: websites?



keithsm2
12-09-07, 01:32 PM
I cannot seem to find a site for B&B stuff that everyone talks about....( ie shifters and headers....ect..)

Obviously im a newb....

any other good sites for a new owner looking for mods...I would appreciate.

Keith

heavymetals
12-09-07, 01:59 PM
Billy Boat (B&B) http://www.bbexhaust.com/

UUC (shifter) http://www.uucmotorwerks.com/

Ultimate (pedals) http://www.ultimatepedals.com/

keithsm2
12-09-07, 02:03 PM
THis UUC shifter.....are we just talking the knob?? Cause thats all I see at UUC

keithsm2
12-09-07, 02:12 PM
Thank you....I think the BB system is what im looking for......how much should i look to pay to install it?? and WHO should i look to for an install?? cadillac or a local garage??

heavymetals
12-09-07, 02:17 PM
You must be new to the internet also.:thepan:

Go to the UUC website and click on product catalog then click on CTSV stuff.

As for your exhaust setup, there might be a few posters who can give you recommendations for people in your area.

Do the B&B complete system (headers and exhaust).

You won't be dissapointed.

keithsm2
12-09-07, 03:01 PM
With that B*B system....I dont remember seeing CAT's.....Are the originals used or are they left out completely?? (not sure thats legal in texas )

Jon
12-09-07, 03:31 PM
With that B*B system....I dont remember seeing CAT's.....Are the originals used or are they left out completely?? (not sure thats legal in texas )
If you get the catback system it uses the factory cats.

I bought mine from Southern Car Parts. The guy's name is Jim. They specialize in Corvette parts, but I gave them a call and amazingly, they were able to order it in for me and had the lowest price.

rand49er
12-09-07, 03:45 PM
... Do the B&B complete system (headers and exhaust).

You won't be dissapointed.Heavy's right. (He's ALWAYS right.) Just wish I wasn't so old so I could enjoy those kinds of db's. As it is (wife, kids, ancient birthday), mine'll have to do.

Jon, next time you're in Detroit, you gotta listen to mine. Say, are you coming to the NAIAS?

keithsm2
12-09-07, 03:52 PM
Yes...i think i will go with complete system....just need to figure out what to do about CAT's...

heavymetals
12-09-07, 04:16 PM
I am only "right" because of the "mouse in a maze analogy".

That is, if you try all the combinations (I almost did!), you end up at the correct destination.......:banghead: :histeric:

Welcome to MOD HELL.

heavymetals
12-09-07, 04:21 PM
Yes...i think i will go with complete system....just need to figure out what to do about CAT's...


The B&B "TOURING" system comes with cats.

Long tube headers, cats, resonator and muffler = B&B system.

Order the catless junction pipes and an X pipe for when you want to get obnoxious. :thumbsup:

(A bolt up swap out)

CTSV_Rob
12-09-07, 04:25 PM
Yes...i think i will go with complete system....just need to figure out what to do about CAT's...
Get the high flow cats from B&B. You will need to figure out what to do about the Check engine light (I got a tune and had those pesky trouble codes disabled).

You could also use O2 sensor eliminators and don't forget the Cag's eliminator. Seems a bit ridiculous, save the $100 it will cost for for the eliminators and get a tune.

You won't regret this combination.

Jon
12-09-07, 05:01 PM
Heavy's right. (He's ALWAYS right.) Just wish I wasn't so old so I could enjoy those kinds of db's. As it is (wife, kids, ancient birthday), mine'll have to do.

Jon, next time you're in Detroit, you gotta listen to mine. Say, are you coming to the NAIAS?
I'll be there 25, 26, and 27 :)

keithsm2
12-09-07, 05:32 PM
who does these "TUNES"??

heavymetals
12-09-07, 08:52 PM
who does these "TUNES"??


Link:

http://www.stealthv.com/

CTSV_Rob
12-09-07, 08:57 PM
:yup:

Thanks Heavy.