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Old 01-24-2013, 01:31 AM   #596
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:39 AM   #597
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Skip shift is a simple bolt on, but you just have to lift the car. To conserve fuel, GM put a feature (more like a hindrance) that when you're going under 20mph in first and go to shift it blocks 2 & 3 rd gear and takes you to fourth. It's a real pain in the ass, and one of the first things I did and for how cheap it is, the one of the best mods done. I like your list, but forget the Predator Handheld and just find a good tuner. You're going to need it, especially if you add Meth. A good tuner is a life saver, and an engine saver and can work miracles pulling out all the power of your engine in the safest way possible. Handhelds are very basic. I even had my Tahoe tuned and it's 440+ RWHP and flys and it has a 6" lift. That's the only thing I can see changing on your list.
Ok! Sweet! I was thinking about the superchips VIVID tuner anyways. and the Aeromotive A1000 Fuel pump. looks like ill be the only one with the MRR Wheels. I noticed those are the EXACT same as the Giovanna Kilis. but dished! God i cant wait!!!!
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Ok! Sweet! I was thinking about the superchips VIVID tuner anyways. and the Aeromotive A1000 Fuel pump. looks like ill be the only one with the MRR Wheels. I noticed those are the EXACT same as the Giovanna Kilis. but dished! God i cant wait!!!!
Don't go with the Aeromotive pump. It's a big pile of shit. Chose a different system like ADM's twin pump system, or even the ZL1 pump WITH the ADM electronics controller along side it.

This will save you many headaches, lol .

Kronix, I can't for you to get your car back homeslice. Good luck. It seems like the guys at CMS are taking care of you, as any good shop would and should.
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Ok! Sweet! I was thinking about the superchips VIVID tuner anyways. and the Aeromotive A1000 Fuel pump. looks like ill be the only one with the MRR Wheels. I noticed those are the EXACT same as the Giovanna Kilis. but dished! God i cant wait!!!!
Bro, just like what Tommy said below about the pump, forget that Aeromotive, too many negative things about them. Go with the ZL1 Fuel pump ($265) & the ADM Fuel Pressure Module (roughly $175) and you're good to beyond the ZL1 rated pump of 650 RWHP. That's the route I went with ID850cc Injectors and there's more than enough fuel throughout the powerband. One thing you don't skimp on is sending fuel to the engine or else you'll be fuel starved at certain RPMs. I checked the HPE 650 package, and it's basically the TVS2300 SC system and then they add bells & whistles. Have you priced it out? Because usually with stuff like that it's overpriced with all the mats, badging, headrest etc...Money that can be spent elsewhere to keep your firmly planted to the ground. So before you pull the trigger understand that it's probably a $20K upgrade if not more, and that has a lot to do with the Henny name, but it's a Maggie TVS SC which can be had for about $6K & change. Forget handheld tuners period, when you go with that power you're looking for and then add Meth, you need a tuner, a hand held will not get the most out of your car. You'll use it for clearing codes, trust me on this. I forget where you located since I can't see it from the reply screen, but I'm sure we can find you a great tuner to establish a good rep with. Kronix Kustomz does is no other way So when you're ready to pulled the trigger, let me know.

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It should be done tomorrow (Friday) well actually later today. I spoke with Ryne today as he was driving his new 1LE back from San Fran, and as I told you and a few others on here can attest to, he's a perfectionist and you want that in a tuner/engine builder. It seems my JRE Super tensioner would throw the belt when on the dyno, when it would snap back only on certain situations. There's 2 other cars on the forum with similar mods and also CMS customers, and they're using the stock tensioner, but know I dropped $300+ on the JRE one he was determined to make it work, since he had several discussions with Ted during the time it's been there. He shimmed the pulled out about 2mm and problem solved! Or else I would've just gone 8 rib all around, so that saved me about $800. I can't emphasize enough why it's so critical to have a great tuner. So he's calling me in the morning, and I'll probably make arrangements to pick up Saturday or Monday. Keep in mind, the car had the dealership install the Maggie, Extreme Auto Works in Central Cali, and third shop here in Hermosa Beach do the OD Cog & headers, so I wanted CMS to go over the car piece by piece and correct any mistakes and just get to know the car, because they're are the only shop that will ever touch it again because of their reputation working on LS motors, and I emphasized from Day 1 no rush job please. I guess because it's not my DD, and I wanted to go all out with it, that's helped my patience level, especially after I added up all my receipts and saw I could've bought a new ZR1, not ZL1, but new ZR1 Vette. But it's paid off, because I'm 100% confident in Ryne's work and we've built a great friendship in the last month. The dyno numbers he told he achieved just blew me away, as you can tell I had to change my sig, and I'll post them up when I receive them, plus it's a 100% safe & warranted through SLP which is just huge to me, and CMS has now become an authorized SLP install & repair facility because of my car. When you're at that power level, every little thing makes a huge difference, so it really does pay to have someone that cares as much for my car as I do. But the wait is over & the Beast will be unleashed very soon, and I'll be sure to take videos of quite a few different things.


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Don't go with the Aeromotive pump. It's a big pile of shit. Chose a different system like ADM's twin pump system, or even the ZL1 pump WITH the ADM electronics controller along side it.

This will save you many headaches, lol .

Kronix, I can't for you to get your car back homeslice. Good luck. It seems like the guys at CMS are taking care of you, as any good shop would and should.
Couldn't agree more Tommy with your comments on the fuel pump, it's one of the most over looked items on your car and as your HP increases sometimes you forget that you need to upgrade that & injectors, can you do it half-assed or do it right, I always choose the latter. Finding CMS, although I knew of his reputation, and driving the 85 miles to him has been the best choice I've made pertaining to the car, period. And that's why I emphasized with KickAssWelch the importance of a good tuner. Example, the Maggie is supposed to be torqued to a certain number and they found the dealership didn't do it correctly, it's little things like that, that impress me and make my confidence rise knowing I picked the right shop.



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you took my great idea but made it better !!!!!!!! these look great brotha, great job always thinking like a true HT member
I knew you'd dig the mats Leo, since you have something similar.The craftsmanship on these mats it simply top notch, Dean the owner is another perfectionist & very creative person, and he's actually looking into becoming a forum sponsor. So anybody who wants some kick ass, unique mats, Dean's your man! Aside from the skins for the seats, and I was playing on Katzakin's site last night, I believe I'm done, aside from a few Showstopper pieces I have waiting to be installed by me .


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Car keeps looking better and better .
Frid, thanks so much for the compliments! I tried to do it right the first time,as to not backtrack. That's why I emphasized with Pierre about doing his suspension at once, money permitting. Dropping suspension parts to add aftermarket parts, gives you access to other items you'll need or want to add in the future, so it just makes sense to do it.

It's always been my main goal in building a Camaro that stands out from the crowd, and I think that's been accomplished and I dedicated this car to my best friend of 35 years, Timmy Mitchell who passed away in his sleep on 7/26/12 at 45 years of age from High Blood Pressure & Coronary Artery Disease. Growing up I had my Chevy Z28, Iroc & Vette & he had a Screaming Eagle Trans Am, a sweet older Barracuda, and a Pontiac GTA. So we've always been car nuts & speed freaks, and I have a small urn with some of his remains that will always ride with me. I've learned that losing someone that close is extremely difficult, but he taught me to live everyday with a smile & that life is short so enjoy it. He'll always be my co-pilot

So on that note, I should have my car back and I intend to use my GoPro camera and do some nice videos, along with videos of the new cam & engine walk a bouts. The only thing I can see in the horizon is a local paint/customization shop has offered me a sponsorship as I'd like to get a custom paint job, so I have to bring the car over to them when I have it back, as well as contact the editor of 2 well know magazines about running a feature on the car, we'll see if they're serious. Thanks for all the support and motivation to keep making it the best, it's a tough crowd here and it's kept me on my toes, thanks again!!

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Bro, just like what Tommy said below about the pump, forget that Aeromotive, too many negative things about them. Go with the ZL1 Fuel pump ($265) & the ADM Fuel Pressure Module (roughly $175) and you're good to beyond the ZL1 rated pump of 650 RWHP. That's the route I went with ID850cc Injectors and there's more than enough fuel throughout the powerband. One thing you don't skimp on is sending fuel to the engine or else you'll be fuel starved at certain RPMs. I checked the HPE 650 package, and it's basically the TVS2300 SC system and then they add bells & whistles. Have you priced it out? Because usually with stuff like that it's overpriced with all the mats, badging, headrest etc...Money that can be spent elsewhere to keep your firmly planted to the ground. So before you pull the trigger understand that it's probably a $20K upgrade if not more, and that has a lot to do with the Henny name, but it's a Maggie TVS SC which can be had for about $6K & change. Forget handheld tuners period, when you go with that power you're looking for and then add Meth, you need a tuner, a hand held will not get the most out of your car. You'll use it for clearing codes, trust me on this. I forget where you located since I can't see it from the reply screen, but I'm sure we can find you a great tuner to establish a good rep with. Kronix Kustomz does is no other way So when you're ready to pulled the trigger, let me know.
You guys are all AWESOME!!! I shall be making those changes then! And im in Kennewick, Washington bro!
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Couldn't agree more Tommy with your comments on the fuel pump, it's one of the most over looked items on your car and as your HP increases sometimes you forget that you need to upgrade that & injectors, can you do it half-assed or do it right, I always choose the latter. Finding CMS, although I knew of his reputation, and driving the 85 miles to him has been the best choice I've made pertaining to the car, period. And that's why I emphasized with KickAssWelch the importance of a good tuner. Example, the Maggie is supposed to be torqued to a certain number and they found the dealership didn't do it correctly, it's little things like that, that impress me and make my confidence rise knowing I picked the right shop.
Absolutely man. People like to skimp on the most important part, and then freak out when their motor blows. It's a hard lesson to learn, but if someone goes forced induction, I always to tell them to go with reputable parts, reputable tuners, and expect to pay what's necessary to get the job done right the first time, or be prepared to pay much more later.

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You guys are all AWESOME!!! I shall be making those changes then! And im in Kennewick, Washington bro!
Anytime man . We're here to help in any way possible to save you potential headaches and tons of money down the road with your future automotive goals.
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It's always been my main goal in building a Camaro that stands out from the crowd, and I think that's been accomplished and I dedicated this car to my best friend of 35 years, Timmy Mitchell who passed away in his sleep on 7/26/12 at 45 years of age from High Blood Pressure & Coronary Artery Disease. Growing up I had my Chevy Z28, Iroc & Vette & he had a Screaming Eagle Trans Am, a sweet older Barracuda, and a Pontiac GTA. So we've always been car nuts & speed freaks, and I have a small urn with some of his remains that will always ride with me. I've learned that losing someone that close is extremely difficult, but he taught me to live everyday with a smile & that life is short so enjoy it. He'll always be my co-pilot

J, Thats just BADASS!!!! Props bro!
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You guys are all AWESOME!!! I shall be making those changes then! And im in Kennewick, Washington bro!
Just like Tommy said below & above, 99.99% of the people on here are always cool and willing to help, every forum has a knucklehead or two. But this forum has such a wealth of knowledge on it, use it like a training manual. We're more than happy to help in any way we can. I get at least 2-3 PMs a day asking about stuff I've done from people that have never even posted here before, and I'm always happy to help out cause I've done it and can give first hand experiences. What better way to find something out or get a good review on a product, go right to the source. That's why I love the site, Yelp because it's people reviews of everything under the sun.


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Absolutely man. People like to skimp on the most important part, and then freak out when their motor blows. It's a hard lesson to learn, but if someone goes forced induction, I always to tell them to go with reputable parts, reputable tuners, and expect to pay what's necessary to get the job done right the first time, or be prepared to pay much more later.

This is what I mean, you'll get first hand experiences and no BS...And I agree 100% with what Tommy said,, just like in Pierre's thread when he asked about suspension. I did everything under the sun & swapped it all out, so I can tell him what to expect, and why it's important to do as T said above..When you put a bunch of $$ in your car, there's certain things you don't want to go cheap on, suspension being one of them, especially when you're supercharged or have a turbo. You didn't skimp on that so why go for bargain basement parts.



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J, Thats just BADASS!!!! Props bro!
Losing my best friend in July was the hardest thing I ever went through in my life, it's different than say when you lose a grandparent or someone to a lengthy illness, but to get a phone call at 4:17am telling me that my bro is gone sent me on a major downward spiral, especially being out here in Cali & him back home in NJ. I'm sure if you review my thread you'd see I disappeared for a while, I didn't care about anything. I think only 3 or 4 people from here knew about it, Dizzy, Leo, Kurt and I believe Pierre. Dizz & Leo knew first because of the HT thing and we'd text each other about meets & other stuff and when I told them what happened they were both right there for me. Dizzy could relate more because he lost a good bro in the war, but they both offered their support. And I owe a lot to Kurt (ABL) because he's a man of strong faith, and believe me I certainly had no faith at that time, more like hate because why would something like that happen. But he's helped me a lot regain my faith and has made my life a little easier, there's not an hour that goes by that I don't think of my bro. His girl lost everything when he passed, even though they were only together for 3 years, they finally found true happiness and then that had to happen, so I had to be strong for her and his 2 kids, a son that's 19 & a daughter that's 21 from his first marriage. I was a wreck inside, but had to put on a suit of armor for them, and we've all kind of helped each other. When the hurricane rolled through NJ, his girlfriend really lost everything, because she lived in the bottom apartment next to my house, that's how they met BTW.....So her apartment had 4' of water in it, and my bottom floor is just garage & boat house, so since the hurricane I've been letting her stay in my house, I figure my bro would do the same for me and it's just empty for the time being, so I know my bro is looking down on me appreciating that. It'll be 6 months tomorrow and I guaranty that I'll wake up at 4:17am tomorrow morning, I have the past 5 months on the 26th. I don't know if it's my bro waking me up or what, but it's happened and I can't explain it. But like I said, he'll always ride with me and I know one day we'll be together again.

But enough of that....


When you're ready to get your car, you'll have a good wealth of knowledge and just keep on asking questions and you'll get your answers, and then you'll be able to put together a sick ride!

Speaking of sick rides, the first production C7 Stingray Vin#00001 sold on Saturday for $1.05 million to Rick Hendrick, the owner of Hendricks Racing. I'm surprised Jay Leno let him beat him out for it, but that's CRAZY $$$ just to have #00001

http://www.corvetteonline.com/news/v...r-1-05-million

I'll wait till September to get mine for quite a bit less!



For my bro.....RIP Brother.....We were always waterman, surf, fish, dive anything to do with the ocean, Kamali'i O Ke Kai (Children of the sea in Hawaiian, I've had it tatted on my arm for 25 years) so there was no question where he wanted to be as well. So we took out his boat and fished one last time at a spot we used fish as kids, and whenever I enter the water, he'll be there.
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What a devotional! Tim would be soooo proud of his Brother, just as I am. John, this will pay big dividends in the end. And you are so right--you and him will be together again.
Keep up ALL the good work, and trust in Him!
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What a devotional! Tim would be soooo proud of his Brother, just as I am. John, this will pay big dividends in the end. And you are so right--you and him will be together again.
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Thanks guys, yesterday was a day of mixed emotions with it being the 6 month anniversary, and I hate using that word because that should mean something good. We should be getting ready to celebrate his birthday next month instead of this. But with the help of good people like you guys, each day gets a bit better, but I will never feel whole again. He was meant to enjoy my car with me, and he so looked forward to seeing it and riding in it. It made him so proud to show it off to friends back home. I know he's watching from above, but I sure wish he was right behind the wheel, cause he was the only one that I'd let drive my cars & visa versa.

But again Kurt, thank you for all you've done for me the past 6 months & RC for always being a constant supporter of my build Without supporters, it doesn't make it as fun.

I should have the car back by Tuesday at the latest, so I'll be posting some videos & pics. Really looking forward to feeling all that power, since all I hear from the guys at CMS is what a beast it's become, and it's clicking on all cylinders now!
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I can hardly wait to see and hear that Beast....I am sure the guys at CMS know what they are talking about...but you, my friend are the one that will let us in on just how awesome that ride really is.....

So let's do it....I am waiting...not sure I can eat that much popcorn....

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I can hardly wait to see and hear that Beast....I am sure the guys at CMS know what they are talking about...but you, my friend are the one that will let us in on just how awesome that ride really is.....

So let's do it....I am waiting...not sure I can eat that much popcorn....

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Brother Kurt, I'll make sure you don't fill up too much on popcorn!!! The Beast will be unleashed...Let the countdown begin...

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Hey buddy i just got back from Dubai and was going through your thread , i can't imagine the feelings you're goinn through for the loss of your best buddy as i never lost someone this close but like he said always smile and enjoy your life and i'm sure he's watching you proudly from above ,be strong bro and god bless his soul.
can't wait to see your car tuesday don't forget to post some vids asap as i depleted all my popcorn stock and i got nothinn to munch on .
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