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Old 03-02-2019, 03:56 AM   #11
Repeat LS3 Swapper
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2004 GTO Owner

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Location: Surprise, AZ.
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This supercharger coolant tank holds about 2 quarts. Small, but stock setup. Together, the tank and cap were 150 bucks or so... Vibrant silicone coolant hoses as well for 25 bucks per 5' and is great quality.

Another angle.

Another tip. GET LSA VALVE COVERS. OE valve cover / coil brackets did not work in my case, the wiring harness bunches up with the injectors, coil bracket and coil harness. Got these LSA covers complete, minus the oil filler neck, for 200 bucks. they were new take-offs allegedly, but they looked the part. You can see the valve covers here, much cleaner.

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04 Supercharged 6.2 GTO

Wealth of information creates poverty of the mind
LS3, LSA Blower, ZL1 lid, LS9 cam, Tick oil pump, Howards springs/pushrods, ARP goodies
Longtubes + Carven 3" exhaust, NW 92MM TB, Moroso catch can
Camaro SS Brembos F/R, 19" forged wheels, BMR skid plate, 05/06 rear bumper
Ron Davis radiator, Mishimoto Oil Cooler, ECU relocation, Tick adj. MC, SAP lower + CF Splitter
Gforce axles, Harrop diff cover, Megan coilovers
Custom Mavman CF cowl hood AND dash bezel

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