Intake, throttle body, headers, exhaust, upgraded heat exchanger, upgraded coolant pump, 73 lbs injectors, flush mount snout, different pullies and tune. Waiting on new pulley now to help with massive belt slip over 4500 rpm. I think that's everything. Have you modded yours?
I've seen a few in Wisconsin. I saw a black one in Sussex once and at the movie theatre in Brookfield. I also know a super rich guy who has a black 08. He claims he likes his STS-V better than his Ferrari 348, he's all stock. I have a few mods myself the usual, just changed my pulley and upgraded to 60 pound injectors, still sorting out my tune. Upgraded heat exchanger and intercooler pump. I had a spectre intake on the day I picked it up, and I have Corsa mufflers.
the one in sussex,thats me,thats where i live.the one at theater probably me, took the kids to see fast six.probly gonna wait to go crazy with mods cuz i have gmpp for next 3 years.think im gonna have to do intercooler pump dont think its working.i have magnaflow mufflers and like the sound.anyone know about magnaflow x pipe 12468.i have it but have not put it on.just dont want it loud.anyone have this set up?
The hardest part of the jabsco is getting the thing fabbed up to the factory bracket. Otherwise it's not a big deal at all. 2 3/4" male pipe X 3/4" barb fittings and you can tie right into the the factory radiator hose.
thanks for info.ill have my mechanic[friend]figure it out.cant see movement in fill cap and took hose off on top and nothing but car has plenty off power i think.maybe its working but barely.gmpp should cover, for $50 ductble.or up grade for $180.only $130 difference.what to do?
Install in pretty straight forward. I fit jabsco pump to stock bracket by drilling new holes on stock bracket, 2 bolts that hold stock bracket in place, two wires to connect. Tuck wires back into harness, bleed system. I went from iat2s in 160° to 170°s to 30° above ambient air temp.
I believe another member recently took very nice pictures of there install step by step. Very help thread on the pump install. Good luck! Oo btw I'd recommend some sort of thin rubber spacer to help stop vibration noise. Im sure if you run into any snags there's alot of active members here if you need some direction.