebuilt trans with hardened steel inners, Big trans cooler, No resonator, high flow muffler, 160 t-stat, MSD coils, taylor 8mm wires, Bosch plat+4 plugs, fan switch to turm on at any time car is on, GTP Heat sheild between TB and crossover pipe, Trans temp and voltage gauge,(autometer) Taylor nomex plug boots, Water wetter, Synthetic trans and engine oil, K&N oil filter. Poly-cog cross cut belts, Aluminum alternator fan (lot lighter than stock). Lots of upgraded wire under hood. Cross-drilled powerstop front rotors with raybestose Severe duty pads, Titanium-metallic shoes it the rear, Shaved antenna and shaved trunklid.


I have some stuff done. Is this enough to handle the 2" If not what else would i need?
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That engine cover is cheap. Buy a new one. Then cut it out and mesh it. There'* a post here somewhere where I posted pics of a Series 2, mine, and a NA Series 1. I've done 3 covers now.
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THANK YOU AGAIN FOR THE COVER MOD IDEA WILL
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msd dis-4, cold air intake, rebuilt trans with hardened steel inners, Big trans cooler, No resonator, high flow muffler, 160 t-stat, MSD coils, taylor 8mm wires, Bosch plat+4 plugs, fan switch to turm on at any time car is on, GTP Heat sheild between TB and crossover pipe, Trans temp and voltage gauge,(autometer) Taylor nomex plug boots, Water wetter, Synthetic trans and engine oil, K&N oil filter. Poly-cog cross cut belts, Aluminum alternator fan (lot lighter than stock). Lots of upgraded wire under hood. Cross-drilled powerstop front rotors with raybestose Severe duty pads, Titanium-metallic shoes it the rear, Shaved antenna and shaved trunklid.


I have some stuff done. Is this enough to handle the 2" If not what else would i need?
Now you see the value of listing your mods in your sig

That engine cover is cheap. Buy a new one. Then cut it out and mesh it. There'* a post here somewhere where I posted pics of a Series 2, mine, and a NA Series 1. I've done 3 covers now.
Did you buy SC cover from dealer?? How much??
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I just modified my stock cover. You can get replacements at the dealer or from www.gmpartsdirect.com
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I just modified my stock cover. You can get replacements at the dealer or from www.gmpartsdirect.com
Thanks Will....you da man...
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