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Old 04-13-2005, 12:48 AM   #11
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S1'* don't have the manufacturing problem the S2 manifolds did. They're a good shape. I gave a set to the big Installers/PEM guys in MN, and he couldn't find anything to do to them.
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I think it would help out your other mods at least. I think they say look for a 5hp gain with stock. So, with yours it might add a good 10, or something like that. The more supporting little mods you do, the quicker its going to add up in total HP and TQ.
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You could have your heads P&P'ed and blower ported(to reduce outlet temps)?
And you can easily change to a higher stall torque converter with the engine out.
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You could have your heads P&P'ed and blower ported(to reduce outlet temps)?
And you can easily change to a higher stall torque converter with the engine out.
About how much does it cost to have the heads and */C P&P'd?


I was looking at tranny parts also....and may do them at a later date, with the exception of the TC.....I will definantly have to go with the High Stall TC.
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What about willwrens methanol/water injection stuff? That might be a cool add on to have, not sure how much HP u gain, but he said it keeps the engine very clean.
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I think that maybe more setup to act as a KR combatant. But I have thought about something like that....but before I get into that aspect of it all, I wanna have the main stuff done before I get into that type of stuff....If that makes any sense. I will be working with SSEi95 with him on his car, so his knowledge will help me immensly as well as mine will him.
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Well, there is always Naws. Headers, pushrods to compliment your add ons. I cant think of anything else besides upgrading your SC. Go M112!!
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Can the M112 go onto a S1? I haven't read much into that yet. I was figuring I should do the pushrods as a supporting mod to the Camshaft.
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Yea, I would, well actually I am so that answers that question for me, lol. I think a new timing chain would be helpful as well, but im not sure since your SC. As far as the M112 goes, its possible, but I dont know whats involved. Anything is possible with the right amount of money!
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What about an Intercooler? Maybe throw in a tranny, oil, and new radiator to really keep things cool under there?
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