<font size="3"><font face="Microsoft Sans Serif">I'm probably going to wait until 2010 to get mine in hopes of an ls7 or saleen with supercharger. If I don't hear any news about a supercharger that will be the first thing I'll get. For a while I was thinking of instead of supercharger, I was going to get one and get a different paint job. Maybe a take on the old baldwin-motion camaro, with wheels.
start with simple bolt ons, exhaust, intake and a few appearance to set me apart from the wannabees. then when a year pass or so, i should be out of college and once i lay a nice job, then comes the set of heads, S/C and cam... :lol: i want a 11.99 car
If by stock u mean TT and built shortblock, then i will be stock
if i have to convert the fuel system to return and run 2 255lph pumps
with a mrfpr like i did on my 01 ws6, then thats what i will have to do to fuel it., i understand msd will have a available a timing twister, which will function as a bosst retard/ignition box, that will work with 58x and 24x sensors.
my c5 is alredy on the chopping block
to fund for my "F5"
I will be ordering the top dog with some gm performance upgrade included, like exhaust. Aftermarket performance= turbo( this will be done if neccesary). Exterior mods, leave the paint alone and enjoy it, I don't like those aluminum wheels that comes with the ss versions, so a nice set of wheels 19 front+23 back will be added, 8000K hids top+bottom, grille top+bottom, 5% all around black window tint, painted calipers and rotors, head unit w/ nav system. alarm* That will do it for the first year. I WILL accomplish that part the same day I get the beast,hehehe no exceptions!!!:roxor: i will post pics as soon as possible
Aftermarket catback within the first month or two. Then LT headers and off-road h (hoping for factory true duals this time). And after the full exhaust, im installing a cam (LG's cam is the idea; until i see better to my liking) and getting the tune the same time; i hate to pay for a good shop to dyno twice in a year. So, its bolt-ons and cam only for now. I like to get the track times in and improve upon them; once I use to it and have consistant time through the M6, I'll see about the next step.
Aftermarket wheels for wider tires and personal touch; but the performance comes first. If traction is a issue, then that gets handle first.
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