Originally Posted by rtcage
I plan to keep my new Camaro for a long time. As far as I am concerned it will stay in the family for a while. Its a weekend driver so it will see no more than 5,000 miles per year of action.
I'd like to do some mods and budget isn't an issue. I am more concerned with mods that are not going to impact the durability or reliability of the motor. I am reading up on pipes, headers, CAI, superchargers, cams, etc.
Can anyone tell me which mods will/wont impact the longevity of the motor? Also, which aftermarket brands are best know for quality and reliability?
You're in California like me so we don't have the freedom to do some of the things those who live in America do
We can't legally do long tube headers here for example.
I'm going to be starting a journal thread next week after I get my wheels on the car and I'll be outlining a series of mods that essentially leave the engine alone other than CAI and catback exhaust. The mods I'm doing will increase performance by making other parts of the car lighter and more efficient while maintaining the beauty, elegance and drivability.
The thread title will be "Blue Angel".