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audiomikej 02-06-2013 09:07 PM

Parts list to install a ZL1 LSA supercharger on an LS3/L99 Camaro
 
**********Under construction*************************
Idiotís guide to purchasing and installing a ZL1 LSA supercharger to your SS Camaro.
Chapter 1. Material list
Chapter 2. Installation tips and wiring guide
Chapter 3. Tuning and post installation experiences.
I have done a bunch of research and sourced some great vendors to buy from.
partstaxi.com
http://www.gmpartscenter.net
http://www.parts4chevys.com
gmpartsonline.net
GMpartsSHOP.com
http://www.paceperformance.com
lingenfelter.com
phastek.com
They are all great vendors but they do not give GM part numbers until after purchase. This prevents you from easily price shopping the various vendors. A great resource to find said part numbers
http://www.tonkinonlineparts.com
Here is a list of some of the parts needed
Supercharger with bypass 19257754 $1627.28
ZL1 Supercharger lid 12622236 $257.01
cooler insulator 12612467 $12.72
Fuel Rail 12605222 $236.10
LSA/LS9 Fuel Injectors 12598646 $396.16 new, found used for $225
EVAP solenoid 12639188 $22.48
intake manifold bolts (10) 11588718 $0.50
ZL1 Engine beauty cover 12639443 $56.04
Engine beauty cover studs (4) 11588406 $2.83
Crank Pulley (aka balancer) 12603916 $134.58 new, found used $50
Crank pulley bolt 11570046 $3.54
Crankshaft friction washer 12603843 $10.95 Lingenfelter (not sure if needed)
Front accessory drive kit 19243525 $889.95 paceperformance
AC compressor 22798907 $353.66 (list)
AC compressor mount 12622243 $65.18 (list)
AC Belt 12622244 $21.05 (list)
LSA/corvette LS3 Water Pump 19180610 (found on ebay $115)
Water pump gasket 12630223 $4.33
Supercharger intercooler radiator 22879421 $121.74
*LSA intercooler pump 20945282 $237.66
*Front Hose kit 22962566 $70.43
*I do not recommend OEM unit, it is a nice piece but it is expensive and a little tricky to wire/install. Aftermarket pumps are much cheaper.
ZL1 fuel pump ~$250 phastek.com
ZL1 Cold air intake $450
Custom tune
L99 add
Front timing cover kit L200010106 $140 Lingenfelter
Timing chain SD3SR602 ~$50
+more
Valley plate and gasket? 12599296, 12610141
I have a spreadsheet with more notes and part numbers will finish populating this post later.
All said and done budget $6000 for an LS3 and $8000 for a L99 ZL1 supercharger add. For a L99 I also recommend upgrading to a LS9 cam at the same time as you add the supercharger along with the required fuel pump upgrade and cold air intake.

audiomikej 02-06-2013 09:08 PM

**********Under construction*************************

Chapter 2. Installation tips and wiring guide

audiomikej 02-06-2013 09:08 PM

**********Under construction*************************
Chapter 3. Tuning and post installation experiences.

mbrusco103 02-07-2013 07:42 PM

:popcorn: :popcorn: :popcorn:

TAG UR IT 02-26-2013 11:24 PM

damn...i'm curious. subscribed!

nikos30 02-27-2013 11:12 PM

I will read every word. I love learning. thanks a lot man

mlee 02-27-2013 11:16 PM

Good Stuff...:popcorn:

Juice2SS 02-28-2013 04:46 PM

I put that same list together all new on GMPartsDirect for $4800.

audiomikej 02-28-2013 09:03 PM

Be careful with GMpartsdirect.com, they have no phone number and they rape you on S&H. I recommend the vendors listed above over GMPD.

knitetrain05 02-28-2013 10:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by audiomikej (Post 6130479)
**********Under construction*************************
Idiotís guide to purchasing and installing a ZL1 LSA supercharger to your SS Camaro.
Chapter 1. Material list
Chapter 2. Installation tips and wiring guide
Chapter 3. Tuning and post installation experiences.
I have done a bunch of research and sourced some great vendors to buy from.
partstaxi.com
http://www.gmpartscenter.net
http://www.parts4chevys.com
gmpartsonline.net
GMpartsSHOP.com
http://www.paceperformance.com
lingenfelter.com
phastek.com
They are all great vendors but they do not give GM part numbers until after purchase. This prevents you from easily price shopping the various vendors. A great resource to find said part numbers
http://www.tonkinonlineparts.com
Here is a list of some of the parts needed
Supercharger with bypass 19257754 $1627.28
ZL1 Supercharger lid 12622236 $257.01
cooler insulator 12612467 $12.72
Fuel Rail 12605222 $236.10
LSA/LS9 Fuel Injectors 12598646 $396.16 new, found used for $225
EVAP solenoid 12639188 $22.48
intake manifold bolts (10) 11588718 $0.50
ZL1 Engine beauty cover 12639443 $56.04
Engine beauty cover studs (4) 11588406 $2.83
Crank Pulley (aka balancer) 12603916 $134.58 new, found used $50
Crank pulley bolt 11570046 $3.54
Crankshaft friction washer 12603843 $10.95 Lingenfelter (not sure if needed)
Front accessory drive kit 19243525 $889.95 paceperformance
AC compressor 22798907 $353.66 (list)
AC compressor mount 12622243 $65.18 (list)
AC Belt 12622244 $21.05 (list)
LSA/corvette LS3 Water Pump 19180610 (found on ebay $115)
Water pump gasket 12630223 $4.33
Supercharger intercooler radiator 22879421 $121.74
*LSA intercooler pump 20945282 $237.66
*Front Hose kit 22962566 $70.43
*I do not recommend OEM unit, it is a nice piece but it is expensive and a little tricky to wire/install. Aftermarket pumps are much cheaper.
ZL1 fuel pump ~$250 phastek.com
ZL1 Cold air intake $450
Custom tune
L99 add
Front timing cover kit L200010106 $140 Lingenfelter
Timing chain SD3SR602 ~$50
+more
Valley plate and gasket? 12599296, 12610141
I have a spreadsheet with more notes and part numbers will finish populating this post later.
All said and done budget $6000 for an LS3 and $8000 for a L99 ZL1 supercharger add. For a L99 I also recommend upgrading to a LS9 cam at the same time as you add the supercharger along with the required fuel pump upgrade and cold air intake.

Thats silly. Just buy a ZL1 and save the monkey shine.

CWI 03-01-2013 01:09 AM

For the same $$ or a bit more couldn't a Maggie be self installed and easier? And add more power?

CHMSC 03-01-2013 01:19 AM

:popcorn:

Silver-SS 03-01-2013 05:47 AM

Subscribed

Juice2SS 03-06-2013 11:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by audiomikej (Post 6222723)
Be careful with GMpartsdirect.com, they have no phone number and they rape you on S&H. I recommend the vendors listed above over GMPD.

I talked to my local Chevy dealer and they said they'd match most of those prices. I might just have to do this.


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