Here is the deal. Major issue was wiring seems the last shop cut/spliced etc etc when they installed/removed the big stuff 3 in my car. Well that was removed so all there smurf ups had to be fixed. Even screwed with the BCM wiring, cut the ABS harness etc etc.
Update as of today.
We're back on it again. The wiring on the trans harness is taking a while. The radiator hoses are having to be made from aluminum due to placement. My fab guy will be here at 6 today to get that done so Dustin can finish those.
We're working on it, I'll give you progress when we get milestones accomplished on the list I gave you.
List. Very small crap
Finish trans harness
Install belt tensioner and belt on s/c
Small leak in brake line (will ask him tomorrow on this...)*
Wire Line Loc
Final engine wiring harness review
Install cold side intercooler piping
Route all vacuum lines
Install throttle cable
Reassemble interior and pray like hell all wiring is correct and not screwed up
Mount coil packs (will ask him tomorrow on this...)*
Finish making plug wires
Install O2 sensors
Install front meth lines and finish wiring meth
Pray like hell nothing else comes up
There is light at the end of the tunnel.
2009 CTSV "Houston Stock" CAI, 21" ADV.1's
2004 GTO 408ci,4L80E, F1R. SOLD
2007 Lexus ES330 SOLD
2007 Jeep SRT8 Heads,Cam, Intake etc SOLD
Lol after reading his list and then seeing your comment I instantly starting cracking up.
My Cogged TVS2300 408 build thread 758WHP/860WTQ <---Click for Dyno results thread
Cogged TVS2300 with Powerchamber
408 Stroker Built by AVAS
EDC custom Lunati camshaft
Tuned by Andrew at Complete Street Performance
SNL new fuel hat system
Kooks 1 7/8 Jet coated Headers w/3" catless mid pipes-DMH low pro e-cutouts
Spintech 2.5" SS exhaust
Originally Posted by EDC...
I hate "dyno" threads (and "flow number") threads because, last time I checked, I never lined up against a fking flow bench or Dynojet.
05 GTO M6 PBM 1000+HP Home built engine/setup by ME
ProCharger F1C on E85
Aluminum LS2 block dowel pinned and line bored 11.8:1 CR 403cid 6.6L
Lunati Pro crank/billet rods, Weisco turbo/nitrous pistons
Comp LSr lobe 235/251 .621/.624 115lsa
Ported AFR245 heads LS3 intake/Ferrera Boost exhaust valves
Ported and gutted Edlebrock Victor Super intake with elbow and Nick Williams 102 940rwhp/803rwtq@15psi www.mycarfling.com/Joe6pt0/GTO
Shaking/vibrating/rattling more is actually a bonus to me. I enjoy the Parkinsons effect at a stop light while the car belches out fumes of unburnt fuel from its monster lopey overlap. To me, thats muscle car.
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